GCSE (9-1) English Literature
Co-teachability across GCSE English Language and GCSE English Literature with supporting co-teachability resource.
Our 'exploding extract' ("source-based") questions allow for a variety of teaching approaches that enable teachers to differentiate and allow students to approach the task in the way that suits them best.
Question stems are straightforward and indicate the assessment objectives being assessed in each question.
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Key Dates 2017-18
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Our GCSE (9-1) English Literature specification has been accredited by Ofqual. The specification is available to teach in schools and colleges in England from September 2015.
The sample assessment materials include exemplar question papers and mark schemes.
Here is a list of materials endorsed by WJEC to support the teaching and learning of this qualification.
- OUP Student Book
- OUP Teacher Companion
- Hodder Student Book
- Hodder Teacher Book
- Hodder English Literature Teaching & Learning Resources
- Hodder English Literature Whiteboard eTextbook
- Hodder English Literature Student eTextbook
Here is a list of non-endorsed materials which you may also find beneficial.
- Hodder English Literature Teacher Guide: An Inspector Calls
- Hodder English Literature Teacher Guide: A Christmas Carol
- Hodder English Literature Teacher Guide: Blood Brothers
- Hodder English Literature Teacher Guide: The Woman in Black
- Hodder English Literature Teacher Guide: Macbeth
- Hodder English Literature Teacher Guide: Romeo and Juliet
- Hodder English Literature Teacher Guide: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
- Hodder English Literature Teacher Guide: Lord of the Flies
- Co-teachability support
- GCSE English Literature Teacher Handbook
- Component 1 Section A: The Shakespeare Essay Question
- Component 1 Section A: The Shakespeare Extract Question
- Component 1 Section B: The Poetry Anthology
- Component 2 Section A: Post 1914 Prose Drama
- Component 2 Section B: 19th Century Prose
- Component 2 Section C: Unseen Poetry
- Online Exam Review
- Teacher ShareSpace
- NATE 2017 – Maggie Gee
- NATE 2016 – Tessa Hadley
- NATE 2015 – Jonathan Edwards and Paul Henry
- NATE 2014 – Owen Sheers and Dannie Abse
- Digital Resource: Romantic Poetry
- Order Poetry Anthology
- Approaching the closed book exams
- Text Tools Resource
- Nate 2015: Paul Henry and Jonathan Edwards
- Nate 2016: Tessa Hadley and Cynon Jones
- Exemplar Materials
- Eduqas Poetry Anthology Resources
- Approaches to the Shakespeare extract question
- Approaches to teaching unseen poetry
- Ways into Shakespeare
- Additional Digital Resources
- Using contexts effectively in response to poetry
All Course Materials
We offer a range of materials to support the teaching and learning of this qualification.
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