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Edexcel GCSE inEnglish Language(2EN01)Accredited Specification

Contents Welcome to our new English Specifications .ii Unit overview .iii Assessment overview .iv Key features.v How it can be taught .v Support .viSection A: Qualification contentSection B: Assessment.33.45Section C: Resources,support and trainingSection D: Appendicesi3.49

WelcomeDear English ColleagueOn behalf of the Edexcel English Team, I’m pleased to introduce toyou our new accredited GCSE English specifications.How to raise achievement in English in your schoolThe key ideas in our new specifications have been thoroughly tested in a pilot that givesus four years experience. The many teachers working with us will tell you that theirstudents have become more engaged, motivated and enthusiastic about English and we’vetaken much of what we’ve learned into our new specifications. Now you and yourstudents can benefit from the experience and success of others.Our simple structure keeps options open – far better for your studentsYou will be in the position of choosing either GCSE English or GCSE English Language withGCSE English Literature for your students. The content and structure of our specificationsallows you to co-teach and delay this decision until you’re sure which is best for them. Theavailability of both January and June assessments means you can enter your students forassessment when they are ready – not just at the end of their course.Content that will engage all your students – not just the fewWe’re proud of our range of set texts which retains old favourites alongside new options.And with a selection of paper-based or digital pre-release texts, you can choose the nonfiction reading that really engages your students.Supportive assessment to bring out the best in your studentsWhether they are responding to an essay or to a structured three or four part question,your students can be sure that there will be no surprises in the exams. In controlledassessment, our range of tasks enables you to find the right one for each student.Plus - an incredible range of support - so you can focus on teachingAlongside free teacher resources (including schemes of work and sample studentanswers with examiner commentary), you will receive a free CD of teaching materialswith our Poetry Anthology. In addition to the student textbooks and teachers’resources we’re publishing for each specification,you’ll also be able to get advice from our teamFind out moreof subject advisors led by Lionel BoltonWe hope you’ll want to tmore about this specificationor 0844 372 2188).andall the support that we can offeryou. All you need to do is sigYours sincerelyn up toour GCSE English10 DevelopmentEmma ClarkGroup at www.english10.co.ukThe Edexcel English Teamii

Unit overviewUnit 1: English Today A common unit with GCSE English Developing reading skills to analyse contemporary non-fiction texts Developing writing skills to express ideas and information clearly and accurately.Unit 2: The Writer’s Voice Studying written language based on EITHER anon fiction text OR a Different Cultures prose textDifferent CulturesProse Texts: Non fiction text: Touching the Void - Joe Simpson. Choice of Different Cultures prose texts commonto GCSE English Writing to analyse situations, issues or problemsfrom a familiar context using evidence to supportviews or opinions.Anita and Me – Meera SyalOf Mice and Men – John SteinbeckBalzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress– Dai SijieTo Kill a Mockingbird – Harper LeeRani and Sukh – Bali RaiHeroes – Robert CormierRiding the Black Cockatoo – John DanalisUnit 3: The Spoken Language Developing skills in Speaking and Listening Developing skills in analysing the spoken language that we hear and use Developing skills in writing for the spoken voice – a choice from speeches, stories witha focus on dialogue and scripts.iii

Assessment overviewUnit 1: English TodayControlled Assessment: available in January and June. Selection of pre-release non fiction texts to be read on screenor on paper Choice of two themes that are both meaningful to students Assessment based on two texts from the selection provided Two tasks:– reading to analyse key points such as the writer’s choice ofpresentation, image and language– writing for identified purpose and audience. Common assessment with GCSE English unit 1.20%of the overallawardUnit 2: The Writer’s VoiceExamination: one hour and 45 minutes, available in January and June. Foundation and Higher tier Two questions:– one reading response EITHER based on an extract from aDifferent Cultures prose text OR on an extract from anon fiction text– one writing task for a specified audience expressingopinions and analysing ideas on a topic relevant tostudents’ experience. Similar writing task as set for assessment in GCSE English unit 2.Unit 3: The Spoken LanguageControlled Assessment: available in January and June. Three Speaking and Listening tasks One spoken language study: a commentary on two examples ofspoken language that students have listened to during their study One writing task: from a choice of speeches, stories with a focuson dialogue, and scripts.40%of the overallaward40%of the overallawardControlled Assessment: how we make it simple and straightforward for youControlled Assessment is the replacement for coursework and the main difference is simply that your studentsnow produce their work in school under your supervision within a specified amount of time. We will always giveclear guidance on each element: how you or we set the tasks, how students should complete the tasks (and whatresources they can have access to), and how you should mark the tasks – so you’ll know exactly what to do.Students can do the work when it suits your planning and you can ‘bank’ it for submission later in the year.iv

GCSE English LanguageKey features Flexible – you can co-teach this specification alongside our GCSE English which meansyou can make a late decision whether to enter your students for either GCSE English orGCSE English Language and GCSE English LiteratureChoice – a wider range of texts gives you greater flexibility to choose areas of interestand relevance to you and your studentsPre-released materials – made available at the start of the year to assist in focusingyour teaching and to help your students prepare for assessmentStructure – there are three units with opportunity for staged assessment in January andJune, enabling you to enter students when they are ready, not just at the end of their courseComprehensive support – extensive free support for teaching and learning withschemes of work, detailed lesson plans and exemplar materials trialled by teachers andstudents across the country.How it can be taughtalongsideGCSEEnglishLiteraturealongside GCSEEnglish Literatureand GCSE EnglishStudies: e2GCSEsGCSEEnglish Studies:DigitalCommunication3GCSEs

SupportFrom real peopleEmail our English Subject Advisor, Lionel Bolton, and his team atEnglishSubjectAdvisor@edexcelexperts.co.ukCall the English Subject Advisor team on 0844 372 2188Call Customer Services for general administrative enquiries about delivering our Englishqualifications on 0844 576 0027Discussion forum: the English forum can be found at www.edexcel.com/communitiesSubmit a question online to ‘Ask Edexcel’ service at www.edexcel.com/askTraining: an extensive programme of training events to support you in teaching thenew specifications throughout the yearFace-to-face support from your Curriculum Development Manager (CDM), who will provide:– advice, guidance and support– curriculum and quality updates– policy and curriculum planning for senior managers– professional development training.Your nearest Regional Office will put you in touch with your CDM.You can contact them using the following numbers:Birmingham 0121 616 2585 Bristol 0117 950 1908 Cardiff 0292 079 4865 Manchester 0161 855 7560Comprehensive Teaching ResourcesWritten by an expert team of senior examiners and practising teachersFREE to all centres:Teachers’ Guide to the specification including curriculum models, schemes of work, teachingtips for new aspects of the specification, student work with examiner commentary.Published resources also available:accessible Student Books to help all students make progressDigital Resources to engage all students.To evaluate these resources for free, please call Pearson Education on 0845 630 33 33, quoting theISBN: 978-1-84690-640-4.Easy to find supporting documentsVisit our GCSE English website www.english10.co.uk where you’ll find mark schemes, resources andcomprehensive guidance, support and up to date information all in one central place.For further details of our comprehensive support package turn to section C.vi

GCSEEnglish LanguageSpecificationEdexcel GCSE in English Language (2EN01)First teaching September 2010

IntroductionThe Edexcel GCSE in English Language is designed for use in schools and colleges. It is partof a suite of GCSE qualifications offered by Edexcel.The Edexcel GCSE in English Language must be taken with Edexcel GCSE in EnglishLiterature.About this specification The Edexcel GCSE in English Language has been developed to meet the KS4 Programmeof Study for English Language. This qualification has a three-unit structure to allow students to develop skills inanalysing language and writing skills for imaginative and practical tasks, as well asspeaking and listening skills. The qualification provides the opportunity to explore the ways spoken language worksand to write for the spoken voice in a variety of forms. Each unit offers a range of texts: familiar and new literary texts as well as a selection ofpaper-based and digital non-fiction texts for language study. The content and structure of the Edexcel GCSE in English Language qualification providesoptions for common teaching and learning with the Edexcel GCSE in English and theEdexcel GCSE in English Literature qualifications. The requirements for the teaching aspects of Functional Skills are addressed in thisqualification.Students must abide by the statutory requirements for the study of English at KeyStage 4. Please see page 35 for England, Wales and Northern Irelandrequirements.

ContentsSpecification at a glance1AQualification content3National Qualifications Framework (NQF) criteria3Key subject aims3Knowledge, skills and understanding3Unit 1: English Today5Overview5Details of texts to be studied5Assessment6Unit content7Controlled assessment — Studying written language (reading) task8Assessment criteria for Studying written language (reading) task10Controlled assessment — Writing task11Assessment criteria for Writing task13Unit 2: The Writer’s VoiceOverview15Details of texts to be studied15Assessment16Unit 3: Spoken LanguageB1519Overview19Details of spoken language to be studied20Assessment20Unit content21Controlled assessment — Speaking and Listening tasks22Assessment criteria for Speaking and Listening tasks23Assessment criteria for Speaking and Listening tasks23Controlled assessment — Spoken Language Study task26Assessment criteria for Spoken Language Study task28Controlled assessment — Writing for the Spoken Voice (Writing) task29Assessment criteria for Writing for the Spoken Voice (Writing) task31Assessment33Assessment summary33Assessment Objectives and weightings34Relationship of Assessment Objectives to units35Entering your students for assessment35Statutory requirements35Student entry35

Forbidden combinations and classification code36Access arrangements and special requirements36Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)37Controlled assessmentCD37Summary of conditions for controlled assessment37Internal standardisation38Authentication38Further information38Assessing your students39Awarding and reporting39Unit results40Qualification results41Resitting of units41Language of assessment41Quality of written communication42Stretch and challenge42Functional element42Malpractice and plagiarism42Student recruitment42Prior learning43Progression43Grade descriptions43Resources, support and training45FREE Teacher Support Materials45Edexcel published resources45Training46Edexcel support services46Endorsed resources47Appendices49Appendix 1Key skills51Appendix 2Wider curriculum53Appendix 3Codes55Appendix 4Controlled Assessment Record Sheets57Appendix 5Prescribed texts61

Specification at a glanceThe Edexcel GCSE in English Language comprises three units: Unit 1: English Today Unit 2: The Writer’s Voice Unit 3: Spoken Language.Unit 1: English Today*Unit code: 5EH01 Internally assessed under controlled conditions. Shared unit with the Edexcel GCSE in English. Availability: January and June. First assessment: January 2011.20% of the total GCSEOverview of content English in the daily world – study of a range of onscreen and/or on paper texts. Developing studying written language (reading) skills to analyse contemporary non-fiction texts. Developing writing skills to express ideas and information clearly and accurately.Overview of assessment The unit is internally assessed under controlled conditions, and externally moderated by Edexcel. One reading task and one writing task completed on a choice of two themes set by Edexcel. Task taking time will be up to two hours for each task (four hours in total). The total number of marks available is 40.*See Appendix 3 for description of this code and all other codes relevant to this qualification.Edexcel GCSEin English LanguageSpecification Edexcel Limited 20091

Unit 2: The Writer’s Voice*Unit code (Foundation): 5EN2F*Unit code (Higher): 5EN2H Externally assessed. Availability: January and June. First assessment: June 2011.40% of the total GCSEOverview of content Developing studying written language (reading) skills in analysing writers’ choices of linguistic,grammatical and structural features. The study of one text from the Edexcel list specified in the unit. Developing writing skills to respond to situations, issues or problems and to use supporting evidence.Overview of assessment The unit is assessed through a 1 hour and 45 minute examination, set and marked by Edexcel,available at both Foundation Tier and Higher Tier. The Foundation Tier paper has grades C–G available; the Higher Tier paper has grades A*–D available(with E available). There are two sections to the examination paper. Students must answer one question on the textthey have studied in Section A and one writing question from a choice of two in Section B. Clean copies of the text may be used in the examination. The total number of marks available is 64.Unit 3: Spoken Language Internally assessed under controlled conditions. Availability: January and June. First assessment: June 2011.*Unit code: 5EN0340% of the total GCSEOverview of content Developing skills in Speaking and Listening. Developing skills in analysing the spoken language that we hear and use. Developing skills in writing spoken language by analysing language from a range of sources.Overview of assessment The unit is internally assessed under controlled conditions, and externally moderated by Edexcel. Three speaking and listening tasks, one spoken language study task and one writing spoken languagetask will be completed. Task taking time will be up to two hours for both the spoken language study task and the writing forthe spoken voice task (four hours in total). The total number of marks available is 96.*See Appendix 3 for description of this code and all other codes relevant to this qualification.2 Edexcel Limited 2009SpecificationEdexcel GCSEin English Language

AQualification contentNational Qualifications Framework (NQF) criteriaThis specification complies with the requirements of the commoncriteria, the GCSE qualification criteria, the subject criteria for EnglishLanguage and the Key Stage 4 Programme of Study for EnglishLanguage, which are prescribed by the regulatory authorities.Key subject aimsThe Edexcel GCSE in English Language qualification enables studentsto: demonstrate skills in speaking, listening, reading and writingnecessary to communicate with others confidently, effectively,precisely and appropriately express themselves creatively and imaginatively become critical readers of a range of texts, including multimodaltexts use reading to develop their own skills as writers understand the patterns, structures and conventions of written andspoken language understand the impact of variations in spoken and written languageand how they relate to identity and cultural diversity select and adapt speech and writing to different situations andaudiences.Knowledge, skills and understandingThis Edexcel GCSE in English Language qualification requires studentsto develop their knowledge, skills and understanding of language andits use to:Edexcel GCSEin English Language engage with and make fresh connections between ideas, texts,words and images analyse spoken and written language, exploring impact and how it isachieved understand how spoken language and written language evolve inresponse to changes in society and technology and how this processrelates to identity and cultural diversity.Specification Edexcel Limited 20093

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Unit 1: English TodayUnit 1: English TodayInternally assessed unit — common to both GCSE in English andGCSE in English LanguageOverviewThe focus of this unit is English in the daily world. Students willstudy a range of text types to be read on screen and/or on paper.They will have the opportunity to: develop studying written language (reading) skills to analyseand respond to the ideas, images and words in the texts andappreciate different readers’ responses develop writing skills appropriate for different audiences andpurposes, expressing the ideas and information clearly,precisely and accurately using the conventions of writtenlanguage.Students will complete two tasks – one studying written language(reading) task and one writing task. Task taking time will be upto two hours for each task (four hours in total).Theme and text choiceThere will be a choice of two themed selections of texts whichwill be made available for centres before the start of theacademic year. Centres will choose one theme on which to focus their studyto complete both the reading and writing tasks. There will be six texts provided by Edexcel on each theme. From this selection of texts students will study two texts fortheir tasks.Details of texts to be studiedThree onscreen texts and three paper-based texts will beprovided on each theme.Edexcel GCSEin English Language Onscreen texts will be drawn from digital technologies, forinstance: digital videos, websites, social networking sites,podcasts, blogs, forums, online newspapers/magazines andadvertisements. These texts must be viewed on screen. Paper-based texts will be drawn from print-based media, forinstance: newspapers, magazines, advertisements, leafletsand brochures.Specification Edexcel Limited 20095

Unit 1: English TodayAssessmentAssessment summaryThis unit represents 20% of the total assessment weighting ofthe GCSE. It is available in January and June and will beinternally assessed under controlled conditions. This unit isuntiered.Assessment Objectives covered: AO3 – Studying written language: 10% AO4 – Writing: 10%Details of tasksStudents will complete two tasks – one studying writtenlanguage (reading) task and one writing task. The focus of alltasks will be on students responding to themes that are relevantto them.Task one – Studying written language (reading)One task will be set where students will be asked to comment ontwo texts from the chosen theme. Students must study two textsfrom the material provided by Edexcel.In their response to the task, students will: make comparisons between texts select appropriate details from texts to support ideas explore how writers use presentation and language tocommunicate their ideas and perspectives in the two texts.Task two – WritingStudents will be asked to complete one task from a choice of twoon the chosen theme.In their response to the task, students will demonstrate theirability to:6 make choices in their writing that are appropriate to audienceand purpose make sure spelling, punctuation and grammatical structuresare accurate and appropriate for purpose and effect. Edexcel Limited 2009SpecificationEdexcel GCSEin English Language

Unit 1: English TodayUnit contentStudying written language (reading)In developing their studying written language (reading) skills,students will engage with a range of contemporary texts tounderstand how writers construct meaning through words,sentences, images and whole texts. They will examine the waysin which texts may be interpreted differently by different readers.WritingIn developing their writing skills, students will use theirunderstanding to create a written text selecting a format suitedto the audience and purpose. They will select content and adaptthe style and language as appropriate.Opportunities to deliver Functional EnglishThis unit has been designed to cover the teaching aspects ofFunctional English in reading and writing. Therefore, all skills inreading to be assessed in Functional English examinations maybe taught as part of this unit. Equally, students’ ability to respondto a specified brief of audience and purpose and the emphasis onaccuracy and effect of writing are important in functional writingassessments.Students will also benefit from the opportunities in this unit toprepare for functional speaking and listening assessment.Edexcel GCSEin English LanguageSpecification Edexcel Limited 20097

Unit 1: English TodayControlled assessment — Studying written language (reading) taskTask setting: High controlA high level of control means that Edexcel will set the task forstudents to complete. Centres may contextualise the taskthrough their choice of texts studied.The task must be answered on two texts from a chosen theme.Two themes with onscreen and paper-based texts will be setevery year.When will the tasks be available?The task, with the two themes and their texts, will be madeavailable for centres before the start of the academic year.These will be available to download from the Edexcel website.Each task will be valid for both the January and June examinationseries.The themes and texts for the task will be replaced each year.When should the tasks be made available to students?Students should have access to the task and texts as soon asthey are suitably prepared.Task taking: High controlPreparationStudents’ preparation for the task should include the developmentof reading skills. Preparation may take place under informalsupervision. Preparation should take half of the time allocatedto this unit or approximately 10% of the GCSE. Feedback: teachers may support students through thepreparation process. Collaboration: students’ preparation may be informed byworking in groups, but they must provide an individualresponse to the task. Resources: when preparing, students should use the rangeof appropriate resources available to the centre. The samerange of resources must be made available to all studentswithin a centre. These could include:–the internet–onscreen and paper-based texts on chosen theme–notes made in class.The controlled assessmentA high level of control means that the completion of the taskmust be under controlled conditions. This means that studentsshould be supervised whilst they are completing their responses.8 Edexcel Limited 2009SpecificationEdexcel GCSEin English Language

Unit 1: English TodayControlled conditionsStudents must not prepare a draft response in advance of thecontrolled assessment. They will be able to complete the taskonly when supervised. If this takes place over more than onesession, students’ materials must be collected in at the end ofeach session, stored securely and handed back at the beginningof the next session. The task must be collected at the end of thecontrolled assessment.Students must write their responses individually, withoutintervention or assistance from others.Students may have access to: texts without any annotation notes, which must be checked to ensure they do not includea pre-prepared draft. Notes can include bullet or numberedpoints on themes, ideas and linguistic features. Notes mustnot include continuous phrases or paragraphs which couldconstitute a draft response. Please see Edexcel supportmaterials for further guidance.Students must not have access to: a draft of their response a dictionary or thesaurus grammar or spell-check programs.Information and communication technologyStudents may use IT equipment to complete their controlledassessment but centres must ensure that student IT equipmentdoes not have internet, dictionaries, thesauri, grammar orspell-check program access, and that there is no access toany pre-prepared materials on the hard drive.TimeCentres should allow up to two hours for students to completethe task. This time may be distributed over one or more sessionsat the centre’s discretion.AuthenticationStudents’ work must be authenticated.Task marking: Medium controlA medium level of control means that teachers mark thecontrolled assessment task using the assessment criteriaprovided in this unit.Edexcel will externally moderate the marking.Edexcel will provide support to teachers on task markingin the Teacher Support Materials.Edexcel GCSEin English LanguageSpecification Edexcel Limited 20099

Unit 1: English TodayAssessment criteria for Studying written language (reading) taskAssessment Objective:*English – AO2 (i), (ii) and (iii)/English Language – AO3 (i), (ii) and Descriptor No rewardable material. Limited (or no) comparisons. Limited (or no) exploration of the ideas of the writer(s). Comments on images, presentation and language are brief and partial. The selection of examples is limited and/or irrelevant. Some comparisons. Some exploration of the ideas of the writers. Comments on images, presentation and language are included butundeveloped. The selection of examples is valid but undeveloped. Sound comparisons. Clear exploration of the ideas and perspectives of the writers. Comments on images, presentation and language are sound. The selection of examples is appropriate; shows some support of thepoints being made. Specific and detailed comparisons. Thorough exploration of the ideas and perspectives of the writers. Comments on images, presentation and language are detailed. The selection of examples is detailed, appropriate and supports the pointsbeing made. Discriminating comparisons showing insight. Perceptive exploration of the ideas and perspectives of the writers. Comments on images, presentation and language are perceptive. The selection of examples is discriminating; fully supports the pointsbeing made.*This is a shared unit so the Assessment Objectives reference both the GCSE English and theGCSE English Language. Only the Assessment Objectives for English Language are applicable.More information on the Assessment Objectives can be found on page 34.10 Edexcel Limited 2009SpecificationEdexcel GCSEin English Language

Unit 1: English TodayControlled assessment — Writing taskTask setting: High controlA high level of control means that Edexcel will set the task forstudents to complete.Two tasks will be set on the chosen theme, from which studentsmust complete one.When will the tasks be available?The tasks will be made available for centres before the start ofthe academic year. These will be available to download from theEdexcel website.The tasks will be valid for both the January and June examinationseries.The tasks will be replaced each year.When should the tasks be made available to students?Students should have access to the tasks as soon as they aresuitably prepared.Task taking: High controlPreparationStudents’ preparation for the task should include the developmentof writing skills. Preparation may take place under informalsupervision. Preparation should take half the time allocatedto this unit or approximately 10% of the GCSE. Feedback: teachers may support students through thepreparation process. Collaboration: students’ preparation may be informed byworking in groups, but they must provide an individualresponse to the task. Resources: when preparing, students should use the rangeof appropriate resources available to the centre. The samerange of resources must be made available to all studentswithin a centre. These could include:–the internet–onscreen and paper-based texts on chosen theme–notes made in class.The controlled assessmentA high level of control means that completion of the task must beunder controlled conditions. This means that students should besupervised whilst they are writing up their responses.Edexcel GCSEi

The Edexcel GCSE in English Language is designed for use in schools and colleges. It is part of a suite of GCSE qualifications offered by Edexcel. The Edexcel GCSE in English Language must be taken with Edexcel GCSE in

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