GCSE vocabulary building

3 Essential steps to build your child’s vocabulary – GCSE English Language

Developing a wide range of vocabulary is essential for succeeding in GCSE English Language. Your child may be developing their vocabulary naturally if they read regularly, look up the meaning of words and memorise them. If they’re doing this, that’s great. If this is not the case, and you find it’s a battle to get …

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10 Painless ways to get your teen reading regularly

Reading regularly ensures teenagers start to develop familiarity with how English is written and how writers use language to convey messages. They learn how words are spelt and increase their vocabulary and comprehension: essential skills for GCSE English Language and beyond. Now, with that said, you may be thinking, that’s obvious! Of course my child …

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