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F664<br />Texts in Time<br />
F664<br />Texts in Time<br />
Assessment Objective weighting<br />AO1 – 7.5 marks<br />AO2 – 7.5 marks<br />AO3 – 12.5 marks<br />AO4 – 12.5 marks<br />
Assessment Objective weighting<br />AO1 – 7.5 marks<br />AO2 – 7.5 marks<br />AO3 – 12.5 marks<br />AO4 – 12.5 marks<br />
AO3<br />Connections between texts and informed by the interpretations of other readers<br />
AO4<br />Significance and influence of the context in which the texts were written and received<br />(historical, social, ...
Word Count<br />Maximum of 3000 words<br />This does NOT include –<br />The title<br />Footnotes<br />Bibliography<br />Qu...
Guidelines for ‘Guidance’!<br />No detailed editing may be offered on the draft copy (in verbal or oral form)<br />General...
Preliminary Essay<br />Maximum of 2000words<br />Using the same working title as your final 3-text assignment<br />Assesse...
Summary 2 Text Comparison<br />Compare<br />Contrast<br />AO 3<br />AO 4<br />
3rd Text Introduction<br />Frankenstein<br />Into the Wild<br />The Child in Time<br />
Shaping Your Title<br />It is essential that the title reflects AO triggers – a weak title is unlikely to yield and essay ...
Examples of ‘well-formed’ titles<br />
Narrative Structure<br />
“The teller is always as important as the tale.”  Compare and contrast ways in which your three chosen writers create a se...
“Writers often experiment with narrative devices and structures in order to challenge their reader’s expectations of genre...
The Journey / Quest<br />
“In much literature dealing with the struggle to survive, writers use the outward journey as a metaphor for inward develop...
“A hero ventures forth from the world of common day into a region of supernatural wonder: fabulous forces are there encoun...
Morality and representations of Good and Evil<br />
Compare and contrast ways in which your three chosen writers explore the individual’s search for meaning and purpose in a ...
“All conflict in Literature, in its simplest form, is a struggle between the forces of Good and Evil and, while Evil often...
The archetype & the search for Individuation<br />
“Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains.”  Compare and contrast ways in which your three chosen writers present t...
“Archetypal images and story patterns can encourage readers to participate in and scrutinize the basic beliefs, and anxiet...
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An overview of the assessment criteria and question setting requirements of the OCR A2 'Texts in Time' coursework assignment

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F664 Overview And Title Support

  1. 1. F664<br />Texts in Time<br />
  2. 2. F664<br />Texts in Time<br />
  3. 3. Assessment Objective weighting<br />AO1 – 7.5 marks<br />AO2 – 7.5 marks<br />AO3 – 12.5 marks<br />AO4 – 12.5 marks<br />
  4. 4. Assessment Objective weighting<br />AO1 – 7.5 marks<br />AO2 – 7.5 marks<br />AO3 – 12.5 marks<br />AO4 – 12.5 marks<br />
  5. 5. AO3<br />Connections between texts and informed by the interpretations of other readers<br />
  6. 6. AO4<br />Significance and influence of the context in which the texts were written and received<br />(historical, social, political, cultural, generic)<br />
  7. 7. Word Count<br />Maximum of 3000 words<br />This does NOT include –<br />The title<br />Footnotes<br />Bibliography<br />Quotations from primary texts<br />(keep 2 separate documents on file?)<br />
  8. 8. Guidelines for ‘Guidance’!<br />No detailed editing may be offered on the draft copy (in verbal or oral form)<br />General advice on the shaping and content of the final essay is allowed<br />Preliminary essay writing in preparation for the final task may be supported in any way deemed appropriate by the teacher!<br />Such close guidance may also be offered on any thesis, abstract or presentation made!<br />
  9. 9. Preliminary Essay<br />Maximum of 2000words<br />Using the same working title as your final 3-text assignment<br />Assessed to the same criteria<br />Submission date<br />Time in class for shared research& planning<br />
  10. 10. Summary 2 Text Comparison<br />Compare<br />Contrast<br />AO 3<br />AO 4<br />
  11. 11. 3rd Text Introduction<br />Frankenstein<br />Into the Wild<br />The Child in Time<br />
  12. 12. Shaping Your Title<br />It is essential that the title reflects AO triggers – a weak title is unlikely to yield and essay that can secure the higher bands<br />AO 1 – implicit in the title topic<br />AO 2 – ‘ways in which’ (or variation)<br />AO 3 – ‘compare and contrast’<br />AO 4 – the specific context that links your 3 chosen texts must be explicitly referenced<br />
  13. 13. Examples of ‘well-formed’ titles<br />
  14. 14. Narrative Structure<br />
  15. 15. “The teller is always as important as the tale.” Compare and contrast ways in which your three chosen writers create a sense of voice, and the effects they achieve through their choice of narrative structure.<br />
  16. 16. “Writers often experiment with narrative devices and structures in order to challenge their reader’s expectations of genre, and their view of the world around them.” Compare and contrast your three chosen texts in the light of this comment.<br />
  17. 17. The Journey / Quest<br />
  18. 18. “In much literature dealing with the struggle to survive, writers use the outward journey as a metaphor for inward development.” Compare and contrast the ways in which three of your chosen texts either support or refute this statement.<br />
  19. 19. “A hero ventures forth from the world of common day into a region of supernatural wonder: fabulous forces are there encountered and a decisive victory is won: the hero comes back from this mysterious adventure with the power to bestow boons on his fellow man.” Compare and contrast three of your chosen writers’ work in the light of Joseph Campbell’s description of the Monomyth.<br />
  20. 20. Morality and representations of Good and Evil<br />
  21. 21. Compare and contrast ways in which your three chosen writers explore the individual’s search for meaning and purpose in a morally uncertain world.<br />
  22. 22. “All conflict in Literature, in its simplest form, is a struggle between the forces of Good and Evil and, while Evil often triumphs, it never conquers.” Compare and contrast ways in which your three chosen texts either support or refute this statement.<br />
  23. 23. The archetype & the search for Individuation<br />
  24. 24. “Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains.” Compare and contrast ways in which your three chosen writers present the conflict between society and the individual, and the protagonist’s struggle for Individuation.<br />
  25. 25. “Archetypal images and story patterns can encourage readers to participate in and scrutinize the basic beliefs, and anxieties of their age.” Compare and contrast ways in which your three chosen writers present archetypes and consider the effects they achieve.<br />

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