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Friday, 13 November 2015
AIC: Preparing for Full Past Paper
Learning Objectives
• To re-cap the expectations of the Modern Texts exam.
• To understand how to produce Band 5^ PEA
paragraphs.
• To be able to prepare to achieve B5^
Key Words
Analysis
DO IT NOW
Write 2-3 sentences that use these numbers to explain
the Modern Texts Exam:
1
2
90
2
45
15
30
6
Mini-Plenary: Feedback
90
2
2
45
6
mins
sections (AIC+ OMAM)
1
options for AIC, pick
in total: 15 to plan &
PEAs
To re-cap the expectations of the Modern Texts exam.
30
to write
What makes successful PEA?
1. Look at the PEA on your sheet.
2. Colour-code + annotate each one with:
P
E
A
 technique
 zoom-in
 focus on question
3. They are all Band 5 and above – why?
4. Do any of the answers exhibit ORIGINALITY to
move up towards a Band 6?
To understand how to produce Band 5^ PEA paragraphs.
What initial impression do you get of Inspector
Goole?
Student A
The introduction of Inspector Goole is
presented by a description of his physical
appearance which had given an impression of
Goole being intimidating and mysterious:
“dressed in a dark and plain suit.” The
darkness of his suit emphasises the creepy
essence of Goole’s name; in reference to
“ghoul.” The “plain” suit that Goole wears also
adds a mysterious effect as he enters,
indicating a lack of background history or
information.
To understand how to produce Band 5^ PEA paragraphs.
What initial impression do you get of Inspector
Goole?
Student B
Goole seems to be very intimidating: “The
girl’s dead though.” The fact that Goole
uses short sentences shows that he is
getting straight to the point, these short
sentences have a huge impact on how
Goole comes across. In fact ,this is way
Goole pressures people to breaking point
the way he states the obvious and doesn’t
feel the need to rephrase it to sound better.
To understand how to produce Band 5^ PEA paragraphs.
What initial impression do you get of Inspector
Goole?
Student C
Inspector Goole lays slowly a trap towards his prey:
“…she felt she was settling down nicely, they told
her she’d have to go.” The initial impression you get
from this quote is he wants to create sympathy
towards Eva Smith before Milwards fired her. The
phrase “settling down nicely” suggests she was
happy that she had a job to feed herself and loved
working or this could suggest after the Birlings’ fired
her she had no place to go until Milwards took her
on board and finally had something to live for. This
creates the impression that the Inspector knows
everything already but still wants to create the guilt
in the Birlings for what they have done.
To understand how to produce Band 5^ PEA paragraphs.
What initial impression do you get of Inspector
Goole?
Student D
Priestley makes Inspector Goole look like a
smooth operator through his systematic
methods of working with people. For
example: “one line of enquiry at a time.”
The word “line” shows how the inspector is
extremely organised and wise in his
approach. Also the word “time”
emphasises that he is careful and a
perfectionist.
What initial impression do you get of Inspector
Goole?
Student E
The initial impression I get of Inspector Goole is that he is
very dominant and controlling: “one person and one line of
enquiry.” This sentence has a huge impact creating a
sound of the abrupt tone of his voice. He’s very
controlling, having a vast amount of authority in this
situation. “one” – the way it has been phrased is a
command and clearly reveals the inspector’s power.
Furthermore, the way the inspector specifically wants one
at time shows his order and structure in his way. He has a
tactical way of finding out things and has certain
techniques in order to get the response he requires.
To understand how to produce Band 5^ PEA paragraphs.
Mini-Plenary:
4 #success in PEA…….
To understand how to produce Band 5^ PEA paragraphs.
Training
In the exam:
90 minute exam
This time:
Shared reading
100 minute lesson
15 mins to plan
Plan in advance
30 mins to write
50 mins to write
5 minute PEA
8 minute PEA
To be able to prepare to achieve B5^
Your exam paper
Remember:
AIC – choice of 2, pick 1
OMAM – no choice, 2 parts.
To be able to prepare to achieve B5^
Let’s start with OMAM
(a) Reading
• Picking quotes
• Labelling techniques
(b) Brainstorming your 2 or 3 other quotes
to use.
To be able to prepare to achieve B5^
Now…AIC.
Key Pages for
Mr Birling
4, 6-8, 14, 33,
37, 49
How does Priestley
present Arthur
Birling as a
character?
1. Brainstorm
2. Pick 6 ideas you want to do PEA on ,
number them
3. Find quotes
To be able to prepare to achieve B5^
Mini-Plenary: Planning Check list
OMAM
 I have 6 quotes
selected in total:
 3 or 4 from the box
 2 or 3 from the rest
of the story
AIC
 I have 6 quotes
selected from a range
of pages.
 I have labelled
techniques (if poss)
I have a few notes of
what I will put in my
Analysis
 I have labelled
techniques
 I have a few notes
of what I will put in
my Analysis
General
 I have read my previous PEAs and the comments.
My targets
are…………………………………………………………………………………
Next Lesson – Assessment!
Opportunities for you to
do well:
• We’ve already done 1
or 2 PEAs on Birling.
Your responsibility
• To plan by having your
quotes ready.
• We’ve studied Slim
extract
• To prepare by reading
your previous
PEAs/essays and
knowing your targets.
• You know the exam
questions – so you can
prepare, plan.
• To be on time so you
get your full 100 mins.
• Band 6 PEA displayed
on board.
Marker comments:
• Techniques = consideration of Steinbeck’s lang. (adjectives + symbolism)
• Quote has been edited for answer – only two parts that will be analysed are there.
• “very revealing” “interesting” = a judgement statement ie evaluation.
• It is INSIGHTFUL to link the 2 different interpretations of red.
• The comment regarding the sunshine is more unusual (“exploratory”
• You need to be ORIGINAL!
4 Examples:
Band 6: “Evaluation of effects of writer’s use of
language, form, structure.”
Steinbeck describes Curley’s Wife’s entrance using adjectives: “the
rectangle of sunshine in the doorway was cut off…. She had full,
rouged lips.” Steinbeck’s use of “rouged” is very revealing about
Curley’s Wife. The red symbolises her desire for love and romance in
her life but negatively, it is an indication she is dangerous. In fact,
these two interpretations are linked: she becomes dangerous when
demanding attention because she feels unloved. Furthermore, it is
interesting that Steinbeck uses Curley’s Wife to “cut off” the sunshine.
This further reinforces that she is an ominous character, an obstacle
to “sunshine” – i.e the hope and dreams of George and Lennie.
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