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Edexcel A Level John Donne Anthology
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Edexcel A Level John Donne Anthology

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Edexcel A Level John Donne Anthology Thorough analysis of all Donne’s poetry set by Edexcel, including the titles, outlining the key conceits, the form, analysis of specific quotes, and the relevant context tailored to each poem. Also includes critical quotes and covers the key characteristics of metaphysical poetry. Poems include: ‘The Good-Morrow’ (‘Good’). Some of this is sampled. ‘Song: Go and catch a falling star’ (‘Star’) ‘Woman’s Constancy’ (‘Constancy’) ‘The Sun Rising’ (‘Sun’) This is sampled. ‘The Canonization’ (‘Canonization’) ‘Song: Sweetest love, I do not go’ (‘Sweetest’) ‘Air and Angels’ (‘Air’) ‘The Anniversary’ (‘Anniversary’) ‘Twickenham Garden’ (‘Garden’) ‘Love’s Growth’ (‘Growth’) ‘A Valediction: of Weeping’ (‘Weeping’) ‘Love’s Alchemy’ (‘Alchemy’) ‘The Flea’ (‘Flea’) ‘A Nocturnal upon St. Lucy’s Day’ (‘Day’) ‘The Apparition’ (‘Apparition’) ‘A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning’ (‘Mourning’) ‘The Ecstasy’ (‘Ecstasy’) ‘The Funeral’ (‘Funeral’) ‘The Relic’ (‘Relic’) ‘To His Mistress Going to Bed’ (‘Bed’) ‘HSI: Thou hast made me, and shall thy work decay?’ (‘decay?’) ‘HSV: I am a little world’ (‘world’) ‘HSVI: This is my play’s last scene’ (‘play’) ‘HSVII: At the round earth’s imagin’d corners’ (‘corners’) ‘HSX: Death, be not proud’ (‘Death,’) ‘HSXI: Spit in my face, you Jews’ (‘Jews’) ‘HSXIV: Batter my heart’ (‘Batter’) ‘Good Friday, 1613. Riding Westward’ (‘1613’) ‘Hymn to God, My God, in My Sickness’ (‘Sickness’) ‘A Hymn to God the Father’ (‘Father’) Characteristics of Metaphysical Poetry *Updated August 2020 with some slight tweaks. On my shop, see also my Edexcel A Level John Donne Essays. In a similar style to this analysed anthology, I also have an Edexcel A Level Poems of the Decade Anthology available.
Edexcel A Level Dorian Gray & Dracula
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Edexcel A Level Dorian Gray & Dracula

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Edexcel A Level Dorian Gray & Dracula Revision Guide -includes critic quotes -insight into the roles and personalities of characters. -key quotes which broadly cover all themes -the significance and reasoning behind Oscar Wilde and Stoker’s settings. -context of the novel On my shop, see also: Edexcel A Level Gray & Dracula Carmilla Edexcel A Level Gray & Dracula A Rebours Edexcel A Level Dorian Gray & Dracula Decadence Edexcel A Level Dorian Gray Quotes Edexcel A Level English Dracula Quotes
AQA A Level Politics Essays
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AQA A Level Politics Essays

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AQA A Level Politics Essays Tailored to the new course, first exam 2019. Section A (9 markers) Parliament: three ways in which Parliament scrutinises the executive, three models of representation, three arguments for keeping the House of Lords in its present form. (A*) Explain and analyse three ways in which the structural system could be used to compare US and UK parties. (A*) Explain and analyse three ways in which structural theory could be used to compare the US Congress and the UK Parliament. (A*) Ideologies, Liberalism: including three features of the ‘liberal state’, three ways that liberals support equality, three ways liberalism supports a capitalist economy. (A*) Section B (extract) Ideologies Section B – Socialism (extract question from Sample AQA Politics Paper 3, question 04). Compare the arguments being made in the above extract over the means of achieving socialism. (A*) Section C (essay) A* Ideologies, Feminism: With reference to feminist thinkers that you have studied, analyse and evaluate the changing nature of feminism. This is sampled on the preview. US & UK pressure groups: ‘Pressure groups play a much more important role in lobbying the legislature in the USA than in the UK.’ A EU: ‘The EU is fundamentally undemocratic.’ Parliament: ‘Despite its weaknesses, select committees play an increasingly crucial role in British Politics’. US & UK Pressure Groups: ‘Money is not the determining factor to pressure group success in the UK, but can be considered ‘largely’ the USA’s.’ Includes WWW and EBI comments, and extra research. updated 25.07.2020 as I found one of my old folders. On my shop, see also: AQA A Level Ideologies Thinkers AQA A Level UK Politics PPTs AQA A Level Politics UK, US & Ideology Factor Paragraph Plans AQA A Level Politics Ideologies Traits AQA A Level US Politics Handouts & PPTs
AQA A Level Tudors Guide Mid-Tudors
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AQA A Level Tudors Guide Mid-Tudors

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A Level AQA Component 1C The Tudors: England, 1485–1603 Revision Guide on Edward VI (Somerset and Northumberland) and Mary I -Edward’s Childhood -Who was Edward Seymour / Duke of Somerset / Lord Protector? -Religious Reform under Somerset -Somerset’s Economy -Somerset’s Rebellions 1549 -Comparing Somerset’s and Northumberland’s Foreign Policy -Who was John Dudley / Earl of Northumberland? -Religious Reform under Northumberland -Did humanism change under Northumberland? -Northumberland’s Economy -Why was M1 able to establish herself on the throne so quickly? -Religious Reform under M1 -Did humanism change under M1? -Wyatt’s Rebellion Jan 1554 -M1’s marriage to P2 of Spain July 1554 -M1’s FP -M1’s Government -M1’s Economy & Society Includes extra research. On my shop, see also: AQA A Level History Tudor Handouts & PPTs AQA A Level Tudors Essays AQA A Level Tudors Guide Henry VII Revision Guide AQA A Level Tudors Guide Henry VIII Revision Guide AQA A Level Tudors Guide Elizabeth I Revision Guide
Edexcel A Level Poems of Decade Essays
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Edexcel A Level Poems of Decade Essays

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A Level Edexcel Poems of the Decade Essays -Read ‘Cooking with Blood’ by France and re-read ‘Eat Me’ by Agbabi. Compare the methods both poets use to explore human desire. (A*) -Read ‘Sonnet’ by Emma Jones and re-read ‘Chainsaw Versus the Pampas Grass’ by Simon Armitage. Compare the methods both poets use to explore change. (A) -Read ‘A Miracle for Breakfast’ by Elizabeth Bishop and re-read ‘Eat Me’ by Agbabi. Compare the methods both poets use to explore food. (A) This is the one sampled. -Read ‘IVF’ by Macphee and re-read ‘Out of the Bag’ by Seamus Heaney. Compare the methods both poets use to explore attitudes to birth and medicine. (B) includes WWW and EBI comments. On my shop, see also my Edexcel A Level Poems of the Decade Anthology resource for a fully analysed anthology.
AQA A Level Politics Ideologies Traits
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AQA A Level Politics Ideologies Traits

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AQA Ideologies – Divided into key qualities which can form the basis of paragraphs Covers liberalism, conservatism, socialism and feminism. Split into the key qualities of each ideology which form the basis of paragraphs for Section A and B, whilst feminism is split into Human Nature, Society, Economy and State for Section C. Within each quality includes the different approaches e.g. classical, modern and neo-liberal attitudes towards equality / meritocracy, ensuring equality of opportunity. On my shop, see also: AQA A Level Politics Essays AQA A Level Ideologies Thinkers AQA A Level UK Politics PPTs AQA A Level Politics UK, US & Ideology Factor Paragraph Plans AQA A Level US Politics Handouts & PPTs
AQA Merchant of Venice Crib Sheet
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AQA Merchant of Venice Crib Sheet

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GCSE AQA English Literature. Merchant of Venice. Crib Sheet. -Context -Plot outline by act + scene -Character descriptions with key quotes and analysis. -Key quotes (analysed) divided by themes -Top tips for the exam -Form and structure Achieved a level 9 in 2017 exam. On my shop, see also AQA Merchant of Venice Themes and AQA Merchant of Venice Storyboard activity. This is also available in a bundle.
Edexcel A Level John Donne Essays
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Edexcel A Level John Donne Essays

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A Level Edexcel John Donne Essays -Explore the ways in which Donne presents death in ‘A Hymn to God, My God, in My Sickness’ and ‘A Hymn to God the Father’. (A*) -Explore the ways in which Donne presents love in ‘The Sun Rising’ and ‘The Good Morrow’. (A*) This one is sampled. -Explore the ways in which John Donne’s poetry presents sin and forgiveness in ‘Batter my Heart’ and ‘At the round earth’s imagin’d corners’. (A*) -Explore the ways in which Donne presents women in ‘Woman’s Constancy’ and ‘Song’. (A) includes WWW and EBI comments. Includes extra research. On my shop, see also my Edexcel A Level John Donne Anthology for a thoroughly analysed anthology.
Edexcel A Level Poems of Decade
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Edexcel A Level Poems of Decade

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Edexcel A Level Poems of the Decade Anthology Thorough analysis of all the Poems of the Decade set by Edexcel, including the titles, outlining the basic narrative, the form and analysis of specific quotes. Poems include: ‘Eat Me’ (‘Eat’) - Agbabi ‘Chainsaw Versus the Pampas Grass’ (‘Chainsaw’) - Armitage ‘Material’ (‘Material’) - Barber ‘History’ (‘History’) - Burnside ‘An Easy Passage’ (‘Passage’) - Copus ‘The Deliverer’ (‘Deliverer’) - Doshi ‘The Lammas Hireling’ (‘Hireling’) – Duhig ‘To My Nine-Year-Old Self’ (‘Self’) - Dunmore ‘A Minor Role’ (‘Role’) - Fanthrope ‘The Gun’ (‘Gun’) - Feaver ‘The Furthest Distances I’ve Travelled’ (‘Distances’) - Flynn ‘Giuseppe’ (‘Giuseppe’) - Ford ‘Out of the Bag’ (‘Bag’) - Heaney ‘Effects’ (‘Effects’) - Jenkins ‘Genetics’ (‘Genetics’) - Morrissey ‘From the Journal of a Disappointed Man’ (‘Man’) - Motion ‘Look we have a Coming to Dover!’ (‘Dover!’) - Nagra ‘Please Hold’ (‘Hold’) – O’Driscoll ‘On Her Blindness’ (‘Blindness’) - Thorpe ‘Ode on a Grayson Perry Urn’ (‘Urn’) – Turnbull On my shop, see also my Edexcel A Level Poems of the Decade Essays.
Edexcel A Level Dracula Quotes
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Edexcel A Level Dracula Quotes

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Edexcel A Level Dracula Quotes Thorough analysis of a range of quotes from ‘Dracula’. Edexcel A Level Gray & Dracula Carmilla Edexcel A Level Gray & Dracula A Rebours Edexcel A Level Dorian Gray & Dracula Decadence Edexcel A Level Dorian Gray Quotes Edexcel A Level Dorian Gray & Dracula Revision Guide
AQA A Level History Russia Stalin Guide
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AQA A Level History Russia Stalin Guide

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AQA A Level History Stalin Revision Guide Component 2N Revolution and dictatorship: Russia, 1917–1953 Covers: Power Struggle. This is sampled. Collectivisation Industrialisation Culture & society The Terror Stalin’s Foreign Policy 1919-1939 Great Patriotic War 1941-1945 High Stalinism & renewed terror Superpower + Cold War Includes extra research. *updated 29.07.2020 with refined format On my shop, see also: AQA A Level Russia Factor plans AQA A Level History Russia NOPTEA AQA A Level History Socialist Realism AQA A Level History Russia Lenin Revision Guide
AQA A Level History Russia NOPTEA
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AQA A Level History Russia NOPTEA

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AQA A Level History Russia NOPTEA Component 2N Revolution and dictatorship: Russia, 1917–1953, covering Section A of the exam. NOPTEA stands for Nature, Origin, Purpose, Tone, Emphasis and Audience, used to analyse the sources. Includes: -a list of sources from all AQA Paper 2s to familiarise students with the sorts of sources they could face, how this would affect NOPTEA and provides possible questions they could consider -separating the sources into different levels of secrecy -pros, cons and questions to consider with posthumous sources -how post-1953 sources could influence validity -a detailed list of adjectives to describe the type of tone -words to describe how the source ‘argues’ -detailed advice on how to tackle Section B -an example paragraph On my shop, see also: AQA A Level Russia Factor plans AQA A Level History Socialist Realism AQA A Level History Russia Lenin Revision Guide AQA A Level History Russia Stalin Revision Guide
AQA A Level Tudors Essays
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AQA A Level Tudors Essays

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A Level AQA Component 1C The Tudors: England, 1485–1603 -To what extent did court life and arts help to increase E1’s power and prestige? (A*) -‘Elizabeth’s foreign policy was mostly a series of disasters.’ Assess the validity of this view. (A) This one is sampled. -‘Anti-clericalism was responsible for the development of the English Reformation in the years 1529-1547.’ Assess the validity of this view. (A) -To what extent was the Tudor Age characterised by advances in humanism and the arts? (B) -How far were problems of poverty in England successfully addressed during Elizabeth’s reign? (B) -‘Society in early Tudor England was strong and stable’. Assess the validity of this view. (B) -‘Henry VII had successfully established monarchical authority by 1509’. Assess the validity of this view. (B) -‘Elizabethan government had more weaknesses than strengths in the years 1558 to 1603’ Assess the validity of this view. © Includes WWW and EBI comments, and extra research. On my shop, see also: AQA A Level History Tudor Handouts & PPTs AQA A Level Tudors Guide Henry VII Revision Guide AQA A Level Tudors Guide Henry VIII Revision Guide AQA A Level Tudors Guide Mid-Tudors Revision Guide AQA A Level Tudors Guide Elizabeth I Revision Guide
Edexcel A Level Othello Guide
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Edexcel A Level Othello Guide

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Edexcel A Level English ‘Othello’ Revision Guide -key quotes from Othello critics -insight into the roles and personalities of characters. -key quotes which broadly cover all themes -the significance and reasoning behind Shakespeare’s settings -context of ‘Othello’ especially comparisons to Cinthio On my shop, see also my Edexcel A Level Othello Essays.
AQA A Level Tudors Guide Elizabeth I
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AQA A Level Tudors Guide Elizabeth I

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A Level AQA Component 1C The Tudors: England, 1485–1603 Revision Guide on Elizabeth I -What were the biggest challenges facing the new Queen? -How well did Elizabeth’s coronation help her consolidate power? -Religious settlement -E1’s Marriage -Economy -E1’s Image -Government -Threats to the ‘Middle Way’ -E1’s foreign policy -MoS -E1’s later years Includes extra research. On my shop, see also: AQA A Level History Tudor Handouts & PPTs AQA A Level Tudors Essays AQA A Level Tudors Guide Henry VII Revision Guide AQA A Level Tudors Guide Henry VIII Revision Guide AQA A Level Tudors Guide Mid-Tudors Revision Guide
AQA A Level Tudors Guide Henry VII
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AQA A Level Tudors Guide Henry VII

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A Level AQA Component 1C The Tudors: England, 1485–1603 Revision Guide on Henry VII -Tudor background -Outline to Henry VII -Foreign policy -Government -Pretenders and rebellions -Finances -Was the Tudor dynasty left hanging by a thread? Includes extra research. On my shop, see also: AQA A Level History Tudor Handouts & PPTs AQA A Level Tudors Essays AQA A Level Tudors Guide Henry VIII Revision Guide AQA A Level Tudors Guide Mid-Tudors Revision Guide AQA A Level Tudors Guide Elizabeth I Revision Guide
AQA Poetry Power and Conflict Flashcards
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AQA Poetry Power and Conflict Flashcards

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GCSE AQA English Literature Poetry Power and Conflict. Flashcards Covers all poems from Shelley’s ‘Ozymandias’ to Garland’s ‘Kamikaze’ in brief flashcards. Highlights comparative themes they fit into. Flags up the key context, form, structure and the message of the poem. Each has various quotes analysed succinctly. Achieved a level 9 in 2017 exam.
AQA History Nazi Germany. Timelines.
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AQA History Nazi Germany. Timelines.

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GCSE AQA History Nazi Germany. Timeline for each section. On my shop, see also AQA History. Nazi Germany Revision Guide and AQA History. Hitler’s Henchmen Quizcard.
AQA. Merchant of Venice. Storyboard activity
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AQA. Merchant of Venice. Storyboard activity

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GCSE AQA. Merchant of Venice. Storyboard activity Storyboard activity you can recreate of Act 5 Scene 1. On my shop, see also AQA Merchant of Venice Themes and AQA Merchant of Venice Crib Sheet. This is also available in a bundle.
AQA An Inspector Calls Activities
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AQA An Inspector Calls Activities

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GCSE AQA English Literature. An Inspector Calls. Activities. Activities on: -Mr Birling & the Inspector’s Shifts in Power in Act 1. -How Gerald and Mrs Birling’s actions contribute to Eva’s death in Act 2. Detailed analysis of quotes. -Exploration of socialism and capitalism within the play. On my shop, see also GCSE AQA An Inspector Calls Context Table and GCSE AQA An Inspector Calls Crib Sheet. This is also available in a bundle.