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A Level English Language (including exam)

Key Points

  • Understand how English is used as a communication tool
  • Develop your writing skills
  • Understand linguistic frameworks

 

  • AQA Exam included (AQA Specification: 7702)
  • Allows you to progress to university level study
  • Dedicated tutor to guide you throughout your learning

Studying your A Level

Language is seen as a creative tool of expression and a means of social connection.

Throughout your A Level study, you’ll learn advanced language skills that you can utilise in a variety of ways. You’ll be able to use the knowledge gained to write for a broad range of different audiences and purposes.

This A Level will cover textual variations and representations, language diversity and original writing skills. You’ll be able to confidently pursue lines of enquiry, debate different views and research aspects of language.

Included in this course are the exams needed to gain your qualification.

The exam will include:

  • Questions requiring analysis of texts
  • Questions requiring comparison between texts
  • A discursive essay on language diversity and development
  • An evaluative essay on language diversity and change

Exams will take place at an official exam centre in May/June. Exam bookings will be made each January for the following May/June by one of our higher education team. Exam location will depend on which centres are open. The team member arranging the exam for each student will always recommend the centre closest to the address of the learner.

The exams allow you to apply the knowledge gained throughout your learning. You will need to demonstrate the use of appropriate methods of language analysis, associated terminology and coherent written expression. As well as a critical understanding of concepts and issues relevant to language use.

Getting Started

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is one of the UK’s leading online learning providers. So you’re able to start learning without affecting your other commitments.

You won’t have to attend class in order to progress with your course just log in and begin learning.

You’re in complete control of your learning so you’re able to study whenever is best for you. And at whatever pace works best too.

However, that doesn’t mean you’ll be completely alone as an expert tutor will guide you throughout your studies.

Upon completion of this course, you’ll develop skills you can utilise academically and professionally in many areas. If you choose to further your study with English Language at university you could find yourself in many rewarding careers. A Level English Language could be the first step to becoming a journalist, copywriter, publisher or lexicographer.

As you progress through your course, you will study the following modules:

  • Introduction to English Language
  • Introduction to language levels
  • Analysing texts with a specific focus on mode: speech, computer-mediated communication and genre
  • Introduction to language diversity, considering language and the individual, social groups and regional variation
  • Developing textual analysis skills
  • Analysing texts with a specific focus on representation
  • Non-exam assessment: original writing - working with style models
  • Developing language diversity: with a specific focus on gender, occupation and ethnicity
  • Attitudes towards language diversity
  • How and why does language change?
  • Non-exam assessment: language investigation
  • Introduction to children's language development
  • Examine stages and theories of children's language development
  • Non-exam assessment: language investigation
  • Non-exam assessment: original writing
  • Developing language diversity
  • Explore issues linked to World Englishes and consider attitudes towards language in use
  • Developing language change
  • Explore reasons for change. Develop ideas about attitudes towards language change.
  • Developing textual analysis skills
  • Developing children's language acquisition
  • Exam preparation and revision

At the end of each unit there is an assignment to complete. Once this has been completed and submitted to your tutor he or she will respond with your grade as well as detailed feedback. Following successful completion of each unit you’ll be exam ready!

All instalment plans must be paid and up to date before an exam can be booked. In addition, exams cannot be booked for dates before the final payment is successfully made. For example, if two monthly payments are due in the future, an exam can be booked, but the exam date will be after the final payment is received.

Tutors & Exams

Tutors and Exams provides examination and assessment facilities primarily aimed at private and home educated candidates.

Tutors and Exams currently have six examination centres located around the country: Bolton, Coventry, Doncaster, St Neots Cambridgeshire, Taunton and Wimbledon. All are approved for examination delivery by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ).

OUR PASS RATE
A-Levels
96%
(National Average 81.4%)

A Level English Language (including exam)

Key Points

  • Understand how English is used as a communication tool
  • Develop your writing skills
  • Understand linguistic frameworks

 

  • AQA Exam included (AQA Specification: 7702)
  • Allows you to progress to university level study
  • Dedicated tutor to guide you throughout your learning

Studying your A Level

Language is seen as a creative tool of expression and a means of social connection.

Throughout your A Level study, you’ll learn advanced language skills that you can utilise in a variety of ways. You’ll be able to use the knowledge gained to write for a broad range of different audiences and purposes.

This A Level will cover textual variations and representations, language diversity and original writing skills. You’ll be able to confidently pursue lines of enquiry, debate different views and research aspects of language.

Included in this course are the exams needed to gain your qualification.

The exam will include:

  • Questions requiring analysis of texts
  • Questions requiring comparison between texts
  • A discursive essay on language diversity and development
  • An evaluative essay on language diversity and change

Exams will take place at an official exam centre in May/June. Exam bookings will be made each January for the following May/June by one of our higher education team. Exam location will depend on which centres are open. The team member arranging the exam for each student will always recommend the centre closest to the address of the learner.

The exams allow you to apply the knowledge gained throughout your learning. You will need to demonstrate the use of appropriate methods of language analysis, associated terminology and coherent written expression. As well as a critical understanding of concepts and issues relevant to language use.

Getting Started

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is one of the UK’s leading online learning providers. So you’re able to start learning without affecting your other commitments.

You won’t have to attend class in order to progress with your course just log in and begin learning.

You’re in complete control of your learning so you’re able to study whenever is best for you. And at whatever pace works best too.

However, that doesn’t mean you’ll be completely alone as an expert tutor will guide you throughout your studies.

Upon completion of this course, you’ll develop skills you can utilise academically and professionally in many areas. If you choose to further your study with English Language at university you could find yourself in many rewarding careers. A Level English Language could be the first step to becoming a journalist, copywriter, publisher or lexicographer.

A-Levels
OUR PASS RATE
(National Average 81.4%)
96%

As you progress through your course, you will study the following modules:

  • Introduction to English Language
  • Introduction to language levels
  • Analysing texts with a specific focus on mode: speech, computer-mediated communication and genre
  • Introduction to language diversity, considering language and the individual, social groups and regional variation
  • Developing textual analysis skills
  • Analysing texts with a specific focus on representation
  • Non-exam assessment: original writing - working with style models
  • Developing language diversity: with a specific focus on gender, occupation and ethnicity
  • Attitudes towards language diversity
  • How and why does language change?
  • Non-exam assessment: language investigation
  • Introduction to children's language development
  • Examine stages and theories of children's language development
  • Non-exam assessment: language investigation
  • Non-exam assessment: original writing
  • Developing language diversity
  • Explore issues linked to World Englishes and consider attitudes towards language in use
  • Developing language change
  • Explore reasons for change. Develop ideas about attitudes towards language change.
  • Developing textual analysis skills
  • Developing children's language acquisition
  • Exam preparation and revision

At the end of each unit there is an assignment to complete. Once this has been completed and submitted to your tutor he or she will respond with your grade as well as detailed feedback. Following successful completion of each unit you’ll be exam ready!

All instalment plans must be paid and up to date before an exam can be booked. In addition, exams cannot be booked for dates before the final payment is successfully made. For example, if two monthly payments are due in the future, an exam can be booked, but the exam date will be after the final payment is received.

Tutors & Exams

Tutors and Exams provides examination and assessment facilities primarily aimed at private and home educated candidates.

Tutors and Exams currently have six examination centres located around the country: Bolton, Coventry, Doncaster, St Neots Cambridgeshire, Taunton and Wimbledon. All are approved for examination delivery by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ).

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