Cambridge O Level Literature in English

Cambridge O Level “Literature in English” [2010]

For examination in June and November 2017, 2018 and 2019

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4.1 Syllabus aims
The syllabus aims to develop the ability of learners to:
• communicate accurately, appropriately and effectively in speech and writing
• understand and respond imaginatively to what they hear, read and experience
• enjoy literature and appreciate its contribution to aesthetic and imaginative growth
• explore areas of universal human concern, which will lead to a better understanding of themselves and others

4.2 Assessment objectives
The assessment objectives in Cambridge O Level Literature in English are:
AO1 Show detailed knowledge of the content of literary texts
AO2 Understand the ways literary texts can be interpreted from surface level to deeper awareness of ideas and attitudes and their contexts
AO3 Recognise and appreciate ways in which writers use language
AO4 Recognise and appreciate ways in which writers achieve their effects (e.g. structure, plot, characterisation, dramatic tension, imagery, rhythm, setting and mood)
AO5 Communicate a sensitive and informed personal response to what is read.

 

Cambridge IGCSE® World Literature 0408

For examination in June and November 2017, 2018 and 2019

4.1 Aims
The syllabus aims, which are not listed in order of priority, are to encourage and develop candidates’ ability to:
• enjoy the experience of reading world literature
• understand and respond to literary texts in different forms and from different countries and cultures
• communicate an informed personal response appropriately and effectively
• appreciate different ways in which writers achieve their effects
• experience literature’s contribution to aesthetic, imaginative and intellectual growth
• explore the contribution of literature to an understanding of areas of human concern.
4.2 Assessment objectives
There are four assessment objectives (AOs).
Candidates are assessed on their ability to demonstrate:
AO1: detailed knowledge of the content and form of literary texts drawn from different countries and cultures
AO2: engagement with writers’ ideas and treatment of themes, and appreciation of how texts relate to wider contexts AO3: recognition and appreciation of how writers create and shape meanings and effects
AO4: empathy, through re-creation of a character’s voice and thoughts

 

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