AS/A level English Literature
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NATE Conference 2017
Close textual analysis This resource explains what close textual analysis means and then allows learners to develop this skill through a variety of different interactive approaches.
The rubrics for the papers have been amended slightly in order to clarify which assessment objectives are being examined for each section and to give clearer guidance for candidates.
NEA support materials are now available within the Related Documents area.
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- AS English Literature Teacher Handbook
- A level English Literature Teacher Handbook
- AS Exemplar Material
- Video: NATE Conference 2017
- Video: NATE Conference 2015
- Online Exam Review
- AS Assessment Grids
- A level Assessment Grids
- Digital Educational Resources
- Text Tools Resource
- Analysing Unseen Prose
- Analysing Unseen Poetry
- Effective writing
- Approaches to different interpretations
- Close textual analysis
All Course Materials
We offer a range of materials to support the teaching and learning of this qualification.
A level English Literature update
Changes to our A level English Literature specification Component 1 poetry requirements - for first ...
WJEC Eduqas to sponsor the 2017 NATE Conference
23 -24 June | Nottingham
We are pleased to be sponsoring the National Association for the Teaching ...
English Examiners: There's no better time – just go for it
Cara Salway, one of our examiners for GCSE English describes her experience of examining with us, and ...