Globe Education Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet for WJEC Eduqas GCSE English Literature by Globe Education

Globe Education Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet for WJEC Eduqas GCSE English Literature

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Globe Education Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet for WJEC Eduqas GCSE English Literature by Globe Education

Exam Board: WJECLevel: GCSESubject: EnglishFirst Teaching: September 2015First Exam: June 2017Direct your students to achieve stand-out success in their Shakespeare questions with the only WJEC Eduqas-specific GCSE play texts; produced in partnership with Globe Education and packed with grade-boosting exam-focused activities and insider insights.This book:- Provides opportunities for students to learn, practise and reinforce the skills they need to fulfil their potential through numerous 'Exam Skills' sections matched to WJEC Eduqas' requirements- Progressively builds students' confidence with 'Exam Preparation' sections that show how to meet the WJEC Eduqas Assessment Objectives when answering exam-style questions- Helps students understand characterisation, themes and language with stimulating approaches to studying Shakespeare, devised by Globe Education- Guides you efficiently through every scene with clear explanations of the historical context to develop students' knowledge of Shakespeare's era- Anchors students in the text as a play, using vibrant photographs of Globe productions, directors' notes and actors' viewpoints to increase students' interest, enjoyment and understanding

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152 pages


Globe Education
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Publication date

29th May 2015



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