This looks at a detailed analysis of Duffy’s poems: The Diet, Beautiful, The Map Woman and The Woman Who Shopped.
Focuses on key themes such as insecurity, discrimination, belonging and identity, oppression.
Four chapters of Germany revision based on the OCR specification for A-Level students studying OCR History from 1919-1963.
These chapters include helpful revision notes that are summary based and simplified for students to skim through and to help with their note taking.
If students are unable to meet with the specification; this cluster of revision notes is very helpful as it is designed under sections of events concerning the specification as well as the colour coordination of red and green to understand the strengths/weaknesses as well as pros/cons.
It is ideal, simple and easily able to comprehend just by simplify reading these resources I have put together as an A-Level history student myself.
I truly believe that this would be very beneficial for students studying this specification as well as for students studying their GCSE as these revision notes also include a similiar specification for GCSE students studying Hitler and Germany before and under Hitler’s power.
Helpful for teachers and students.
A critical review made by myself, which focuses on the Handmaids Tale.
This review focuses on the way I perceieve how the women have been treated in this dystopian novel.
Given by views, I truly believe this book should be read and taken into consideration of the possible consequences which can happen.
A detailed reading journal of The Handmaids Tale made by myself.
This journal looks at each chapter of the book individually and focuses on the summary, key events, quotes, structural devices and key themes.