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'Violence in Macbeth' - Exemplar Essay
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'Violence in Macbeth' - Exemplar Essay

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The following essay was written in response to the following question: ‘‘Explore how fare Shakespeare presents Macbeth as a violent character’’ (AQA). The answer was high attaining and achieved 28 out of a possible 30 marks. It can be used as a form of revision or when responding to feedback to enhance essay skills and further develop analytical writing style.
Homer's Odyssey Knowledge Organisers: GCSE Classical Civilisations
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Homer's Odyssey Knowledge Organisers: GCSE Classical Civilisations

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Designed for the OCR GCSE Classical Civilisations specification for ‘‘Literature and Culture.’’ All five knowledge organisers/summary sheets cover the prescribed books (Book 9, 10, 19, 21 and 22) and include a general overview of the plot of each section, major characters, major themes and analysis.
OCR Classical Civilisation Myth and Religion Revision (9-1)
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OCR Classical Civilisation Myth and Religion Revision (9-1)

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Full revision Guide for all of the Myth and Religion module for Route 1 of GCSE Classical Civilisations for the OCR 9-1 Specification. The following revision guide has been designed for the OCR GCSE specification for Classical Civilisations: Myth and Religion. It includes summaries of all topics covered in the eight topics in condensed revision notes, with relevant prescribed sources. The 64-page long document provides revision notes for: The Gods Heroes (Hercules) Temples Foundation Myths Festivals Myth and Symbols of Power Death and Burial Journeying to the Underworld At the end of each section, there is a glossary of key terms. Towards the end, there are a range of exam questions for students to attempt and an overview of the question types found within the examination.
How far does Priestley present Mrs Birling as an unlikeable character?
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How far does Priestley present Mrs Birling as an unlikeable character?

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How far does Priestley present Mrs Birling as an unlikeable character? The following answers scored 27 out of 30 marks and is focused on Mrs Birling’s character in An Inspector Calls. It can be used as an example essay after mocks or as a source of revision for students hoping to attain higher grades.
OCR Classical Civilisation Homeric World (Mycenae, Literature and Culture)  (9-1) Revision Guide
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OCR Classical Civilisation Homeric World (Mycenae, Literature and Culture) (9-1) Revision Guide

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Full revision guide for all of the culture section for the Homeric World (J199/21), covering the Mycenaean Age. The following revision guide has been designed for the OCR GCSE specification for Classical Civilisations:Homeric World. It includes summaries of all topics covered in the four topics as condensed revision notes, with relevant prescribed sources. The 18-page long document provides revision notes for: Key Sites Life in the Mycenaean Age Decorative Arts Tombs, Graves and Burials At the end of each section, there is a glossary of key terms. Towards the end,there is an overview of the question types found within the examination (Section A only)
Myth and Religion Revision Quizzes: OCR GCSE Classical Civilisations
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Myth and Religion Revision Quizzes: OCR GCSE Classical Civilisations

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Myth and Religion (designed for the OCR GCSE Classical Civilisations specification) - a set of 21 revision quizzes which cover all eight topics covered within the course. Each quiz has a set of 10 questions which cover a previous one/two lessons. These can be used as part of retrieval practice and allows students to identify any areas of knowledge that they do not fully understand. They are tagged together so students have a pack of 21 revision cards / 210 key facts that cover the whole study
OCR Classical Civilisation Myth and Religion: Model Answers
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OCR Classical Civilisation Myth and Religion: Model Answers

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A selection of 18 exemplar essays/answers written in response to exam questions concerning the OCR’S Specification for ‘Myth and Religion’. All answers were high attaining and there is an example for the following types of questions: Knowledge and Understanding Detailed Response (x 2) Stimulus Questions (12 answers relating to the Underworld and sacrifices) Extended Response (x 2) These can be used as a source of revision or to help develop essay writing skills before/after an examination.
Virgil's Aeneid: Modern Scholarship (OCR A-Level Classical Civilisations)
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Virgil's Aeneid: Modern Scholarship (OCR A-Level Classical Civilisations)

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The following document contains an array of scholarly views in relation to Virgil’s ‘Aeneid’ and has been designed for students studying the OCR Classical Civilisation Specification for ‘World of the Hero.’ It has been broken down into the appropriate sections, with the scholar’s name and their argument, including key quotes. This can be used to accompany the text, for students to incoorporate scholarship into their own answers or to simply annotate. Sections include; Literary techniques and composition  Structure and plot of the epic  Language of the epic, including the use of:  Speeches  Themes  Flashback  Similes  Homeric influence  Context *** Characterisation and Themes**  Concepts, values and behaviour of a Greek and Roman hero  Characterisation of major and minor characters (including Aeneas and Dido)  The role of Aeneas in Rome’s Imperial Destiny  Portrayal of War  Portrayal of Different Nations The Social, Cultural and Religious Context  Moral values implicit in the Aeneid, including pietas and its contrast with furor  Importance of Fate and Destiny  Role of the immortals (and relationship between mortals and immortals)  Family and Friendship  Relationships between men and women, parents and children  Part played by women in the epic and their position in society Historical and Political Background The word document contains an array of scholarly views in relation to Virgil’s Aeneid and has been designed for students studying the OCR Classical Civilisation Specification for ‘World of the Hero.’ It has been broken down into the appropriate books, with the scholar’s name and their argument, including key quotes. There is an opportunity for students to give their own perception of the view and come to the conclusion as to whether they agree or disagree with them.
OCR Classical Civilisation Roman City Life (9-1) Revision Guide
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OCR Classical Civilisation Roman City Life (9-1) Revision Guide

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Full revision guide for all of the culture section for the Homeric World (J199/22), covering Roman City Life. The following revision guide has been designed for the OCR GCSE specification for Classical Civilisations:Roman City Life. It includes summaries of all topics covered in the four topics as condensed revision notes, with relevant prescribed sources. The 24-page long document provides revision notes for: Roman Housing The Roman Home and Family Roman Society Leisure and Entertainment At the end of each section, there is a glossary of key terms. Towards the end,there is an overview of the question types found within the examination (Section A only)
Homer's Iliad Scholarship Booklet (OCR A-Level Classical Civilisations)
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Homer's Iliad Scholarship Booklet (OCR A-Level Classical Civilisations)

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The following document contains an array of scholarly views in relation to Homer’s Iliad and has been designed for students studying the OCR Classical Civilisations Specification for ‘World of the Hero.’ This can be easily adapted so that you can add or remove relevant pieces of scholarship. There is space for annotations (i.e. you may wish to include examples from the text to support the scholars viewpoint or link this to opposing arguments)
Greek Religion: Modern Scholarship (OCR A-Level Classical Civilisations)
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Greek Religion: Modern Scholarship (OCR A-Level Classical Civilisations)

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The following document contains an array of scholarly views in relation to Greek Religion and has been designed for students studying the OCR Classical Civilisation Specification for ‘World of the Hero.’ It has been broken down into the appropriate topic sections, with the scholar’s name and their argument, including key quotes. This can be used to accompany lessons, for students to incorporate scholarship into their own answers or to simply annotate. Sections include: Nature of the Olympian Gods Personal Experience of the Divine Religion and Society Places of Worship Rituals and Priests Religion and Philosophy The accompanying grid document contains further arguments alongside an opportunity to evaluate views using knowledge from the course. This has been broken down into the appropriate sub-sections but can easily be adapted to allow for the addition of any extra scholarship read.
Homer's Odyssey  (OCR Classical Civilisations 9-1) Revision
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Homer's Odyssey (OCR Classical Civilisations 9-1) Revision

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This booklet provides an overview of Homer’s Odyssey for the GCSE OCR Specification for the ‘Homeric World’ paper. It covers: Literary Techniques and Composition Themes Character of Odysseus Portrayal of Key Characters There is a glossary of key terms, a summary of key characters and an exam overview. There are also accompanying essay plans (fill-in) and summary sheets.
Power And Conflict Poetry Anthology Annotated (AQA English Literature)
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Power And Conflict Poetry Anthology Annotated (AQA English Literature)

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Fully annotated poetry anthology for AQA English Literature Paper 2: ‘Conflict and Tension’ poetry cluster. All fifteen poems have notes on: Context Summary/Main Ideas Literary Analysis (multiple inferences for the vast majority of quotes) Structural and Form Analysis There is a revision checklist at the start of the document, with a summary of the key skills expected, as per the specification. Towards the end of the document there are sample comparative responses from different grades as well as practice essay questions.
Mr Birling says, ‘…a man has to mind his business.'' How far do you agree that Birling is selfish?
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Mr Birling says, ‘…a man has to mind his business.'' How far do you agree that Birling is selfish?

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Mr Birling says, ‘…a man has to mind his own business and look after himself and his own’. How far does Priestley present Mr Birling as a man who cares only for himself and his family? The following answers scored 24 out of 30 marks and is focused on Birling’s character in An Inspector Calls. It can be used as an example essay after mocks or as a source of revision for students hoping to attain higher grades.
Aeneas: Character Overview
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Aeneas: Character Overview

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A short-summary detailing Aeneas’ characterisation in Virgil’s Aeneid. Designed for the OCR A-Level specification for ‘World of the Hero’ Aeneas as a Greek Hero and a Post-Homeric (Roman Hero) Aeneas as a leader Aeneas as a lover Aeneas as a family man Aeneas’ role in Rome’s Imperial Destiny