This is an in-depth series of A4 revision sheets about the Main characters of Pip, Miss Havisham and Estella in Charles Dickens’ ‘Great Expectations’.
Perfect for students looking for detailed analysis of the novel’s main characters, with reference to a huge range of quotes and themes.
Colourful and easy to understand layout
Wide quote bank for each character
Character overview’s in relation to key themes from the novel such as Time and love
Additional nuggets for students to weave into their essays/work to enhance eloquence
This is a document about the main themes such as power corrupts, equality and rising up from George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’.
Perfect for students looking to really understand Animal Farm’s key themes and apply their knowledge to exam/essay questions, weaving in quotes and key points from the novel.
A simple and clear layout
Detail about each theme from the novel
Relevant and useful quotes for each theme
A theme tracker, to help students pin down key moments from the novel
*This is a large document providing in depth details and quotes on the main themes from Charles Dickens’ ‘Great Expectations’. *
This document is perfect for students wanting to solidify their understanding of the key themes from Great Expectation, being able to also have a huge back store of quotes relative to each respective theme.
This is a large document focusing on the main themes from Charles Dickens’ ‘Great Expectations’
Perfect for students wanting to show clear understanding of the novel’s key themes such as social class, ambition and crime and justice
Extremely detailed references to specific moments in the novel
Huge quote bank with different relations to different key themes
Key contextual nuggets for students to weave into essays
*This document contains vast details on the main characters Pip, Estella, Miss Havisham, Magwitch, Joe, Biddy, Mrs Joe, Pumblechook and Herbert Pocket from Charles Dickens’ ‘Great Expectations’. *
Perfect for Students as a key revision document to help with core understanding of the main characters in Dickens’ novel.
Simple and comprehendible layout
In-depth information about the main characters
A huge range of quotes
Key contextual nuggets for students to weave into their work
This is a 17 page document with high detail on the full Cold war era period, with useful tension ratings /10 for each event in the period.
This document is a KEY essential for history students that want a full comprehensive overview on the 1943-1991 Cold war period. With every conference, key date and statistic students will need for their exams, this document relieves the pressure of actually having to spend the hours writing everything down, allowing students to immediately begin their revision on the long topic.
This document contains:
Extremely detailed overviews on important conferences, periods and statistics
Easy and understandable layout
A useful ‘Tension meter’ for every single new item during the period, to help students gauge how global relations were at every moment
Easy to cut paragraphs, to allow students to create specific revision notes for each area of the period.
Enjoy! These notes were extremely beneficial for me :)
*This is an A4 revision sheet for students studying the Merchant of Venice. *
The main themes of Shakespeare’s play, with relation to characters such as Shylock, Antonio and Portia.
Quote file relevant to the discussed themes so students can weave into their points in the exam.
This is a document tackling what to write in an exam about powerful characters in George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’.
Perfect for students who want to be able to eloquently write about powerful characters such as Napoleon.
Detailed overview of Napoleon
A range of examples of power in the novel with specific examples
Huge quote bank with relation to power and/or the abuse of power