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GCSE (9-1)SpecificationLATINJ282For first assessment in 2018Version 1.1 (April 2018)ocr.org.uk/gcselatin

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Contents1Support and GuidanceAssessment Preparation and Analysis ServiceiiiiiWhy choose an OCR GCSE (9–1) in Latin?111231a.1b.1c.1d.2The specification overview2a.2b.2c.2c.2c.2d.3Forms of assessmentAssessment objectives (AO)Assessment availabilityRetaking the qualificationAssessment of extended responseSynoptic assessmentCalculating qualification resultsAdmin: what you need to know4a.4b.4c.4d.4e.4f.5OCR’s GCSE (9–1) in Latin (J282)Content of GCSE (9–1) in Latin (J282)Content of Language (J282/01)Content of Literature components (J282/02, J282/03, J282/04 and J282/05)Content of Literature and Culture (J282/06)Prior knowledge, learning and progressionAssessment of GCSE (9–1) in Latin3a.3b.3c.3d.3e.3f.3g.4Why choose an OCR qualification?Why choose an OCR GCSE (9–1) in Latin?What are the key features of this specification?How do I find out more information?Pre-assessmentSpecial considerationExternal assessment arrangementsResults and certificatesPost-results servicesMalpracticeAppendices5a.5b.5c.5d.5e. OCR 2015GCSE (9–1) in Latin44567911121213141414141415151617181818Grade descriptorsOverlap with other qualificationsAccessibilityLatin Accidence and SyntaxRestricted Latin Accidence and Syntax list191919192022Summary of Updates23i

Support and GuidanceIntroducing a new specification brings challenges forimplementation and teaching, but it also opens up newopportunities. Our aim is to help you at every stage.We are working hard with teachers and other expertsto bring you a package of practical support, resourcesand training.Subject AdvisorsOCR Subject Advisors provide information and supportto centres including specification and non‑examassessment advice, updates on resource developmentsand a range of training opportunities.Our Subject Advisors work with subject communitiesthrough a range of networks to ensure the sharing ofideas and expertise supporting teachers and studentsalike. They work with developers to help produce ourspecifications and the resources needed to supportthese qualifications during their development.You can contact our Classics Subject Advisors forspecialist advice, guidance and support:01223 553998classics@ocr.org.uk@OCR ClassicsWe also work with a number of leading publishers whopublish textbooks and resources for our specifications.For more information on our publishing partners andtheir resources visit: ocr.org.uk/publishing-partnersProfessional developmentOur improved Professional Development Programmefulfils a range of needs through course selection,preparation for teaching, delivery and assessment.Whether you want to come to events, look at our newdigital training or search for training materials, you canfind what you’re looking for all in one place at the CPDHub: cpdhub.ocr.org.ukAn introduction to new specificationsWe run training events throughout the academic yearthat are designed to help prepare you for first teachingand support every stage of your delivery of the newqualifications.To receive the latest information about the trainingwe offer on GCSE and A Level, please register for emailupdates at: ocr.org.uk/updatesTeaching and learning resourcesOur resources are designed to provide you with arange of teaching activities and suggestions that enableyou to select the best activity, approach or contextto support your teaching style and your particularstudents. The resources are a body of knowledge thatwill grow throughout the lifetime of the specification,they include:ii Delivery Guides Transition Guides Topic Exploration Packs Lesson Elements. OCR 2015GCSE (9–1) in Latin

Assessment Preparation and Analysis ServiceAlong with subject-specific resources and tools, you’llalso have access to a selection of generic resourcesthat focus on skills development, professional guidancefor teachers and results data analysis.Subject Advisor SupportOur Subject Advisors provide you withaccess to specifications, high-qualityteaching resources and assessmentmaterials.Skills GuidesThese guides cover topics that could berelevant to a range of qualifications, forexample communication, legislation andresearch.Download the guides atocr.org.uk/skillsguidesActive ResultsOur free online results analysis servicehelps you review the performance ofindividual students or your whole cohort.For more details, please refer toocr.org.uk/activeresults OCR 2015GCSE (9–1) in Latiniii

1 Why choose an OCR GCSE (9–1) in Latin?1a. Why choose an OCR qualification?1Choose OCR and you’ve got the reassurance thatyou’re working with one of the UK’s leading examboards. Our new OCR GCSE (9–1) in Latin coursehas been developed in consultation with teachers,employers and higher education to provide learnerswith a qualification that’s relevant to them and meetstheir needs.students to become responsible for their own learning,confident in discussing ideas, innovative and engaged.We provide a range of support services designed tohelp you at every stage, from preparation through tothe delivery of our specifications. This includes: A wide range of high-quality creative resourcesincluding:oDelivery GuidesoTransition GuidesoTopic Exploration PacksoLesson Elementso and much more.We work with a range of education providers, includingschools, colleges, workplaces and other institutionsin both the public and private sectors. Over 13,000centres choose our A Levels, GCSEs and vocationalqualifications including Cambridge Nationals andCambridge Technicals. Access to Subject Advisors to support youthrough the transition and throughout thelifetime of the specifications. CPD/Training for teachers including events tointroduce the qualifications and prepare you forfirst teaching.Our Specifications Active Results – our free results analysis serviceto help you review the performance of individuallearners or whole schools.We’re part of the Cambridge Assessment Group,Europe’s largest assessment agency and a departmentof the University of Cambridge. Cambridge Assessmentplays a leading role in developing and deliveringassessments throughout the world, operating in over150 countries.We believe in developing specifications that help youbring the subject to life and inspire your students toachieve more.We’ve created teacher-friendly specifications based onextensive research and engagement with the teachingcommunity. They’re designed to be straightforwardand accessible so that you can tailor the delivery ofthe course to suit your needs. We aim to encourageAll GCSE (9–1) qualifications offered by OCR areaccredited by Ofqual, the Regulator for qualificationsoffered in England. The accreditation number for OCR’sGCSE (9–1) in Latin is QN601/8124/2.1b. Why choose an OCR GCSE (9–1) in Latin?OCR’s GCSE (9–1) in Latin has been designed to helplearners develop their understanding of the Latinlanguage and the related ancient literature, values andsociety.We have updated the traditional, popular structureof the GCSE and have added in increased optionality.This allows learners the new option to study twoprose literature components or two verse literaturecomponents, as well as the existing popular choiceof studying a prose literature component and a verseliterature component, or a literature component andthe ‘Literature and Culture’ component.1We have designed this qualification with teachersand learners in mind, having consulted extensivelyacross the United Kingdom. The subject criteria posechallenges not faced before at GCSE, for instance theneed to translate short sentences from English intoLatin or answer questions on syntax and accidence.The approach that we have taken in this specificationwill allow teachers and learners to face thesechallenges with confidence.We want to ensure that OCR’s GCSE (9–1) in Latinengages learners, develops a desire within them tocontinue learning Latin and helps develop a lifelongenthusiasm for the Classical world. OCR 2015GCSE (9–1) in Latin

Aims and learning outcomesOCR’s GCSE (9–1) in Latin will enable learners to:OCR’s GCSE (9–1) in Latin will encourage learners to: develop and deploy their knowledge ofvocabulary, morphology and syntax in order toread, understand and interpret Latin develop their knowledge and understanding ofancient literature, values and society throughthe study of original texts, adapted and abridgedas appropriatedevelop insights into the relevance of Latinand of ancient literature and civilisation to ourunderstanding of our modern world of diversecultures deploy their knowledge and understanding ofLatin to deepen their understanding of Englishand other languages select, analyse and evaluate evidence to drawinformed conclusions from the literature studiedto: relate their knowledge and understanding of theancient world to other disciplines develop research and analytical skills which willempower them to become independent learnersand enquirers, equipping them for further studyin arts, humanities and sciences. odemonstrate knowledge andunderstanding of the historical, literaryand cultural context of a textoidentify and appreciate its literary formand impact on the reader1develop and apply their critical, analytical andreflective skills to evaluate evidence from arange of sources1c. What are the key features of this specification?The key features of OCR’s GCSE (9–1) in Latin for youand your learners are: the study of ancient literature and sources whichhelps give learners an insight into the life andculture of the ancient world the freedom to create the most appropriate andengaging course which plays to the strengths ofyour learners the opportunity to develop linguistic skills whichwill help both in the study and application ofEnglish and other languagesthe encouragement to help develop and applycritical analytical skills which will help learners intheir future study it provides solid preparation for those wishingto progress to our AS and A Level Latinqualifications. OCR 2015GCSE (9–1) in Latin2

1d. How do I find out more information?1If you are already using OCR specifications you cancontact us at: www.ocr.org.ukIf you are not already a registered OCR centre thenyou can find out more information on the benefits ofbecoming one at: www.ocr.org.ukIf you are not yet an approved centre and would like tobecome one go to: www.ocr.org.ukFind out more?Ask our Subject Advisors:Email: classics@ocr.org.ukCustomer Contact Centre: 01223 553998Join our Classics eacher support: www.ocr.org.uk3 OCR 2015GCSE (9–1) in Latin

2 The specification overview2a. OCR’s GCSE (9–1) in Latin (J282)Learners must complete Component 01 and then any two from Components 02, 03, 04, 05 and 06 to be awardedOCR’s GCSE (9–1) in Latin.Content OverviewAssessment OverviewLanguageCompulsory component:Learners study texts andstories in Latin to buildknowledge and understandingof Latin vocabulary, accidenceand syntax.J282/01:LanguageProse and Verse LiteratureLearners study Latin settexts and answer questionsin English on aspects ofcontent and analyse, evaluateand respond to the ancientliterature they have studied.Literature and CultureLearners study two topicson Roman Civilisation andCulture using the sourcesin the Prescribed SourcesBooklet and answer questionsin English on aspects ofcontent, culture, socialpractices and values.100 marks1 hour 30 minutesWritten paper2Thiscomponent isworth 50% oftotal GCSEOptional components –any two of the followingfive:J282/02:Prose Literature AJ282/03:Prose Literature BJ282/04:Verse Literature AJ282/05:Verse Literature BEachcomponent isworth 25% oftotal GCSEJ282/06:Literature and Culture50 marks1 hourWritten paperAll components include synoptic assessment. OCR 2015GCSE (9–1) in Latin4

2b. Content of GCSE (9–1) in Latin (J282)The OCR GCSE (9–1) in Latin will allow learnersto develop their knowledge of Latin vocabulary,morphology and syntax so that they can read andunderstand unseen confected or adapted passages ofLatin.2The OCR GCSE (9–1) in Latin will require learnersto know the words which are listed in the DefinedVocabulary List (DVL) as well as other specified formsof these words. The Defined Vocabulary List (DVL)will be available on the OCR website. Learners will beexpected to know and understand the application ofsyntax and accidence listed in this specification.The OCR GCSE (9–1) in Latin will develop learners’knowledge and understanding of the ancient worldthrough the study of ancient literature and ancientsources. Learners are required to study a compulsoryLanguage component together with either twoLiterature components, or one Literature componentand the Literature and Culture component.The Language component (01) requires learners totranslate a passage of Latin, answer comprehensionquestions and either answer questions on syntax andaccidence within the context of a narrative passage ortranslate short English sentences into Latin.restricted lists. The accidence and syntax questions willdraw upon the full range of syntax and accidence listedin the specification.The Literature components (02–05) will require thestudy of between 110 and 120 lines of material inLatin. These set texts will change every two years.The set texts to be studied for the first six years ofassessment of the specification are listed in thespecification.The Literature and Culture component (06) willrequire the study of two different topics throughthe exploration of the prescribed sources listed inthe Prescribed Sources Booklet, which is available onthe OCR website, and other sources which cover thesame topic areas. The material for the Literature andCulture component will remain for the lifetime of thespecification.The set texts and topics will be reviewed after threeyears and may be subject to change. Each set textand topic will remain on the list for the lifetime of thequalification, unless the review process identifies anecessary change. If a text is to be removed from thelist and replaced with another text, centres will benotified a year in advance.The vocabulary, accidence and syntax required forthe composition of Latin sentences will be taken from5 OCR 2015GCSE (9–1) in Latin

2c. Content of Language (J282/01)In the course of this component, learners will developtheir knowledge of Latin vocabulary and linguisticstructures through reading and studying texts andstories in Latin. They will then demonstrate theirlinguistic competence through the translation andcomprehension of unseen Latin passages.Learners will also be able to demonstrate theirlinguistic ability by either recognising, analysing andexplaining accidence and syntax within the context ofa narrative passage or by translating short sentencesfrom English into Latin.2Learners should be able to:Learners will be required to: recognise, analyse and/or deploy, as appropriate,the accidence and syntax listed in Appendix 5dand 5e translate an unseen passage of confected oradapted Latin demonstrate knowledge of the vocabulary in theDefined Vocabulary List (DVL) understand and respond to unseen passages ofLatin accurately translate unseen material into English understand the derivation of English words fromLatin demonstrate an understanding of unseen Latin,confected or adapted material, including anunderstanding of individual words, phrases orsentences explain the derivation of English words from Latinas evidence of the continuing influence of theclassical world on later times.and either translate short sentences from English into Latindrawn from the Restricted Vocabulary List (RVL)and the Restricted Syntax and Accidence listed inAppendix 5eor recognise, analyse and explain syntax andaccidence, as defined below, using the Syntaxand Accidence listed in Appendix 5d recognise: identify examples of a grammaticalform analyse: identify the grammatical form of aword explain: account for the use of a grammaticalform in a sentence. OCR 2015GCSE (9–1) in Latin6

2c. Content of Literature components (J282/02, J282/03, J282/04 andJ282/05)2These components are designed to develop learners’knowledge and understanding of ancient literaturethrough studying the set text listed on the oppositepage. These components assess learners’ ability toanalyse, evaluate and respond to the ancient literaturethey have studied.Learners should be able to:Learners will be required to: demonstrate knowledge and understanding ofthe set text, including identification of aspects ofcontent, culture, social practices and values, asappropriate to the text studied understand and respond to aspects of contentand the context of the set text(s) identify, explain and respond to the use ofcommon literary effects appropriate to the settext studied and the impact on the readertranslate a short passage of the set text intoEnglish analyse aspects of content, providing a personalresponse to the literature identify, explain and respond to aspects ofliterary style, as appropriate to the text studied,such as: recognise and analyse aspects of literary style,characterisation, strength of argument andliterary meaning as appropriate to the set textstudied, and the impact these might have on thereader draw together their knowledge andunderstanding of the text studied, anddemonstrate this through a written response. choice of words and word order sounds length of clauses common literary devices, such as simile,metaphor, alliteration, assonance7Learners will study the set text listed on the oppositepage for the relevant year. Each set text or group oftexts will be between 110 and 120 lines in length, andwill be examined for a maximum of two years. demonstrate an understanding of the cultural,historical and literary context in which theliterature was composed select, analyse and evaluate evidence to drawinformed conclusions and make a reasoned,evidence-based response to the material studied. OCR 2015GCSE (9–1) in Latin

OCR 2015GCSE (9–1) in LatinSummary of the Latin set texts for examination between 2018 and 2023Set text forexamination in:2018 and 2019J282/02J282/03J282/04J282/05Prose Literature AProse Literature BVerse Literature AVerse Literature BOxford Latin AnthologyCambridge Latin AnthologyCambridge Latin AnthologyOxford Classical TextFamily Life and RelationshipsDruidesvita rustica et vita urbanaA close knit familyAn ideal daughterEducation within the family, lines1–12, (quis . liberis)Bitter hatredThe power of the Druids, theireducation, their religion, TheDruids’ last standThe sights, sounds and seasons ofthe countrysideA country springThe town mouse and the countrymouseVirgil, Aeneid, 4.279–319,331–361, 381–396 and6.450–476tumultus et rebellioBoudica’s rebellionde cultu deorum et vita hominumRecipe for ha

All GCSE (9–1) qualifications offered by OCR are accredited by Ofqual, the Regulator for qualifications offered in England. The accreditation number for OCR’s GCSE (9–1) in Latin is QN601/8124/2. 1b. Why choose an OCR GCSE (9–1) in Latin? OCR’s GCSE (9–1) in Latin has been designe

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