A-Level History Essay Plans (TUDOR HISTORY)
A-Level essay plans relating to Tudor History. AQA exam board. These plans have been created by an A* student and have been reviewed by teachers. Ideal for A-Level exam preparation.
A Level A* Cold War Essay Plan/ Reading Notes
Reading notes/ essay preparation work for A-Level Cold War History content. Relevant for all exam boards. Work relates to the following pieces of historical scholarship: O.A. Westad “The Cold War and the International History of the twentieth Century” *Cambridge History of the Cold War * David Engerman “Ideology and the Origins of the Cold War” *Cambridge History of the Cold War * Charles Maier “The World Economy and the Cold War in the Twentieth Century” *Cambridge History of the Cold War *
A-Level Politics Feminism Essay Plans
This multi-paged study resource provides detailed essay plans for the following 24 Mark Questions: To what extent do feminists agree on understandings around human nature? To what extent do feminists agree over the role of the state? To what extent do feminists agree on their understandings of society? To what extent do feminists agree on understandings around the economy? Quality assured for any buyer. These plans can be annotated, edited and/or highlighted in order to perfect exam performance.
Cassio Character Profile (A* Level)
This well-researched item is a character profile of Shakespeare’s depiction of Michael Cassio (a character in the play Othello). This study material includes: A Brief Overview of Cassio’s development as a character Key Quotes relating to Cassio Critical interpretations relating to Cassio’s presentation Critics discussed include EAJ Honigmann, Dr Samuel Johnson, Theodore Spencer etc This resource is ideal for exam preparation and/or revision.
Desdemona Character Profile (A* Level)
This well-researched item is a character profile on Shakespeare’s Desdemona (a character in the play Othello). Item includes: A brief overview of Desdemona Quotes relating to Desdemona Critical interpretations associated with Desdemona BONUS MATERIAL: There is also an exemplar paragraph on the second page outlining Desdemona’s presentation throughout the play Ideal for students and teachers alike for exam/ assessment preparation
A* A-Level Feminism Essay/ Essay Plan
This document includes an exemplar essay and essay plan revolving around the following question: “To what extent has feminism changed over time?” The question relates best with the Pearson Edexcel Specification though the substance/ knowledge of the document can be applied with any exam board. This is a well-researched and highly-detailed essay/ essay plan.
Handmaid's Tale and Frankenstein A* Essay Plans
Essay plans on questions relating to The Handmaid’s Tale and Frankenstein. These plans have been produced by an A* student and have been reviewed by teachers. QUALITY ASSURED and sold at a discounted price. These plans can be used by teachers and students alike to guide revision and assessment preparation.
A* A-Level Cold War Reading Notes/ Essay Preparation [KOREAN WAR]
Reading/ essay planning notes on the Korean War and Cold War. This resource relates to the following pieces of historical scholarship: “The Korean War” by William Stueck in Cambridge History of the Cold War “The Course of the War” (Chapter) by Bruce Cumings in The Korean War: A History
A* A-Level History Cold War Reading Notes/ Essay Preparation Notes [ASIA AND EARLY COLD WAR]
This resource contains essay planning and reading notes for the following topic of Cold War history: ASIA DURING THE EARLY COLD WAR PERIOD The resource draws on the following pieces of historical scholarship: “Japan, the United States, and the Cold War 1945-60" by Sayuri-Guthrie Shimizu in The Cambridge History of the Cold War “The Birth of the People’s Republic of China and the road to the Korean War” by Niu Jun in The Cambridge History of the Cold War “Making sense of the French War: The Postcolonial Moment and the First Vietnam War, 1945-54" chapter by Mark Philip Bradley in The First Vietnam War: Colonial Conflict and Cold War Crisis NOTE: Towards the end of the resource, there are some informal notes which were written during class discussions. These may be a further guidance to revision though they are badly presented.
A* A Level Cold War Reading Notes/ Essay Preparation [POSTWAR EUROPE]
This resource is reading notes and essay preparation work relating to the broad Cold War theme of postwar Europe; specifically, how Europe was divided after 1945 between Soviet and American zones of influence. The resource relates to the following pieces of historical scholarship: Hans-Peter Schwarz ‘The division of Germany’ in Cambridge International History of the Cold War Vojtech “Stalin’s Quest for Soviet Security” Padraic ‘Continuities in Twentieth Century Polish Society’ “The emergence of an American grand strategy” by Melvyn Leffler, The Cambridge History of the Cold War
A* Othello Revision
Quality Assured with 20% Discounted Price This bundle includes revision material relating to four main characters from Shakespeare’s play Othello The character profiles explore Othello, Iago, Desdemona and Cassio. Each revision resource contains key quotes, critical interpretations and introductory overviews of the characters in question. Some resources include exemplar paragraphs that can be edited, annotated and/or highlighted for the best exam performance. This resource is quality assured having been written by A* students and reviewed by qualified English teachers. Ideal for assessment preparation.
Othello Character Profile (A* Level)
This well-researched character profile relates to Shakespeare’s depiction of the character Othello in the play of the same name. Resource includes: A Brief Overview of Othello Quotes relating to Othello’s presentation Critical interpretations associated with Othello BONUS Content: Document also includes an exemplar paragraph that can be used to guide independent learning
Iago Character Profile (A* Level)
This is a well-researched character profile on Shakespeare’s Iago (a character in the play Othello). This item includes: A Brief Overview of Iago Key Quotes relating to Iago’s depiction Critical interpretations associated with the character of Iago Ideal for exam preparation and revision notes
A-Level English Literature A* Essay Plans (OTHELLO)
A-Level English Literature Essay Plans for Shakespeare’s play Othello These essay plans have been produced by an A* student and have been reviewed by teachers. This resource can be used as an ideal preparation for assessments. Ideal for GCSE and A-Level preparation alike.
Othello and Iago Exemplar Essay
This is an exemplar essay regarding the relationship between the characters Iago and Othello. The essay is intended as a short overview of both characters and may be edited, highlighted or integrated into another essay. Ideal for exam preparation. Quality assured resource for teachers and students alike.
Othello Exemplar A* Exemplar Essay
This essay has been written by an A* A-Level English Literature student. The essay analyses sociologist Emile Durkheim’s theories around human suicide. The essay assesses Durkheim’s theory with reference to how Othello (as a character) ought to be viewed as a suicide victim. What explains Othello’s suicide by Act 5? The essay is relevant to both Sociology and English Literature students. The essay may be edited, highlighted and built upon to maximize exam performance.
World War One Reading Notes
This multi-paged resource offers summary notes on the following key works pertaining to the outbreak of World War One: A Reluctant Military Leader? Helmuth von Moltke and the July Crisis of 1914 by Annika Mombauer (1999) An Identity of Opinion: Historians and July 1914 by Samuel R Williamson Jr and Ernest R May Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914 by Christopher Clarke Armaments and the Coming of War by David Stevenson This resource can be used by GCSE and/or A-Level students who are interested in studying the origins and development of the First World War. This resource may be edited, annotated and highlighted to maximize any exam preparation.
A* Frankenstein Revision Resource
Quality Assured eighteen page resource totaling five thousand words of notes This resource covers all the information needed to fully analyze and approach Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein This resource includes: Overview of the novel’s key themes Key quotes and quote analysis Analysis of novel motifs and metaphors Notes on novel settings Notes on novel language Overview of key characters (including Victor, Henry Clerval and the Monster) Analysis of the role of women in the novel Overview of the context behind the novel including Shelley’s personal motivations for writing Analysis of the novel’s genre This resource has been shared widely across schools and other online platforms already. It is a highly in-demand resource which has been used by teachers and students alike. Reviews of this resource have been positive. Ideal for revision and assessment preparation. Notes can be broken down into smaller flashcards, highlighted, annotated, edited and/or re-written to maximize exam performance. These notes can also be used in the classroom to guide learning at teacher discretion. Approximately 5,0 0 0 words spread over 1 8 pages