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So question 2 and 3 are 8 marks each, so I would try to answer those question in 8 minutes each. Given you also have time to plan, in total you should spend around 10 minutes answering those questions.
If you are really confident on certain questions, and you answer them much quicker then others, I wouldn't worry. You might be good at language and weaker on structure, so if you want to spend less time on language and more time on structure, then you can.
AQA English Language Paper 1 - Section A Walkthrough
These timings are guidelines and not a strict set of rules. If you roughly follow these timings, then you should have plenty enough time to answer all your questions, with time spare to read through them and check. As long as you give yourself at least 40 minutes to answer Section B, you should be fine.
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Some suggestions generated by students are on slide four. I find that suggesting evaluative adverbs is helpful as a way of flagging up their evaluative thinking slide 6. There is quite a lot for the students to do in this question.
However, I felt it was important to ensure students felt able to recognise elements of exam-specific analytical writing — and to utilise them to good effect — without relying on a mechanistic, PEE-style approach, hence some paragraphs opening with analysis and others making more synthesised points about what they had understood. Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window.