English Y11

Overall Curriculum Goals

1.    Read fluently, and with good understanding, a wide range of texts from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, including literature and literary non-fiction as well as other writing such as reviews and journalism

2.    read and evaluate texts critically and make comparisons between texts

3.    summarise and synthesise information or ideas from texts

4.    write effectively and coherently using Standard English appropriately

5.    acquire and apply a wide vocabulary, alongside a knowledge and understanding of grammatical terminology, and linguistic conventions for reading, writing and spoken language

Half Term 1

Half Term 2


Half Term 3

Half Term 4

Half Term 5 & 6

Topic Title: 

Language Paper 2 – Reading

Literature: Macbeth

Topic Title: 

Language Paper 2 – Writing

Literature: Macbeth

Topic Title: 

Language Paper 1 – Reading

Literature: Unseen Poetry

Topic Title: 

Language Paper 1 – Writing

Literature: Unseen Poetry

Topic Title: 

Language and Literature Revision

Topic Intent:

Students will draw upon a range of texts as reading stimulus and engage with creative as well as real and relevant contexts. Students will have opportunities to develop higher-order reading and critical thinking skills that encourage genuine enquiry into different topics and themes.

This specification will ensure that students can read fluently and write effectively. Students will be able to demonstrate a confident control of Standard English and write grammatically correct sentences, deploying figurative language and analysing texts.

Literature: The specification takes a skills-based approach to the study of English literature that is consistent across the genres. Our experienced team has produced question papers and mark schemes that allow you to get back to inspirational literature teaching and allow students of all abilities to achieve their best on every question.

It offers excellent preparation for AS and A-level English Literature, as well as giving students a grounding in a wide variety of literature that will stay with them for life. Our range of texts has been chosen to cater for the needs of teachers and students in all educational contexts. There are texts that will be familiar to you as well as new ones that will inspire young readers. A wide choice in each category means that there is something that will appeal to every teacher and every student.

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Paper 2 Q1 and 2 - synthesis
  • Paper 2 Q3 – Language/Methods
  • Paper 2 Q4 – Comparison
  • Literature: Macbeth

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Paper 2 Q5 – Writing skills
  • Non-Fiction
  • Writing to Argue
  • Writing to inform
  • Writing to Explain
  • Literature: Power and Conflict Poetry Comparison

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Paper 1 Q1 and 2 Language/ Methods
  • Paper 1 Q3  Analysing Structure
  • Paper 1 Q4  Evaluating
  • Literature: Unseen Poetry

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Paper 1 Q5 – Writing skills
  • How should I plan an effective narrative structure?
  • How can I use verbs and adjectives to create personification in my writing?
  • Literature: Unseen Poetry

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Revision across all topics in Y10 and Y11

Assessment:

Paper 2 June 19 

Reading / Macbeth Exam Question 40 marks, completed in October

Assessment:

Paper 2 June 19

Writing / Macbeth Exam Question 40 marks, completed in December

Assessment:

Paper 1 June 18

Reading, / Unseen Poetry Exam Question 40 marks, completed in February

Assessment:

Paper 1 June 18

Writing /Unseen Poetry Exam Question, 40 marks, completed in April 

Exam Dates:

Home Learning:

Homework weekly via worksheet or Microsoft Teams

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

  • practising analysis – a skill used in careers such as law, forensics, police, teaching etc. Being able to analyse skilfully means that you can successfully diagnose and some of you may wish to do this through medicine or nursing. You will be working independently and thinking carefully about how to communicate your ideas, a skill highly relevant for the world of business and management.
  • structure which will support you in all aspects of the workplace such as: reading directions in jobs in everything from construction and hairdressing to architecture and medicine. In most professions there will be a structure to tasks and an order in which tasks should be completed in order for a task to be completed effectively.

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

  • The writing sections are worth half of the marks overall at GCSE because they are really important in showing either potential Post 16 providers or employers how well you are able to communicate using written language. All employers, for example, will look at your English Language GCSE grade as an indicator of how well they expect you to be able to communicate, an essential skill in all jobs.

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

  • practising analysis – a skill used in careers such as law, forensics, police, teaching etc. Being able to analyse skilfully means that you can successfully diagnose and some of you may wish to do this through medicine or nursing. You will be working independently and thinking carefully about how to communicate your ideas, a skill highly relevant for the world of business and management.
  • structure which will support you in all aspects of the workplace such as: reading directions in jobs in everything from construction and hairdressing to architecture and medicine. In most professions there will be a structure to tasks and an order in which tasks should be completed in order for a task to be completed effectively.

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

  • The writing sections are worth half of the marks overall at GCSE because they are really important in showing either potential Post 16 providers or employers how well you are able to communicate using written language. All employers, for example, will look at your English Language GCSE grade as an indicator of how well they expect you to be able to communicate, an essential skill in all jobs.

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

  • practising analysis – a skill used in careers such as law, forensics, police, teaching etc. Being able to analyse skilfully means that you can successfully diagnose and some of you may wish to do this through medicine or nursing. You will be working independently and thinking carefully about how to communicate your ideas, a skill highly relevant for the world of business and management.
  • structure which will support you in all aspects of the workplace such as: reading directions in jobs in everything from construction and hairdressing to architecture and medicine. In most professions there will be a structure to tasks and an order in which tasks should be completed in order for a task to be completed effectively.
  • The writing sections are worth half of the marks overall at GCSE because they are really important in showing either potential Post 16 providers or employers how well you are able to communicate using written language. All employers, for example, will look at your English Language GCSE grade as an indicator of how well they expect you to be able to communicate, an essential skill in all jobs.

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