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Swim for Life - Language Paper 1 - Online Paper

Swim for Life - Language Paper 1 - Online Paper

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This resource is designed to help learners practise their reading and comprehension skills in the style of the AQA English Language Paper 1 exam. Compatible with Microsoft Word 2016 and later versions, this form-fillable product offers an intense and inspiring narrative. Learners will focus on key exam skills such as analysis, inference, and critical thinking. By engaging with this text, students can practise answering exam-style questions. Additionally, with our upload portal, learners can submit their answers and receive valuable feedback.

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Synopsis Jake, a bookish kid turned swimmer, faces the biggest race of his life. As the race begins, a fellow swimmer knocks himself out during a flip turn. Without hesitation, Jake rescues him, performing CPR and saving his life. The race is cancelled, but Jake earns the admiration and respect of everyone present, proving that heroism is about more than winning.
Reading Age 14+
Difficulty (1-5) 3 (Moderate) - Standard words with some complex sentences and vivid descriptions. Perfect for learners with average reading skills.
Genre Sports Fiction, Drama
Type of Reader Perfect for learners who enjoy thrilling, sports-driven narratives with themes of heroism, quick thinking, and selflessness. Ideal for those who appreciate stories about high-stakes moments, personal growth, and the triumph of character over competition.

Difficulty Levels Rationale:

  • 1 (Very Easy) - Simple vocabulary and short sentences. Suitable for young children or beginner readers.
  • 2 (Easy) - Basic vocabulary with slightly longer sentences. Appropriate for younger readers with basic reading skills.
  • 3 (Moderate) - Standard vocabulary with some complex sentences and descriptive language. Suitable for learners with average reading skills.
  • 4 (Difficult) - Advanced vocabulary, intricate sentence structures, and abstract themes. Ideal for experienced readers and those with a higher education level.
  • 5 (Very Difficult) - Highly advanced language, complex and abstract ideas, specialised or technical vocabulary. Appropriate for academic or professional readers.

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