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Click to edit Master title style NETWORK EVENT • Click to edit Master text Click to edit Master title style NETWORK EVENT • Click to edit Master text styles GCSE ENGLISH – Second level • Third level LANGUAGE AND – ENGLISH LITERATURE Fourth level » Fifth level Spring 2015

Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles Agenda Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles Agenda – Second level • Update and key changes • Third level – Fourth level • GCSE English Language » Fifth level • GCSE English Literature • GCSE and Edexcel Certificate • Support • Key contact information

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Changes to all GCSEs Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master Changes to all GCSEs Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master text styles • • Fully linear structure and updated subject criteria for content and assessment. – Second level • Third level • New 9 -1 grading scale with 9 being the top level. – Fourth level » Fifth level • Tiering only in certain subjects such as Maths and Science. • Policy of external assessment only unless nonexam assessment (coursework) is the only valid option

What does this mean for GCSE Click to English? edit Master title style • What does this mean for GCSE Click to English? edit Master title style • From 2015, only the reformed GCSE English Language and • GCSE English Literature will be available Click to edit Master text styles • The last assessment for the current GCSEs will be June 2016 – Second level with a resit available for English and English Language in • Third level November 2016 – Fourth level » Fifth level • Only the reformed GCSEs will be reported in the 2017 performance tables Specification 2015 2016 Current Summer series as normal Final GCSE examinations New First teaching 2017 First GCSE examinations

Changes to English reporting Click to edit Master title style 2016 Progress 8 headline Changes to English reporting Click to edit Master title style 2016 Progress 8 headline measures • Click to edit Master text styles • Double weighting for English as an enabling subject. This can be either GCSE English Language or GCSE English – Second level Literature. The double weighting only applies if the subjects • Third level are both taken. GCSE English also counts in the 2016 – Fourth level » Fifth level Progress 8 headline measures. • There is no requirement that English Literature is taken as well as English Language, but the new Progress 8 measures do encourage centres to take both GCSEs. • If the student does not take English Literature as well as English Language, then there is no double weighting of points for English achievement.

Changes to English reporting Click to edit Master title style 2017 Performance tables • Changes to English reporting Click to edit Master title style 2017 Performance tables • Click to edit Master text styles • In July 2014, the Df. E announced that the only English and maths qualifications that will count in the 2017 secondary – Second level school performance tables will be reformed GCSEs in those • Third level subjects. – Fourth level » Fifth level • Alongside these changes, the Department for Education confirmed that entries to the current GCSEs and Level 1/2 Certificates in English and maths from 2016 or earlier will not count in performance tables in 2017.

What does this mean for the Click to edit Master Edexcel Certificate? title style What does this mean for the Click to edit Master Edexcel Certificate? title style • This means that the Level 1/level 2 certificates in English and • maths will not be included in the 2017 performance tables Click to edit Master text styles (due to be published in January 2018). – Second level • We received confirmation from the Df. E on Friday 16 th January • Third level that there will be no Certificates redeveloped for inclusion in – Fourth level future performance tables. » Fifth level • We will let you know when the final assessment will be. Certificate 2015 2016 Current Certificate Winter and Summer series as normal New GCSE First teaching 2017 TBC First GCSE examinations

Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Changes to subject criteria Click to edit Master title style GCSE English Language • Changes to subject criteria Click to edit Master title style GCSE English Language • Click to edit Master text styles • Reading - 50% of the GCSE Second level ––Students are required to answer questions on unseen 19 th, 20 th • Third level and 21 st century texts – Fourth level – These texts must cover fiction, non-fiction and literary non» Fifth level fiction • Writing - 50% of the GCSE – SPa. G has an increased weighting of 20% • Minimum examination time of 3. 5 hours

Changes to subject criteria Click to edit Master title style Spoken Language endorsement • Changes to subject criteria Click to edit Master title style Spoken Language endorsement • Click to edit Master text styles • Speaking and Listening is renamed as Spoken Language and assessed as a separate endorsement – Second level The SL consultation, which closed at the end of September, • Third level – following: proposed the Fourth level » Fifth level • Students will be required to present to an audience on a topic of their choice and listen to, and answer, questions • Students’ presentations would be recorded and sent to the Awarding Body for moderation • Students will be awarded a pass, merit or distinction and this will be printed on the GCSE certificate in a separate line The outcome of the consultation will be published shortly.

GCSE English Language Click to edit Master 2 title style Paper – 2 hrs GCSE English Language Click to edit Master 2 title style Paper – 2 hrs (60%) Paper 1 – 1 hr 45 mins (40%) Section A: Unseen 19 th Century fiction Comparison of two unseen texts • Click to edit Master text styles • Extract will be approximately 650 words from the 20 th and 21 st century in length • One non-fiction; one literary non-fiction • Shorter response questions will focus • Extracts will be approximately 1000 – Second level on close analysis of the text; longer words in total • Third level response questions will ask students to • Shorter response questions will focus – Fourth level show their understanding of the whole on close reading of the texts; longer » Fifth level text response questions will ask students to compare the texts Section B: Creative Writing • Choice of 2 tasks linked to theme of the 19 th century fiction • One task will include images to help students address the task • Audience and purpose along with SPa. G will be assessed Section B: Transactional writing • Choice of 2 tasks linked to theme of the texts • Newspaper articles, letters etc • Audience and purpose along with SPa. G will be assessed

GCSE English Language Click to edit Master title style Assessment objectives for Reading • GCSE English Language Click to edit Master title style Assessment objectives for Reading • AO Click to edit Master text styles Assessment objective AO 1 – Second level % in GCSE Identify and interpret explicit and implicit • Third level information and ideas – Fourth level Select and synthesise evidence from different texts 7. 5 AO 2 Explain, comment on and analyse how writers use language and structure to achieve effects and influence readers, using relevant subject terminology to support their views 15 AO 3 Compare writers’ ideas and perspectives, as well as how these are conveyed, across two or more texts AO 4 Evaluate texts critically and support this with appropriate textual references » Fifth level 8. 75 18. 75

GCSE English Language Click to edit Master title style Assessment objectives for Writing • GCSE English Language Click to edit Master title style Assessment objectives for Writing • Click to edit Master text styles AO AO 5 Assessment objective – Second level • Third level Communicate clearly, effectively and imaginatively, – Fourth level selecting and adapting tone, style and register for different » Fifth level forms, purposes and audiences % in GCSE 30 Organise information and ideas, using structural and grammatical features to support coherence and cohesion of texts AO 6 Candidates must use a range of vocabulary and sentence structures for clarity, purpose and effect, with accurate spelling and punctuation 20

Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – GCSE AND EDEXCEL CERTIFICATE ENGLISH LANGUAGE Fourth level » Fifth level KEY SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES

GCSE (9 -1) and Certificate Click to edit Master title style English Language Similarities GCSE (9 -1) and Certificate Click to edit Master title style English Language Similarities Differences • Click to edit Master text styles • Two paper structure, with one nonfiction– Second level and one fiction paper • Responses to unseen texts, including • Third level literary non-fiction – Fourth level » Fifth level • Both creative and transactional writing assessed • Writing assessment objectives very similar • Question styles for unseen texts • Same overall examination time • Anthologies provided • Grading: A*-G; 9 -1 • Studied Anthology in Cert; ‘unseen preparation Anthology’ of 19 th century prose and 20 th/21 st century non-fiction texts in GCSE • Four writing tasks in Cert totalling 45%; two writing tasks in GCSE 2015 totalling 50% • 15% SPAG in Cert; 20% in GCSE • Requirement for a 19 th century text in GCSE • S&L as an endorsement in GCSE

Reusing the Certificate Anthology to support the new Click to edit Master title style Reusing the Certificate Anthology to support the new Click to edit Master title style GCSE Language course • Century Prose Non-fiction 19 th. Click to edit Master text styles Literary non. Fiction fiction – Second level The Necklace, Guy de Climate change webpage • Maupassant Third level (text only) – Fourth level Climate Change: The » Fifth level Facts (Guardian newspaper) Explorer’s, or boys messing about? (Guardian newspaper) Touching the Void (autobiography) A Game of Polo with a Headless Goat (travel writing) A Passage to Africa (autobiography) The Explorer’s Daughter (autobiography) Taking on the World (autobiography) Chinese Cinderella (autobiography)

Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level GCSE ENGLISH LITERATURE

Changes to subject criteria Click to edit Master title style GCSE English Literature • Changes to subject criteria Click to edit Master title style GCSE English Literature • Click to edit Master text styles • 4 set texts covering Second level –– 19 th Century novel • Third level – Post-1914 British prose or drama – Fourth level – Poetry from 1789 including Romantic Poetry » Fifth level – Shakespeare • Students are also required to compare two unseen texts • Closed book examination • 5% SPa. G • Minimum examination time of 4 hours

GCSE English Literature Click to edit Master title style Paper 1 – 1 hr GCSE English Literature Click to edit Master title style Paper 1 – 1 hr 45 mins (50%) Paper 2 – 2 hrs 15 mins (50%) • Click to edit Master text styles Section A: Shakespeare 19 th Century fiction – Second level • Two questions • One based on a 30 -line extract and one • One based on a 400 -word extract and • Third level on the whole play Fourth level one on the whole novel – » Fifth level Section B: Post-1914 British Drama or Prose • Students study EITHER drama or prose • Choice of essay questions • SPa. G is assessed Section B: Poetry • One question comparing one named poem from the chosen anthology collection with another of the student’s choice from the collection • One question comparing two unseen contemporary poems

GCSE English Literature Click to edit Master title style Paper 1 – Set Texts GCSE English Literature Click to edit Master title style Paper 1 – Set Texts Paper 2 – Set Texts Section A: Shakespeare Section A: 19 th Century fiction • Click to edit Master text styles • Macbeth • Jane Eyre • The Tempest • Great Expectations – Second level • Romeo and Juliet • Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde • Much Ado about Nothing • A Christmas Carol • Third level • The Merchant of Venice • Pride and Prejudice – Fourth level • Twelfth Night • Silas Marner » Fifth level • Frankenstein Section B: Post-1914 British Drama or Prose Section B: Anthology poems – 15 • Animal Farm poems in each collection • Lord of the Flies • Anita and Me • Relationships • The Woman in Black • Conflict • An Inspector Calls • Time and Place • Hobson’s Choice • Blood Brothers *Highlighted texts on current Certificate • Journey’s End qualification.

GCSE English Literature Click to edit Master title style AO Assessment objective • Click GCSE English Literature Click to edit Master title style AO Assessment objective • Click to edit Master text styles AO 1 % in GCSE Read, understand respond to texts Students should be able to: Second level • maintain a critical style and develop an informed • Third level personal response – Fourth level • use textual references, including quotations, to » Fifth level support and illustrate interpretations 37 AO 2 Analyse the language, form and structure used by a writer to create meanings and effects, using relevant subject terminology where appropriate 42 AO 3 Show understanding of the relationships between texts and the contexts in which they were written 16 AO 4 Use of vocabulary and sentence structures for clarity, purpose and effect, with accurate spelling and punctuation – 5

GCSE English Literature Click to edit Master title style comparison Comparison requirement – there GCSE English Literature Click to edit Master title style comparison Comparison requirement – there is a requirement that 20% • Click to edit Master text styles 25% of the marks for this qualification are achieved through comparison questions across AO 1, AO 2 and AO 3. The table – Second level below illustrates how these marks are allocated. • Third level – Fourth level AO » Fifth level Assessment objective % in GCSE AO 2 Anthology poetry (Component 2, section B, part 1) 9. 5 AO 3 Anthology poetry (Component 2, section B, part 1) 3 AO 1 Unseen Poetry (Component 2, section B, part 2) 5 AO 2 Unseen Poetry (Component 2, section B, part 2) 7. 5

Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level GCSE AND EDEXCEL CERTIFICATE ENGLISH LITERATURE – Fourth level » Fifth level KEY SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES

GCSE (9 -1) and Certificate Click to edit Master title style English Literature Similarities GCSE (9 -1) and Certificate Click to edit Master title style English Literature Similarities Differences • Click to edit Master text styles • Paper 2 is similar to Section B of – Second level GCSE, Comp 2 – although there will be two unseen poems (no prose • Third level option) – Fourth level » Fifth level • Some of the same texts available: Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo and Juliet, Inspector Calls, Pride and Prejudice • Similar number of poems to study (16 on Certificate; 15 on GCSE) • Understanding of ‘context’ • Grading: A*-G; 9 -1 • Use of extracts for Shakespeare and 19 th Century novel in GCSE • Examination time: Certificate, 3 hours 15 minutes; GCSE, 4 hours • Number of studied texts: Certificate, 3 texts; GCSE, 4 texts • Greater text prescription in GCSE: Shakespeare; Post 1914 British; 19 th century novel and romantic poetry • Comparison skills assessed in GCSE • SPAG assessed in GCSE (5%) • Analysis of language, form and structure specified in GCSE (AO 2)

Reusing the Certificate Anthology to support the study Click to edit Master title style Reusing the Certificate Anthology to support the study Click to edit Master title style of contemporary poetry • Contemporary Poetry in Certificate Anthology Click to edit Master text styles An Unknown Girl, Moniza Alvi – Second level Electricity Comes to Cocoa Bottom, Marcia Douglas • Third level – Fourth level Prayer Before Birth, Louis Mac. Neice » Fifth level Half-past Two, U. A. Fanthorpe Hide and Seek, Vernon Scannell Poem at Thirty-Nine, Alice Walker Telephone conversation, Wole Soyinka Once Upon a Time, Gabriel Okara War Photographer, Carol Ann Duffy A mother in a Refugee Camp, Chinua Achebe

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Supporting you through the changes Click to edit Master title style • Click to Supporting you through the changes Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles Planning and delivery – Second level • Teaching and learning • Third level • Understanding the standard – Fourth level » Fifth level • Personal support • Tracking progress • Training from Pearson

Understanding the standard Click to edit Master title style We will provide you with Understanding the standard Click to edit Master title style We will provide you with information and support to help you understand the standard: • Comprehensive banks of exemplar student work and • Click to edit Master text styles examiner commentaries derived from our trialling with centres – Second level • Third level • Mark schemes that have been researched and trialed – Fourth level » Fifth level • Extensive training for all units • Additional sample papers • Training on delivering units and marking mocks • Local network groups • Subject advisor

Planning and delivery Click to edit Master title style We will provide you with Planning and delivery Click to edit Master title style We will provide you with the best support: • Click to edit Master text styles • a range of course planners, outlining different delivery approaches – Second level • an editable scheme of work to save you time • Third level – Fourth level • a Getting Started guide with detailed guidance » Fifth level • KS 3 preparation tests • a free, downloadable unseen preparation anthology for GCSE English language • Poetry anthology with free teaching and learning resources • support packs for new topic areas.

Poetry Anthology Active. Teach Click to edit Master title style Free teaching and learning Poetry Anthology Active. Teach Click to edit Master title style Free teaching and learning resource to help you • Click to edit Master text styles as you teach the Poetry Anthology – Second level • Third level • Lesson plan for each poem will include: – Fourth level – Worksheets, audio recordings and additional resources » Fifth level – Guidance on context and help preparing students for comparison requirements • Includes additional lessons covering preparation for comparison requirements and a unit on preparing for the unseen poetry • Available online via Active. Teach, for front-ofclass use or easy download

Poetry Anthology Active. Teach Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Poetry Anthology Active. Teach Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles Text on screen, with links to all – Second level resources • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level Detailed lesson plans for each poem

Teaching and Learning Click to edit Master title style We are teaming with academic Teaching and Learning Click to edit Master title style We are teaming with academic partners • Click to edit Master text styles University of Exeter and King’s College London – Second level • Third level • Creating powerful support built around trialled, – Fourth level evidence-based pedagogies » Fifth level • Specifically designed to help overcome critical barriers to progress in the 11 -19 English curriculum • Providing you with free teaching support based on these pedagogies

Grammar for Writing Click to edit Master title style In partnership with Debra Myhill Grammar for Writing Click to edit Master title style In partnership with Debra Myhill and University • Click to edit Master text styles of Exeter – Second level • Third level • Recent study at KS 4 showed teaching – Fourth level contextualised grammar had a statistically » Fifth level significant impact on reading and writing – Positive impact on language analysis, sentence structure, punctuation and spelling – Impact was measured using new Edexcel GCSE Language SAMs, and results were marked by Edexcel examiners

Grammar for Writing Click to edit Master title style Free lesson support for you Grammar for Writing Click to edit Master title style Free lesson support for you to put the pedagogy • Click to edit Master text styles into practice – Second level • Third level • 1 unit of work, comprised of 9 lessons – Fourth level – Lesson plans, Powerpoints, Worksheets, other resources » Fifth level – Developed by Debra Myhill and her team – Trialled and reviewed content • 2 lessons available now • Remaining lessons available in January 2015

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Let’s Think Master title style Click to editin English In partnership with King’s College Let’s Think Master title style Click to editin English In partnership with King’s College London • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Teaching programme developed by a team at • Third level King’s College London – Fourth level » Fifth level • Pedagogy underpinned by a research trial • Helps students develop thinking skills necessary for success in English – Builds skills of inference, deduction and analysis – Builds confidence in unseen texts in exams – Lessons are based on discussion, problem solving and structured reflection

Let’s Think Master title style Click to editin English Free lesson support for you Let’s Think Master title style Click to editin English Free lesson support for you to put the pedagogy • Click to edit Master text styles into practice – Second level • Third level • 5 free lessons – Fourth level – Lesson plans, Powerpoints, Worksheets, other resources » Fifth level – Developed by the King’s College London team – Trialled and reviewed content • 1 lesson available now • Remaining lessons available in January 2015

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Endorsed resources Click to edit Master title style • Zig. Zag Education – Study Endorsed resources Click to edit Master title style • Zig. Zag Education – Study guides and activity packs for Click to edit Master text styles • Language and Literature. – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level • Pearson – Printed text book anthology; 6 tiered workbooks building reading and writing skills; Active Teach; assessment and revision resources. *These resources have not yet been endorsed. This information is correct as of 24 September 2014, but may be subject to change.

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