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GCSE (9-1) English Language (including exam)

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  • 120 guided learning hours

GCSE (9-1) English Language (including exam)

  • Enhance your creative writing skills
  • Explore the mechanics of the English Language
  • Understand the importance of perspective

 

  • Pearsons exams included in the course bundle
  • Opens up new exciting avenues of study
  • Study around your existing commitments

Studying your GCSE

GCSE English Language helps you to develop and enhance your skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening.

English Language is the more scientific side of English. It focuses on the nature of English and explores language in segments such as syntax, morphology and phonology. This differs from Literature which concerns itself with thematic content.

The course will help you understand how writers’ viewpoints and perspectives on issues or themes feature in their works. These can be surrounding the way we think or the way we live our lives.

Incorporating narrative and descriptive techniques you will take what you have learned and blend it with your own creative writing.

Included in this course are the Pearsons exams needed to gain your qualification. The exams will test your understanding of language concepts learnt throughout the course through short, long and extended answer questions.

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.

You’ll need to show a broad range of skills including critical and analytical thinking on a variety of different texts. As well as be able to write creatively and accurately about language principles.

GCSE English Language allows you to progress onto further and higher education courses including A Level English and humanities subjects.

Our GCSE English course was written by subject specialists who specialise in Further and Adult Education.

This means the material is tailored to you, instead of talking down to you.

Getting Started

Because all of our courses are online, you can study at home, at your own pace without committing to regular lesson times. As long as you have a computer and an internet connection you are ready to go!

You’ll start with a short assessment to find out where your strengths are, and which areas may need some improvement. The only specific deadline to work towards is your exam – exam sittings are held once per year in May or June, with a resit opportunity in November for those who meet specific criteria.

You’ll receive access to all the online lessons and lots of practice activities, guided by our system every step of the way. Each lesson concludes with a short quiz which will help you to decide whether you’re ready to move on.

At the end of each lesson, you test your learning and understanding by taking an online quiz. These quizzes contain large randomly generated question banks. So, you can retake each quiz as many times as you want until you feel you have mastered each lesson.

Pursuing your career

A GCSE in English language allows you to go on to complete either an A-level, an RQF or an Access to HE Diploma. All of these are key qualifications to equip you to go on to study English or a social science at degree level.

This GCSE English language course covers the Pearson GCSE (9-1) English Language qualification specification, it includes:

  • Writing – This unit looks at the best way to write different pieces of text. It covers vocabulary, grammar, punctuation and spelling, as well as how to improve your writing structure and make it interesting for the reader. This includes many different types of texts, from blogs to narratives, letters to newspaper articles. 
  • Reading – This unit looks at how to understand, evaluate and compare different types of texts, including extracts from fictional and non-fictional novels by known authors. You’ll also learn about features and structures of texts that will help with your own writing.

At the end of each lesson you test your learning and understanding by taking an online quiz. These quizzes contain large randomly generated question banks so you can retake each quiz as many times as you want until you feel you have mastered each lesson.

GCSE (9-1) English Language (including exam)

  • Enhance your creative writing skills
  • Explore the mechanics of the English Language
  • Understand the importance of perspective

 

  • Pearsons exams included in the course bundle
  • Opens up new exciting avenues of study
  • Study around your existing commitments

Studying your GCSE

GCSE English Language helps you to develop and enhance your skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening.

English Language is the more scientific side of English. It focuses on the nature of English and explores language in segments such as syntax, morphology and phonology. This differs from Literature which concerns itself with thematic content.

The course will help you understand how writers’ viewpoints and perspectives on issues or themes feature in their works. These can be surrounding the way we think or the way we live our lives.

Incorporating narrative and descriptive techniques you will take what you have learned and blend it with your own creative writing.

Included in this course are the Pearsons exams needed to gain your qualification. The exams will test your understanding of language concepts learnt throughout the course through short, long and extended answer questions.

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.

You’ll need to show a broad range of skills including critical and analytical thinking on a variety of different texts. As well as be able to write creatively and accurately about language principles.

GCSE English Language allows you to progress onto further and higher education courses including A Level English and humanities subjects.

Our GCSE English course was written by subject specialists who specialise in Further and Adult Education.

This means the material is tailored to you, instead of talking down to you.

Getting Started

Because all of our courses are online, you can study at home, at your own pace without committing to regular lesson times. As long as you have a computer and an internet connection you are ready to go!

You’ll start with a short assessment to find out where your strengths are, and which areas may need some improvement. The only specific deadline to work towards is your exam – exam sittings are held once per year in May or June, with a resit opportunity in November for those who meet specific criteria.

You’ll receive access to all the online lessons and lots of practice activities, guided by our system every step of the way. Each lesson concludes with a short quiz which will help you to decide whether you’re ready to move on.

At the end of each lesson, you test your learning and understanding by taking an online quiz. These quizzes contain large randomly generated question banks. So, you can retake each quiz as many times as you want until you feel you have mastered each lesson.

Pursuing your career

A GCSE in English language allows you to go on to complete either an A-level, an RQF or an Access to HE Diploma. All of these are key qualifications to equip you to go on to study English or a social science at degree level.

This GCSE English language course covers the Pearson GCSE (9-1) English Language qualification specification, it includes:

  • Writing – This unit looks at the best way to write different pieces of text. It covers vocabulary, grammar, punctuation and spelling, as well as how to improve your writing structure and make it interesting for the reader. This includes many different types of texts, from blogs to narratives, letters to newspaper articles. 
  • Reading – This unit looks at how to understand, evaluate and compare different types of texts, including extracts from fictional and non-fictional novels by known authors. You’ll also learn about features and structures of texts that will help with your own writing.

At the end of each lesson you test your learning and understanding by taking an online quiz. These quizzes contain large randomly generated question banks so you can retake each quiz as many times as you want until you feel you have mastered each lesson.

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