Bbc Bitesize Gcse English Coursework

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Frankenstein practise question – importance of family. Conflict poetry graphic organiser – essay Grade 7-9.

Welcome to the English Faculty at New College Leicester The English faculty is one of the college’s largest and most successful departments, enjoying year-on-year improvements.

Last year’s validated results saw 68.2% of students achieve a grade A* – C.

The English Faculty is an exciting and creative area, teaching English Language, English Literature and Media Studies.

Key Stage 3 By the end of Key Stage 3 (Year 8) students will be prepared to achieve the best of their ability when it comes to their GCSEs. Macbeth translation You Tube channel Macbeth themes You Tube channel Journey’s End: Journey’s End graphic organiser – essay Grade 6-7.

Belfast Confetti analysis You Tube channel The Charge of the Light Brigade analysis You Tube channel Unseen Poetry: Unseen poetry graphic organiser – essay Grade 5-6.

How to plan unseen poetry comparison You Tube channel To see the latest events and news from the Faculty of Communications please click here.

Journey’s End practise questions – theme of comradeship. Frankenstein: Frankenstein graphic organiser – extract.

Journey’s End practise questions – relationship between Osborne and Stanhope. Journey’s End context You Tube channel You can buy a Journey’s End revision guide here: Journey’s End: York Notes for GCSE.

It is adaptable to student needs: Doddle keeps them organised and encourages independent learning – and it works on whatever device they prefer to use. English Language Paper 1: English language paper 1 Q3 Language and structure graphic organiser.

Students can obtain past papers and further information on GCSEs from the exam board’s website, as well as the BBC’s GCSE Bitesize site. English language paper 1 Q4 Evaluate graphic organiser.


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