AS/A level English Literature
A dynamic, integrated approach to linear assessment, sharing skills across the components.
Opportunities to develop candidates' independent reading and study.
Each component is clearly organised with different papers for poetry, for drama, for unseen texts and for prose.
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Inside English Blog
The Inside English Blog will give subject-specific information as well as sharing teaching ideas, details of resources and ways to use them, and reflections from members of our English team.
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.
- AS English Literature Teacher Handbook
- A level English Literature Teacher Handbook
- Inside English Blog
- AS Exemplar Material
- Online Exam Review
- NATE 2017 – Maggie Gee
- NATE 2016 – Tessa Hadley
- NATE 2015 – Jonathan Edwards and Paul Henry
- NATE 2014 – Owen Sheers and Dannie Abse
- 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
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