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Creative writing
Overview, writing for moving images, commissioned writing, recreations of original texts, narrative writing, writing from personal experience - 'Me, myself and I'
Speaking and listening
Overview, articulation, body language, content, speaking and listening tasks
Spoken language study
Overview, listening to how we speak, capturing data, understanding different contexts, social change and technology
Overview, what are non-fiction texts, reading non-fiction texts: questions
Overview: non-fiction texts, genre, audience, purpose and style, writing to advise, writing to inform, explain and describe, writing to argue
Extended reading
Overview, writing a controlled assessment, themes and ideas, characterisation and voice, writing an exam answer

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