1 edition of English Extra Key Stage 4 found in the catalog.
English Extra Key Stage 4
May 14, 1992 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
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Expected outcomes for Stage 4 English By the end of Stage 4 students respond to a variety of texts critically, imaginatively and interpretively and compose accurate, clear and coherent texts. They use English in personal, social and learning contexts with increasing control and understanding of the form and features of language and structures.
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English programmes of study: key stage 4. National curriculum in England. July English – key stage 4. Contents.
Purpose of study 3 Aims 3 Spoken language 3 Reading and writing 4 Glossary 4 Reading 5 Writing 6 Grammar and vocabulary 6 Spoken English.
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