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SCHOOL YEAR 2012-2013
Ms Kefallinou
 Language A: Language and Literature is directed
towards developing
and
understanding
the
constructed nature of meanings generated by language
and the function of context in this process. This course
is designed for students who have experience of using
the language in an academic context, and supports
future academic study in the subject by developing a
high social, aesthetic and cultural literacy, as well as
effective communication skills.
 Part 1: Language in Cultural Context. Language and its
cultural context looks at the audience and purpose of texts
and how language changes and how meanings are shaped
by culture and context, and involves the study of topics
such as language and power, language and belief, language
and taboo, language and gender, language history and
translation.
 Part 2: Language and Mass Communication. Language
and mass communication looks at different forms of mass
communication and how these use language to inform,
persuade or entertain, and involves the study of topics such
as the media institutions, political and legal language,
popular culture, and advertising.
 Part 3: Literature – Texts and Contexts (HL 3 texts, SL 2
texts). Texts and contexts examine meaning in a text as
shaped by culture: that is, by the contexts of the
circumstances of its production, by what the reader brings
to it, and by social context, cultural heritage and historical
change.
 Part 4: Literature – Critical Study (HL 3 texts & SL 2
texts) or the close reading of texts.
 Language A: Language and Literature Assessment
The assessment model for Language A: Language and
Literature is the same at Higher Level (HL) and Standard
Level (SL), but there are significant quantitative and
qualitative differences between the levels. For example, HL
students study six literary texts, SL students study four; HL
students produce four written tasks of up to 1,000 words
during the course, SL students three; and the questions in
the essay assessment paper (Paper 2) are the same for both
levels, but with different assessment criteria applied.
Assessment is based on the following assignments:
 Completion of TWO (HL) or ONE (SL) Written
Assignment(s)
 Completion of two oral assessments (1 Individual Oral
and 1 Further Oral)
 Two external examination papers (PAPER 1 , PAPER 2)
HL:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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6.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Κατάδικος, Κωνσταντίνος Θεοτόκης, εκδόσεις Εστία (Paper 2- Part 3)
Βασίλης Αρβανίτης, Στρατής Μυριβήλης, εκδόσεις Εστία (Individual Oral
Commentary- Paper 4)
Το τέλος της μικρής μας πόλης, Δημήτρης Χατζής, εκδόσεις Ροδακιό (Individual Oral
Commentary- Part 4)
Ματωμένος Γάμος- Φεντερίκο Γκαρθία Λόρκα, εκδόσεις Δωδώνη (Paper 2- Part 3)
Το μυστικό της κοντέσας Βαλέραινας, Γρηγόρης Ξενόπουλος, εκδόσεις Βλάσση (Paper
2- Part 3)
Ποιήματα Κ.Π.Καβάφη (Individual Oral Commentary- Pa rt 4)
SL:
Κατάδικος, Κωνσταντίνος Θεοτόκης, εκδόσεις Εστία (Paper 2- Part 3)
Βασίλης Αρβανίτης, Στρατής Μυριβήλης, εκδόσεις Εστία (Individual Oral
Commentary- Paper 4)
Το τέλος της μικρής μας πόλης, Δημήτρης Χατζής, εκδόσεις Ροδακιό (Individual Oral
Commentary- Part 4)
Ματωμένος Γάμος- Φεντερίκο Γκαρθία Λόρκα, εκδόσεις Δωδώνη (Paper 2- Part 3)
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