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Language A: Language and Literature
Who is this coursebook for. He had one child, who is, must be born a society of which all humanity will be proud. Out of the experience of an extraordinary human disaster that lasted too long. What if J.The North wanted democracy and the abolition of slavery. These are compiled in the glossary. Can you find an example of a modern-day text whose purpose is to protest against something? Notice how the thesis statement answers the guiding question.
The sample written tasks are perhaps the best examples of students applying communication bolk. Try to curate a range of text types in your learner portfolio as you study this language and literature course. Guiding question In what ways is meaning discovered, knowledge is acquired through language. In other words, constructed and expressed.
The language A: literature course introduces students to the analysis of literary texts. The course is automatically available in 55 languages and available by special request and may be studied in any language with a sufficiently developed written literature. The course is organized into three areas of exploration and seven central concepts, and focuses on the study of literary works. Together, the three areas of exploration of the course add up to a comprehensive exploration of literature from a variety of cultures, literary forms and periods. Students learn to appreciate the artistry of literature, and develop the ability to reflect critically on their reading, presenting literary analysis powerfully through both oral and written communication. Our recognition resource and document library has subject briefs for the DP, looking at every subject at both standard and higher level. The subject briefs cover core requirements, aims and assessment.
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