GCSE Welsh Literature
Teaching: Sep 2015
Our GCSE Welsh Literature specification encourages learners to develop their interest and enthusiasm in Welsh literature and to enable them to contribute to a bilingual society.
The aim is to develop learners' confidence to respond analytically and personally to literature and contemporary multimedia cultural materials in order to gain an appreciation of Wales' cultural heritage.
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Our Assessment Resources are sets of questions based on specific themes, topics or skills within the qualification. They are optional resources (their use is not mandatory) which have been created to assist teachers in assessing learners in summer 2021. We recommend that you use the Mapping Grid provided initially to help you find appropriate Assessment Resources. Our Mapping Grid has been designed for you to view, at a glance, the content and assessment objectives covered in each Assessment Resource, and then download the relevant Assessment Resource.<p>No Summer 2021 Assessment Resources found</p>
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Materials from previous courses can be found on the Secure website and/or under the Materials tab.
Materials from previous courses can be found on the Secure website.
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