English Literature Teacher Guide: Exploring the AQA Anthology English Literature by Sarah Darragh, Phil Darragh, Mary Green, Mike Gould
  

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English Literature Teacher Guide: Exploring the AQA Anthology English Literature by Sarah Darragh, Phil Darragh, Mary Green, Mike Gould

Written by senior examiners and teachers, the series offers step-by-step support through the new content and assessment for the new English Language, English Literature and English specifications With fully differentiated resources designed to raise attainment, you can be confident that ALL your students will achieve their best possible grades. The GCSE English Literature Teacher Guide provides step-by-step support for teaching AQA's NEW anthologies, Moon on the Tides and Sunlight on the Grass. It is ideal for teachers of all levels, from NQTs to more experienced professionals. Designed to help you get to know the new anthologies, the pack provides detailed teacher notes on each poem and short story, as well as resources to help you engage your classes and prepare them for exam and assessment success. The Literature Teacher Guide offers *differentiated lesson plans, worksheets and revision notes on all the short stories and poetry clusters in the AQA anthologies *a clear match to the specification with graded learning objectives, and relevant Assessment Objective skills highlighted *a focus on helping your students reach the key grades of C and A/A*, with sample answers at key grades and advice on how to improve them *extensive guidance and practice for the new Unseen Poetry exam, at both Foundation and Higher tier levels *revision notes and marking checklists to help you and your students get to grips with the new poems, and build skills for exam and controlled assessment success.

About the Author

Keith Brindle is a Senior Examiner with a leading Awarding Body, a former Head of English and the author of numerous books, many of which focus on revision and honing exam technique. He offers in-school support: Sessions for Teachers and Sessions for Students. Mike Gould is an independent consultant to the Secondary National Strategies, and has worked closely on English and Functional Skills developments. He is a former Head of English and has written widely for children and teachers.

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Format

Spiral bound
256 pages

Author

Sarah Darragh, Phil Darragh, Mary Green, Mike Gould
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Publisher

Collins Educational an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

11th June 2010

ISBN

9780007342150


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