WJEC/CBAC GCSE English/English Literature Coursework Guide by Roger Lane, Ken Elliott
  

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WJEC/CBAC GCSE English/English Literature Coursework Guide by Roger Lane, Ken Elliott

With adaptable ideas and lots of photocopiable resources, this Coursework Guide is an ideal companion for the WJEC English and English Literature specifications. It includes guidance on setting tasks to fit assessment criteria, teaching notes, and lots of good advice. Photocopiable pages to use with students in developing their skills and knowledge, and texts that may be photocopied for classroom use, are also included. There are sample assignments from a range of students with examiner's comments. Suitable for both the Welsh and English versions, this is an ideal resource for anyone teaching the WJEC specifications.

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Spiral bound
208 pages

Author

Roger Lane, Ken Elliott
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

14th November 2002

ISBN

9780198318873


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