Preparation is the name of the game and this video gives you an insight in to one of the most important questions in the exam. Get a past paper to work through once you have watched the video and take note – this is worth five whole marks in the exam. If you get this question right then the chances are you can pass the exam – of you get it wrong then you could fail. This question assesses standard L2.2.5 (analyse texts in relation to audience needs and consider suitable responses). This means that, on paper at least, this is quite a challenging question but follow the instructions in the video – and practice on past exam papers – and you should do really well on this question!
This has now disappeared. The replacement question asks them to explain two ways the writer of a text (usually C) tries to convince the reader of something. The answers are in a different format to the old question (and students have to be more careful with their responses) but the four marks they can now pick up are attainable if they ‘box clever’.
Here’s a video which explains the question and the method which should be used to get all the marks.
GCSE English covers a number of language features – quite a lot in fact! Any number of them can appear in the exam and students must be able to both recognise and explain them. The video you are watching covers intensifiers – which are often hidden in plain sight.
Finding language features in a text may sound straightforward but in an examination situation, with the added pressure of time constraint and nerves, it can quickly become like one of the labours of Hercules. This video about intensifiers – one of a series on language features found in GCSE English – aims, in plain and simple English, to enable students to recognise this particular language feature. It also suggests the kind of response (a technique) might gain marks in the exam. Enjoy!
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Moreover, classroom assessment techniques allow you to measure the success of your own teaching strategies. This video introduces you (or perhaps more likely, reintroduces old friends) to a number of classroom assessment techniques which might help you improve both the amount of learning that gets done in your classroom and to enable you to gauge the extent of the success of your teaching strategies.
This video gives you a good idea of what they can do in a little over three minutes. Not bad!
If you're struggling to learn the scales or you're looking for a simple and logical way to understand chords and harmony this book will have all your answers.
Inside you have the complete fingering charts for all major and minor scales - I don't just give you the C major scale and let you figure out all the other more complicated scales.
Also, I give you the complete collection of chords found in each and every major and minor key. This book will spare you from spending a frustrating amount of time figuring stuff on your own.
No teacher ever gives you a complete collection of chords - they always start explaining how things work in C major and the rest is left to you. This book will really make your life a lot easier.
About the book
This book's aim is to help you gain a clear perspective of the western music system while giving you a more straightforward introduction to the basic music theory.
Focusing on building a more solid foundation of music knowledge in the beginning will enable you to start your journey with a series of truly fruitful practice sessions.
The carefully crafted illustration will give you a full overview of the major and minor scales while offering what we believe are the most ergonomic hand positions for each scale.
A complete collection of scale fingering charts for each hand will give you enough resources to start playing along to your favorite music and allow you to begin uncovering more complex music theory like intervals, chord progression, or rhythm during infinitely more enjoyable practice sessions.
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