A revision sheet answering the question: Examine how “Exposure” by Wilfred Owen and “Remains” by Simon Armitage portray the reality and effects of conflict. Contains detailed language analysis as well as contextual references, structure and form. The key themes of both poems are also explored in easy-to-read bullet points which link together. Specifically written for the AQA GCSE English Lit Paper 2 Power and Conflict poetry anthology.
A model answer (top bands) for the question: “Q) Starting with this extract, write about how Stevenson presents Dr Jekyll in The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”. Designed specifically for the AQA GCSE English lit spec.
A model essay (that would be well into the highest band) that answers the question: “Starting with this speech, explore how Shakespeare presents how characters change in the play”. Can be used for students to compare their answers to or in class as an analysis task (e.g picking out the technique, word analysis, context, etc.). Specifically designed for the AQA GCSE English specification but can be used on any exam board that uses this Shakespearean text.
This set of notes is designed specifically for the OCR B A/AS Level Geography course. It contains key facts about global governance in an area of conflict (Afghanistan), organisations working in the country (e.g. NATO and Afghan Aid) and their success/failures in protecting and promoting human rights. 6 pages.
This 5 page document details everything AS/A Level OCR B geography students would need to know about the water and carbon cycles in the Arctic tundra. Includes case study info and facts, physical and human factors impacting both cycles, management strategies and oil and gas drilling in Alaska.
6 pages of notes outlining and explaining the short and long term effects of global governance strategies on Honduras’s human rights record. Includes essential case study knowledge, detailed notes and organisations that work in the country (e.g. USAID). Designed specifically for OCR B students.
A useful bullet point list of developed paragraphs that answer the question: How do the narrators in “Checking Out Me History” by John Agard and in “The Emigree” by Carol Rumens portray the power and their experiences of identity? This includes detailed and higher level language analysis, use of terminology like metaphor and analysis of structure and form. Also addresses the key themes of each poem and the context surrounding them. Designed specifically for the AQA GCSE English Lit 9-1 Power and Conflict poetry cluster.
This handy revision tool has been designed specifically for the AQA English Language and Literature A/AS Level course. It gives a plot summary of the chapter, as well as analysis of quotes, space for students to make links to the rest of the novel, context and other themes and features (including Gothic conventions).
This handy revision grid includes a plot summary, characters, themes, language analysis, context and Afghan vocabulary for chapter 24 of Khaled Hosseini’s the Kite Runner. Designed for AQA AS/A Level English Language and Literature specification.
This recasting (using a section from chapter 20, highlighted for AO2 and AO4) and commentary achieved close to full marks and answers the question: Read P.231 ‘We found the new orphanage…’ to the end of the chapter. Imagine Zaman is writing a journal at the end of the day, describing his thoughts about the visitors that day. Comment on how he feels about the way he was treated by Farid and Amir and his thoughts about the situation he is in as head of the Kabul orphanage. Suitable for the A Level AQA English Language and Literature course, for students studying the Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini.
Designed specifically for those studying the AS/A level OCR B geography course, these 51 handwritten exam questions are a useful revision tool. The questions vary in length, from 3 markers up to 16 markers.
This resource contains 101 mixed-length exam questions, designed specifically for the OCR B AS/A Level geography course. Please note: the exam questions are not numbered.
This 6 page document outlines the dependence created between the US and Mexico due to economic/social/geographical etc factors, as well as the history and current migration trends in the US. This is perfect for AS/A Level students studying the OCR B geography course, as it includes migration policy, challenges and opportunities created by migration and many facts and statistics.
This 5 page document details the causes and impacts of migration in Brazil, as well as its complex history of emigration and immigration. It is full of the statistics needed for the AS/A Level OCR B geography course.
This 6 page document includes all the key terminology and definitions that A Level English Lang and Lit students studying the AQA course need to know. The lsit is disaggregated by language level (phonology, lexis, semantics, grammar, graphology, discourse, pragmatics) and it also includes key ideas like goodwin’s story structure and labov’s narrative framework, as well as Grice’s cooperative principles.
This 30 page document details everything OCR B AS/A Level geography students need to know about the water and carbon cycles (ELSS module). It excludes the 2 case studies (Amazon and Arctic) which can be purchased separately.
A comprehensive profile introducing the character of Van Helsing in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Includes an introduction to the character, analysis and points where they appear in the novel. This will help your A Level English Language and Literature (AQA) students to make links to other points within the novel in their answers, as well as providing some context.
A list of some of the big moments and key points in The Crucible. Can be used as revision or in class. A useful tool to help students summarise and understand a complex play.
This table compares the similarities and differences in the water and carbon cycles between the Amazon rainforest and the Arctic tundra. It is perfect for A Level geog students studying the OCR B course.
This list of key terms is vital for any AS/A Level geography student studying the OCR B course and global migration topic. It includes UN and textbook definitions of words including refugee and diaspora.