GCSE Style Reading and Writing Assessment Bumblebees

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  • Excellent! This will be incredibly useful during revision sessions next year!

    , Jun 22nd
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      Thank you for your feedback - I'm really pleased the resource has helped!

      , Jun 22nd
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GCSE Style Reading and Writing Assessment Bumblebees

GCSE Style Reading and Writing Assessment Bumblebees - GCSE style assessment with text, reading and writing questions and mark scheme.
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  • Homepage » Key Stage 3/4 » English » KS3 » Writing » Writing Non-Fiction
  • Homepage » Key Stage 3/4 » English » KS3 » Writing » Creative Writing
  • Homepage » Key Stage 3/4 » English » KS3 » Resources Organised by Curriculum Objective » Writing » Write accurately, fluently, effectively and at length for pleasure and information: » Write for a wide range of purposes and audiences
  • Homepage » Key Stage 3/4 » English » KS3 » Non-fiction » Information and Explanation
  • Homepage » Key Stage 3/4 » English » KS3 » Reading » Reading Skills » Comprehension
  • Homepage » Key Stage 3/4 » English » KS3 » Resources Organised by Curriculum Objective » Reading » Understand increasingly challenging texts: » Make inferences and referring to evidence in the text
  • Homepage » Key Stage 3/4 » English » KS3 » Resources Organised by Curriculum Objective » Writing » Plan, Draft, Edit and Proof-read: » Consider how their writing reflects the audiences and purposes for which it was intended
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