Note the key word “guide.” You need to provide a clear analysis that is well organised rather than a disjointed piece of work that lacks coherence.
In order to produce a successful commentary, you should complete the following: 1.
As part of your planning for the Original Writing, you will have have selected a style model and looked at the linguistic strategies that it uses. This is a really important starting point as you need to make connections (A04) to your style model.
In order to write a successful commentary, analyse the language levels used in your style model. Your commentary cannot just write about your own Original Writing piece as you need to justify how they relate to your selected style model.
And for my novel (Wuthering Heights) I just focused on the first half of the book. Thanks for your help Sorry about the endless questions..
I wrote a huge plan with key words and ideas, quotes, etc, which helped me organise the similarities and differences. it's just quite disconcerting to suddenly be thrown by a piece of coursework when I've never had problems with english before!!I'm currently supposed to be doing my English Lit A2 Coursework - the one where you have to compare two books of your choice.For others who are doing it/those who have done it can anyone give advice on how you decided what to write? How do you get the "close analysis of language" in when you've got the whole of two books to focus on? My two books are Hotel du Lac and Room with a View and my question is "how does the foreign setting influence the protagonists" Any help would be appreciated because I am REALLY stuck for what to write, and this never happens to me.- I got one from the internet (just googled and found a few good excerpts) and one from a book from the library.I don't know what grade I've got for this yet, though, so I'm just offering my opinion. I think it is 26/30 for A boundary per coursework, so they mark them seperate and then aggregate the scores to get one out of 60.For example, Marjory says 'Said it was Rawdon anyway." This has been imitated in my own original writing piece through..." This does not need to be a lengthy part of the piece. Your concluding paragraph should very succinctly summarise the overall representation that you have created in your original writing piece.The General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level, or A Level, is a main school leaving qualification in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.With the notes, I made a list of similar things (ie.main character traits, themes, attitudes) and a list of differences.Can I ask what poem you chose, how you chose it, and what your question is please? Thanks for your help Sorry about the endless questions..Did you make notes on the book and poems before you wrote your plan? it's just quite disconcerting to suddenly be thrown by a piece of coursework when I've never had problems with english before!!