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The author is an IBDP Examiner and Team Leader. He is an experienced teacher of IBDP and IGCSE English A and TOK. He worked as an HoD of English at GIobal Indian International School Singapore. He is a Postgraduate in English Literature and a trained graduate teacher in English from English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. He also holds a Level 4 Certificate in TESOL from Trinity College London; studied at St Giles International Central London. WhatsApp: +65 83852985.

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The author is an IBDP Examiner and Team Leader. He is an experienced teacher of IBDP and IGCSE English A and TOK. He worked as an HoD of English at GIobal Indian International School Singapore. He is a Postgraduate in English Literature and a trained graduate teacher in English from English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. He also holds a Level 4 Certificate in TESOL from Trinity College London; studied at St Giles International Central London. WhatsApp: +65 83852985.
Song by Lady Mary Wroth
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Song by Lady Mary Wroth

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Song by Lady Mary Wroth IGCSE Literature 0486(CIE) from SONGS OF OURSELVES Volume 2 CONTENTS 5 IGCSE Style Questions for Practice 1 Model Response in 837 words LESSON PLAN and USAGE • Use the five carefully worded IGCSE style questions in your school exams to assess your students. • Begin a discussion on what a good response looks like and how to present the thoughts for A* grade in IGCSE board examination. • Ask your students to highlight the points of view and good parts in a paragraph and see if they have similar thoughts or ideas. • Ask how they differ or how they find it similar. • Ask what aspects of the model response they like and how they can try such a response in the exam. • Discuss the strength of the essay's PETER/PEE/PQC structure. • You will see your students get confident in an hour class with this but after understanding the poem taught by you.
THE PLANNERS  by Boey Kim Cheng
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THE PLANNERS by Boey Kim Cheng

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IGCSE Literature 0486(CIE) SONGS OF OURSELVES Volume 1 CONTENTS 3 IGCSE Exam Style Questions for Practice 1 Model Response in 1094 words Critical Comments Band 1 Response
Songs of Ourselves Volume 2- Vocabulary Enhancement Exercise
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Songs of Ourselves Volume 2- Vocabulary Enhancement Exercise

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The aim of this activity/exercise was to help the student to learn to write varied expressions in the essays to replace the original words in the poems. Teachers must notice that students tend to use the same words from the poems quite often in the essays; which is not a good sign but it can be overcome if they are given this kind of exercise. Definitely, students will understand the importance of using different expressions or synonyms in the essay to make it better for a higher credit from the examiners. Some words in the resource may not suit in the context of the poems but many are truly useful and effective. Consider that part ...
The Lost Woman... by Patricia Beer
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The Lost Woman... by Patricia Beer

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The Lost Woman... by Patricia Beer IGCSE Literature 0486(CIE) SONGS OF OURSELVES Volume 2 CONTENTS 5 IGCSE Exam Style Questions for Practice 1 Model Response in 1020 words LESSON PLAN and USAGE • Use five carefully worded IGCSE style questions in your school exams to assess your students. • Begin a discussion on what a good response looks like and how to present the thoughts for A* grade in IGCSE board examination. • Ask your students to highlight the points of view and good parts in a paragraph and see if they have similar thoughts or ideas. • Ask how they differ or how they find it similar. • Ask what aspects of the model response they like and how they can try such a response in the exam. • Discuss the strength of the essay's PETER/PEE/PQC structure. • You will see your students get confident in an hour class with this but after understanding the poem taught by you.
Songs of Ourselves Volume 1 : 96 IGCSE & O Level Exam Style Questions on 15 Set Poems: Question Bank
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Songs of Ourselves Volume 1 : 96 IGCSE & O Level Exam Style Questions on 15 Set Poems: Question Bank

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SONGS OF OURSELVES VOLUME 1 -Part 5 96 IGCSE and O level Exam-Style Questions for 2017-2019 A QUESTION BANK for Teachers and Students SET POEMS: Fleur Adcock, ‘For Heidi With Blue Hair’ James K Baxter, ‘Elegy For My Father’s Father’ Elizabeth Bishop, ‘One Art’ Boey Kim Cheng, ‘Reservist’ Emily Brontë, ‘Cold In The Earth’ Robert Browning, ‘Meeting At Night’ Emily Dickinson, ‘Because I Could Not Stop For Death’ Philip Larkin, ‘The Trees’ Charlotte Mew, ‘The Trees Are Down’ Grace Nichols, ‘Praise Song For My Mother’ Wilfred Owen, ‘Anthem For Doomed Youth’ Siegfried Sassoon, ‘Attack’ Stephen Spender, ‘My Parents’ Alfred, Lord Tennyson, ‘Song: Tears, Idle Tears’ Hone Tuwhare, ‘Friend’
The Clod and the Pebble by William Blake
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The Clod and the Pebble by William Blake

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The Clod and the Pebble by William Blake IGCSE Literature 0486(CIE) SONGS OF OURSELVES Volume 2 CONTENTS 3 IGCSE Exam Style Questions for Practice 1 Model Response in 831 words LESSON PLAN and USAGE • Use the three carefully worded IGCSE style questions in your school exams to assess your students. • Begin a discussion on what a good response looks like and how to present the thoughts for A* grade in IGCSE board examination. • Ask your students to highlight the points of view and good parts in a paragraph and see if they have similar thoughts or ideas. • Ask how they differ or how they find it similar. • Ask what aspects of the model response they like and how they can try such a response in the exam. • Discuss the strength of the essay's PETER/PEE/PQC structure. • You will see your students get confident in an hour class with this but after understanding the poem taught by you.
Anthem for Doomed Youth by Wilfred Owen: 11 IGCSE Style Questions_1 Worksheet and 1 Model Response
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Anthem for Doomed Youth by Wilfred Owen: 11 IGCSE Style Questions_1 Worksheet and 1 Model Response

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ANTHEM FOR DOOMED YOUTH by Wilfred Owen SONGS OF OURSELVES VOLUME 1 IGCSE Literature 0486/O-Level (CIE) CONTENTS 11 IGCSE Exam-Style Questions for Practice 1 Model Response (852 Words) 1 Worksheet (6 pages) short critical questions for understanding literary terms identified 1 imaginative writing task with themes, tone, and mood LESSON PLAN and USAGE • Use the eleven carefully worded IGCSE style questions in your school exams to assess your students. • Begin a discussion on what a good response looks like and how to present the thoughts for A* grade in IGCSE board examination. • Ask your students to highlight the points of view and good parts in a paragraph and see if they have similar thoughts or ideas. • Ask how they differ or how they find it similar. • Ask what aspects of the model response they like and how they can try such a response in the exam. • Discuss the strength of the essay's PETER/PEE/PQC structure. • You will see your students get confident in an hour class with this but after understanding the poem taught by you.
Stabat Mater by Sam Hunt
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Stabat Mater by Sam Hunt

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Stabat Mater by Sam Hunt IGCSE Literature 0486(CIE) SONGS OF OURSELVES Volume 2 CONTENTS 5 IGCSE Exam Style Questions for Practice 1 Model Response in 920 words LESSON PLAN and USAGE • Use the five carefully worded IGCSE style exam questions in your school exams to assess your students. • Begin a discussion on what a good response looks like and how to present the thoughts for A* grade in IGCSE board examination. • Ask your students to highlight the points of view and good parts in a paragraph and see if they have similar thoughts or ideas. • Ask how they differ or how they find it similar. • Ask what aspects of the model response they like and how they can try such a response in the exam. • Discuss the strength of the essay's PETER/PEE/PQC structure. • You will see your students get confident in an hour class with this but after understanding the poem taught by you.
Passion by Kathleen Raine
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Passion by Kathleen Raine

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Passion by Kathleen Raine IGCSE Literature 0486(CIE) SONGS OF OURSELVES Volume 2 CONTENTS 4 IGCSE Exam Style Questions for Practice 1 Model Response in 987 words LESSON PLAN and USAGE • Use the four carefully worded IGCSE style questions in your school exams to assess your students. • Begin a discussion on what a good response looks like and how to present the thoughts for A* grade in IGCSE board examination. • Ask your students to highlight the points of view and good parts in a paragraph and see if they have similar thoughts or ideas. • Ask how they differ or how they find it similar. • Ask what aspects of the model response they like and how they can try such a response in the exam. • Discuss the strength of the essay's PETER/PEE/PQC structure. • You will see your students get confident in an hour class with this but after understanding the poem taught by you.
Coming Home by Owen Sheers
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Coming Home by Owen Sheers

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Coming Home by Owen Sheers SONGS OF OURSELVES Volume 2 IGCSE Literature 0486(CIE) CONTENTS 7 IGCSE Exam Style Questions for Practice 1 Model Response in 916 words LESSON PLAN and USAGE • Use seven carefully worded IGCSE style questions in your school exams to assess your students. • Begin a discussion on what a good response looks like and how to present the thoughts for A* grade in IGCSE board examination. • Ask your students to highlight the points of view and good parts in a paragraph and see if they have similar thoughts or ideas. • Ask how they differ or how they find it similar. • Ask what aspects of the model response they like and how they can try such a response in the exam. • Discuss the strength of the essay's PETER/PEE/PQC structure. • You will see your students get confident in an hour class with this but after understanding the poem taught by you.
Tiger in the Menagerie by Emma Jones
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Tiger in the Menagerie by Emma Jones

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Tiger in the Menagerie by Emma Jones IGCSE Literature 0486(CIE) SONGS OF OURSELVES Volume 2 CONTENTS 5 IGCSE Style Questions for Practice 1 Model Response in 970 words LESSON PLAN and USAGE • Use the three carefully worded IGCSE style questions in your school exams to assess your students. • Begin a discussion on what a good response looks like and how to present the thoughts for A* grade in IGCSE board examination. • Ask your students to highlight the points of view and good parts in a paragraph and see if they have similar thoughts or ideas. • Ask how they differ or how they find it similar. • Ask what aspects of the model response they like and how they can try such a response in the exam. • Discuss the strength of the essay's PETER/PEE/PQC structure. • You will see your students get confident in an hour class with this but after understanding the poem taught by you.
lion heart by Amanda Chong (IGCSE Style Exam Questions and Model Band 1 Response)
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lion heart by Amanda Chong (IGCSE Style Exam Questions and Model Band 1 Response)

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lion heart by Amanda Chong (IGCSE Style Exam Questions and Model Band 1 Response) For IGCSE Literature 0486 (CIE) from SONGS OF OURSELVES Volume 2 CONTENTS 5 IGCSE Style Questions for Practice 1 Model Response in 910 words Band 1-A Grade Response LESSON PLAN and USAGE • Use the five carefully worded IGCSE style questions in your school exams to assess your students. • Begin a discussion on what a good response looks like and how to present the thoughts for A* grade in IGCSE board examination. • Ask your students to highlight the points of view and good parts in a paragraph and see if they have similar thoughts or ideas. • Ask how they differ or how they find it similar. • Ask what aspects of the model response they like and how they can try such a response in the exam. • Discuss the strength of the essay's PETER/PEE/PQC structure. • You will see your students get confident in an hour class with this but after understanding the poem taught by you.