Exam Board: AQAAcademic Level: GCSE (9-1)Subject: English Language and LiteratureFirst teaching: September 2015First Exams: Summer 2017
To achieve top grades in your AQA English Literature exam, you need to approach Unseen poetry with confidence and master all the key skills examiners are looking for. With everything you need right at hand, this York Notes AQA Unseen Poetry: Study and Exam Practice guide gives you all the tools you need to study and practice Unseen poetry and perform at your best in the exam.
Understand and analyse – With 20 practice poems, printed in full with expert annotations and support, you will learn step-by-step how to understand, analyse and write about unseen poetry.
Practise all the key skills – Tasks focusing on Voice and viewpoint, Form, Structure and Language, and similarities and differences, will help you to learn and practise the key skills.
Check your progress – Use the regular exam-style ‘Worked tasks’ to test what you can do and ‘Progress check’ bullets to monitor what you have achieved.
Feel ready for the exam – Key features linked to the Assessment Objectives, longer exam-style ‘Practice papers’ and annotated sample answers at different levels, will help you to be exam-ready and confident.
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