Igcse English Poetry Coursework

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Our English Literature GCSE series have been created to aid both students and teachers throughout their coursework and in preparation for the exams.Written by subject specialists, they cover all aspects of the specification required giving students the ability to access pertinent information in a short, sharp and easily digestible manner.Never Let Me Go is the haunting story of a group of friends whose purpose in life is far removed from that which any of us might expect.

Our English Literature GCSE series have been created to aid both students and teachers throughout their coursework and in preparation for the exams.Written by subject specialists, they cover all aspects of the specification required giving students the ability to access pertinent information in a short, sharp and easily digestible manner.Never Let Me Go is the haunting story of a group of friends whose purpose in life is far removed from that which any of us might expect.

The tutorials have been designed to help develop a range of skills, such as analysing language, making comparisons and inferring meaning and ideas.We are delighted that this teaching and learning tool is endorsed by OCR for use with specification J352 GCSE English Literature.Welcome to our series on the OCR Poetry Anthology Love and Relationships.The audio format enables accelerated learning, with no distraction and can be played both inside and outside the classroom.They have been designed to complement what is being taught and to help reinforce key learnings.Written by Jan Heron, a English teacher of many years and one who holds 5 stars on the Rate My Teacher website, Jan is also an exam board examiner so knows what is required to achieve good grades.Piano and Half-past Two portray two different experiences of childhood.The series has been written by Rebecca Kleanthous, who is both an experienced teacher and specialist poetry examiner.Romeo and Juliet is one of Shakespeare's greatest and best loved tragedies.We finish with a tutorial that has been designed to help approach exam questions. A group of teenagers do something bad, really bad, then panic and cover the whole thing up.But when they find out that the cover-up unites them and brings harmony to their once fractious lives, where’s the incentive to put things right?

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