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I am studying the kite runner and Othello for my coursework. As part of our coursework, we have to study a 3rd text ourselves. Does anyone have any idea of a good 3rd text I could use for my coursework that shares similar themes with the kite runner and Othello.
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Hi,

I am studying the kite runner and Othello for my coursework. As part of our coursework, we have to study a 3rd text ourselves. Does anyone have any idea of a good 3rd text I could use for my coursework that shares similar themes with the kite runner and Othello.
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hi this won't be of any help (sorry!) but my teacher suggested I pick up english lit AS and I was wondering what the coursework entails, is it just comparing texts?
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hi this won't be of any help (sorry!) but my teacher suggested I pick up english lit AS and I was wondering what the coursework entails, is it just comparing texts?
For AS, first of all it depends which exam board your going to follow. I'm doing AQA, and yeah basically we had to make up our own coursework question that follows the theme (ours was struggle of identity) and we had to compare our prose text with the drama text. The coursework takes up a lot of time and effort but in the end its worth it. And in general, english lit is a great A level, especially if you enjoy it in GCSE and there is a big jump when you analyse texts between GCSE and AS
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For AS, first of all it depends which exam board your going to follow. I'm doing AQA, and yeah basically we had to make up our own coursework question that follows the theme (ours was struggle of identity) and we had to compare our prose text with the drama text. The coursework takes up a lot of time and effort but in the end its worth it. And in general, english lit is a great A level, especially if you enjoy it in GCSE and there is a big jump when you analyse texts between GCSE and AS
I'm not too sure which exam board it's with yet I think it might be ocr? But thanks I'm sure they won't be too different so this is helpful how did you do in the AS course if you mind me asking?
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I'm not too sure which exam board it's with yet I think it might be ocr? But thanks I'm sure they won't be too different so this is helpful how did you do in the AS course if you mind me asking?
I got a B
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I got a B
ahh that's good well done
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