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Revision resources for A Level AQA English Literature, Geography and Psychology!

Revision resources for A Level AQA English Literature, Geography and Psychology!
AQA A Level English Literature A The Handmaid's Tale and Feminine Gospels Exemplar Essays
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AQA A Level English Literature A The Handmaid's Tale and Feminine Gospels Exemplar Essays

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This resource includes answers to exam-styled questions for AQA A Level English Literature. One of the best ways to use these exemplar essays is: To read the essay To reread the essay To assign five different colours to each assessment objective To highlight where you see each assessment objective being addressed To review the essay and see if there are any assessment objectives that need to be addressed in detail To give overall feedback e.g. what went well? what could be done to improve?
AQA A Level English Literature The Handmaid's Tale and Feminine Gospels Revision
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AQA A Level English Literature The Handmaid's Tale and Feminine Gospels Revision

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Resources included: Possible themes Short essay examining the significance of transformation in ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ and ‘The Map-Woman’ ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ wider reading/critical reading Introduction to speculative fiction/dystopian literature ‘Feminine Gospels’ key quotations, analysis, context, comparison with ‘Feminine Gospels’ ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ key quotations, analysis, context, themes ‘Feminine Gospels’ condensed notes, including structure, key quotations and themes ‘Feminine Gospels’ exam questions ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ and ‘Feminine Gospels’ comparison exam questions
AQA A Level English Literature A Love Through the Ages Unseen Poetry Revision
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AQA A Level English Literature A Love Through the Ages Unseen Poetry Revision

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This resource includes exam-style questions for the ‘Unseen Poetry’ section of A Level English Literature. Poems span from the 1500s to the 2010s. There is a total of 26 questions! Questions come with contentions or themes based on different aspects of love, such as idealised love, romantic love, parting and eroticism. Answering these exam questions, whether that be creating essay plans or writing will allow you to access different literary periods, gaining confidence in AO2, AO3 and AO4 in particular.
AQA A Level English Literature A Unseen Prose Exemplar Essays
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AQA A Level English Literature A Unseen Prose Exemplar Essays

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This resource includes answers to exam-styled questions for AQA A Level English Literature. One of the best ways to use these exemplar essays is: To read the essay To reread the essay To assign five different colours to each assessment objective To highlight where you see each assessment objective being addressed To review the essay and see if there are any assessment objectives that need to be addressed in detail To give overall feedback e.g. what went well? what could be done to improve?
AQA A Level English Literature The Great Gatsby and Pre-1900 Poetry Exemplar Essays
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AQA A Level English Literature The Great Gatsby and Pre-1900 Poetry Exemplar Essays

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This resource includes answers to exam-styled questions for AQA A Level English Literature. One of the best ways to use these exemplar essays is: To read the essay To reread the essay To assign five different colours to each assessment objective To highlight where you see each assessment objective being addressed To review the essay and see if there are any assessment objectives that need to be addressed in detail To give overall feedback e.g. what went well? what could be done to improve?
AQA A Level English Literature A A Streetcar Named Desire Exemplar Essays
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AQA A Level English Literature A A Streetcar Named Desire Exemplar Essays

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This resource includes answers to exam-styled questions for AQA A Level English Literature. One of the best ways to use these exemplar essays is: To read the essay To reread the essay To assign five different colours to each assessment objective To highlight where you see each assessment objective being addressed To review the essay and see if there are any assessment objectives that need to be addressed in detail To give overall feedback e.g. what went well? what could be done to improve?
AQA A Level English Literature Othello Revision
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AQA A Level English Literature Othello Revision

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Resources included: Presentation on Emilia Comprehension questions (with answers) of entire play Act 3, Scene 3 ‘Shakespearean tragedy’ Act 4, Scene 1 quotation and analysis Act 5, Scene 1 misapprehension Fact file on Iago Proto-feminism - Emilia ‘Othello’ background reading (AO3) ‘Othello’ background reading (AO2) To what extent do you agree that Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’ and ‘King Lear’ meet Aristotle’s conditions as set out in his Poetics?’ ‘Othello’ key quotations
AQA A Level Physical Geography Hazards
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AQA A Level Physical Geography Hazards

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Resources included: Haiti (2010) summarised case study Black Saturday (Australian fires 2009) detailed case study Haiti (2010) detailed case study Eyjafjallajökull (2010) detailed case study Haiyan (2013) detailed case study Tōhoku, Japan (2011) detailed case study New York (Hurricane Sandy 2012) detailed case study Nyiragongo (2002) detailed case study
AQA A Level English Literature A Unseen Poetry Exemplar Essays
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AQA A Level English Literature A Unseen Poetry Exemplar Essays

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This resource includes answers to exam-styled questions for AQA A Level English Literature. One of the best ways to use these exemplar essays is: To read the essay To reread the essay To assign five different colours to each assessment objective To highlight where you see each assessment objective being addressed To review the essay and see if there are any assessment objectives that need to be addressed in detail To give overall feedback e.g. what went well? what could be done to improve?
AQA A Level English Literature Othello Exemplar Essays
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AQA A Level English Literature Othello Exemplar Essays

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This resource includes answers to exam-styled questions for AQA A Level English Literature. One of the best ways to use these exemplar essays is: To read the essay To reread the essay To assign five different colours to each assessment objective To highlight where you see each assessment objective being addressed To review the essay and see if there are any assessment objectives that need to be addressed in detail To give overall feedback e.g. what went well? what could be done to improve?