Top tips for A Level English Literature exam preparation 01 June 2018 This is part of an OCR English blog series rounding up practical insights and ideas from markers, teachers and the OCR English subject team to support you and your students with exam preparation. With a couple of weeks to go until the A Level English Literature exams, it is sometimes difficult to know what areas you should.
However in structure B, the comparison takes place throughout the whole essay and avoids looking at the poems separately. This is a better model to use and one which can be applied to comparisons.
Use of structure (continued) Part One of the novel mainly involves Kathy’s memories of Hailsham, Our day at Hailsham always began with an assembly, which was usually pretty brief, although as.How should I structure a GCSE style English Literature essay? As with any essay, you should start with an introduction that directly addresses and answers the given question, and outlines in brief the points your essay will explore. A little background knowledge here wityh regard to the wider debate surrounding the question is also useful. When you come to writing your conclusion at the end of.Here you will find OCR A Level English Literature past papers and mark schemes to help you revise for your OCR English exams. 020 3633 5145 New Home Study Kits now on sale!
The handbook should not be seen as the definitive word on studying English Literature at A level. Ultimately, your greatest resource is the staff. NB: This guide can also be found on the school website and some of the information in this guide also comes from materials produced by OCR. Craig J. Ennew Head of English, BWS 2016.Read More
Compare our GCSE English Literature (8702) to OCR’s offering. Although each exam board’s specification is different, the Department for Education (DfE) and Ofqual state that they all need to include the following: at least one Shakespeare play; at least one 19th -century novel; a number of unseen texts; a comparison of unseen texts; an assessment of students’ use of vocabulary, sentence.Read More
This Literature Student Book develops the key skills that students will be assessed on in the OCR GCSE English Literature qualification. Structured around the exam Components, the book offers comprehensive support for tackling modern prose and drama texts, 19th Century fiction, Shakepeare and poetry. Through the focus on the Assessment Objectives and skills, students will be equipped with.Read More
The OCR Specification is designed to build on the knowledge, understanding and skills established in GCSE English, GCSE English Literature and in the National Curriculum Programmes of Study for Key Stages 3 and 4. This Guidance is provided in addition to the Specification to support teachers in understanding the detail necessary to.Read More
Our OCR English Literature tutorial series for GCSE have been designed to accelerate learning in a fun, informative and easily accessible way. They are designed to be used throughout the learning process right from pre class preparation all the way through to exams. Written by specialists in their fields, including teachers, academics and examiners, the series provide the necessary arguments.Read More
English Literature essay at University level, including: 1. information on the criteria in relation to which your essay will be judged 2. how to plan and organise an essay o Planning an Essay o Essay Structure o Independence and Critical Reading o Use of Secondary Material 3. advice on writing style 4. a final checklist 5. WHAT ARE THE CRITERIA? In assessing essays, your tutors are asked to.Read More
Labelling texts by genre is an obsession of critics and examiners of English Literature. It might be argued that the play is a piece of realism in that its characters and themes are based firmly in the “real” New Orleans of 1947. Realism is the attempt to reproduce the complexity and “reality” of “real life” (whatever those are) in art. However, as is common to all realism, the.Read More
A Level English Literature Why study English Literature? “While thought exists, words are alive and literature becomes an escape, not from, but into living.” Cyril Connolly (Literature critic) English Literature has enabled mankind to express itself and in return, we are able to question and affirm our own values and beliefs through the power of literature. By exploring a range of texts.Read More
It is likely that the drama text will be one of the last components of the A-Level course to be studied so your learners will come to Our Country’s Good with a confident working knowledge of the analysis of lexico-grammatical features, semantics and pragmatics, denotation and connotation, discourse and genre from their study of the non-fiction anthology, the poetry, and the novel.Read More
KS5 English Literature; Skills; Essay writing Search options. Keyword(s) File name or number. File type. Publication date: from. Publication date: to. Author. Text. Key Stage 3. Key Stage 4. Key Stage 5. Subject. Search again. Other resource collections. 20 teaching ideas for. (1) An introduction to writers and their times (9) Approaches to literature (12) Comparing texts (2) Critical.Read More