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Edexcel GCSE Eng Lit Component 2: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 1-7 »

Julia Allen | Monday June 01, 2015

Categories: KS4, EDEXCEL GCSE, Edexcel GCSE English Literature 2015, Component 2: 19th Century Novel and Poetry since 1789, Component 2: 19th Century Novel and Poetry since 1789 Schemes, Hot Entries, Prose, Jane Eyre, Writing, Prose Analysis

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  1. Edexcel GCSE Eng Lit Component 2: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 1-7
  2. Edexcel GCSE Eng Lit Component 2: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 8-14
  3. Edexcel GCSE English Literature Component 2: 19th-century Novel & Poetry since 1789 Assessment Pack

Associated Resources

  • Jane and Rochester The First Meeting.docx
  • Love Rivals.docx
  • How the Component is Assessed

    Component 2: 19th-century Novel and Poetry since 1789

    Assessment Overview - 50% of total GCSE.

    • 80 marks
    • 1 hour 45 minutes written paper

    Content Overview - Reading and Responding to:

    • One...
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WJEC Eduqas GCSE Eng Lit Component 2: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 1-7 »

Julia Allen | Wednesday May 13, 2015

Categories: KS4, WJEC Eduqas GCSE, WJEC Eduqas GCSE English Literature 2015, Component 2: Prose, Drama and Unseen Poetry, Component 2: Prose, Drama and Unseen Poetry Schemes, Hot Entries, Prose, Jane Eyre, Writing, Prose Analysis

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  1. WJEC Eduqas GCSE Eng Lit Component 2: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 1 - 7
  2. WJEC Eduqas GCSE Eng Lit Component 2: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 8 - 14
    1. WJEC Eduqas GCSE English Literature Component 2: Prose, Drama and Unseen Poetry Assessment Pack

    Associated Resources

    • Jane and Rochester The First Meeting.docx
    • Love Rivals.docx
    • How it’s assessed

      • 2 hours 30 minute written exam
      • 60% of GCSE

      Exam Questions

      • Section A Post 1914 Prose/Drama (20%). One source based question.
      • Section B 19th Century Prose (20%). One source based question.
      • ...
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OCR GCSE Eng Lit Component 01: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 1 - 7 »

Julia Allen | Monday April 20, 2015

Categories: KS4, OCR GCSE, OCR GCSE English Literature 2015, Component 01: Exploring Modern & Literary Heritage Texts, Component 01: Exploring Modern & Literary Heritage Texts Schemes, Hot Entries, Prose, Jane Eyre, Writing, Prose Analysis

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  1. OCR GCSE Eng Lit Component 01: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 1 - 7
  2. OCR GCSE Eng Lit Component 01: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 8 - 14
  3. OCR GCSE English Literature Component 01: Exploring Modern & Literary Heritage Texts Assessment Pack

Associated Resources

  • Jane and Rochester The First Meeting.docx
  • Love Rivals.docx
  • How the Unit is Assessed

    Exploring modern literary texts (01)

    Assessment Overview - 50% of total GCSE

    • 80 marks
    • 2 hours written paper

    Content Overview - Reading and responding to:

    • one studied modern prose or drama text,...
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AQA GCSE Eng Lit Paper 1: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 1 - 7 »

Julia Allen | Friday March 20, 2015

Categories: KS4, AQA GCSE, AQA GCSE English Literature 2015, Paper 1: Shakespeare and the 19th Century Novel, Paper 1: Shakespeare and the 19th Century Novel Schemes, Hot Entries, Prose, Jane Eyre

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  1. AQA GCSE Eng Lit Paper 1: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 1 - 7
  2. AQA GCSE Eng Lit Paper 1: Jane Eyre Scheme Lessons 8 - 14
  3. AQA GCSE English Literature Paper 1: Shakespeare and the 19th Century Novel Assessment Pack

Associated Resources

  • Jane and Rochester The First Meeting.docx
  • Love Rivals.docx
  • How the unit is assessed:
    • Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes
    • 64 marks
    • 40% of GCSE

    All assessments are closed book: any stimulus materials required will be provided as part of the assessment. All assessments are compulsory.

    Exam Questions

    ...
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A Teacher’s Guide to OCR AS Unit F661 Section B: Prose »

Paul Merrell | Wednesday December 11, 2013

Categories: Hot Entries, Prose, Jane Eyre, The Turn of the Screw, Writing, Analytical Writing, Prose Analysis, OCR A Level English Literature, F661, KS5 Archive, OCR A Level

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Introduction

Of the two parts of the F661 examination, I think this is the Section most likely to keep your pupils awake at night (and that’s not only because OCR seems to have opted for a range of Gothic texts to in this latest incarnation of the specification!) After all, in its current manifestation, the Prose section of the exam contains some complex novels with some pretty difficult themes and issues to consider.

Interestingly, despite this, OCR note that it is this section of the examination – as opposed...

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A Guide to Victorian Literature LTA1 »

Ruth Owen | Friday October 19, 2012

Categories: Poetry, Browning, Hardy, Rossetti, Tennyson, Prose, Great Expectations, Jane Eyre, Victorian Literature, Wuthering Heights, AQA A Level English Literature A, LTA1, KS5 Archive, AQA A Level

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Source: Work, Ford Madox Brown

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  1. A Guide to Queen Victoria’s Reign
  2. Prose
  3. Poetry
  4. Drama
  5. Non-Fiction
  6. Examination
  7. Assessment Objectives, Exemplar & Contextual Linking



Analysing Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre »

Steph Atkinson | Tuesday April 24, 2012

Categories: Hot Entries, Prose, Jane Eyre, Writing, Analytical Writing, Prose Analysis, EDEXCEL A Level English Literature, 6ET01, AQA A Level English Language & Literature A, ELLA1, AQA A Level English Literature A, LITA2, OCR A Level English Literature, F661, KS5 Archive, AQA A Level, EDEXCEL A Level, OCR A Level

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Binary Opposition

The way a text creates and shapes its reader’s interpretation to develop both meaning and feeling can be fruitfully and subtly analysed by means of binary opposition. Despite its apparent complexity, this method can easily be understood by students of varying levels and ability from GCSE upwards. It can allow them to create subtle analyses of texts of the kind that can fulfil the requirements of the highest grade bands.

The theory works from the premise that many words and phrases have, as Steve Campsall terms it, their...

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A Guide to Jane Eyre »

Victoria Elliott | Tuesday August 30, 2011

Categories: Hot Entries, Prose, Jane Eyre, EDEXCEL A Level English Literature, 6ET01, AQA A Level English Literature A, LITA2, OCR A Level English Literature, F661, KS5 Archive, AQA A Level, EDEXCEL A Level, OCR A Level

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1. ­Overview of Specifications & Assessment Objectives

2. Context

3. Form

4. Characters

5. Themes

6. Setting

7. Language

8. Writing about Jane Eyre




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