The new English literature GCSE requires pupils to memorise vast chunks of Shakespeare, a 19th-century novel and poetry. The new English language GCSE requires pupils to analyse and critique an unseen.
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London: A melancholy, evocative poem by. the current English curriculum “joyless”. Under the influence of conservative minister Michael Gove it moved towards a heavy focus on analysis of classic.
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Maya Angelou and John Steinbeck have been scrubbed from the syllabus for GCSE English. literature’ between 11 and 14. American classics are precisely the sorts of books we would expect to be taught.
Teenagers studying English Literature will have to study at least 15 poems at GCSE, including works by authors such as Wordsworth, Byron and Keats, under a major shake-up of the exams. Details of new.
Launching Labour’s education policies for the 2017 general election at an event in Leeds today, the party’s leader also said students should not have to rote learn poetry for the GCSE English.
You can discover a lot about a poem by comparing it to one by another poet that deals with a similar subject or has a similar theme. Thinking about two poems and identifying where they differ and are.
The reforms to the English literature GCSE exam aim to ensure that pupils read a wider range. appears as a set text author in two major exam boards The poetry selection from AQA, with a requirement.
It may not "traditional" in the academic sense, but social media, spoken word nights, and YouTube have really opened up poetry to the masses in recent years. If you’d asked me in GCSE English.
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Writing to schools this week, she said: “It has been clear that there is a lack of diversity in the offer of British texts for GCSE English Literature.” She reassured teachers that “we will not be.
When the GCSE reforms were. a selection of poetry, including a taste of the Romantics (who invented our modern idea of poetry as the true voice of feeling) and a novel or play from the rich.
Hip-hop star Akala explores the poem ‘Belfast Confetti’ with its author. This clip will be relevant for teaching English Literature. This topic appears in OCR, Edexcel, AQA, WJEC KS4/GCSE in.
The English literature GCSE content, he notes, has been beefed up to include texts seen as tougher to grapple with than the existing material. These include a Shakespeare play, Romantic poetry, a 19th.
In AQA’s May 2018 English literature GCSE paper, a question related to the Power and Conflict poetry anthology was markedly similar to a specimen exam paper in 2014. The question – on Ozymandias by.
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