- Subject(s):English Language
- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Marilyn Rankin, Patrick Creamer
- Available from: May 2017
Comprehensive student-friendly resources designed for teaching Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language (syllabus 9093).
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Endorsed for the Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language syllabus (9093), this Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM is packed with practical guidance and support for the planning and delivery of this syllabus. Written in a clear style by an experienced examiner and teacher, Marilyn Rankin, this resource is the perfect complement to the Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language Coursebook. Including lesson plans, worksheets, presentations, indicative answers to Coursebook activities and homework ideas, this comprehensive and invaluable Teacher’s Resource is designed to support all aspects of teaching, saving time on planning and preparation.
Includes clear and practical classroom support with 36 lesson plans, accompanying worksheets and presentations including lesson starters and teacher tips saving time in preparation and planning.
Written by the co-author of the Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language Coursebook, highly experienced examiner, syllabus designer and teacher, Marilyn Rankin.
Provides indicative answers to Coursebook activities and guidance on responses to worksheet tasks, supporting teachers with assessment and marking.
Navigates a clear path through the Coursebook content helping teachers plan and prepare the classes.
Includes a detailed introduction offering guidance and information on how to teach the course and how to make the most of this Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM.
Suggested further reading and homework tasks provide a rich bank of content to draw upon saving time in research and planning.
Features a planning chart setting out various options for delivery plans for Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language, including options for co-teaching.
- Part 1. AS Level: Unit 1. Reading non-fiction: 1. Types of question, language and style
- 2. Key reading skills for responding to passages
- 3. Planning and structuring a commentary
- 4. Using evidence and quotations
- 5. Descriptive writing
- 6. Personal writing
- 7. Memoirs and autobiographies
- 8. Persuasive writing
- Unit 2. Writing non-fiction: 9. Approaching 'directed writing' questions
- 10. Approaching 'writing for a specified audience' questions
- 11. Planning written responses
- 12. Text types and purposes
- 13. Discursive writing and writing to argue
- Unit 3. Imaginative writing: 14. Exploring imaginative writing tasks
- 15. Key reading and writing skills
- 16. Creating your own imaginative and descriptive writing
- Part 2. A Level
- Unit 4. Text and discourse analysis: 17. Features of spoken language
- 18. Speech strategies
- 19. Transcribing speech
- 20. Paralinguistic features
- Unit 5. Spoken language and social groups: 21. The context of spoken language
- 22. Language used to include and exclude
- 23. Non-standard features of English
- 24. Speech sounds and accents
- 25. Theories and studies of social variation in language
- 26. Dialect, sociolect and idiolect
- Unit 6. English as a global language: 27. English and other languages
- 28. Whose English is it? Kachru's Circles model
- 29. From British to Global English
- 30. English: standard and non-standard
- 31. British vs American English
- 32. Language death
- Unit 7. Child language acquisition: 33. The main stages of early development
- 34. Language acquisition by children and teenagers
- 35. The functions of young people's language
- 36. Theories of language acquisition.
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