AQA GCSE English Literature Set Text Teacher Guide: The Sign of Four by Sue Bennett, Dave Stockwin
  

AQA GCSE English Literature Set Text Teacher Guide: The Sign of Four

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AQA GCSE English Literature Set Text Teacher Guide: The Sign of Four by Sue Bennett, Dave Stockwin

Confidently teach The Sign of Four using classroom-ready, manageable schemes of work that ensure you cover the full text in 10-12 weeks.This Set Text Teacher Guide:- Enables you to navigate efficiently through The Sign of Four, improving your students' textual understanding and analytical skills week by week- Reduces your planning time by providing explanatory teaching notes and photocopiable student worksheets that are closely aligned to the Assessment Objectives- Caters for students of varying abilities with extra support for the less able and suitably challenging activities to stretch high achievers- Helps you map student progress across the course through a mix of short activities and more formal assessments- Includes a dedicated section on exam preparation with practice questions, student-friendly mark schemes and advice on writing high-level answers in timed conditions

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Paperback
96 pages

Author

Sue Bennett, Dave Stockwin
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

27th November 2015

ISBN

9781471868207


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