OCR GCSE English Literature Student Book by Stephen E. Lucas, Mark Pedroz, Brian C. Penman, Helen Rees-Bidder
  

OCR GCSE English Literature Student Book

Written by Stephen E. Lucas, Mark Pedroz, Brian C. Penman, Helen Rees-Bidder
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OCR GCSE English Literature Student Book by Stephen E. Lucas, Mark Pedroz, Brian C. Penman, Helen Rees-Bidder

This Literature Student Book develops the key skills that students will be assessed on in the OCR GCSE English Literature qualification. Structured around the exam Components, the book offers comprehensive support for tackling modern prose and drama texts, 19th Century fiction, Shakepeare and poetry. Through the focus on the Assessment Objectives and skills, students will be equipped with strategies for analysing both their set texts and unseen texts. A range of activities throughout the book will provide opportunities to put these skills into practise with an emphasis on how to write about texts. Clear outcomes from the activities will build up into a useful set of notes that students can use for revision ensuiring that they are fully prepared for the exam. The book includes example texts, activities, stretch and support features as well as tips and key terms, and helps students of all abilities develop their literature response skills.

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Format

Paperback
176 pages

Author

Stephen E. Lucas, Mark Pedroz, Brian C. Penman, Helen Rees-Bidder
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

2nd June 2016

ISBN

9780198374336


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