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    AS/A-level English Literature Workbook: A Streetcar Named Desire by: Richard Vardy

    Check, reinforce and improve critical skills and textual understanding to give students the best chance of success in their AS/A-level English Literature exams.

    Containing over 150 ready-made activities for A Streetcar Named Desire – with comprehensive answers provided online – this write-in Workbook:

    – Actively develops knowledge and skills as students practise questions that cover plot and structure, themes, characterisation, form and language, contexts and critical approaches

    – Ensures that every student achieves real progress with activities that gradually build in difficulty, plus additional ‘Challenge yourself’ tasks to target the top grades

    – Helps students make the transition from GCSE to AS/A-level, with guidance from experienced examiners and teachers on higher-level skills, such as analysing structure and using literary terminology

    – Focuses on exam skills with a separate section that includes practice essay questions and advice on: question types; essay planning; writing about extracts and whole texts; using evidence and context

    – Encourages independent learning as students use their Workbook at home or in class, throughout the course or for revision and exam preparation

    – Supports the AQA A, AQA B, Edexcel, WJEC Eduqas, WJEC and CCEA AS/A-level English Literature specifications through a wide range of activities suitable for every exam board.

     

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    AS/A-level English Literature Workbook: Atonement by: De Steve Eddy

    Check, reinforce and improve critical skills and textual understanding to give students the best chance of success in their AS/A-level English Literature exams.

    Containing over 150 ready-made activities for Atonement – with comprehensive answers provided online – this write-in Workbook: – Actively develops knowledge and skills as students practise questions that cover plot and structure, themes, characterisation, form and language, contexts and critical approaches – Ensures that every student achieves real progress with activities that gradually build in difficulty, plus additional ‘Challenge yourself’ tasks to target the top grades – Helps students make the transition from GCSE to AS/A-level, with guidance from experienced examiners and teachers on higher-level skills, such as analysing structure and using literary terminology – Focuses on exam skills with a separate section that includes practice essay questions and advice on: question types; essay planning; writing about extracts and whole texts; using evidence and context – Encourages independent learning as students use their Workbook at home or in class, throughout the course or for revision and exam preparation – Supports the AQA A, AQA B, Edexcel and OCR AS/A-level English Literature specifications through a wide range of activities suitable for every exam board.

     

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    AS/A-level English Literature Workbook: Measure for Measure by: de Michael Jones

    Check, reinforce and improve critical skills and textual understanding to give students the best chance of success in their AS/A-level English Literature exams.

    Containing over 150 ready-made activities for Measure for Measure – with comprehensive answers provided online – this write-in Workbook: – Actively develops knowledge and skills as students practise questions that cover plot and structure, themes, characterisation, form and language, contexts and critical approaches – Ensures that every student achieves real progress with activities that gradually build in difficulty, plus additional ‘Challenge yourself’ tasks to target the top grades – Helps students make the transition from GCSE to AS/A-level, with guidance from experienced examiners and teachers on higher-level skills, such as analysing structure and using literary terminology – Focuses on exam skills with a separate section that includes practice essay questions and advice on: question types; essay planning; writing about extracts and whole texts; using evidence and context – Encourages independent learning as students use their Workbook at home or in class, throughout the course or for revision and exam preparation – Supports the AQA A, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC Eduqas and CCEA AS/A-level English Literature specifications through a wide range of activities suitable for every exam board

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    AS/A-level English Literature Workbook: The Handmaid’s Tale by: Renee Stanton

    Check, reinforce and improve critical skills and textual understanding to give students the best chance of success in their AS/A-level English Literature exams.

    Containing over 150 ready-made activities for The Handmaid’s Tale – with comprehensive answers provided online – this write-in Workbook:

    – Actively develops knowledge and skills as students practise questions that cover plot and structure, themes, characterisation, form and language, contexts and critical approaches

    – Ensures that every student achieves real progress with activities that gradually build in difficulty, plus additional ‘Challenge yourself’ tasks to target the top grades

    – Helps students make the transition from GCSE to AS/A-level, with guidance from experienced examiners and teachers on higher-level skills, such as analysing structure and using literary terminology

    – Focuses on exam skills with a separate section that includes practice essay questions and advice on: question types; essay planning; writing about extracts and whole texts; using evidence and context

    – Encourages independent learning as students use their Workbook at home or in class, throughout the course or for revision and exam preparation

    – Supports the AQA A, AQA B, Edexcel and OCR AS/A-level English Literature specifications through a wide range of activities suitable for every exam board

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    English Literature for the IB Diploma by: Angela Stancar Johnson, Nic Amy, Carolyn P. Henly, Kathleen Clare Waller, 3,582.00 2,687.00

    Everything you need to deliver a rich, concept-based approach for the new IB Diploma English Literature course.
    – Navigate seamlessly through all aspects of the syllabus with in-depth coverage of the new course structure and content
    – Investigate the three areas of exploration, concept connections and global issues in detail to help students become flexible, critical readers
    – Learn how to appreciate a variety of texts with a breadth of reading material and forms from a diverse pool of authors
    – Engaging activities are provided to test understanding of each topic and develop skills – guiding answers are available to check your responses
    – Identify opportunities to make connections across the syllabus, with explicit reference to TOK, EE and CAS.

     

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    Literary Analysis for English Literature for the IB Diploma by: Angela Stancar Johnson, Carolyn P. Henly, 1,685.00 1,264.00

    Literary Analysis for English Literature for the IB Diploma by Carolyn P. Henly, Angela Stancar Johnson

    Build confidence in a range of key literary analysis techniques and skills with this practical companion, full of advice and guidance from experienced experts.
    – Build analysis techniques and skills through a range of strategies, serving as a useful companion throughout the course – from critical-thinking, referencing and citation and the development of a line of inquiry to reflecting on the writing process and constructing essays for Paper 1 and Paper 2
    – Develop skills in how to approach a text using literary analysis strategies and critical theory, for both unseen literary texts (the basis of Paper 1) and texts studied in class
    – Learn how to engage with texts so that you can write convincingly and passionately about literature through active reading, note-taking, asking questions, and developing a personal response to texts
    – Concise, clear explanations help students navigate the IB requirements, including advice on assessment objectives and how literary analysis weaves through Paper 1, Paper 2, the HL Essay, Individual Oral and the Learner Profile
    – Engaging activities are provided to test your understanding of each topic and develop skills for the exam – guiding answers are available to check responses

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    Literature in English for Cambridge International AS & A Level Student Book by: Dr. Julian Pattison, Duncan Williams, 1,800.00 1,440.00

    Literature in English for Cambridge International AS & A Level Student Book By Julian Pattison, Duncan Williams

    Providing complete and up-to-date coverage of the Cambridge AS and A Level Literature syllabus, and written by an experienced author team, this rigorous resource promotes critical and analytical responses to literary texts, in an accessible and engaging style.The text aims to provide students with a framework for literary student that will serve them throughout their study of Literature.

    Author- Julian Pattison & Duncan Williams

    Features

    • Engage with all aspects of the latest Cambridge AS and A Level syllabus, using diverse and exciting texts from around the world.
    • Strengthen students’ ability to analyse language critically, with a practical, skills-based approach.
    • Encourage creative, personal responses to literary texts, via reflection-prompting questions and suggestions for discussion.
    • Boost assessment confidence and performance with plenty of opportunities for students to apply essential skills and knowledge in an exam-style context.
    • Encourage students to understand exam requirements and self-evaluate using break-downs of the syllabus, sample candidate responses and strategic tips.
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    Oxford IB Diploma Programme: IB English A: Literature Course Book by: Brent Whitted, Anna Androulaki , 2,800.00 2,240.00

    Oxford IB Diploma Programme: IB English A: Literature Course Book  By Brent Whitted, Anna Androulaki Developed in cooperation with the IB, this student-friendly, concept-based Course Book has been comprehensively updated to support all aspects of the new English A: Literature syllabus, for first teaching in September 2019. With in-depth coverage of the new Areas of Exploration, global concerns, concepts and conceptual questions, the resource provides a clear and accessible route through the course – from text selection and analysis to assessment. The IB English A: Literature Course Book is available in print, online and as a print and online pack.

    Features

    • Address all aspects of the new English A: Literature guide, with in-depth coverage of the new course structure and content, including the Areas of Exploration, global concerns, concepts and conceptual questions
    • Develop learners’ understanding of the nuances of different text types, and the possibilities for connections across the syllabus, via engaging explanations, extracts and activities
    • Encourage reflection, inquiry and critical thinking through integrated support for Theory of Knowledge and Approaches to Learning, plus expert guidance on developing the new learner portfolio
    • Thoroughly prepare students for IB assessment via overviews of the written components, exam-style practice questions, and support for the new Internal Assessment
    • The IB English A: Literature Course Book is available in print, online and as a print and online pack, with additional teacher support materials provided via a free website
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    Songs of Ourselves: Volume 2 by: Mary Wilmer  780.00 624.00

    Songs of Ourselves: Volume 2 by Mary Wilmer

    Parts of Songs of Ourselves Volume 2 are set for study in Cambridge IGCSE®, O Level and Cambridge International AS & A Level Literature in English syllabuses. Following on from the popular Songs of Ourselves 1, the anthology includes work from over 100 poets, combining famous names – such as William Blake, Emily Dickinson and Les Murray – with lesser-known voices. This helps students to create fresh and interesting contrasts as they explore themes that range from nature to war.

    • Parts of the book are set for study in Cambridge’s IGCSE, O Level, and Cambridge International AS and A Level Literature in English syllabuses, but it is designed to have a broader appeal and function, providing verse to enjoy for readers of all ages and backgrounds.
    • Like the first volume, it contains work by more than 100 poets from all parts of the English speaking world.
    • Famous poets, from William Blake to Les Murray, are once again mixed with many new and lesser known voices to create fresh and interesting effects and contrasts.
    • Poems have been carefully chosen for their universal appeal, avoiding anything very obscure or hard to interpret.
    • The poems are arranged in broad thematic sections, allowing many different connections to be made, which will stir readers’ interests, inspiring them to explore the rich and ever expanding world of poetry in English.
    • Brief notes under the poems help with difficult words, phrases and references.
    • Can be used alongside Songs of Ourselves Volume 1 and Stories of Ourselves Volumes 1 and 2.