Latin Literature Exam Techniques

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VIRGIL AENEID NISUS AND EURYALUS EXAM TECHNIQUES LATIN OCR CLASSICS LITERATURE HIGHER TIER GCSE A*

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Latin Literature Exam Techniques
1 How should I structure 8/ 10 mark answers?
1.1 Step 1: State
1.1.1 Technical Term + Latin Quotation
1.2 Step 2: Translate
1.3 Step 3: Relate
1.3.1 Use words from question
2 What do I look out for when the question says: Vivid?
2.1 Present participles
2.2 Detailed description
2.3 Verbs at the start
2.4 Similes
2.5 Sounds of words
2.5.1 Alliteration
2.5.2 Assonance
2.5.3 Silbilance
3 What do I look out for when the question says: Drama?
3.1 Verbs
3.1.1 Range depicts fast pace and action
3.2 Hyperbaton
3.3 Tricolon
3.4 Sound of words
3.5 Asyndeton/ polysyndeton
3.6 Simile
4 What do I look out for when the question says: Evoke sadness?
4.1 Long words
4.1.1 Slow pace
4.2 Emotive words
4.3 Sounds of words
4.4 Position of words
4.4.1 Absence of name indicates death
4.5 Extended descriptions
5 OCR MARKSCHEME
5.1 Relate back to the question
5.2 Range of relevant points
5.3 Legible, fluent and accurate writing
5.4 Paragraphing and punctuation
5.5 Well- organised
5.5.1 Make points in a chronological order
5.6 Don't need to explain the terms
6 Technical Terms
6.1 Alliteration
6.1.1 repetition of same sounds
6.2 Litotes
6.2.1 Double negatives
6.3 Metaphor/ Simile
6.4 Synedoche
6.4.1 Part of a whole
6.5 Hyperbole
6.6 Apostrophe
6.6.1 Talk to someone that is not there.

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