Mocks Assessment class XI 2012-13
Posted by Words Infinitum- A Teacher's Haven on May 18, 2013 in For Teachers:The Art of Assisting Discovery, GCE O Level Literature in English, Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, Poetry Anthology for the year 2012-13, Wuthering Heights
Tags: Literature Exam. Question Paper O level 2010
Maria van der Straaten
July 11, 2013 at 2:20 pm
Hi. I was searching for some examples of how to write a ‘good’ Literature essay and came across your marvellous blog! Thank you for sharing. Now I can inspire my students in Singapore further!
September 5, 2014 at 9:23 pm
Good day Lady, I am a teacher of literature in English, Cameroon. I am just entering the profession though, but i must admit that i really find it difficult judging the way students should answer questions at the ‘O’ Level! Very often, i’m forced to follow the ‘A’ level approach to answering questions which often involves the analysis of texts using what my teacher used to call “pillars of literature”; characterization, setting, themes, style, and what have you…
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