Which is most powerful: The spoken or the written word? How do modern novels reflect the complex cultural contexts of our contemporary societies? How do people use language to assert power over others? This specially-designed integrated course allows you to deepen your understanding of both language and literature; it will enrich your experience of spoken and written communication. Designed to ensure the right balance and coverage of the two disciplines, this specification enables you to see how linguistic and literary methods are related and to explore these links in your work.
Paper 1: Telling Stories (3 hour exam)
The Paris Anthology
The Lovely Bones
Poetry of Carol Ann Duffy
Paper 2: Exploring Conflict (2.5 hour exam)
The Kite Runner
A Streetcar Named Desire
NEA- Making Connections (written coursework, 20% of A-level)
An A level in English Language and Literature can lead you to university courses and employment into a wide range of careers including medicine, law, teaching, the media and research. It will help you to develop a wide range of skills such as independent thought, problem solving, and appreciation of nuances in language, research, communication and team work, thereby making it an ideal choice to bridge science and humanity subjects.
Immanuel College is a mixed Church of England secondary school and sixth form located in the City of Bradford, West Yorkshire, England