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Extremely useful GCSE and A Level revision materials for both students and teachers. They have served me well in my courses and I hope they can be of benefit to you too!
GCSE English Language Descriptive Writing Model Example
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GCSE English Language Descriptive Writing Model Example

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A great material to demonstrate to students a high level example of Component 2 Writing for their English exam. This has served me well in my GCSE course and I hope it can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
A Level Music: Herrmann 'Psycho' Notes & Wider Listening
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A Level Music: Herrmann 'Psycho' Notes & Wider Listening

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These notes will help you learn and revise Component 3 (Appraising) content for the A Level Music exam, specifically concerning the following work: Prelude’, ‘The City’, ‘Marion’, ‘The Muder’ (shower scene), ‘The Toys’, ‘The Cellar’, ‘Discovery’, ‘Finale’ from Psycho (Bernard Herrman) This resource includes: Historical and stylistic context of the set work and key vocabulary. Detailed key information regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. A* examples to give you an in-depth knowledge ready for essay and listening questions in the exam. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. Possible ways of revising this material include: Highlighting key words in the notes Write an essay question and see if you have remembered all the points and examples listed Listening to the wider listening suggestions and seeing if you can recognise the key features listed and compare them to the piece These notes are also really good for making revision cards from They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
A Level Music: Elfman 'Batman' Notes & Wider Listening
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A Level Music: Elfman 'Batman' Notes & Wider Listening

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These notes will help you learn and revise Component 3 (Appraising) content for the A Level Music exam, specifically concerning the following work: Birth of a Penguin’ Parts 1 & 2, ‘Rise and Fall from Grace’ and ‘Batman vs the Circus’, from Batman Returns(1992) (Danny Elfman) This resource includes: Historical and stylistic context of the set work and key vocabulary. Detailed key information regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. A* examples to give you an in-depth knowledge ready for essay and listening questions in the exam. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. Possible ways of revising this material include: Highlighting key words in the notes Write an essay question and see if you have remembered all the points and examples listed Listening to the wider listening suggestions and seeing if you can recognise the key features listed and compare them to the piece These notes are also really good for making revision cards from They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
Edexcel A Level Music Model Essay: Kaija Saariaho 'Petals'
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Edexcel A Level Music Model Essay: Kaija Saariaho 'Petals'

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Model essay based on the Edexcel A Level Music set works. This is a top band response to the following question: Evaluate Saariaho’s use of sonority, dynamics and tempi as a means of exploiting the expressive and technical potential of the cello. Relate your discussion to other relevant works. These may include set works, wider listening or other.
AQA A Level French: Modules 7 - 8 Speaking Revision Presentation
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AQA A Level French: Modules 7 - 8 Speaking Revision Presentation

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This powerpoint presentation is for modules in the AQA A Level French specification: Les aspects positifs d’une societe diverse Quelle vie pour les marginalises? Fantastic revision resources which includes: Recommended specification points to guide students learning Detailed slides with francophone examples
GCSE English Language Narrative Writing Model Example
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GCSE English Language Narrative Writing Model Example

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A great material and very powerful story to demonstrate to students a high level example of Component 2 Writing for their English exam. This has served me well in my GCSE course and I hope it can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
A Level Music: Vaughan Williams Song-Cycle Notes & Wider Listening
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A Level Music: Vaughan Williams Song-Cycle Notes & Wider Listening

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These notes will help you learn and revise Component 3 (Appraising) content for the A Level Music exam, specifically concerning the following work: On Wenlock Edge, No.1 ‘On Wenlock Edge’, No.3 ‘Is My Team Ploughing?’ and No.5 ‘Bredon Hill’ (Vaughan Williams) This resource includes: Historical and stylistic context of the set work and key vocabulary. Detailed key information regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. A* examples to give you an in-depth knowledge ready for essay and listening questions in the exam. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. Possible ways of revising this material include: Highlighting key words in the notes Write an essay question and see if you have remembered all the points and examples listed Listening to the wider listening suggestions and seeing if you can recognise the key features listed and compare them to the piece These notes are also really good for making revision cards from They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
A Level Music: Schumann Piano Trio Notes & Wider Listening
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A Level Music: Schumann Piano Trio Notes & Wider Listening

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These notes will help you learn and revise Component 3 (Appraising) content for the A Level Music exam, specifically concerning the following work: Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 17: Movement 1 (Clara Schumann) This resource includes: Historical and stylistic context of the set work and key vocabulary. Detailed key information regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. A* examples to give you an in-depth knowledge ready for essay and listening questions in the exam. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. Possible ways of revising this material include: Highlighting key words in the notes Write an essay question and see if you have remembered all the points and examples listed Listening to the wider listening suggestions and seeing if you can recognise the key features listed and compare them to the piece These notes are also really good for making revision cards from They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
AQA A Level German Model IRP Exemple: Merkel
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AQA A Level German Model IRP Exemple: Merkel

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Model IRP example based on the following question: Warum musste Merkel ihr Amt niederlegen? They have served me well in my A Level German course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
Edexcel A Level Music Essay Plan: Stravinsky 'The Rite of Spring'
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Edexcel A Level Music Essay Plan: Stravinsky 'The Rite of Spring'

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Essay plan based on the Edexcel A Level Music set works. This is a top band response to the following question: Evaluate Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring movements 1 – 3 with reference to the different moods, atmospheres and dances. Relate your discussion to other relevant works. These may include set works, wider listening or other.
A Level Music: Vivaldi Concerto Notes & Wider Listening
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A Level Music: Vivaldi Concerto Notes & Wider Listening

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These notes will help you learn and revise Component 3 (Appraising) content for the A Level Music exam, specifically concerning the following work: Concerto in D minor Op.3 No. 11 RV 565 (Vivaldi) This resource includes: Historical and stylistic context of the set work and key vocabulary. Detailed key information regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. A* examples to give you an in-depth knowledge ready for essay and listening questions in the exam. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. Possible ways of revising this material include: Highlighting key words in the notes Write an essay question and see if you have remembered all the points and examples listed Listening to the wider listening suggestions and seeing if you can recognise the key features listed and compare them to the piece These notes are also really good for making revision cards from They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
A Level Music: Bach Cantata Notes & Wider Listening
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A Level Music: Bach Cantata Notes & Wider Listening

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These notes will help you learn and revise Component 3 (Appraising) content for the A Level Music exam, specifically concerning the following work: Cantata ‘Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott’ BWV 80, 1st, 2nd and 8th movements (Bach) This resource includes: Historical and stylistic context of the set work and key vocabulary. Detailed key information regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. A* examples to give you an in-depth knowledge ready for essay and listening questions in the exam. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. Possible ways of revising this material include: Highlighting key words in the notes Write an essay question and see if you have remembered all the points and examples listed Listening to the wider listening suggestions and seeing if you can recognise the key features listed and compare them to the piece These notes are also really good for making revision cards from They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
GCSE English Literature Much Ado About Nothing Quotes List
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GCSE English Literature Much Ado About Nothing Quotes List

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Key quotes list, essential for any student studying Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing”. They have served me well in my GCSE English Literature course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
A Level Music: Mozart Opera Notes & Wider Listening
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A Level Music: Mozart Opera Notes & Wider Listening

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These notes will help you learn and revise Component 3 (Appraising) content for the A Level Music exam, specifically concerning the following work: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), No.4 (recit and aria: ‘O zittre nicht’) and No. 5 (quintet: ‘Hm!’) from Act 1 (Mozart) This resource includes: Historical and stylistic context of the set work and key vocabulary. Detailed key information regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. A* examples to give you an in-depth knowledge ready for essay and listening questions in the exam. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. Possible ways of revising this material include: Highlighting key words in the notes Write an essay question and see if you have remembered all the points and examples listed Listening to the wider listening suggestions and seeing if you can recognise the key features listed and compare them to the piece These notes are also really good for making revision cards from They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
A Level Music: AoS4 Pop & Jazz Revision
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A Level Music: AoS4 Pop & Jazz Revision

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A bundle of thorough revision notes and wider listening! These notes will help you learn and revise Component 3 (Appraising) content for the A Level Music exam, specifically concerning the area of study: Area of Study 4: Popular Music and Jazz This resource includes: Historical and stylistic context of the set work and key vocabulary. Detailed key information regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. A* examples to give you an in-depth knowledge ready for essay and listening questions in the exam. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. Possible ways of revising this material include: Highlighting key words in the notes Write an essay question and see if you have remembered all the points and examples listed Listening to the wider listening suggestions and seeing if you can recognise the key features listed and compare them to the piece These notes are also really good for making revision cards from They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
A Level Music: Saariaho 'Petals' Notes & Wider Listening
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A Level Music: Saariaho 'Petals' Notes & Wider Listening

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These notes will help you learn and revise Component 3 (Appraising) content for the A Level Music exam, specifically concerning the following work: Petals (for Cello Solo and Optional ELectronics) (Kaija Saariaho) This resource includes: Historical and stylistic context of the set work and key vocabulary. Detailed key information regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. A* examples to give you an in-depth knowledge ready for essay and listening questions in the exam. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. Possible ways of revising this material include: Highlighting key words in the notes Write an essay question and see if you have remembered all the points and examples listed Listening to the wider listening suggestions and seeing if you can recognise the key features listed and compare them to the piece These notes are also really good for making revision cards from They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
A Level Music: The Beatles 'Revolver' Notes & Wider Listening
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A Level Music: The Beatles 'Revolver' Notes & Wider Listening

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These notes will help you learn and revise Component 3 (Appraising) content for the A Level Music exam, specifically concerning the following work: Eleanor Rigby’, ‘Here, There and Everywhere’, ‘I Want to Tell You’ and ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ from Revolver (The Beatles) This resource includes: Historical and stylistic context of the set work and key vocabulary. Detailed key information regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. A* examples to give you an in-depth knowledge ready for essay and listening questions in the exam. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. Possible ways of revising this material include: Highlighting key words in the notes Write an essay question and see if you have remembered all the points and examples listed Listening to the wider listening suggestions and seeing if you can recognise the key features listed and compare them to the piece These notes are also really good for making revision cards from They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
A Level Music: Stravinsky 'The Rite of Spring' Notes & Wider Listening
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A Level Music: Stravinsky 'The Rite of Spring' Notes & Wider Listening

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These notes will help you learn and revise Component 3 (Appraising) content for the A Level Music exam, specifically concerning the following work: The Rite of Spring: Introduction, ‘The Augurs of Spring’ and ‘Ritual of Abduction’ (Stravinsky) This resource includes: Historical and stylistic context of the set work and key vocabulary. Detailed key information regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. A* examples to give you an in-depth knowledge ready for essay and listening questions in the exam. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. Possible ways of revising this material include: Highlighting key words in the notes Write an essay question and see if you have remembered all the points and examples listed Listening to the wider listening suggestions and seeing if you can recognise the key features listed and compare them to the piece These notes are also really good for making revision cards from They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
AQA A Level German 'Good Bye Lenin' Key Quotes List
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AQA A Level German 'Good Bye Lenin' Key Quotes List

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Key quotes list, essential for any student studying Becker’s “Good Bye Lenin”. They have served me well in my A Level German course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.
A Level Music Set Work & Wider Listening Comparison Mindmaps
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A Level Music Set Work & Wider Listening Comparison Mindmaps

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Handwritten mind maps comparing Edexcel A level set works to each other and making wider listening links. They contain: Key notes facts and examples regarding all musical elements relevant to the set work: sonority, instrumentation, texture, structure, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, metre, tempo and dynamics. Relevant wider listening comparisons (both similarities and differences) which will be essential for higher level responses to an exam question. They have served me well in my A Level music course and I hope they can be of benefit to you too! There’s also plenty more where this came from, so please check out my other resources.