This resource includes in depth analysis of act 3 in Othello, including quotes and an exam question that is written in note form in how I would answer a question that included act 3. This resource looks into key themes that occur in the act.
This powerpoint is 12 slides long. It applies to A-Level Law on the OCR exam board. It covers relevant legal points with definitions and cases. There are also scenarios with worked answers that would receive high marks.
This resource outlines aspects of modern life that are common from modernist literature and post modern literature. I have then applied each of these to the Handmaids Tale by Margret Atwood and Feminine Gospels by Carol Ann Duffy to demonstrate how these aspects apply and occur in novels. This greatly helped my understanding during my A-Levels as these directly applied to the texts I was studying.
This resource pack includes 4 A3 mindmaps that explore key themes in the play. These themes include love and relationships, love and sex, jealousy and appearance and reality. These mindmaps will aide revision of the key themes that arise throughout the play and also help with answering exam questions that are themed based in the play.
This resource contains condensed information about the context in which the play streetcar named desire was written. As this poster is brief I have uploaded it for free as a taster into the quality of my resources and how they are set out. This is a revision poster on the context of the play a streetcar named desire by Tennessee Williams.
This powerpoint is 7 slides and includes notes with key cases that link to scenarios. It applies to A-Level Law on OCR. It covers relevant legal points with definitions and cases that apply to each point.
This is an in depth resource that uses a mindmap to explore key aspects of post modern literature, such as handmaids tale. Not only does this resource include definitions but uses quotes from the Handmaids Tale by Margret Atwood and Feminine Gospels by Carol Ann Duffy to demonstrate the points and how the techniques are applied. This resource will help with understanding of post modern literature and how this effects the reader by applying it to actual texts.
These revision materials are venn diagrams that explore the relationships between characters in the play streetcar named desire by Tennessee Williams. The characters include Blanche and Stella and Blanche and Mitch and how they are similar and what they have in common and how their characters differ.
This resource contains 4 A3 posters that examine the characters of Blanche, Stella, Stanley and Mitch in the play streetcar named desire by Tennessee Williams. These condensed notes help with exam questions about characters in the play. Each poster explores key parts of the background of each character and themes.
This revision source has condensed notes on the English legal system topic for A-Level Law OCR. This covers civil courts and ADR (alternative dispute resolution) and criminal courts and lay people. It is an A3 piece of paper that has been created in good notes.
This resource contains 3 mindmaps that examine the key themes of love in Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier and Pre 19th century poetry as part of english literature A-Level AQA. These themes include such as love, dangers to love and challenges and obstacles to love. This will help with answering exam questions such as romantic love.
In this resource there are 6 A3 mindmaps that explore the key themes that arise in the play such as fantasy and reality, sex and desire and domestic violence. The exploration of these themes aids answering exam questions that are themed based and ideas that will help in developing an answer. Streetcar named desire is a play by Tennessee Williams.
This resource contains revision notes for criminal law on the OCR A-Level exam board. It shows condensed notes on the actus reus, mens rea, non-fatal offenses, fatal offenses including involuntary manslaughter and property offenses. The notes also include relevant cases.
This revision source helps identify the legal points to tackle an offences against property questions for A-Level Law on the OCR exam board. It includes relevant legal points to include in a scenario question and cases that apply to the points.
This revision source shows what each poem from the collection means with detailed analysis and what this means. There are 21 slides , 2 per poem, with explanation of what happens in each poem and the language and structure. With explanations of how this effects the poem with its key themes.
This revision source details themes that are present in Rebecca and Pre 19th Century anthology. There are 22 slides with written paragraphs about the theme in Rebecca such as love and betrayal and how this is presented in pre-19th century anthology.
This poster explores the setting in the play a streetcar named desire by Tennessee Williams, where setting can be a possible exam question that requires an essay answer. The poster demonstrates and explains areas mentioned in the play and how they are relevant in the context of the play.
This resource pack explores key parts of each character from the play Othello by William Shakespeare. The characters include Othello, Iago, Emilia and Desdemona. This resource pack will aid revision for the play as the points about each characters are condensed and help to answer exam questions about them.