Edusites. WJEC Eduqas GCSE English Language Component 2: Reading and Writing Assessment Pack Associated Resources 19th and 21st Century Non-Fiction Reading Handouts.docxLesson Eight | 19th and 21st Century Non-Fiction Reading Practice Paper.docx19th and 21st Century Non-Fiction Reading Mark Scheme.docx.
Teachit - Reading non-fiction. Reading unseen non-fiction texts – GCSE English Language (2015 onwards) The new GCSE emphasises critical reading, comprehension, summarising ideas and evaluating writers’ vocabulary, and include texts from the nineteenth century (unless you’re teaching the Edexcel spec!).
These resources cover the bases for purpose, audience and non-fiction text types, as well as analysing language, viewpoints and bias. Understanding a 19th century text. Sheffield’s Forgotten Influence on The Anti-Slavery Movement. By Daniel Johnson & Rashid Iqbal William Wilberforce (1759-1833) Artist: Anton Hickel Mary Anne Rawson (1801-1887) at the 1840 Anti-Slavery Convention.
The Victorians. The Victorian Web. Struggle for democracy. National Archives. Texts in Context. Texts in Context is a rich and unusual collection of over 400 British Library texts.
It includes menus for medieval banquets and handwritten recipes scribbled inside book covers. It opens up the first English dictionary ever written and explores the secret language of the Georgian underworld. It allows you to examine the shopping lists of the East India Company and to practise sentences from colonial phrasebooks. Great Speeches Collection. Eduqas- C19th & C20th texts.