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I completed my A Levels in English Literature (AQA), Religious Studies (OCR), and Sociology (AQA) and am currently a second-year student studying Philosophy. I hope you find my material resourceful! If you have any further questions do not hesitate to contact me on: melissa.minkoff@outlook.com

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I completed my A Levels in English Literature (AQA), Religious Studies (OCR), and Sociology (AQA) and am currently a second-year student studying Philosophy. I hope you find my material resourceful! If you have any further questions do not hesitate to contact me on: melissa.minkoff@outlook.com
OCR A Level RS- COMPLETE Religious Language essay plans
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OCR A Level RS- COMPLETE Religious Language essay plans

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Complete pack of condensed OCR A Level essay plans for religious language–> comparing and contrasting Via Negativa (apophatic way) with Via Positiva (apophatic way), as well as Paul Tillich’s ‘symbols’ as a way of highlighting G-d’s ineffability
AQA English lit- ALL Othello detailed essay plans
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AQA English lit- ALL Othello detailed essay plans

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I have collated a bunch of in-depth, A worthy essay plans covering a multitude of themes for Othello (AQA- Love through the ages specifically). Below are some of the questions that are covered within this document: [- “Texts typically present the damage that can be caused when taboos are broken due to love”, In light of this view, discuss how Shakespeare presents the relationship between Othello and Desdemona in this extract and elsewhere in the play “Male characters are presented as most romantically desirable when they display heroic attributes and exert their power over others”- looking at the presentation of qualities of men “Typically, texts present women as objects of men’s sexual desires”- looking at presentation of women ‘In the literature of love, male characters value their pride above all else, including their romantic relationships’ ‘As lovers, Othello and Desdemona either worship or despise one another. There is no middle ground.’ - how Shakespeare presents O & D’s attitudes towards one another “Male characters in the literature of love are more inclined to trust other men. This is the true cause of problems within romantic relationships between men and women”- focused on trust/broken trust “Typically, texts present men as unable to control their emotions or act rationally upon them” “Honour is the most important aspect of a man’s sense of self-respect” “Typically, texts present husbands and wife present marriage from a male point of view” Side note (O stands for Othello & D stands for Desdemona)
AQA Sociology- METHODS IN CONTEXT [Education]
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AQA Sociology- METHODS IN CONTEXT [Education]

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Powerpoint pinpointing the key information for methods in context for education, including: Teacher vs parent interactions (impression management influence- undermines validity + representativeness) Notes for studying classrooms Notes for studying pupils (observing those with learning difficulties + pupils who are more susceptible, thus having more gatekeepers- harder to investigate) Researching schools
AQA A Level English lit- Othello- A* essay on love & taboo
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AQA A Level English lit- Othello- A* essay on love & taboo

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An A* essay in response to the question: “Texts typically present the damage that can be caused when taboos are broken due to love” In light of this view, discuss how Shakespeare presents the relationship between Othello and Desdemona in this extract and elsewhere in the play