Igcse English Poetry Coursework

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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?Our English Literature GCSE series have been created to aid both students and teachers throughout their coursework and in preparation for the exams.

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?Our English Literature GCSE series have been created to aid both students and teachers throughout their coursework and in preparation for the exams.

It takes you through all you need to know and will ensure that you can answer the key questions you will receive in the exams.

The podcast series examines all the different genres associated with the book, the importance of context, the core themes including the importance of art and creativity, ethics of cloning, outsider status and mortality, gives a detail overview of the characters involved and then includes a detailed analysis of the book itself, chapter by chapter.

The series will provide you with all the necessary arguments and insights, analyses the genre, structure and form, examines the context and key characters , gives an in-depth view of the different chapters and finally helps you prepare for that all important GCSE examination.

Our Macbeth series for GCSE English Literature is one of our favourites.

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 GCSE podcast series for Ishiguro’s novel will take you on a journey through the book and help you prepare for your exams at the end of the school year.Each tutorial series is made up of individual educational podcasts that cover all the elements required for the GCSE syllabus, from the context of a novel to the key characters, themes, how to compare different poems, chapter analysis, quotations and how to do well in your exams. Written by Robert Louis Stevenson the novella has impacted our natural language with the phrase "Jekyll and Hyde" coming to mean a person who is vastly different in moral character from one situation to the next.Our GCSE series has been written so that you will fully understand the context, genres, themes and characters of this wonderful novella and will guide you through the course and help prepare you for your GCSE English Literature exam.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.In this series for GCSE English Literature we analyse all aspects of the play ensuring that you gain a full understanding of the various complexities, including key themes, characters, context and structure.As with Macbeth we have brought together Stella Vassilou and Catherine Hartley, both of whom received Masters in English Literature from Oxford and Cambridge University and are now teaching GCSE English Literature.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.DNA is a fascinating play and our series will take you through all you need to know for your GCSE.Produced by Mark Richards, a senior examiner, he certainly knows how to cover all the different elements to achieve a good grade. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen was one of the most popular novels of its day and it continues to be so, with many film and small screen adaptations.

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