Alevel english combined coursework

The next tip, following from the previous one, is that you should always practice linking facts to the meaning of the text in your revision essays.  Looking at students’ notations on texts, one often sees isolated words or phrases such as ‘alliteration’ or ‘iambic pentameter’.  Essays are not lists of literary jargon but an argument, so it’s not very helpful for the examiner if you write: ‘This is an example of antimetabole in Richard II .’  So what?  Your knowledge may sound impressive, but the examiner wants to know the link between the fact you know and the point you are making (and also whether it is answering the question).

Alevel english combined coursework

a level english combined coursework

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