L.O: To compare themes
and context in the two
plays.
To plan the coursework
title and essay
LL3: Internal Assessment

Section A: Dramatic texts in context - 40 marks
Relevant assessment objectives: AO1, AO2, AO3

1...
 Addressing the Assessment Objectives

in LL3 Section A

 The weighting of the relevant assessment
objectives is reflect...
To enable students to succeed on this section, they need to:
Section A
• Formulate their assignment title carefully
• Have...
Women
Oppression
Love or relationships
Deception
Parent child relationships
Class differences
Language and identity...
Women – Feminism
Oppression
Love or relationships
Parent child relationships
Ambition
Social mobility
Friendship
Comparing context – Similarities and differences
Fully research the context for
both plays but focus on Much
Ado About Nothing.
Choose a focus for your essay
and come up...
Coursework preparation - Much Ado about Nothing and Top Girls
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  • Coursework preparation - Much Ado about Nothing and Top Girls

    1. 1. L.O: To compare themes and context in the two plays. To plan the coursework title and essay
    2. 2. LL3: Internal Assessment Section A: Dramatic texts in context - 40 marks Relevant assessment objectives: AO1, AO2, AO3 1500 words approximately The Shakespeare text selected should be the focus of students’ detailed study, as this should be regarded as the ‘core’ text. The second drama/performance text can be by any author other than Shakespeare, and from any time period. It can also be a screenplay/play script for a film/play that has already been produced/performed. This text should be regarded as the ‘partner’ text, and so the study of this text will be broader in focus and should illuminate the Shakespeare study. To reiterate, essays should deal with the nominated texts in terms of a two thirds/one third split in favour of the Shakespeare. It is important to remember that AO3 is double weighted in this unit: AO3: use integrated approaches to explore relationships between texts, analysing and evaluating the significance of contextual factors in their production and reception. Therefore the choice of partner drama text should be carefully considered regarding what it can offer the student in terms of exploring relationships between texts and considering contextual factors.
    3. 3.  Addressing the Assessment Objectives in LL3 Section A  The weighting of the relevant assessment objectives is reflected in the notional distribution of marks out of a total of 40 as follows:  AO1: 10 marks  AO2: 10 marks  AO3: 20 marks  Teachers should use the LL3 Section A Assessment Grid to try to find the ‘best fit’ for assessment, and should give an holistic mark to cover all three objectives.
    4. 4. To enable students to succeed on this section, they need to: Section A • Formulate their assignment title carefully • Have a clear focus which will demonstrate knowledge of Shakespeare plus partner text as a performance text • Show full awareness of the context but avoid a purely sociological/contextual essay; or an essay which would be better suited to a drama or film studies course • Concentrate on the Shakespeare text as the core text and use the partner text to illuminate understanding • Ensure that integrated literary and linguistic approaches are used • Meet the requirement to use integrated approaches to explore relationships between texts, analysing and evaluating the significance of contextual factors in their production and reception • Demonstrate a full repertoire of linguistic and literary terminology
    5. 5. Women Oppression Love or relationships Deception Parent child relationships Class differences Language and identity Friendship
    6. 6. Women – Feminism Oppression Love or relationships Parent child relationships Ambition Social mobility Friendship
    7. 7. Comparing context – Similarities and differences
    8. 8. Fully research the context for both plays but focus on Much Ado About Nothing. Choose a focus for your essay and come up with a title and plan.
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