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Russell Carey | Wednesday October 07, 2015

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  • OCR GCSE English Literature Component 02: Exploring Poetry and Shakespeare Assessment Pack

Introduction

This resource makes reference to the exam board’s published specification, poetry anthology (Towards a World Unknown) and sample assessment materials. At the time of writing this resource, there have been no live materials. The first question papers will be taken in the summer of 2017. When working with particular year groups, teachers should refer to the relevant year’s specification.

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