On successful completion of this course, you could progress to: As this is a fast track course, you will need to dedicate 3-6 hours per week in self-study in addition to class attendance. In class, you will participate actively in discussion, reading and written tasks focusing on the course and exam success. Enrolment on this course also allows you to attend the optional Higher English tutorial class.
You will also develop your understanding of the complexities of language by studying a wide range of texts.
The course also develops high levels of analytical thinking and understanding of the impact of language. 2018 SQA Papers Higher English by SQA published by Hodder and Gibson. Higher English: Reading for Understanding, Analysis and Evaluation Paperback – by A Bridges and C Eckford. Higher English (Portfolio writing/ Scottish Text/Critical Essay) by A Bridges, Consultant Editor: C Cunningham. How to Pass Flash Revise Higher English (How To Pass - Higher Level) Paperback – .
If you prefer to write by hand, you could also print the template and write directly onto it. You or your teacher must print out a hard copy which must be submitted through the school or centre in the usual way.
But this means you have write very neatly and carefully. It would also be wise to keep a saved version of your final version.
Please ensure all of the information on your flyleaf is completed and accurate.
Any errors or incomplete sections could delay your exam results, which is never a good thing!
(10) – look at the way they have made the link between ‘Havisham’ and ‘War Photographer’ in terms of the effects of traumatic experiences from the past.
Here is what the candidate wrote – Und Stnds – War Photog – N6 – Response Here is what the SQA said – Und Stnds – War Photog – N6 – Comments Any questions then please let me know.
If you have forgotten about it, it is not too late to head in now. Adam Hi, Please have a look at this example of a Scottish Text response for Duffy’s ‘War Photographer’ (it is the only poetry example the SQA have made available) – although this is not the poem we have studied you can see the way they have structured their answer.
Of particular importance, is the 10-marker and the way they have picked up their initial 2 marks for identifying commonality. Referring closely to this poem and to at least one other poem by Duffy, discuss how she explores the link between the past and the present.