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Key points to remember:
This will be the second question you will answer on Paper 2 of GCSE English Literature. You will be given ONE poem (the named poem) and a question with a thematic focus. You will need to think of one other poem (from your excellent memory) to compare it with.
The following resources will help you revise the anthology:
Use this Step by Step Guide to help you revise the content and summary of all of the poems
Use this to help you both revise and test what you know – the PowerPoint has short activities covering pairs of poems, techniques and key ideas. Keep a pen handy!
Use the English-Literature-Glossary-of-Terms to help you revise key terminology which is a MUST in this exam, even for a Level 2 answer.
Use the L and R knowledge organiser to help you revise the context of each poem.
Use this resource which will guide you through planning an answer. Why not use it and plan an answer from the GCSE English Literature mock paper collection?
You have been given EVERYTHING you could possibly ever want to help you revise and prepare for the exams, which are soon after Easter (Check the countdown timers below). You have the blue Workbook already, and should use that to help you focus on Paper 1 and Paper 2 of the GCSE English Language Exams.
You can download a copy of the GCSE English Literature Mock Paper Collection.
You can download a copy of the GCSE English Language Mock Collection.
If you plan an answer to a question or write an essay, feel free to bring it to your English teacher on return, and you will get feedback on. Planning an answer to a question about any of the English Literature texts can be quite a useful revision task.
For more guidance, click the image below and take a read.