How to Write Essays for GCSE English Literature Classroom Set by Neil Bowen
  

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How to Write Essays for GCSE English Literature Classroom Set by Neil Bowen

Classroom Sets consisting of 10 copies of ISBN 9781909618206 at a reduced price Essay writing is a skill that can be learned and practised. In this ground-breaking book, Neil Bowen dissects the exam requirements for good literature essay writing by examining the criteria for different grade boundaries and then matching these against examples from students' essays.

About the Author

Neil Bowen has been teaching English for about 15 years, working in both the state and independent sectors. Currently he is Head of English at Wells Cathedral School in sunny Somerset. He has written many articles on English Literature and a number of popular teaching resources for 'A' level. Recently he has started a Masters Degree in Literature and Teaching at Cambridge University.

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Multiple copy pack
Contains 10 copies of Paperback

Author

Neil Bowen
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Publication date

20th September 2013

ISBN

9781910038130


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