Edexcel GCSE English (2010)

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Students of our Edexcel GCSE in English will develop their skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing in order to communicate and express themselves effectively and creatively, drawing on a range of texts to connect ideas, themes and issues.  

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Specification

Edexcel GCSE English 2010 specification
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Qualification type:
General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)
Level:
Level 1/2
Accreditation status:
Accredited
Subject:
English
Specification codes:
2ET01
Availability:
UK and international
First teaching:
2013
First assessment:
2014

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Why choose this specification?

Our Edexcel GCSE in English has been through a four-year pilot, which means we’ve learnt directly from the classroom experiences of around 6,000 students. The specification lets you teach new texts and approaches alongside the more traditional and familiar, so your students can study texts that are relevant to them while developing their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. 

Key benefits of the Edexcel GCSE in English:

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We've teamed up with Teachit to build special banks of material matched to our GCSE English, English Language and English Literature specifications. These resources have been written specifically to support:

  • non-fiction texts - whether digital or paper
  • new Different Cultures texts
  • spoken language study in our specifications.

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Please ensure you study the correct task and themed texts for the academic year in which you intend to submit your marks:

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