Language Paper 1 Practice: Treasure Island
This practice paper is based on Treasure Island and will help you to prepare for AQA language paper 1!
There are only a few practice papers out there written by AQA itself. So, I have written some of my own to help you get the best practice possible!
I design my practice papers to give students as much cultural capital as possible. So, I choose some of the most well-known and important texts of the past and use extracts from them! That way, students get a better understanding of literature as a whole while also practising for their GCSE exams.
This paper is a little bit more difficult than what students would face in their GCSE exams. So, teachers, tutors and parents should go through it with students as a first practice or walking talking mock.
For the best results, you can combine these practice papers with a marking session with me. You complete the work, and I give you the feedback you need! That’s a great option for your study leave days!
If you’re a tutor or teacher, it is always useful to add more papers to your resources. This Treasure Island language practice paper is different to the other stuff that is currently out there. So, your students will see a variety of texts before they face the real paper. You just need the Teacher Distribution License if you’re using it in your classes or tutoring sessions.
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I created this language practice paper using an extract from Treasure Island. This text is now out of copyright, which means anyone can legally use, reproduce and distribute it. Details on UK public domain laws can be found on the British Library website.
In addition, I have also used an image from Anna Louise on Pexels.
While my phrasing of the questions is similar to the AQA standard, however, the content of each question is my own work. The layout is also my own. Therefore, this particular PDF is protected under copyright.
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