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GCSE Past Papers

English Language Foundation Tier English Language Higher Tier English Language English Literature Foundation Tier English Literature Higher Tier English Literature

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Exam advice

Although aimed at older students, there are very wise words for all students taking exams here:

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Women in Shakespeare

Here are the lecture notes and the presentation used by Miss Hunter in her fantastic lecture on women in Shakespeare’s plays. Women in Shakespeare lecture notes Women in Shakespeare presentation

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Keep it not hard to read

Think you’re good at writing? Think you can write clearly and simply? Put yourself to the test.

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Medieval Lyrics

Materials from Miss Hurdley’s lecture on medieval lyrics.

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Women in Victorian Literature

Materials from Miss Nicholson’s lecture on ‘women in Victorian literature’.

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Post-War American Fiction Lecture

Materials from Ms Kirk’s lecture on ‘post-war American fiction’.

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Mister Pip: Two Videos

Here are two documentaries about Bougainville and the coconut revolution, the context of the novel Mister Pip.

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GAP (Genre, Audience, Purpose) Generator

Automagically generate genre, audience and purpose when you want to practise your non-fiction writing.

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Studying War Poetry

Here is a booklet to aid in the study of World War One poetry, the focus of the AS literature examination. The Great War Booklet

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Love Through the Ages

Here is a booklet to help with: writing the A2 literature coursework essay preparing for the love through the ages unit Love Through The Ages Booklet

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Literary Terms

To help with your assessment, attached is a group literary terms that could be used in an essay. Find places within Macbeth where these ideas and devices are used. Click below Literary Terms

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