Concise mind map of literary, familial, social context (19th century Victorian era) for A-level English literature Eduqas WJEC. Can also be used for AQA/Edexcel/CIE/OCR/GCSE.
Concise but detailed 10-poem bundle. Analysis by an A* student! including language and structure, literary terminology, context behind poems, alternative interpretations, critical quotations and themes/groupings of poems. For WJEC Eduqas A-level English Literature but can be used for any exam board. Includes: Mametz Wood, The Farrier, Drinking with Hitler, The Fishmonger, The Wake, Valentine, Night Windows, Joseph Jones, Inheritance, and Hedge School.
A* / near full mark essay for English literature comparing ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ (Williams) and ‘The Duchess of Malfi’ (Webster). On men and women/gender power struggles which is a central theme needed for any essay for Eduqas/WJEC! Can also be used for AQA/OCR/Edexcel/CCEA/CIE.
3 A* in-depth mindmaps comprising quotes, critics, and context, all independent research. For university, A-level, GCSE students, and teaching resources. Quotes are grouped by themes: religion, madness, revenge, language, mortality, and the supernatural. Context is grouped into: Hellenistic philosophy, the ghost, Calvinism, Reformation Protestantism vs Catholicism, and genres. Critics are specific to Hamlet and Elizabethan drama. For OCR/AQA/WJEC/CIE/CCEA/Edexcel. I’m also selling the same format resources for many other texts on my page!
A* level mindmaps on the whole AS (year 1) topic of education, concise, detailed, with analysis and evaluation. For the AQA spec but useful for OCR/Eduqas/WJEC/EdExcel. Includes: class (internal/external), gender (internal/external), ethnicity (internal/external), theories (Marxism/feminism/new right and neoliberalism, functionalism, postmodernism), social policy.
In depth, concise mindmaps on the AS content of OCR psychology (can also be used for AQA/WJEC/Eduqas/Edexcel). Great summaries for before exams. Includes: biological, developmental, social, cognitive, individual differences areas. Also includes psychodynamic and behaviorist perspectives!
Concise summary checklist of all topics for the paper 3 AQA crime and deviance topic of sociology. Can also be used for OCR/Eduqas/WJEC/Edexcel/CIE. Includes: theories (Marxism/functionalism/feminism/left/right realism), class, age, gender, ethnicity, globalisation, state crime, green crime, crime control, punishment, surveillance etc. Easy to memorise and make notes/build on for revision!
A* A-level complete summary of all psychological areas needed for the OCR H167/G567 core studies exam. Includes 20 studies and aim/method/procedure/results/conclusion (with memorable pictures!) from the developmental, social, cognitive, biological and individual differences areas. Useful for all specifications as many studies overlap - Freud, Bandura, Milgram, Kohlberg, Piliavin etc.
4 in-depth , high-level essays for the Education topic (AQA spec), paper 1, all A* and between 27-30 marks or 18-20 for methods into context. Includes social policy (marketisation), internal/external class factors, ethnic differences in achievement, and self-completion questionnaires for pupils literacy. Can also be used for OCR/WJEC/Edexcel/Eduqas.
A* bundle of essays on 4 topics in the AQA beliefs and religion A2 topic of sociology. All are 18-20 marks. Includes: ideological functions, spiritual compensators, fundamentalism and modernity, social change. Can also be used for OCR/Edexcel/Eduqas/WJEC/CIE/CCEA.
3 A* in-depth mindmaps comprising quotes, critics, and context, all independent research. For university, A-level, GCSE students, and teaching resources. Quotes are grouped by themes: Calvinism, Renaissance magus, pride, damnation, salvation, and metatheatricality. Context is grouped into: York cycle plays, staging, Calvinism, Renaissance, play genres, and knowledge. Critics (3) are specific to the play and on general Renaissance drama. I’m also selling the same format resources for many other texts on my page!
In depth, concise notes on everything in the A-level A2 spec for AQA sociology for religion/beliefs. Can be used for OCR/Eduqas/Edexcel/WJEC. Includes: Marxist/feminist/functionalist/postmodernist theories, secularisation, religious fundamentalism, ideology and science, new religious movements, social change, typologies, and examples!
A* In depth, concise revision mindmaps on the AS/year 1 content of A-level sociology for the 7192 AQA topics in sociology (family). Includes theories (Marxism, feminism, postmodernism, new right, personal life perspective, functionalism), childhood, couples, demography, family patterns, social policy.
A* concise summary mind map of different cultural/literary criticism theories such as postmodernism/new historicism/queer theory etc. Useful for an easy grasp of new theories other than just Marxism/feminism for A-level English literature (Eduqas/WJEC/AQA/OCR/Edexcel/CIE/CCEA)
Concise mind map for A-level AQA interactionism/social action theory for the theory/methods section (paper 1 and 3). Can also be used for OCR/Edexcel/Eduqas/WJEC. Easy to understand, bullet pointed theories (includes ethnomethodology/phenomenology/structuration theory) with key sociologists. Great for quick revision!
A* summary of everything needed for the G567 or H167 psychology OCR Research Methods exam. Concise, well laid out mindmap/cheat sheet including experiment, observation, correlation, self-report, and statistics and report writing i.e measures of central tendency, dispersion, and parametric/non-parametric tests.
Simple, well laid out summary table of each core study design and experiment type for the OCR spec. Can be used for AQA/Edexcel/CIE/WJEC/Eduqas also. For the core studies exam but also needed if questions asked for research methods. Great for easy revision!
A-level A2 notes on the topic of crime for AQA but can be used for any OCR/Eduqas/Edexcel/WJEC spec. Includes: ethnicity, gender, class, and corporate crime. Great as a summary before exams!
A* level social policy (family) mind map on 1997-2010 (Blair New Labour) including theoretical perspectives on policies (functionalists, feminists, new right, Marxists) and why. For AQA (can be used for OCR/Eduqas/Edexcel/CIE/CCEA/WJEC also)!
3 A* in-depth mindmaps comprising quotes, critics, and context, all by independent research. For university, A-level, GCSE students and teaching resources. Quotes are grouped by themes: independence, omissions, marginalisation, religion, love, narrative voice, and gender. Context is grouped into: Victorian readership, publication, politics, religion, praise, and gender. Critics are both contemporary Victorian and modern! For AQA/CIE/Edexcel/Eduqas/WJEC/CCEA. I’m also selling the same format resources for many other texts on my page!