Higher English for CfE Critical Reading by Carolyn Cunningham
  

Synopsis

Higher English for CfE Critical Reading by Carolyn Cunningham

A comprehensive working guide to the Critical Reading section of Higher English for CfE - worth 40% of available marks in the exam. Critical Reading (made up of two sections: Scottish Text and Critical Essay) is a very significant element of the new Higher English qualification. This book provides you with the support and advice you will need to succeed in this vital area, with a top expert guiding you through the course and suggesting approaches to the exam, so that you achieve the best grades you can. By focusing on specific examples of Scottish texts, this book enables you to increase your knowledge and approach any text with greater skill. - Become more secure in your knowledge of texts - Develop your analysis and essay writing skills through studying specific examples of texts, with exam-style questions - Includes revision tips to help you approach the exam with confidence and succeed on the day

About the Author

Carolyn Cunningham teaches English at St Thomas of Aquin's High School, Edinburgh, and is a highly experienced teacher and examiner, as well as co-author of National 5 and Higher English: Scottish Short Texts

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
136 pages

Author

Carolyn Cunningham
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Publisher

Hodder Gibson an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

30th January 2015

ISBN

9781471838002


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