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I'm a full time student studying at University. All of my resources are ones that I have used in the past to help me with my revision for A Level and GCSE, and now my degree. I achieved As and A*s in all of my qualifications through dedicated study and structured revision, so these resources are sure to help as long as you put in the work!

I'm a full time student studying at University. All of my resources are ones that I have used in the past to help me with my revision for A Level and GCSE, and now my degree. I achieved As and A*s in all of my qualifications through dedicated study and structured revision, so these resources are sure to help as long as you put in the work!
AQA Spanish A Level Topics and Ideas - Year 1 only
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AQA Spanish A Level Topics and Ideas - Year 1 only

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This resource provides summaries and ideas of each of the 6 topics and 12 sub-themes covered in year 1 Spanish. It’s great for revision and teaching purposes as it provides Spanish-speaking examples that go above and beyond what can be found in the text book, displaying it all in a concise and accessible format. It also features useful vocabulary for both the speaking and written exams.
Edexcel / Pearson A Level English Literature Metaphysical Poetry Revision
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Edexcel / Pearson A Level English Literature Metaphysical Poetry Revision

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This resource features biographical information about each of the poets studied in the Metaphysical anthology for English Literature A Level: Andrew Marvell, Henry Vaughan, John Donne, Katherine Philips, Richard Lovelace, Thomas Carew, Anne Bradstreet and George Herbert. It also includes summaries of each poem studied by each poet, as well as key details / points to remember when analysing the poems, which can be used as starting points for discussion and essays. There is a separate document per poet included in this bundle. I made this as part of my A Level revision, so it’s very useful for students and/or teachers to hand out in class for revision or teaching purposes (I achieved a grade A).
Como Agua para Chocolate CONTEXT - A Level Spanish
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Como Agua para Chocolate CONTEXT - A Level Spanish

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This resource provides useful context for the written exam for Spanish (Como Agua para Chocolate, Laura Esquivel). I have also included a comparison of the novel to the Mexican Civil War, which compares the characters to important historical figures. This is a perfect and unique way to add in and analyse the social and historical context which will help to boost grades even more!
AQA A Level Spanish - Topics and Ideas - Year 2 only
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AQA A Level Spanish - Topics and Ideas - Year 2 only

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This features ideas and key examples of information that’s relevant and useful for both the speaking and writing exams. It’s perfect for revision or teaching as it presents the ideas and examples from the Hispanic world that go above and beyond what can be found in the textbook in an accessible and easy-to-read way. I have found it very useful, as have my classmates and my teacher!
AQA A Level Spanish Topic Summaries and Ideas - Years 1&2
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AQA A Level Spanish Topic Summaries and Ideas - Years 1&2

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These powerpoints were made by me during my A Level Spanish studies; they summarise key facts, figures and discussion points relating to each of the topics and sub-themes which will help when it comes to studying and revising for the speaking exam, as well as vocabulary for the written exams. They include all of the year one and year two topics, as well as useful vocab that’s either listed or used within each slide. It’s set out in an easy-to-use order to avoid confusion and has extra information (e.g. examples of events in the Spanish-speaking world which are relevant to each sub-theme and can be very impressive in the exam) and is handy for finding what you’re looking for. My teacher will be using these to support her next class, I am sure it will be very helpful!
Shakespeare Critical Theory
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Shakespeare Critical Theory

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This resource is a poweroint presentation featuring summaries of critical theory, relating specifically to Othello as well as more generally towards Shakespearean works. The cohesive summaries allow you to gain a better understanding of the complex ideas expressed by the critics, which will enable you to embed them more cohesively into your work. I’ve also included key quotes that are worth remembering and help you to understand the theories. This is an AS & A-Level English Literature revision resource.