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    I'm doing Edexcel English Literature, and Language for A Level, and one of the coursework pieces is to do a listening piece.
    I was thinking of doing something like a Script, or a spontaneous Conversation...
    It has to be on our set text which is Hamlet, and has to be around the idea of Entrapment!

    Therefore the CW piece has to be linked in with Hmlt...
    So I was thinking of doing a spontaneous convo to do with Bipolar!? seeing as it links to Hmlt, due to his mood swings and depression...
    However, there is one thing... I really want to get an A on the piece, so I can go into the exam knowing My CW is an A, so how do I get it up to an A ? my teacher wouldn't explain, and Just said.. find out for yourself.... I have a few ideas, but I reallyyyy need some more from you guys!

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    PS Helper
    Perhaps you could try looking on the edexcel website. It might have a specification for coursework and other materials that would give you an idea on how to achieve the best marks.
    • Thread Starter

    Thank you
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