Macbeth Revision: Character of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth: 20 Sample AQA Exam Questions and Sample Answer Presentation - Revision - Exam Practice

Macbeth Revision: Character of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth: 20 Sample AQA Exam Questions and Sample Answer Presentation - Revision - Exam Practice

This bundle offers everything you need to begin preparing your class to answer AQA exam questions on the characters of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. - 12 sample exam questions on the character of Macbeth and 8 sample exam questions on the character of Lady Macbeth, designed to reflect exactly the actual exam paper - Presentation, showing students how to structure and create an exam answer on Macbeth's character - Series of worksheets, including sample answer essay, Macbeth AOs, essay planning grids and blank grid for further use Please check out my other AQA Macbeth resources: Macbeth bundle – 20 sample exam questions on the characters of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth PLUS Presentation and Worksheets showing how to write a sample answer Themes and Characters of Macbeth – all 24 sample AQA exam questions Character of Macbeth – a Presentation and series of Worksheets showing students exactly how to answer an exam question Character of Macbeth – 12 sample AQA exam questions Character of Lady Macbeth – 8 sample AQA exam questions The Supernatural in Macbeth – 7 sample AQA exam questions Minor characters of Macbeth – 8 sample AQA exam questions Characters of Macbeth – 12 sample AQA exam questions Themes of Macbeth – 12 sample AQA exam questions
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Love + Relationships Poetry - Exam Revision Sample Answers - 'Porphyria's Lover' and 'Neutral Tones'

Love + Relationships Poetry - Exam Revision Sample Answers - 'Porphyria's Lover' and 'Neutral Tones'

AQA GCSE English Literature Love and Relationships Poetry – Exam Preparation - A Comparative Answer on 'Porphyria's Lover' by Robert Browning and 'Neutral Tones' by Thomas Hardy. This resource is designed to help you prepare your class to answer a GCSE English Literature question on AQA Love and Relationships Poetry. There are five elements included: 1. Answering AQA Love and Relationships Poetry Questions: this 31-slide Powerpoint presentation is the core of this group of resources. It examines each of the following elements: the AOs and the Mark Scheme, exam timing and weighting, essay structure, how to write an introduction, using ‘rough notes’ for planning, contents of the main body and how to write a conclusion. Most importantly, it features many extracts from the sample exam answer which are annotated to show the importance of using subject terminology, precise and judicious quotes and comparative links. 2. Love and Relationships Sample Answers – this 800-word sample answer to the question is presented in two formats for your convenience. The first is a one-page A4 handout of the essay itself. The second is a two-page A4 handout with wider margins and more generous spacing – this allows ample space for annotation and highlighting, allowing students to completely break down the elements of the essay. I would suggest copying this onto an A3 sheet – I’ve used it very effectively with pairs of students using different colour markers to highlight the AOs, subject terminology, comparative terms, precise quotes etc. 3. Love and Relationships Sample Planning Grid – this is a one-page A4 handout showing students how to use ‘rough notes’ to structure their essay. 4. Planning Grid Template – a one-page A4 handout featuring a blank Planning Grid which students can use to plan their own essays. 5. Love and Relationships AOs – a one-page A4 handout which explains the AOs to students in a manner that is accessible and easy to understand. It eliminates any confusion about the Mark Scheme and shows students exactly what elements need to be included to gain maximum marks. Worksheets only Presentation only Presentation, Worksheet AND 12 Sample Exam Questions 12 Sample Exam Questions
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Language Analysis for AQA GCSE

Language Analysis for AQA GCSE

This excellent resource gives you everything you need to teach students how to analyse writers’ use of language for the new AQA English Language GCSE. The contents are as follows: 1. 72-slide Powerpoint presentation on Language Analysis – this presentation examines three literary extracts in detail, showing students exactly how to identify techniques, plan their answer and write a structured, comprehensive response to a Language Analysis question. It contains model answers for the first three extracts and also contains an additional three extracts for students to examine and create their own answers. It also features an indepth-examination of the AQA Mark Scheme for the Language Analysis questions, showing students exactly how to maximise their marks. 2. Student Extract Booklets – these three booklets are differentiated: Booklet 3 is for less able students and contains an annotated version of the extracts with hints as to what language features are used in each one. Booklet 2 is for more able students and each page contains hints on the language features. Booklet 1 is for the most able students and features the unannotated version of the extract without any helpful hints. 3. Teacher’s Master Copy – for your convenience, this is a more compact version of the student booklets, containing all six extracts and three model answers. This resource is also available without any AQA references – ideal for students of all exam boards. I hope these resources are helpful for you and instructive for your students – as always, I’d be delighted to hear any feedback you may have. I will be adding lots more English Language revision resources to my shop so please check back regularly!
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Macbeth GCSE Revision Bundle

Macbeth GCSE Revision Bundle

This great bundle contains everything you need to kickstart your Macbeth revision with your GCSE class: a sample answer with accompanying worksheets focusing on Macbeth's character using an extract from 1:7, a 36-slide presentation showing how to plan and write the best possible answer, a set of 24 sample exam questions to practise with and a fun quiz to reinforce learning.
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Bayonet Charge Remains Revision

Bayonet Charge Remains Revision

This fantastic bundle contains all you need to kickstart your revision of the Power and Conflict Poetry: a sample answer comparing Bayonet Charge and Remains with accompanying worksheets, a 32-slide presentation showing how to plan and write the best possible answer, a set of sample exam questions to practise with and a pack of fun activities to reinforce learning.
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Ozymandias and Exposure: Power and Conflict Revision

Ozymandias and Exposure: Power and Conflict Revision

This fantastic bundle contains all you need to kickstart your revision of the Power and Conflict Poetry: a sample answer comparing Ozymandias and Exposure with accompanying worksheets, a 32-slide presentation showing how to plan and write the best possible answer, a set of sample exam questions to practise with and a pack of fun activities to reinforce learning.
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Storm on the Island Prelude: Power and Conflict Revision

Storm on the Island Prelude: Power and Conflict Revision

This fantastic bundle contains all you need to kickstart your revision of the Power and Conflict Poetry: a sample answer with accompanying worksheets, a 32-slide presentation showing how to plan and write the best possible answer, a set of sample exam questions to practise with and a pack of fun activities to reinforce learning.
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Poppies Charge of the Light Brigade: Power and Conflict Revision

Poppies Charge of the Light Brigade: Power and Conflict Revision

This fantastic bundle contains all you need to kickstart your revision of the Power and Conflict Poetry: a sample answer with accompanying worksheets comparing The Charge of the Light Brigade to Poppies , a 32-slide presentation showing how to plan and write the best possible answer, a set of sample exam questions to practise with and a pack of fun activities to reinforce learning.
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Love and Relationships Revision: Porphyria's Lover and Neutral Tones

Love and Relationships Revision: Porphyria's Lover and Neutral Tones

This fantastic bundle contains all you need to kickstart your revision of the Love and Relationships Poetry: a sample answer with accompanying worksheets comparing Porphyria's Lover and Neutral Tones, a 32-slide presentation showing how to plan and write the best possible answer, a set of sample exam questions to practise with and a pack of fun activities to reinforce learning.
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Power and Conflict: Sample Answer, Fun Pack and Exam Questions

Power and Conflict: Sample Answer, Fun Pack and Exam Questions

This fantastic bundle contains all you need to kickstart your revision of the Power and Conflict Poetry: a sample answer comparing Checking Out Me History and The Emigree with accompanying worksheets, a 32-slide presentation showing how to plan and write the best possible answer, a set of sample exam questions to practise with and a pack of fun activities to reinforce learning.
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Power and Conflict Poetry: Checking Out Me History and The Emigree

Power and Conflict Poetry: Checking Out Me History and The Emigree

AQA GCSE English Literature Power and Conflict Poetry – Exam Preparation - A Comparative Answer on John Agard’s ‘Checking Out Me History’ and Carol Rumens’ ‘The Emigrée’. This resource is designed to help you prepare your class to answer a GCSE English Literature question on AQA Power and Conflict Poetry. It is NOT intended to teach students the poems themselves – students should already be familiar with the two poems used within. It is designed for you to use later in the school year when the poetry has been fully covered and the students need to learn how to use this knowledge to write the best possible exam answers. There are five elements included: 1. Answering AQA Power and Conflict Poetry Questions: this 32-slide Powerpoint presentation is the core of this group of resources and has been carefully designed and created to help you guide your class through each part of the essay writing process. It examines each of the following elements: the AOs and the Mark Scheme, exam timing and weighting, essay structure, how to write an introduction, using ‘rough notes’ for planning, contents of the main body and how to write a conclusion. Most importantly, it features many extracts from the sample exam answer which are annotated to show the importance of using subject terminology, precise and judicious quotes and comparative links. 2. Power and Conflict Sample Answers – this 1000-word sample answer to the question is presented in two formats for your convenience. The first is a one-page A4 handout of the essay itself. The second is a two-page A4 handout with wider margins and more generous spacing – this allows ample space for annotation and highlighting, allowing students to completely break down the elements of the essay. I would suggest copying this onto an A3 sheet – I’ve used it very effectively with pairs of students using different colour markers to highlight the various AOs, the subject terminology, comparative terms, precise quotes etc. 3. Power and Conflict Sample Planning Grid – one-page A4 handout which shows the students how to use ‘rough notes’ to plan and structure their essay. 4. Planning Grid Template – one-page A4 handout featuring a blank Planning Grid which students can use to plan their own essays for any part of the GCSE English course. 5. Power and Conflict AOs – one-page A4 handout which explains the AOs to students in a manner that is accessible and easy to understand. Alternatively, you can buy the presentation here or the worksheets here.
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Checking Out Me History and The Emigree: Sample Answer

Checking Out Me History and The Emigree: Sample Answer

This presentation is designed to help you prepare your class to answer a GCSE English Literature question on AQA Power and Conflict Poetry. It is NOT intended to teach students the poems themselves – students should already be familiar with the two poems used within. It is designed for you to use later in the school year when the poetry has been fully covered and the students need to learn how to use this knowledge to write the best possible exam answers. The presentation is entitled ' Answering AQA Power and Conflict Poetry Questions': this 32-slide Powerpoint presentation has been carefully designed and created to help you guide your class through each part of the essay writing process. It examines each of the following elements: the AOs and the Mark Scheme, exam timing and weighting, essay structure, how to write an introduction, using ‘rough notes’ for planning, contents of the main body and how to write a conclusion. Most importantly, it features many extracts from a sample exam answer which are annotated to show the importance of using subject terminology, precise and judicious quotes and comparative links. You can also buy the accompanying worksheetshere or save money by purchasing the worksheets AND presentation together here. I hope you find this resource helpful for you and instructive for your students - I'd be delighted to hear any feedback or comments you may have. I'll be adding lots more exam guides like this to my shop, so please check back regularly!
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Checking Out Me History vs The Emigree: Sample Answer

Checking Out Me History vs The Emigree: Sample Answer

This is a sample answer for the AQA Power and Conflict Poetry section with several supporting worksheets. The contents are: 1. Power and Conflict Sample Answer – this 1000-word sample answer to the question is presented in two formats for your convenience. The first is a one-page A4 handout of the essay itself. The second is a two-page A4 handout with wider margins and spacing – this allows ample space for annotation and highlighting, allowing students to completely break down the elements of the essay. I would suggest copying this onto an A3 sheet – I’ve used it very effectively with pairs of students using different colour markers to highlight the various AOs, the subject terminology, comparative terms, precise quotes etc. 2. Power and Conflict Sample Planning Grid – this is a one-page A4 handout which shows the students how to use ‘rough notes’ to plan and structure their essay. 3. Planning Grid Template – this is a one-page A4 handout featuring a blank Planning Grid which students can use to plan their own essays for any part of the GCSE English course. 4. Power and Conflict AOs – this is a one-page A4 handout which explains the AOs to students in a manner that is accessible and easy to understand. It eliminates any confusion about the Mark Scheme and shows students exactly what elements need to be included to gain maximum marks. You can also buy the accompanying 32-slide presentation here or save money by purchasing the worksheets AND presentation here.
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Language Analysis for AQA GCSE

Language Analysis for AQA GCSE

This excellent resource gives you everything you need to teach students how to analyse writers’ use of language for the new AQA English Language GCSE. The contents are as follows: 1. 72-slide Powerpoint presentation on Language Analysis – this presentation examines three literary extracts in detail, showing students exactly how to identify techniques, plan their answer and write a structured, comprehensive response to a Language Analysis question. It contains model answers for the first three extracts and also contains an additional three extracts for students to examine and create their own answers. It also features an indepth-examination of the AQA Mark Scheme for the Language Analysis questions, showing students exactly how to maximise their marks. 2. Student Extract Booklets – these three booklets are differentiated: Booklet 3 is for less able students and contains an annotated version of the extracts with hints as to what language features are used in each one. Booklet 2 is for more able students and each page contains hints on the language features. Booklet 1 is for the most able students and features the unannotated version of the extract without any helpful hints. 3. Teacher’s Master Copy – for your convenience, this is a more compact version of the student booklets, containing all six extracts and three model answers. This resource is also available without any AQA references – ideal for students of all exam boards. I hope these resources are helpful for you and instructive for your students – as always, I’d be delighted to hear any feedback you may have. I will be adding lots more English Language revision resources to my shop so please check back regularly!
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Lord of the Flies Edexcel Sample Answer - Worksheets

Lord of the Flies Edexcel Sample Answer - Worksheets

Edexcel GCSE English Literature Post-1914 Literature – Lord of the Flies - Exam Revision – How to Answer Exam Questions on Lord of the Flies This resource is designed to help you prepare your class to answer a GCSE English Literature question on the theme of Human Nature in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies. It is NOT intended to teach students the novel – students should already be familiar with Lord of the Flies. It is designed for you to use later in the school year when the novel has been fully covered and the students need to learn how to use their knowledge to write the best possible exam answers. There are four elements included: 1. Theme of Human Nature Sample Answers – this 1000-word sample answer to the question is presented in two formats for your convenience. The first is a one-page A4 handout of the essay itself. The second is a two-page A4 handout with wider margins and more generous spacing – this allows ample space for annotation and highlighting. 2. Theme of Human Nature Sample Planning Grid – shows the students how to use ‘rough notes’ to plan and structure their essay. 3. Planning Grid Template – blank Planning Grid which students can use to plan their own essays for any part of the GCSE English course. 4. Post-1914 Literature AOs – explains the AOs to students in a manner that is accessible and easy to understand. You can also purchase the accompanying 43-slide Presentation here. Alternatively, save money by buying the combined Presentation AND Worksheets here. I hope you find this resource helpful for you and instructive for your students - I'd be delighted to hear any feedback or comments you may have. I'll be adding lots more exam guides like this to my shop, so please check back regularly!
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Lord of the Flies Edexcel Sample Answer - Presentation

Lord of the Flies Edexcel Sample Answer - Presentation

Edexcel GCSE English Literature Post-1914 Literature – Lord of the Flies - Exam Revision – How to Answer Exam Questions on Lord of the Flies This resource is designed to help you prepare your class to answer a GCSE English Literature question on the theme of Human Nature in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies. It is NOT intended to teach students the novel – students should already be familiar with Lord of the Flies. It is designed for you to use later in the school year when the novel has been fully covered and the students need to learn how to use their knowledge to write the best possible exam answers. The presentation is entitled 'Answering Edexcel Questions on Golding’s Lord of the Flies’: this 43-slide Powerpoint presentation has been carefully designed and created to help you guide your class through each part of the essay writing process. It includes each of the following elements: the AOs and the Mark Scheme, exam timing and weighting, essay structure, how to write an introduction, using ‘rough notes’ for planning, contents of the main body and how to write a conclusion. Most importantly, it features many extracts from a sample exam answer which are annotated to show the importance of using subject terminology, precise and judicious quotes and references to the playwright’s craft. This resource also includes a student-friendly copy of the Post-1914 Literature AOs, which explains the AOs to students in a manner that is accessible and easy to understand. You can also purchase the accompanying worksheets here. I hope you find this resource helpful for you and instructive for your students - I'd be delighted to hear any feedback or comments you may have. I'll be adding lots more exam guides like this to my shop, so please check back regularly!
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Lord of the Flies Edexcel Sample Answer

Lord of the Flies Edexcel Sample Answer

Edexcel GCSE English Literature Post-1914 Literature – Lord of the Flies - Exam Revision – How to Answer Exam Questions on Lord of the Flies This resource is designed to help you prepare your class to answer a GCSE English Literature question on the theme of Human Nature in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies. It is NOT intended to teach students the novel – students should already be familiar with Lord of the Flies. It is designed for you to use later in the school year when the novel has been fully covered and the students need to learn how to use their knowledge to write the best possible exam answers. There are five elements included: 1. 'Answering Edexcel Questions on Golding’s Lord of the Flies’: this 43-slide Powerpoint presentation has been carefully designed and created to help you guide your class through each part of the essay writing process. It includes each of the following elements: the AOs and the Mark Scheme, exam timing and weighting, essay structure, how to write an introduction, using ‘rough notes’ for planning, contents of the main body and how to write a conclusion. Most importantly, it features many extracts from a sample exam answer which are annotated to show the importance of using subject terminology and judicious quotes. 2. Human Nature Sample Answers – this 1000-word sample answer to the question is presented in two formats for your convenience. The first is a one-page A4 handout of the essay itself. The second is a two-page A4 handout with wider margins and more generous spacing – this allows ample space for annotation and highlighting. 3. Human Nature Sample Planning Grid – shows the students how to use ‘rough notes’ to plan and structure their essay. 4. Planning Grid Template – blank Planning Grid which students can use to plan their own essays for any part of the GCSE English course. 5. Post-1914 Literature AOs – explains the AOs to students in a manner that is accessible and easy to understand. Alternatively, you can purchase the Worksheets separately here or the Presentation here. I hope you find this resource helpful for you and instructive for your students - I'd be delighted to hear any feedback or comments you may have. I'll be adding lots more exam guides like this to my shop, so please check back regularly
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Lord of the Flies Sample Answer Theme

Lord of the Flies Sample Answer Theme

AQA GCSE English Literature Modern Texts – Lord of the Flies - Exam Revision – How to Answer Exam Questions on Lord of the Flies This resource is designed to help you prepare your class to answer a GCSE English Literature question on the theme of Human Nature in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies. It is NOT intended to teach students the novel – students should already be familiar with Lord of the Flies. It is designed for you to use later in the school year when the novel has been fully covered and the students need to learn how to use their knowledge to write the best possible exam answers. There are five elements included: 1. The Presentation: 'Answering AQA Questions on Golding’s Lord of the Flies’ - 42-slide Powerpoint presentation to help you guide your class through the essay writing process. It includes: AOs and the Mark Scheme, exam timing and weighting, essay structure, how to write an introduction, using ‘rough notes’ for planning, contents of the main body and how to write a conclusion. 2. Theme of Human Nature Sample Answers – this 1000-word sample answer to the question is presented in two formats for your convenience. The first is a one-page A4 handout of the essay itself. The second is a two-page A4 handout with wider margins and more generous spacing – this allows ample space for annotation and highlighting. 3. Theme of Human Nature Sample Planning Grid – shows the students how to use ‘rough notes’ to plan and structure their essay. 4. Planning Grid Template – blank Planning Grid which students can use to plan their own essays for any part of the GCSE English course. 5. Modern Texts AOs – explains the AOs to students in a manner that is accessible and easy to understand. Alternatively, you can purchase the Worksheets separately here or the Presentation here. I hope you find this resource helpful for you and instructive for your students - I'd be delighted to hear any feedback or comments you may have. I'll be adding lots more exam guides like this to my shop, so please check back regularly!
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Lord of the Flies - Sample Answer Theme - Presentation

Lord of the Flies - Sample Answer Theme - Presentation

AQA GCSE English Literature Modern Texts – Lord of the Flies - Exam Revision – How to Answer Exam Questions on Lord of the Flies This resource is designed to help you prepare your class to answer a GCSE English Literature question on the theme of Human Nature in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies. It is NOT intended to teach students the novel – students should already be familiar with Lord of the Flies. It is designed for you to use later in the school year when the novel has been fully covered and the students need to learn how to use their knowledge to write the best possible exam answers. The presentation is entitled 'Answering AQA Questions on Golding’s Lord of the Flies’: this 42-slide Powerpoint presentation has been carefully designed and created to help you guide your class through each part of the essay writing process. It includes each of the following elements: the AOs and the Mark Scheme, exam timing and weighting, essay structure, how to write an introduction, using ‘rough notes’ for planning, contents of the main body and how to write a conclusion. Most importantly, it features many extracts from a sample exam answer which are annotated to show the importance of using subject terminology, precise and judicious quotes and references to the writer’s craft. This resource also includes a student-friendly copy of the Modern Texts AOs, which explains the AOs to students in a manner that is accessible and easy to understand. You can also purchase the accompanying worksheets here. Alternatively, save money by buying the combined Presentation AND Worksheets here. I hope you find this resource helpful for you and instructive for your students - I'd be delighted to hear any feedback or comments you may have. I'll be adding lots more exam guides like this to my shop, so please check back regularly!
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Lord of the Flies - Sample Answer Theme - Worksheets

Lord of the Flies - Sample Answer Theme - Worksheets

AQA GCSE English Literature Modern Texts – Lord of the Flies - Exam Revision – How to Answer Exam Questions on Lord of the Flies This resource is designed to help you prepare your class to answer a GCSE English Literature question on the theme of Human Nature in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies. It is NOT intended to teach students the novel – students should already be familiar with Lord of the Flies. It is designed for you to use later in the school year when the novel has been fully covered and the students need to learn how to use their knowledge to write the best possible exam answers. There are four elements included: 1. Theme of Human Nature Sample Answers – this 1000-word sample answer to the question is presented in two formats for your convenience. The first is a one-page A4 handout of the essay itself. The second is a two-page A4 handout with wider margins and more generous spacing – this allows ample space for annotation and highlighting. 2. Theme of Human Nature Sample Planning Grid – shows the students how to use ‘rough notes’ to plan and structure their essay. 3. Planning Grid Template – blank Planning Grid which students can use to plan their own essays for any part of the GCSE English course. 4. Modern Texts AOs – explains the AOs to students in a manner that is accessible and easy to understand. You can also purchase the accompanying 42-slide Presentation here. Alternatively, save money by buying the combined Presentation AND Worksheets here. I hope you find this resource helpful for you and instructive for your students - I'd be delighted to hear any feedback or comments you may have. I'll be adding lots more exam guides like this to my shop, so please check back regularly!
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An Inspector Calls Exam Questions AQA

An Inspector Calls Exam Questions AQA

This superb resource contains THIRTY sample exam questions for revising THEMES (12), CHARACTERS (12) and TECHNIQUES (6) of ‘An Inspector Calls’. These questions have been carefully designed to reflect the exact format and demands of the new AQA GCSE English Literature exam paper. Also included is concise information on the AOs and Mark Scheme. Please check out my range of ‘An Inspector Calls’ resources: AQA 12 Sample Questions on Themes AQA 12 Sample Questions on Characters AQA 6 Sample Questions on Techniques Edexcel 15 Sample Questions on Themes Edexcel 15 Sample Questions on Characters Edexcel 30 Sample Questions on Themes and Characters These exam questions can be used both as class activities and as homework. They are also ideal for practice tests in the run-up to the exams. I hope these are helpful for you and instructive for your students – as always, I’d be delighted to hear any feedback you may have. I will be adding lots more GCSE revision resources to my shop so please check back regularly!
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An Inspector Calls Edexcel Sample Exam Questions Themes

An Inspector Calls Edexcel Sample Exam Questions Themes

This superb resource contains 15 sample exam questions on the THEMES of ‘An Inspector Calls’. These questions have been carefully designed to reflect the exact format and demands of the new Edexcel GCSE English Literature exam paper. Also included is concise information on the AOs and Mark Scheme. Please check out my range of ‘An Inspector Calls’ resources: Edexcel 30 Sample Questions on Themes and Characters Edexcel 15 Sample Questions on Characters Edexcel 2 FREE Sample Questions AQA 30 Sample Questions on Themes, Characters and Techniques AQA 12 Sample Questions on Themes AQA 12 Sample Questions on Characters AQA 6 Sample Questions on Techniques AQA 2 FREE Sample Questions These exam questions can be used both as class activities and as homework. They are also ideal for practice tests in the run-up to the exams. I hope these are helpful for you and instructive for your students – as always, I’d be delighted to hear any feedback you may have. I will be adding lots more GCSE revision resources to my shop so please check back regularly!
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An Inspector Calls Edexcel Sample Exam Questions Characters

An Inspector Calls Edexcel Sample Exam Questions Characters

This superb resource contains 15 sample exam questions on the CHARACTERS of ‘An Inspector Calls’. These questions have been carefully designed to reflect the exact format and demands of the new Edexcel GCSE English Literature exam paper. Also included is concise information on the AOs and Mark Scheme. Please check out my range of ‘An Inspector Calls’ resources: Edexcel 30 Sample Questions on Themes and Characters Edexcel 15 Sample Questions on Themes Edexcel 2 FREE Sample Questions AQA 30 Sample Questions on Themes, Characters and Techniques AQA 12 Sample Questions on Themes AQA 12 Sample Questions on Characters AQA 6 Sample Questions on Techniques AQA 2 FREE Sample Questions These exam questions can be used both as class activities and as homework. They are also ideal for practice tests in the run-up to the exams. I hope these are helpful for you and instructive for your students – as always, I’d be delighted to hear any feedback you may have. I will be adding lots more GCSE revision resources to my shop so please check back regularly!
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