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  • Introduction to yr 10

    1. 1. WELCOME TO YR 10 2012-2014
    2. 2. What you need to know• This Year there are 3 courses:• All of Yr 10 will do the Lang/Lit course which comprises the IGCSE qualification in English Language.• Some of you have chosen the Literature Major course which comprises the IGCSE World Literature Qualification.• Some of you have chosen to study the Literature Minor course which does not lead to a qualification but will aim to foster your enjoyment and skills in reading and analysing different genres of world Literature.
    3. 3. For those of you who have choseneither the Literature Major orLiterature Minor course, you will havea separate teacher for these coursesand your teacher will review thecourse in more detail with you in thefirst lesson.
    4. 4. Lang/litYou will have 3 hrs per week forthis course with the same teacher.This course will cover the syllabusfor the IGCSE Lang qualification aswell as a Literature component.
    5. 5. LANG/LIT Overview – Details in theWelcome to Yr 10 Booklet. 1 Coursework – 2 written pieces - Analytical and Personal Imaginative = 20% 2 Speaking & Listening Assessment x 3 = 10% 3 Exam - 3 Sections = 70%
    6. 6. Modules of Study• The Meaning a Text Creates – Text types, GAP, Anthology Section A texts (Exam) & P&I coursework.• Novel Study – Tsotsi• Analytical Coursework – Edexcel Anthology Section B• Speaking & Listening Tasks – coursework.• Graphic Novel – Manga Man/Maus.• Drama Study – R&J• Exam Preparation.
    7. 7. As you can see there are two components to your coursework, oral and written. All written coursework must be submitted to This is used to ensure all work is entirely your own and is also a means of ensuring that a copy of your coursework is saved as a backup. Set up your Turnitin Account now. Your teacher will give you your class ID and enrollment password. Log into Turnitin and follow the create an account instructions – please ensure you save your class login details carefully.
    8. 8. Filing Your Work It is crucial that you organise your work so that you can easily locate work when you need to. It is not enough to save your work in one place, particularly the work you need for the exam. BACK UP YOUR FILES REGULARLY!
    9. 9. Core Files – set these up now.General– save your Welcome to yr 10 andEdexcel Language Anthology here.• Text Types & Anthology Section A (EXAM).• Analytical Coursework – Anthology Section B.• Personal & Imaginative Coursework.• Exam Practise/Revision• Novel Study - Tsotsi• Graphic Novel• Drama Study
    10. 10. Summary & Questions?Read through the Welcome to yr 10 Document– you will have a quiz next lesson to test howwell you know your course.