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Thanks for visiting my shop! I'm a private tutor and content creator for 'Scrbbly' (an online English platform). I was formerly Head of English and an AQA Examiner, so I use my expertise to make online resources for students and teachers of all levels, from GCSE to University! I cover AQA, Edexcel, OCR and CIE (Cambridge), WJEC/Eduqas and CCEA exam boards.

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Thanks for visiting my shop! I'm a private tutor and content creator for 'Scrbbly' (an online English platform). I was formerly Head of English and an AQA Examiner, so I use my expertise to make online resources for students and teachers of all levels, from GCSE to University! I cover AQA, Edexcel, OCR and CIE (Cambridge), WJEC/Eduqas and CCEA exam boards.
Key Quotes - "To Kill A Mockingbird"
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Key Quotes - "To Kill A Mockingbird"

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In this resource you will find some key quotations that sum up the main ideas, events and characters in “To Kill A Mockingbird”. After looking at quotations and developing your own personal list, make sure to practice analyzing each one in depth so you will know what to say about it in an essay or exam answer.
"To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee - Context
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"To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee - Context

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This document provides a general overview of the context points of Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill A Mockingbird”. It includes author’s biography, general view on the novel, as well as the historical context of a novel.
What is Grammar? - by Scrbbly
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What is Grammar? - by Scrbbly

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Let’s dive into a world of Grammar! Sounds fun, right? To be able to do that, we need to start from basics, and this resource is exactly that. Whether English is your first language or not, this and the following resources will teach you everything you need to know about the basics in English Grammar! Suitable for… whoever finds it useful!
An Inspector Calls: B grade/L6 Example Essay
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An Inspector Calls: B grade/L6 Example Essay

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This is an essay example that a Y10 GCSE student completed whilst studying ‘An Inspector Calls’, it was not written in timed conditions. He was not used to writing essays and this was one of his first attempts, it came out very well! There are examiner’s marks and comments below - it received an L6 / B grade overall.
Essay Example on "Plenty" by Isobel Dixon
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Essay Example on "Plenty" by Isobel Dixon

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I wrote this essay during a poetry lesson with a student who is taking the CIE / Cambridge IGCSE exam. It wasn’t written under timed conditions so the middle paragraphs are slightly longer than you’d ideally aim for in your own, but I tried to include all of the main important ideas that you’d need for a high A or A* (L7/L8/L9) grade at GCSE — including analysis of form, structure and language, a clear layout, a central argument and understanding deeper meanings and alternative interpretations. Enjoy!
An Inspector Calls: A* / L9 Essay Example
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An Inspector Calls: A* / L9 Essay Example

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This is an example of a high grade A*/L9 essay for ‘An Inspector Calls’. It was completed by a teacher, not in timed conditions, to set an example for high achieving students, so it is beyond the requirement of a high grade for GCSE. However, students are encouraged to read it and deconstruct it to get ideas for their own essays and structuring-it is also useful in terms of learning how to develop a sophisticated approach to essay phrasing, techniques, and vocabulary.
John Keats 'La Belle Dame sans Merci' - Poem Analysis
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John Keats 'La Belle Dame sans Merci' - Poem Analysis

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Here’s a full breakdown of the ideas in ‘La Belle Dame sans Merci’ by John Keats, tailored towards GCSE / IGCSE students but also useful for those studying at a higher level. Enjoy! Includes: THE POEM VOCABULARY STORY/SUMMARY SPEAKER/VOICE LANGUAGE STRUCTURE/FORM CONTEXT THEMES
Robert Frost 'Out, Out -' Poem Analysis
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Robert Frost 'Out, Out -' Poem Analysis

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Here’s a detailed analysis of Robert Frost’s poem ‘Out, Out -’; it’s tailored towards students taking the CIE / Cambridge A Level syllabus but will be useful for anyone who’s working on understanding the poem at any level. Great for revision, missed lessons, boosting analytical / research skills and developing students’ confidence in Frost’s poetry at a higher level. Enjoy! Includes analysis of the following: POEM VOCABULARY STORY/SUMMARY SPEAKER/VOICE FORM/STRUCTURE LANGUAGE ATTITUDES CONTEXT CRITICS THEMES
'Charge Of The Light Brigade' - Poem Analysis by Scrbbly
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'Charge Of The Light Brigade' - Poem Analysis by Scrbbly

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Here’s a detailed analysis of the poem ‘Charge Of The Last Brigade’ by Alfred Lord Tennyson. These notes are tailored towards students from Y9 to A-Level (age 13+), including being suitable for collections such as AQA Power and Conflict Poetry. It includes, but is not limited to: Vocabulary Summary Language Features Structure / Form Analysis Context Attitudes / Messages Themes Essay Questions
Imitiaz Dharker 'Blessing' - Poem Analysis
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Imitiaz Dharker 'Blessing' - Poem Analysis

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Here’s a full breakdown of ‘Blessing’ by Imitiaz Dharker, tailored towards GCSE / IGCSE students but also useful for those studying at a higher level. Enjoy! Includes: VOCABULARY STORY/SUMMARY SPEAKER/VOICE LANGUAGE STRUCTURE/FORM ATTITUDES CONTEXT THEMES
'Kamikaze' by Beatrice Garland - Poem Analysis
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'Kamikaze' by Beatrice Garland - Poem Analysis

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Here’s a detailed analysis of the poem ‘Kamikaze’ by Beatrice Garland. These notes are tailored towards students from Y9 to A-Level (age 13+), including being suitable for collections such as AQA Power and Conflict Poetry. It includes, but is not limited to: Vocabulary Summary Language Features Structure / Form Analysis Context Attitudes / Messages Themes Essay Questions
Extract from The Prelude - W. Wordsworth - Poem + Analysis
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Extract from The Prelude - W. Wordsworth - Poem + Analysis

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Here’s a detailed analysis of the poem ‘Extract from The Prelude’ by William Wordsworth. These notes are tailored towards students from Y9 to A-Level (age 13+), including being suitable for collections such as AQA Power and Conflict Poetry. It includes, but is not limited to: Vocabulary Summary Language Features Structure / Form Analysis Context Attitudes / Messages Themes Essay Questions
"Little Boy Crying" Mervyn Morris - Poem Analysis
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"Little Boy Crying" Mervyn Morris - Poem Analysis

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Here is a full analysis of the poem “Little Boy Crying” by Mervyn Morris, tailored towards GCSE / IGCSE students but also suitable for those studying Morris at a higher level. Includes: VIDEO LESSON / EXPLANATION STORY / SUMMARY SPEAKER / VOICE ATTITUDES LANGUAGE FEATURES STRUCTURE / FORM CONTEXT THEMES
'The Three Fates' B Grade Essay Example + Feedback
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'The Three Fates' B Grade Essay Example + Feedback

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This is an essay completed by an IGCSE student, though in non-timed conditions. It received a B grade overall (borderline A), although some of the ideas and interpretations demonstrate a higher level and the issues with it are mostly structural. Suitable for CIE/Cambridge and IGCSE students, but also for those at a higher level. It includes: The Essay Question The Essay Mark Scheme Examiner Notes/Comments
AQA Power and Conflict Poetry Bundle
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AQA Power and Conflict Poetry Bundle

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This bundle provides a detailed analysis of AQA Power and Conflict Poetry. The notes are tailored towards students from Y9 to A-Level (age 13+), including being suitable for collections such as AQA Power and Conflict Poetry. Poems included: ‘Bayonet Charge’ ‘Charge of the Light Brigade’ ‘London’ ‘Ozymandias’ ‘Poppies’ ‘Remains’ ‘Storm on the Island’ ‘The Émigrée’ ‘War Photographer’ Extract from ‘The Prelude’ ‘My Last Duchess’ ‘Kamikaze’ ‘Checking Out Me History’ Each poem analysis includes, but is not limited to: Vocabulary Summary Language Features Structure / Form Analysis Context Attitudes / Messages Themes Essay Questions
Robert Frost 'The Sound of Trees' - Poem Analysis
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Robert Frost 'The Sound of Trees' - Poem Analysis

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Here’s a detailed analysis of Robert Frost’s poem ‘The Sound of Trees’; it’s tailored towards students taking the CIE / Cambridge A Level syllabus but will be useful for anyone who’s working on understanding the poem at any level. Great for revision, missed lessons, boosting analytical / research skills and developing students’ confidence in Frost’s poetry at a higher level. Enjoy! Includes analysis of the following: POEM VOCABULARY STORY/SUMMARY SPEAKER/VOICE LANGUAGE FORM/STRUCTURE ATTITUDES CONTEXT THEMES
AQA GCSE English Language Paper 2 - REVISION BUNDLE
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AQA GCSE English Language Paper 2 - REVISION BUNDLE

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This revision pack contains detailed revision documents on each aspect of English Language Paper 2, suitable for study at KS3 / GCSE, IGCSE, and A Level (8th-12th Grade in the US). Contents: English Language Paper 2 Overview English Language Paper 2, Section A, Question 1 and 2 English Language Paper 2, Section A, Question 3 English Language Paper 2, Section A, Question 4 English Language Paper 2, Section B