#1 Hi all, So we've just gone back to school and we're starting our A2 courses now, mostly coursework in majority of subjects. I'm with AQA, doing the language investigation coursework, yet I've no idea WHATSOEVER on what to do it on and I need to have an idea fairly soon. Most people have chosen something easily, but I want an A (should be getting one really) and I don't wanna rush into something.

Only idea I've come up with is: An idea of comparing the language of MSN (teacher suggestion), but I'm not sure at all. lack of real frameworks, and data collection could be difficult.

I was thinking maybe get: - Conversation of a guy speaking to a girl and a guy.

- Conversation of a girl speaking to a guy and a girl.

Then I could do gender comparisons as well as looking at internet language? Cheers! ((''Pick what interests you'' doesn't really help, I'm not particularly interested in anything 'language related' I can think of Introduction. 3. Summary of content of A Level English Language NEA. 4. Candidate A The coursework coversheet will give the student the opportunity to identify the Old English spellings and characters which I did not have the necessary .

)) reply #6 Mine was quality and very interesting (at least for me, and my 2 teachers, even if I say so myself).

I got 49/50, the highest mark anyone's got at my school for years 18 Jul 2017 - Ofqual have removed the coursework element in English GCSEs because the curriculum for English Language and Literature is now 100 per .

"How has the Spanish language influenced American English in comparison to British English?" basically I looked at the differences between British and American English, and thought about how those changes could have come about by the influence of foreign languages, particularly Spanish. "a comparison of protest songs from the 1960's and today" basically compare devices from the lyrics of Bob Dylan to System of a Down or Rage Against the Machine.

"a comparison of newspaper adverts throughout the 20th century" comparing newspaper adverts from the past to those of today.

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