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- AQA GCSE English Lit - singh song! poem annotations
- Love and Relationships Poetry Anthology - AQA
- GCSE English Literature AQA Poetry Guide: Love & Relationships Anthology - the Grade 9-1 Course
AQA GCSE English Lit - singh song! poem annotations
Love and Relationships Poetry Anthology - AQA
Not all of our resources are on TES, check out our website for notes, videos, flashcards and more. These notes are designed to help students explore the Love and Relationships Poetry Anthology. Full of ideas, techniques and analysis, students can use the content to help inspire their own ideas and interpretations. Each poem is colourfully annotated to highlight the techniques used by the poets. Also, the end of each document includes a table to help students compare and contrast with other poems within the anthology.
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GCSE English Literature AQA Poetry Guide: Love & Relationships Anthology - the Grade 9-1 Course
Exams from June The work in this booklet can be used in a number of ways: a regular homework, revision aid, class resource or even just a catch up material if you have missed a topic. You can now order printed copies of the anthologies for your students, and include teacher copies in your order. Album Credits. Our new poetry anthology is Anthology of Poetry: Poems past and present, which has been developed as a set text for our new specification in GCSE English Literature for first teachingfrom
We are very confident that this allows our students to become entirely ofay with all elements of both exams and allows for timetabled revision of both Language and Literature throughout the three year course. This course follows on from the Lower School English programme of study where they will have started developing core skills and knowledge linked to the GCSE Assessment Objectives. The English Literature and English Language courses are designed to inspire and motivate students, providing appropriate stretch and challenge whilst ensuring, as far as possible, that the assessment and texts are accessible to the full range of students.