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Alan

Homeschooling for English in a Pandemic - Some Suggestions

Scrolling through Facebook, I see the same types of posts and memes time and time again about the difficulties faced by parents and carers in engaging their children with their school...
Simone

Gothic Literature Scheme of Work

According to Dweck (2000), there are two types of views on ability and intelligence which are held by children: the entity view and the incremental view. The entity perspective vie...
Ashleigh

Great Expectations Essay Plan

Read the following extract from Chapter 5 of Great Expectations and then answer the question that follows.At this point in the novel, Joe and Pip have just accompanied the soldiers as...
Tim

How to score top marks in your Paper 1 Commentary (IB English A Language and Literature)

The Paper 1 Commentary requires a unique set of essay writing skills, particularly given the tight time constraints. Read Tim`s top tips to ensure that you are adhering to the strict ...
Rachel

Critical Thinking Practice

Critical Thinking is important in almost all subjects. But what is it? One way into understanding critical thinking is to consider how we read a newspaper article, whether we trust ...
Urvashi

What are fronted adverbials?

Fronted adverbialsAdverbials are used like adverbs. They are words or phrases that add more information to a verb, and explain how, when or where something happened.Fronted adverbials...
Vickie

The presentation of science in Stevenson`s `Jekyll and Hyde`

ExtractRight in the middle there lay the body of a man sorely contorted and still twitching. They drew near on tiptoe, turned it on its back and beheld the face of Edward Hyde. He ...
Olga

What books should you read for 11+

Reading is essential to make your child succeed at an English exam.But how to get your child to read? Children do nor always read what you want them to read. They prefer browsing the ...
Deborah

In his Poetics, Aristotle suggests that tragedy purifies through the operation of pity and fear. Discuss how pity and fear are manifested in the versions of the Antigone story by Sophocles and Anouilh

In Sophocles Antigone, the audience s identification with Creon is heightened two fold, by demonstrating that he has free will, my opinion has come round to this, 2 and by ...
Victoria

The different types of Nouns!

A noun is the name of a person, place or thing!There are five types of noun!Firstly we have: Proper NounsSecondly we have: Common NounsThirdly we have: Abstract NounsFourthly we have:...
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