GCSE English Language Events
The Clarification Document from the recent support event is now online. Please go to the Controlled Assessment area of the microsite where you may download it. The yearly planner is also available for download.
All of the documentation used at the events held in Nov/Dec will be uploaded to the microsite in due course.
GCSE English (GEG51)
GCSE English Language (GEG41)
GCSE English Literature (GET31)
GCSE English/English Language Agreement Trials
By now, you should have received details of the upcoming GCSE English Language/English Agreement Trials. If you would like to attend and still have not reserved a place, please contact email@example.com, who will add you to the list. Details below
GCSE English/English Language: Speaking & Listening:
17/10/13 - Beechlawn, Dunmurry
17/10/13 - Rosspark, Ballymena
17/10/13 - Stranmillis
17/10/13 - Silverbirch, Omagh
GCSE English Language:
18/10/13 - Siverbirch, Omagh
21/10/13 - Glenavon, Cookstown
25/10/13 - Stranmillis
04/11/13 - Rosspark, Ballymena
2/12/13 - Rm 209, CCEA
We held Support Events for GCSE English Language in December 2012. PowerPoints and the Resource Booklet from those events are now available for download in the Support Materials section of the microsite.
The Study of Spoken Language
The new Study of Spoken Language microsite is now live.
The Poetry Anthologies microsite is now live.
We have added a new tab, 'Exam Tips' in the Examinations section of the English Literature microsite.
New tab to help with administration of Controlled Assessment
There is a new tab, 'Administration', in the Controlled Assessment section of the English Language microsite. Here you will find lots of helpful information on the management of Controlled Assessment.
Unit 4 Spreadsheet
The spreadsheet mentioned at the Agreement Trials which will calculate the Scaled Marks for Unit 4 English Language is now online.
The FAQs have now been broken down into tabs which hopefully, should make it easier for you to get the answers to your questions.
Candidate Record Sheets / Centre Moderation Record Sheets
All the Candidate Record Sheets and Centre Moderation Record Sheets for GCSE and GCE English Literature, English Language and English are now available to download online from the microsite. Hard copies are also available from CCEA Distribution team.
GCSE English/English Language/English Literature
Themes for Controlled Assessment for moderation from 2013-2017 are now available. Posters were sent to the Examinations Officers in all schools in the May dispatch, but are also available to download
GCSE and GCE English/English Language & English Literature
The most recent Chief Examiner Reports are now available to download free online. Please go to the required microsite and look under the Examinations option.
Revised GCSE specifications for English Language and English Literature
Spoken Language: The sample scheme of work has been updated to include activities based around the use of the British Library’s Learning online resources www.bl.uk/learning/langlit. The Sounds Familiar? section contains resources relevant to The Study of Spoken Language. For other aspects of GCSE study there is also Poetry & Performance and Texts in Context.
FAQs: The Frequently Asked Questions section for each specification is updated regularly. Please refer to this for helpful information on delivering the controlled assessment tasks. This further supplements the material available in the Teacher Guidance Document.
Teacher Guidance: A Teacher Guidance Document on Controlled Assessment is available for each specification. This gives you further detail on the tasks outlined in the specification. It elaborates on the controls for each task and the opportunities for centres to contextualise tasks. It also gives general advice on the management of Controlled Assessment.
Launch events for the revised specifications were held in March 2009. View the presentation given on the days.
Unit A2 2
For information on A2 2 updates refer to the most recent subject circular (S/IF/132/11)
Examiners and Moderators needed.
We are currently looking for GCSE and A2 examiners and moderators for English Literature. If you are interested please complete an application form which can be found on the examiner recruitment microsite.