Key Dates Key dates for GCE English Literature 2018-19 Latest Resource Teaching Shakespeare and Drama Learners often struggle to write on drama.
This resource helps them to do so effectively, applying the skills required across the Eduqas specification in order to succeed.
Also Included is a new mock assessment and mark scheme with feedback sheet for self-assessment.
Connect with teachers via our online networking map The aim is to create an interactive map to support centres wishing to share experiences and ideas online and face-to-face.
Option Evening Handout A printable handout created by our English Literature team to share with students thinking of choosing AS/A Level English Literature.
The rubrics for the papers have been amended slightly in order to clarify which assessment objectives are being examined for each section and to give clearer guidance for candidates.
In order to support candidates in this summer's AS and A level English Literature examinations, the rubrics for the papers have been amended slightly.
This is in order to clarify which assessment objectives are being examined for each section and to give clearer guidance for candidates.
I'm struggling with choosing a text for prose, and any tips for the coursework would be greatly appreciated. Charlotte All I'd really say is focus on any feedback your teacher is able to give to you, make sure everything you say is relevant and necessary to the question (1500 words isn't enough to be able to waste some on half-important points), and keep checking that you're hitting all of the Assessment Objectives rather than just focusing on a couple.
As for choosing the novel, it depends a lot on which aspect of literary criticism you feel best at writing about.