This scheme of work was created for A Level English Literature B - Paper 2B: Elements of Social and Political Protest Writing. Over the course of the 16 lessons, pupils develop skills that address all of the assessment objectives, and begin to establish connections between “The Kite Runner” and “Song’s of Innocence and Experience” (as required for Section C of this exam).
This lesson is part of a scheme of work on The Handmaid’s Tale for English Literature A Level (B) Paper 2B: Elements of Social and Political Protest writing.
It asks students to develop links across the literary canon, as required in the assessment objectives (AO4).
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This is a high-level examplar essay that explores two of the trickier modern poems in the AQA Conflict and Power anthology. The essay question is:
Explore memories and the past in Carol Rumens’ The Emigreé, and one other poem you have studied.
This high-level exemplary essay covers ‘Charge of the Light Brigade’ and ‘Bayonet Charge’ , as part of AQA Conflict and Power poetry anthology. The essay question is:
Compare the ways poets present ideas about bravery in ‘Charge of the Light Brigade’ and in one other poem from ‘Power and conflict’.
Designed for A Level English Literature (Edexcel) this high-level essay is based on the following exam title:
Explore the view that Othello is the only person responsible for his downfall.
This should be use to guide pupils in developing an independent academic argument as part of an essay introduction (AO1) and applying different critical perspectives (AO5). However all AOs are applied in this exemplar.