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Private Tutor with PhD in Literature providing exam resources for English Language and Literature, GCSE and A-Level, across all major UK Exam Boards.

Private Tutor with PhD in Literature providing exam resources for English Language and Literature, GCSE and A-Level, across all major UK Exam Boards.
The Merchant of Venice Practice Questions for AQA GCSE
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The Merchant of Venice Practice Questions for AQA GCSE

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A set of fifteen practice exam questions for The Merchant of Venice, designed for the AQA 2015 Specification for English Literature GCSE (Paper 1, Section A). Contains both character-based questions and theme-based questions, with extracts ranging from soliloquies to conversations. All questions are formatted similarly to the AQA specimen papers.
GCSE Creative Writing Practice Questions for AQA
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GCSE Creative Writing Practice Questions for AQA

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A set of twenty practice exam questions designed for Creative Writing Question 5, AQA 2015 Specification for English Language GCSE (Paper 1, Section B). Each question is an either/or, containing one picture based prompt, and one regular prompt. All questions are formatted similarly to the AQA specimen papers. Licensing for images provided by Unsplash.
Introduction to Tragedy
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Introduction to Tragedy

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A handout designed to introduce A-Level students to the basics of Aristotle’s theories of Tragedy. Includes breakdown of his theories on plot, and on the Tragic Hero, designed to improve student’s contextual knowledge. Ideal for students tackling Shakespearian Tragedy.
Macbeth Practice Questions for AQA GCSE
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Macbeth Practice Questions for AQA GCSE

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A set of twenty practice exam questions for Macbeth, designed for the AQA 2015 Specification for English Literature GCSE (Paper 1, Section A). Contains both character-based questions and theme-based questions, with extracts ranging from soliloquies to conversations. All questions are formatted similarly to the AQA specimen papers.
Power and Conflict Practice Questions for AQA GCSE
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Power and Conflict Practice Questions for AQA GCSE

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A set of fifteen practice exam questions for the ‘Power and Conflict’ poetry cluster, designed for the AQA 2015 Specification for English Literature GCSE (Paper 2, Section B). Contains one question for each of the fifteen poems in the anthology. All questions are formatted similarly to the AQA specimen papers.
Love and Relationships Practice Questions for AQA GCSE
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Love and Relationships Practice Questions for AQA GCSE

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A set of fifteen practice exam questions for the ‘Love and Relationships’ poetry cluster, designed for the AQA 2015 Specification for English Literature GCSE (Paper 2, Section B). Contains one question for each of the fifteen poems in the anthology. All questions are formatted similarly to the AQA specimen papers.
Understanding Meter and Verse, A-Level PowerPoint
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Understanding Meter and Verse, A-Level PowerPoint

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A PowerPoint explaining the use of meter and verse in Shakespeare’s plays. Designed for A-Level students tackling Shakespeare. Totals 18 slides. Covers basic terminology (e.g. iamb, trochee, anapest etc.), use of iambic pentameter, blank verse, trochaic tetrameter, trochaic substitution, and use of prose, with examples from a variety of Shakespeare’s plays. Not specific to any exam board. Designed to build upon the basic GCSE-level knowledge of meter and verse.
Macbeth Act One Workbook (GCSE)
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Macbeth Act One Workbook (GCSE)

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A workbook for Act One of Macbeth. Designed for GCSE/KS4. The workbook breaks down Act One scene by scene, with space for students to write a summary of the scene, followed by a series of questions and activities, including soliloquies for analysis, and extension tasks encouraging students to research aspects of context. Ideal for homework tasks or for revision activities.
Romeo and Juliet Practice Questions for AQA GCSE
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Romeo and Juliet Practice Questions for AQA GCSE

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A set of fifteen practice exam questions for Romeo and Juliet, designed for the AQA 2015 Specification for English Literature GCSE (Paper 1, Section A). Contains both character-based questions and theme-based questions, with extracts ranging from soliloquies to conversations. All questions are formatted similarly to the AQA specimen papers.
Romeo and Juliet: SLICED, Powerpoint
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Romeo and Juliet: SLICED, Powerpoint

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A fully-animated powerpoint presentation breaking down key quotations from Romeo and Juliet using the “SLICED” method (structure, language, ideas, context, effect on the reader). Designed to help students understand how to analyse quotations from a number of different angles. 59 slides in total, with 6 fully animated examples, one from each act of the play, plus the prologue. Designed to be flexible - can be used as a question and answer style classroom activity, or be totally guided. Each example ends with key questions for students to think about.
Narrative Voice in The Great Gatsby
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Narrative Voice in The Great Gatsby

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A handout explaining the key elements of narrative voice in Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, including examples of Nick Carraway as an unreliable narrator, and discussions of the narrative arc. Designed for A-Level/KS5.
Macbeth Act Two Workbook (GCSE)
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Macbeth Act Two Workbook (GCSE)

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A workbook for Act Two of Macbeth. Designed for GCSE/KS4. The workbook breaks down Act Two scene by scene, with space for students to write a summary of the scene, followed by a series of questions and activities, including soliloquies for analysis, and extension tasks encouraging students to research aspects of context. Ideal for homework tasks or for revision activities.
Poetry Comparison (Power and Conflict)
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Poetry Comparison (Power and Conflict)

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A workbook designed to help students get to grips with writing comparison essays for the poetry portion of AQA GCSE English Literature (Paper 2, Section B). Designed specifically for students working with the Power and Conflict anthology. Includes tables for students to complete, model paragraphs, and a glossary of connective terms to help improve their essay-writing style. Makes reference to Assessment Objectives, and outlines how to ‘sandwich’ together PEA chains to compare points about the poems.
Guide to Narrative Voice and Structure
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Guide to Narrative Voice and Structure

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A handout explaining the key elements of narrative voice and structure in novels, using examples from common A-Level texts (including The Bloody Chamber, The Great Gatsby, and Pride and Prejudice). Designed for A-Level/KS5
Macbeth Act Four Workbook (GCSE)
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Macbeth Act Four Workbook (GCSE)

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A workbook for Act Four of Macbeth. Designed for GCSE/KS4. The workbook breaks down Act Four scene by scene, with space for students to write a summary of the scene, followed by a series of questions and activities, including soliloquies for analysis, and extension tasks encouraging students to research aspects of context. Ideal for homework tasks or for revision activities.
Shakespeare and Renaissance Theatre
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Shakespeare and Renaissance Theatre

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A handout designed to introduce students to key contextual elements of Shakespearian Theatre, including stagecraft, the layout of the globe, and Shakespeare’s own life and works.
Macbeth Act Five Workbook (GCSE)
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Macbeth Act Five Workbook (GCSE)

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A workbook for Act Five of Macbeth. Designed for GCSE/KS4. The workbook breaks down Act Five scene by scene, with space for students to write a summary of the scene, followed by a series of questions and activities, including soliloquies for analysis, and extension tasks encouraging students to research aspects of context. Ideal for homework tasks or for revision activities.
Macbeth Act Three Workbook (GCSE)
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Macbeth Act Three Workbook (GCSE)

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A workbook for Act Three of Macbeth. Designed for GCSE/KS4. The workbook breaks down Act Three scene by scene, with space for students to write a summary of the scene, followed by a series of questions and activities, including soliloquies for analysis, and extension tasks encouraging students to research aspects of context. Ideal for homework tasks or for revision activities.
Sign of the Four: SLICED, Powerpoint
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Sign of the Four: SLICED, Powerpoint

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A fully-animated powerpoint presentation breaking down key quotations from The Sign of the Four using the “SLICED” method (structure, language, ideas, context, effect on the reader). Designed to help students understand how to analyse quotations from a number of different angles. 41 slides in total, with 5 fully animated examples. Designed to be flexible - can be used as a question and answer style classroom activity, or be totally guided. Each example ends with a key question for students to think about. The quotations are taken from throughout the novel.