GCSE English Literature Teacher's Resource File for AQA A by Peter Thomas, Dave Draper, Chris Sutcliffe


GCSE English Literature Teacher's Resource File for AQA A by Peter Thomas, Dave Draper, Chris Sutcliffe

Offering practical ideas for teaching the texts in the Anthology that are set for GCSE English Literature for AQA/A, this text covers all aspects of the specification, with clear reference to the assessment objectives so that students can understand what they're trying to achieve. It includes a range of photocopiable activities, resource sheets and sample questions for each short story and poet cluster.

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160 pages


Peter Thomas, Dave Draper, Chris Sutcliffe
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Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education, Oxford

Publication date

16th September 2002



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