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Frederick Douglass: Non-Fiction Analysis of exam Question with TWO model answers

Need to help prep your pupils for English studies, that touches a paramount historic person from the past? The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass is a compelling autobiography illuminating light on an honest view of the harshness of life for African-American slaves in the 1800s. Use these model answers students have compiled, when answering an exam-style question that can arise in any GCSE (9–1) English Language paper. Answers reflect a slice of Douglass’ narrative to outline the ugly reality of life in pre-Civil War America. This resource is ready-to-teach from, having been overlooked by a fantastic teacher, and is useful for Black History Month! Question: -Explain how Douglass uses language and structure, in his narrative to present his feelings. Marks: -(Approx) 15 Text being discussed: -Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave Author: -Frederick Douglass (1845). Pages: -A total of 8 Essay-layout answers, hold a significant grasp in national English exams (GCSE / IGCSE), so it is paramount upon all, teachers and students respectively, to study and fathom fully the notions that make a fantastic piece of a response, and within this file we hope to illuminate some assistance in this regard. Even if you are not desiring for IGCSE content, we hope this may aid in another aspect of the English course you are teaching/studying. We believe strongly that the detailed lines of literature disclosed within, will dramatically alter a pupil's understanding of compiling a superb answer, so do not hesitate to make your purchase of this file! Do not hesitate to make your purchase of this brilliant, bright and a must buy resource…but as always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before downloading. If you have downloaded this, and are pleased with it, we would be extremely grateful if you could leave a kind review. *Thank you *All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display.* TAGS: English, GCSE, IGCSE, Exams, Language B, Course, Features, Learning, Class, Pupil, Teacher, Top, Useful, Colourful, Share, English for secondary schools, Activity, Task, Assessment, Test prep, Exam Paper, Question with Answer, Top, Response, How does the writer, Language techniques, Grammar, Reply, Marked, Teacher, History, Slavery, Slave, Frederick Douglass, African-American, Slave, 1800s, Black History Month. Book code for IGCSE English Language B: 2571 Thanks for stopping by and we hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest

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