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English Literature/English Language GCSE or A Level
Englsih Language Course
English Language GCSE
AQA Certificate
English Literature/English Language GCSE or A Level
English Literature/English Language GCSE or A Level
English Literature/English Language GCSE or A Level
Englsih Language Course
English Language GCSE
AQA Certificate
English Literature/English Language GCSE or A Level
English Literature/English Language GCSE or A Level
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Course overview

Getting a good English Language GCSE grade will help you in your future studies and career!

Want to pursue a career in Journalism, Copywriting, Modern Languages, or Teaching? Then it all starts with achieving an English Language GCSE!

With your English Language GSCE you will develop your reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills, and you’ll be able to unlock the gate to further studies, such as AS or A Levels, which will help propel you into an exciting career or university course!

A GCSE grade 4 (formerly grade C) or above in English Language is also generally required for any well-paid job. So, even if you don’t want to do any further studies afterwards, it’s well worth doing a GCSE course. And if you didn’t achieve it in school, then you can do it now – it’s never too late!

Additional benefits of this course include:

  • Completion in just 6 months
  • 100% online study
  • Exams and all course materials included
  • Tutors

    Throughout your studies, you’ll have access to our amazing tutors, who are on hand to help you with any queries you may have. They are experts in their fields and happy to help!

    The Advisor Team

    Anything these guys don’t know about educational courses isn’t worth knowing! They are an amazing bunch of friendly experts, who will help you select the right course for your needs, so you can follow your dreams.

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    Academic Team

    A great set of people to have in your corner if you find yourself stumped by a section of the course! This wonderful team will come to your rescue ASAP and talk you through anything you need help with, so you can keep momentum and get your qualification!

    Customer Support Team

    Find yourself fighting with technology? Our customer support team are here to save the day! If you have any issues accessing the platform for your course, or downloading your certificate, they will sort it out for you in no time!

    Customer support team

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  • Accreditations

    At the end of each module, you will have an online assignment that you need to complete. These assignments will be marked by a tutor who will provide you with feedback and your final grade. At the end of the assignments, you’ll have to complete an in-person exam to gain your GCSE in English Language.

    Your GCSE will be graded on a nine-point scale – 9 is the best grade you can get.

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  • Topics you'll cover

    You’ll delve into the scientific side of the English language, including the history behind structure, intent, and purpose. You’ll build your skills needed to write creatively, including exploring narrative and description techniques. You’ll also master your written communication skills, including reading, spelling, how to use grammar effectively, and how to articulate your thoughts in a structured manner. All these core skills will set you up for future opportunities, whether that be advanced education or your career prospects.

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  • Modules

    Unit 1: Critical Reading and Comprehension

    • Critical reading and comprehension- Identify and interpret themes, ideas, and information
    • Reading in different ways for different purposes
    • Comparing and evaluating how useful, relevant and the literature by justifying the evidence, supporting his viewpoint, identifying any bias
    • Reflecting critically and evaluating text by using knowledge and skills gained from the course
    • Recognising different responses to a text
    • Summary and synthesis, Identifying the main theme(s)
    • Summarising ideas and information and synthesising text
    • Evaluating writers’ vocabulary choices, form, grammatical and structural features
    • Explaining and illustrating how vocabulary and grammar contribute to the effectiveness and overall impact
    • Using linguistic and literary terminology accurately
    • Comparing texts, comparing two or more texts critically against each other

    Unit 2: Writing

    • Producing clear and coherent text
    • Writing effectively for different audiences and purposes
    • Describing, narrating, explaining, instructing, giving, and responding to information
    • Selecting vocabulary, grammar, form, and structural and organisational features carefully to reflect audience, purpose, and context
    • Using language creatively
    • Using information provided by others
    • Maintaining a consistent point of view as well as coherence and consistency across a text
    • Writing for impact, selecting, organising, and emphasising facts, ideas, and key points as well as evidence
    • Creating emotional impact by utilising language creatively, imaginatively, and persuasively, including rhetorically (such as rhetorical questions, antithesis, parenthesis)

    Unit 3: Spoken Language

    • Presenting information and ideas clearly
    • Selecting and organising information and ideas effectively and persuasively
    • Preparing for spoken presentations
    • Planning effectively for different audiences and purposes
    • Producing presentations and speeches
    • Responding to spoken language
    • Listening to and responding appropriately to questions and feedback
    • Expressing ideas using Standard English
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  • Course Duration

    Your GCSE English Language course can be completed in just 6 months!

    There are 120 hours of learning required with this GCSE.

    You’ll need to take exams into account, however, as exam sittings are held once per year in May or June.

    We have 5 examination centres: Bolton, Coventry, Doncaster, St Neots Cambridgeshire and Wimbledon. All of our centres have been approved for you to take your GCSE exam by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ).

  • Quick FAQs

    What are GCSEs?

    The General Certificates of Secondary Education (GCSEs) are recognised nationally, and a Grade C/Level 4 or above is often required for jobs or in further education.

    When can I get started?

    There are no physical classes or timetables you need to follow, so once you are enrolled you can start your learning online straight away, with instant access to all your course material and assignments.

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