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Sample paper : O Level Literature in English 2010/12

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AS Level Paper 3: Poetry

Poems on Relationships I Follower by Seamus Heaney Elegy for My father’s Father by James K.Baxter Praise Song for My Mother Language and Form Questions 1.How is the title significant to the theme of a parent-child  in each of these … Continue reading

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How to Write An Essay on Setting of a Text

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USE OF SETTING ESSAYS: Many students seem to see use of setting essays as an excuse to write as much as they can about the plot of the novel, whilst opening each paragraph with…

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Reading Assignment: Wuthering Heights

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Learning from the Teaching Fraternity…An Inspiration Put to Work

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The Wednesday 2nd February 9pm GMT #eltchat was fast and furious. Here is a summary of the main points: Why teach pronunciation? ‘If you’re not teaching pronunciation, you’re not teaching English’ It can help with…

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How to Read Short Stories from your Exam Anthology

Checklist: Elements of Literary Style   1. Sentence Structure  Are the sentences long or short?  Why do they change?Do they contain many subordinate clauses, or are they often fragments? Are there any digressions or interruptions? Is the word-order straightforward or … Continue reading

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Examination Techniques II : Comparing Two Poetry Texts

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