How do writers explore enduring love?
Essay that focuses on the texts:
The Great Gatsby by Scott Fitzgerald
Sonnet 116 by Shakespeare
Remember by Rossetti
The American Dream
Context of 1920’s
A criteria of SQIZE to help students structure their paragraphs when essay writing.
SQIZE = Statement, Quotation, Inference, Zoom, Effect.
Featured essay questions with a sample essay paragraph:
How does the description of Gatsby and his parties link to ideas about true love?
How does the description of Jordan link to ideas about true love?
How does Fitzgerald use his presentation of the American Upper Classes to link to ideas about true love?
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.
Criteria Revision for AS-A-Level Students
This unit aims to focus on the importance of context, typicality and critical views (A03, A04, A05).
It explores the texts; The Handmaids Tale, Feminine Gospels and Feminine Gospels to understand the concept behind the creation of these texts.
Links made to other texts and very helpful analysis for students in AS/A-Level to understand the writer’s intention behind the texts.
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.
The role/purpose of education.
Functions of the education system.
Debates about the structure of education.
Sample questions and answers.
Education as a political issue.
This document includes:
The basis of Paley’s Analogical Design Argument
Paley’s Analogical Design Argument
Criticisms of Design from David Hume
The Strengths and Weaknesses of Paley’s Argument
The status of Paley’s Argument as proof
The relationship between Reason and Faith
The value of Paley’s Argument for Religious Faith
Evil in two forms and how it relates to suffering and God
The logical and evidential problem of evil
Solving the existence of evil
The Free Will Defence
John Hick’s eschatological solution
Griffin’s Process Theology