ENGLISH MADE EASY GCSE

An Overview of the AQA English Literature GCSE Paper 1
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ENGLISH MADE EASY GCSE
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1,566 students
An overview of AQA GCSE ENGLISH Paper 1
TARGET EXAMPLES: Shakespeare (Julius Caesar) and 19th Century Novels (Pride and Prejudice)

Requirements

  • No course prerequisites
  • Basic Knowledge of English Literature
Description

1. Overview: Introducing the AQA English Literature GCSE Paper 1

2. Overview of the Shakespeare Options: In this section, we simply examine the phrasing of the essay titles so that we can simplify our approach to an accurate answer.

3. Example: Julius Caesar: In this section, we take a typical essay question on the play Julius Caesar and examine how it might be answered.

4. Overview of the 19th Century Novel Options: Once again, examine the range of questions.

5. Example: Pride and Prejudice: And once again, we take one typical question and examine how it might be answered.


Who this course is for:
  • Young People & Adults
Course content
3 sections • 5 lectures • 1h 7m total length
  • Introduction
    09:38
  • The Shakespeare Option
    12:23
  • EXAMPLE: Julius Caesar
    22:31
  • Overview of 19th Century Novel essay questions
    07:04
  • EXAMPLE: Pride and Prejudice
    15:54

Instructor
LECTURER
Dr Ken Baker
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Dr Ken is a P/T lecturer at Nazarene Theological College and the University of Manchester.  His PhD (2000) was on Lukan Ecclesiology. His interests are mostly Biblical and mission-oriented, and he has written over thirty books in this general field. He also teaches History and English  -presently online in China- for some years . He has been married to Val for over thirty years and they have had four children and twenty foster children.