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Jenny Deeming
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Hey, not much time left until the literature exams so does anyone have any predictions on what question will come up for the following:
-A Christmas Carol
-Macbeth
-An Inspector calls
-Poetry anthology- power and conflict
Also, is do you think it will be a theme or a character for each of them, if so which are the main themes that i should revise??
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(Original post by Jenny Deeming)
Hey, not much time left until the literature exams so does anyone have any predictions on what question will come up for the following:
-A Christmas Carol
-Macbeth
-An Inspector calls
-Poetry anthology- power and conflict
Also, is do you think it will be a theme or a character for each of them, if so which are the main themes that i should revise??
...Thanks
It's gonna be themes but linked to the character. I don't do a Christmas carol but for Macbeth study: power, guilt, blame, appearance. Revise mark schemes as in the AO1,2,3 to know exactly what you need to include. Sneak in some practise essays and learn some flexible quotes and you will do fine!
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It's gonna be themes but linked to the character. I don't do a Christmas carol but for Macbeth study: power, guilt, blame, appearance. Revise mark schemes as in the AO1,2,3 to know exactly what you need to include. Sneak in some practise essays and learn some flexible quotes and you will do fine!
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I'm doing all those three books as well except for poetry we're doing love and relationships
we did a few predictions in school
for Macbeth: could be hallucinations, guilt, and Macbeth/Lady Macbeth/Banquo as character possibilities
for ACC: it would never be a difficult question and the themes are always linked- either generosity, importance of family, redemption, poverty and social responsibility,
for AIC: could be 'how does Priestley present a play of contrasts?', stuff about social class, young and old, men and women, social responsibility, and the role of the inspector
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(Original post by Jenny Deeming)
Hey, not much time left until the literature exams so does anyone have any predictions on what question will come up for the following:
-A Christmas Carol
-Macbeth
-An Inspector calls
-Poetry anthology- power and conflict
Also, is do you think it will be a theme or a character for each of them, if so which are the main themes that i should revise??
...Thanks
for acc and macbeth it will be on either a theme or character just learn a couple of quotes for each character and you'll be fine! just remember to put an intro and a conclusion.
for poetry it will just be a comparison of theme so learn key quotes from poems with the themes of: nature (storm on the island, prelude,) , past identity (emigree, checking out my history), inner conflict (kamikaze, tissue, poppies), stucture: voice,(checking out me history, my last duchess) reality of war (exposure, baynet charge, remains)
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Hey x so I do AIC and poetry anthology. I think for paper 1 to be on the safe side u should learn quotes for characters and language form and structure and revise the themes and context.I think for paper 1 u should do the same for whatever novel u are doing but for poetry anthology u should learn themes, structure and form , language and imagery and context and if I can voice
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