Revised Entry Level Certificate (ELQ) English Agreement Trial and Support Event 2016
GCE English Literature Revision of Specification Launch & Support Events
CCEA is delivering a series of events in the coming months for our new revised A level specifications for first teaching in September 2016. These events are a key component of The ReVision programme. We invite you to attend a Launch & Support event.
Who should attend?
- Heads of Departments
- Subject teachers
What will the course cover?
- Introduction to the new revised specification
- New Specimen Assessment Materials (SAMs)
- Support materials
Secure your place
Updated GCSE English Literature Specification
An updated version of the GCSE English Literature specification is now available.
All centres must follow this version (Version 5) from September 2014.
Updated Controlled Assessment Task List (2015 – 2017)
(GCSE English Language and GCSE English Literature)
An updated version of the Controlled Assessment Task List for 2015 – 2017 is now available. Please check the ‘Controlled Assessment’ section of the appropriate microsite.
GCSE English (GEG51)
GCSE English Language (GEG41)
GCSE English Literature (GET31)
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.
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.
Examiner and Moderator Recruitment
We would welcome applications for GCSE, AS and A2 examiners and moderators for both English Language and English Literature. If you are interested please complete an application form which can be found on the examiner recruitment microsite.