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MATHEMATICS AND NUMERACY GCSEs

Course Title :2 COURSES – GCSE Mathematics – Numeracy and GCSE Mathematics (Foundation, Intermediate or Higher)
Examination Board
Web address
:WJEC WBQ WJEC www.wjec.co.uk
Qualification :GCSE Mathematics
Grade Range :A* to C for HIGHER TIER. B to E for INTERMEDIATE TIER. D to G for FOUNDATION TIER.

Aims of the course

Many pupils will follow a course in GCSE English Literature. Pupils' interest in literature will be extended as they develop an understanding of the ways in which literature is rich and influential.

What will I study? – Course Outline

Pupils will study a range of set texts, including:

  • Two whole prose texts, e.g. ‘Of Mice and Men’, ‘Heroes’, ‘Lord of the Flies’
  • Two plays, including a Shakespeare play
  • Contemporary unseen poems and poetry from an anthology of Welsh poetry, ‘Poetry 1900-2000: One Hundred Poets from Wales’.

How will I learn? What skills will I acquire?

  • Understand that texts from the English, Welsh or Irish literary heritage have been influential and significant over time and explore their meaning today
  • Explore how texts from different cultures and traditions may reflect or influence values, assumptions and sense of identity
  • Connect ideas, themes and issues, drawing on a range of texts
  • Become critical readers of fiction and non-fiction prose, poetry and drama
  • Analyse the impact of style, language, structure and form
  • Experience different times, cultures, viewpoints and situations as found in literary texts
  • Foster an appreciation of Wales’ cultural heritage through the study of Welsh writing in English.

Aims of the course

Many pupils will follow a course in GCSE English Literature. Pupils' interest in literature will be extended as they develop an understanding of the ways in which literature is rich and influential.

What will I study? – Course Outline

Pupils will study a range of set texts, including:

  • Two whole prose texts, e.g. ‘Of Mice and Men’, ‘Heroes’, ‘Lord of the Flies’
  • Two plays, including a Shakespeare play
  • Contemporary unseen poems and poetry from an anthology of Welsh poetry, ‘Poetry 1900-2000: One Hundred Poets from Wales’.

How will I learn? What skills will I acquire?

  • Understand that texts from the English, Welsh or Irish literary heritage have been influential and significant over time and explore their meaning today
  • Explore how texts from different cultures and traditions may reflect or influence values, assumptions and sense of identity
  • Connect ideas, themes and issues, drawing on a range of texts
  • Become critical readers of fiction and non-fiction prose, poetry and drama
  • Analyse the impact of style, language, structure and form
  • Experience different times, cultures, viewpoints and situations as found in literary texts
  • Foster an appreciation of Wales’ cultural heritage through the study of Welsh writing in English.

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