June 2015 paper

By Jenny Hunter-Phillips 03 May 17:15
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Question 1aRead Source 1, the online article, ‘“Info ladies” go biking to bring remote Bangladeshi villages
online’ and answer the questions below:
1 (a) List four things we learn about the ‘Info ladies’.
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Question 1b1 (b) What do you understand about the work the ‘Info ladies’ do in Bangladesh?
Remember to:
 show your understanding by using your own words
 support your ideas with the text.
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Question 2Now read Source 2, ‘Open Road’, an extract from the autobiography of Bradley Wiggins.
2 What do you understand about how Bradley Wiggins prepares for a big race from the
extract?
Remember to:
 show your understanding by using your own words
 support your ideas with the text.
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Question 3Now read Source 3, ‘Manchester to Blackpool Night Ride’, a leaflet from the British Heart
Foundation.
3 How does the writer use language features for effect in the leaflet?
Remember to:
 give some examples of language features
 explain the effects.
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Question 4Now look again at Source 1 and Source 3.
4 Compare the ways they use presentational features for effect.
Remember to:
 write about the ways the sources are presented
 explain the effect of the presentational features
 compare the way they look.

Slides in June 2015 paper

Read Source 1, the online article, ‘“Info ladies” go biking to bring remote Bangladeshi villages online’ and answer the questions below: 1 (a) List four things we learn about the ‘Info ladies’.
1 (b) What do you understand about the work the ‘Info ladies’ do in Bangladesh? Remember to:  show your understanding by using your own words  support your ideas with the text.
Now read Source 2, ‘Open Road’, an extract from the autobiography of Bradley Wiggins. 2 What do you understand about how Bradley Wiggins prepares for a big race from the extract? Remember to:  show your understanding by using your own words  support your ideas with the text.
Now read Source 3, ‘Manchester to Blackpool Night Ride’, a leaflet from the British Heart Foundation. 3 How does the writer use language features for effect in the leaflet? Remember to:  give some examples of language features  explain the effects.
Now look again at Source 1 and Source 3. 4 Compare the ways they use presentational features for effect. Remember to:  write about the ways the sources are presented  explain the effect of the presentational features  compare the way they look.
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