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In the Higher English Critical Essay paper you are required to write two essay answers. One and a half hours are allocated to this paper (i.e. 45 minutes for each essay). Each essay is worth 25 marks. You must answer on two of the following four separate genres (i.e. on different types of text).

At the top of the paper you are given some general advice about the marking standards the examiners are using (known as ‘performance criteria’).

  • The relevance of your essays to the questions you have chosen, and the extent to which you sustain an appropriate line of thought
  • Your knowledge and understanding of key elements, central concerns and significant details of the chosen texts, supported by detailed and relevant evidence
  • Your understanding, as appropriate to the questions chosen, of how relevant aspects of structure/style/language contribute to the meaning/effect/impact of the chosen texts, supported by detailed and relevant evidence
  • Your evaluation. as appropriate to the questions chosen, of the effectiveness of the chosen texts, supported by detailed and relevant evidence
  • The quality of your written expression and the technical accuracy of your writing

Before the questions you will find a reminder that “answers. should address relevantly the central concern(s) / theme(s) of the text and be supported by reference to appropriate. techniques.”

The next page shows a list of techniques that are likely to be used in drama, prose, poetry and film and TV. The technical terms in these lists are the jargon of English literary criticism and it is important to make sure you know what these words mean.

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