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Mock exams IGCSE Literature

Let´s start thinking about coping with the exam… IGCSE Literature from Pato_Ch IGCSE Literature from Pato_Ch IGCSE Literature from Pato_Ch Prose Question In a nutshell: Do you know the plot of the whole text? Can  you use quotes to prove … Continue reading

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Essay Writing Tips for Poetry

INTRODUCTION (1 paragraph) Use key words from the essay title in a brief description of what the poem is about. Comment briefly on the themes, issues, thoughts and feelings the poem explores.  Identify the narrator, the tone and viewpoint of the poem. STRUCTURE (1 or 2 paragraph) Divide the poem into sections and … Continue reading

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Using quotations

Introducing quotations from Pato_Ch

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Unseen Paper

0486 s10 qp_31 (1) from Pato_Ch

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IGCSE Literature sample paper 1

paper 1 set text

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Journey’s End: Exam Preparation

Journey’S End Exam Prep  Sample questions from past exams Journey’s End Summary about themes, tone, and characters. Questions to help you analyse the play. Discuss: 1. Relationships between officers and men. 2. The effects of stress. 3. The idea of heroism … Continue reading

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The Great Gatsby: review for the exam

Gatsbyreview View more PowerPoint from Pato_Ch Great gatsby discussion questions View more presentations from Pato_Ch. Gatsbysymbols View more PowerPoint from Pato_Ch

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