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Doing well in Paper 2 > Choosing the question > Looking at the task, in detail   > Planning > Scoring highly
Choosing the question - 'your 3 best text types'
Choosing the question - 'your 3 best text types' - text type more important than topic
Looking at the task, in detail   - text type   ... what are the (basic) rules?
Looking at the task, in detail   - text type   ... what are the (basic) rules? - approach specified   ...  what does the q...
Looking at the task, in detail   - text type   ... what are the (basic) rules? - approach specified   ...  what does the q...
Looking at the task, in detail   - text type   ... what are the (basic) rules? - approach specified   ...  what does the q...
Planning - NET SIEVE SPINE ... and then stick to it!
Scoring highly Criterion A - accuracy ... CHECK  ('10 favourite errors') - sentence structure  ... what does your teacher ...
Scoring highly Criterion A - accuracy ... CHECK  ('10 favourite errors') - sentence structure  ... what does your teacher ...
Scoring highly Criterion A - accuracy ... CHECK  ('10 favourite errors') - sentence structure  ... what does your teacher ...
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Paper 2 advice to students

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Paper 2 advice to students

  1. 1. Doing well in Paper 2 > Choosing the question > Looking at the task, in detail > Planning > Scoring highly
  2. 2. Choosing the question - 'your 3 best text types'
  3. 3. Choosing the question - 'your 3 best text types' - text type more important than topic
  4. 4. Looking at the task, in detail - text type ... what are the (basic) rules?
  5. 5. Looking at the task, in detail - text type ... what are the (basic) rules? - approach specified ... what does the question require ? ... what do you have to do ?
  6. 6. Looking at the task, in detail - text type ... what are the (basic) rules? - approach specified ... what does the question require ? ... what do you have to do ? - audience ... to whom is it supposed to be addressed? so - ... how can you best communicate ?
  7. 7. Looking at the task, in detail - text type ... what are the (basic) rules? - approach specified ... what does the question require ? ... what do you have to do ? - audience ... to whom is it supposed to be addressed? so - ... how can you best communicate ? - topic area ... do you know anything about it?
  8. 8. Planning - NET SIEVE SPINE ... and then stick to it!
  9. 9. Scoring highly Criterion A - accuracy ... CHECK ('10 favourite errors') - sentence structure ... what does your teacher say ? ... If weak, full stops every two lines, max.
  10. 10. Scoring highly Criterion A - accuracy ... CHECK ('10 favourite errors') - sentence structure ... what does your teacher say ? ... If weak, full stops every two lines, max. Criterion B - right format + register - right 'address', basically ... + any imaginative phrases - cohesives ... especially paragraphing
  11. 11. Scoring highly Criterion A - accuracy ... CHECK ('10 favourite errors') - sentence structure ... what does your teacher say ? ... If weak, full stops every two lines, max. Criterion B - right format + register - right 'address', basically ... + any imaginative phrases - cohesives ... especially paragraphing Criterion C - avoid repeating (see planning) - does the argument GO somewhere ? (see planning) - support ... details, examples, illustrations, evidence ? - organisation - is there a clear shape ? (see planning)

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