This advice and guidance is intended to provide some ideas to support the teaching of the Analysis and Evaluation Unit in National 4 and 5 English. In this unit, learners must read a text and show that they are able to understand, analyse and evaluate it. In doing so, they will use the thinking skills of applying, analysing and evaluating.
Curriculum area / Subject
- Analysis and Evaluation (National 4 English)
- Analysis and Evaluation (National 5 English)
Level / Stage
- National 4
- National 5
Date30 April 2012
StatusCurrently In Use
TypeNQ Support Materials
Advice to Users
Users should check that documents conform with current SQA Arrangements.
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