GCSE English Lit for CCEA by John Andrews, Pauline Wylie, Len Quigg, Ginnie Aitken
  

Synopsis

GCSE English Lit for CCEA by John Andrews, Pauline Wylie, Len Quigg, Ginnie Aitken

Tailored specifically for the needs of the current CCEA GCSE English Literature specification, this book provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of the examination. The book outlines the Assessment Objectives and their role, offering the student a clear view of the key elements upon which they ought to focus. There is coverage of effective essay writing techniques and exam tips. The last section deals with specific areas of drama, prose and the poetry anthologies and looks at techniques to unpack the questions. Examples from past papers are included with commentaries on strengths and weaknesses of the model answers. This dual approach of presenting classroom activities and exam revision techniques makes this an essential tool for students preparing or the English Literature GCSE for CCEA.

About the Author

John Andrews is Head of English at Ballycastle High School and Chair of Examiners for CCEA GCSE English and Journalism. Pauline Wylie is Head of English at Bangor Academy and Sixth Form College and current Chief Examiner for CCEA GCSE English. Len Quigg is Principal of Coleraine Academical Institution and ex-Assistant Chief Examiner for CCEA GCSE English. Ginnie Aitken is Chief Examiner CCEA GCSE English Literature and will work with the team in a consultative role.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

John Andrews, Pauline Wylie, Len Quigg, Ginnie Aitken
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Publisher

Hodder Murray an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

27th April 2007

ISBN

9780340929353


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