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Key Stage Four resources for GCSE English Literature; Target grades 4 - 9
Animal Farm Revision - GCSE Eng. Lit.
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Animal Farm Revision - GCSE Eng. Lit.

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Animal Farm GCSE English Literature Paper 2 Modern Text. Year 10 & / or Year 11. The booklet is designed for students with a GCSE target grade of 5 or above who are studying the AQA course (8702). The learning objective is for students to record accurate and relevant notes, in order to create an accessible revision resource. The booklet can be used by students whilst they are reading the novel or to summarise their notes as part of their revision process. The booklet allows students to record: the text’s plot (as a storyboard with captions) two key quotes per chapter (the quotes can also be labelled with the writer’s methods) the key theme(s) for each chapter create a title for each chapter track the novel’s tension in the form of a tension graph (also this can be labelled with structural features) acrostic-style notes to summarise the presentation of the key characters & how the audience would respond important context comments.
An Inspector Calls - GCSE Eng. Lit.
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An Inspector Calls - GCSE Eng. Lit.

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GCSE English Literature Paper 2 Modern Text. Year 10 & / or Year 11. The booklet is designed for students with a GCSE target grade of 5 who are studying the AQA course (8702). The learning objective is for students to record accurate and relevant notes, in order to create an accessible revision resource. This resource is designed to be used in tandem with the Penguin Modern Classics edition of the play. The resource divides the play into ten different sections, with page references relevant to the Penguin edition. The booklet can be adapted for different editions of the play. The booklet can be used by students whilst they are reading the play or to summarise their notes as part of their revision process. The booklet allows students to record: the text’s plot (as a storyboard with captions) two key quotes per section (the quotes can also be labelled with the writer’s methods) the key theme(s) for each section create a title for each section track the play’s tension in the form of a tension graph (also this can be labelled with structural features) acrostic-style notes to summarise the presentation of the key characters & how the audience would respond important context comments.
AQA Power & Conflict Poetry - GCSE Eng. Lit.
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AQA Power & Conflict Poetry - GCSE Eng. Lit.

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GCSE English Literature Paper 2 Poetry Anthology (the Power & Conflict cluster). Year 10 & / or Year 11. The booklet is designed for students with GCSE target grades of 3 to 9 or above who are studying the AQA course (8702). The learning objective is for students to record accurate and relevant notes, in order to create an accessible revision resource. The booklet can be used by students whilst they are reading the poems from this cluster or to summarise their notes as part of their revision process. The booklet allows students to record: each poem’s narrative (section-by-section or for each stanza); the differentiated material presents these notes as a cloze exercise. two key quotes per poem, with an accompanying image (the quotes can also be labelled with the writer’s methods); the differentiated material has key quotes already selected. the key theme(s) for each poem; the differentiated material presents these notes as a cloze exercise. important context comments; these ideas are recorded in an acrostic-style & can cover comments that relate to either the poet, the historical context or the reader’s response. The differentiated material presents these notes as a cloze exercise.
The Sign of Four - GCSE Eng. Lit.
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The Sign of Four - GCSE Eng. Lit.

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GCSE English Literature Paper 1 19th Century Novel. Year 10 & / or Year 11. The booklet is designed for students with a GCSE target grade of 5 or above who are studying the AQA course (8702). The learning objective is for students to record accurate and relevant notes, in order to create an accessible revision resource. The booklet can be used by students whilst they are reading the novel or to summarise their notes as part of their revision process. The booklet allows students to record: the text’s plot (as a storyboard with captions) two key quotes per chapter (the quotes can also be labelled with the writer’s methods) the key theme(s) for each chapter track the novel’s tension in the form of a tension graph (also this can be labelled with structural features) acrostic-style notes to summarise the presentation of the key characters & how the audience would respond important context comments.
Romeo & Juliet - GCSE Eng. Lit.
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Romeo & Juliet - GCSE Eng. Lit.

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GCSE English Literature Paper 1 Shakespeare. Year 10 & / or Year 11. The booklet is designed for students with a GCSE target grade of 5 or above who are studying the AQA course (8702). The learning objective is for students to record accurate and relevant notes, in order to create an accessible revision resource. The booklet can be used by students whilst they are reading the play or to summarise their notes as part of their revision process. The booklet allows students to record: the play’s plot, scene-by-scene (as a storyboard with captions) two key quotes per scene (the quotes can also be labelled with the writer’s methods) the key theme(s) for each scene create a title for each scene track the play’s tension, scene-by-scene in the form of a tension graph (also this can be labelled with structural features) acrostic-style notes to summarise the presentation of the key characters & how the audience would respond important context comments.
Jekyll & Hyde Revision - GCSE Eng. Lit.
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Jekyll & Hyde Revision - GCSE Eng. Lit.

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GCSE English Literature Paper 1 19th Century Novel. Year 10 & / or Year 11. The booklet is designed for students with a GCSE target grade of 5 or above who are studying the AQA course (8702). The learning objective is for students to record accurate and relevant notes, in order to create an accessible revision resource. The booklet can be used by students whilst they are reading the novel or to summarise their notes as part of their revision process. The booklet allows students to record: the text’s plot (as a storyboard with captions) two key quotes per chapter (the quotes can also be labelled with the writer’s methods) the key theme(s) for each chapter track the novel’s tension in the form of a tension graph (also this can be labelled with structural features) notes to summarise the presentation of the key characters & how the audience would respond important context comments, including notes of class & the Victorian Gentleman & links to Gothic Literature