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Edexcel English Language Unseen Fiction Reading | Place and Time Part 2 »

Paul Dodd | Sunday December 13, 2015

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  • Edexcel English Language Unseen Fiction Reading | Place and Time Part 1

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This extract is from Anne Brontë’s Agnes Grey

This extract describes Anne’s daily routine as a governess.

I rose next morning with a feeling of hopeful exhilaration, in spite of the disappointments already experienced; but I found the dressing of Mary Ann was no light matter, as her...

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Richard Gent
Tuesday October 03, 2017

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Edusites Teacher Guides to GCSE English Language and Literature

Edusites Teacher Guide to Revision of GCSE English Language and Literature

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Edexcel GCSE English Literature Component 1: Shakespeare and Post-1914 Literature Assessment Pack »

Paul Dodd
Tuesday December 08, 2015

Welcome to Edusites English Edexcel GCSE English Literature Component 1: Shakespeare and Post-1914 Literature Assessment Pack. Click on the links below to access a sample paper, marking guidelines and indicative content.

These packs have been developed by experienced English assessors with extensive awarding body experience and by people who were very closely involved in the development of these new specifications within the awarding bodies, with Ofqual and the Department of Education. They have been thoroughly...

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