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The only textbook for OxfordAQA International GCSE English Literature

Table of Contents

Becoming a literature student
1: The benefits of reading literature
2: Understanding the assessment objectives
3: Practising engagement and analysis
Part 1 Developing your literature skills
Themes, ideas and contexts
1: Introduction to AO1
2: Exploring theme
3: Developing ideas in texts
4: Looking at context
5: More about context
6: Steps to success
7: Writing about texts
8: AO1: what examiners look for
9: Putting it all together
The writer's craft
1: What is characterisation?
2: Analysing characters
3: How writers use plot
4: Understanding form
5: Understanding structure
6: How writers use language
7: Understanding literary techniques
8: Literary techniques and meaning
9: Stage directions
Responding to literary texts
1: Giving an informed, personal response
2: Using specialist terms
3: Writing coherently and accurately
4: Planning and writing a response
5: Organising answers and using evidence
6: Looking at question structure
7: Reviewing AO3
Part 2 Applying your literature skills
Responding to prose and drama
1: Reading and collecting evidence
2: Writing about character
3: Writing about relationships
4: Revising themes and ideas
5: Understanding questions
6: Looking at Shakespeare texts
7: Using references and quotations
8: Linking, comparing and contrasting
9: Writing about structure
Responding to unseen prose
1: Skimming, scanning and planning
2: Reading in detail
3: Exploring word choices
4: Looking at setting
The Poetry Anthology
1: Introduction to 'People and Places'
2: Meaning and context
3: Language: 1
4: Language: 2
5: Creating images: 1
6: Creating images: 2
7: Form and structure
8: Links and connections
9: Writing about the Anthology poems
10: Writing about your own choice of poem
Responding to unseen poetry
1: Introduction to unseen poetry
2: Making meaning
3: Looking at language
4: Form and structure
5: Unseen poetry - planning an answer
6: Unseen poetry - coherent, high-quality writing
7: Preparing for the exam
Part 3 Look how far you've come!
1: Reading and responding
2: Reviewing and practising
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