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Do year 10's do the inspector calls, Christmas carol, and Macbeth for their 2019 exams as well or is it just the year 11's?
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the choices for english literature are based off what your school has picked. If thats what they are for current year 11s, its unlikely that they would change. Best to ask though just to be sure
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depends on your exam board. i'm in aqa, year 11 and i'm studying macbeth, jekyll and hyde and an inspector calls. ask your teacher.
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Anyone studying Julius Caesar?
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Hello. It is all depended on what you school chose. I’m studying the AQA board. My school has chosen Literature Paper one - Romeo and Juliet and Jeykell and Hyde Paper two - An inspector calls and poetry (power and conflit) from what I’ve gathered, the school wil usually stay with the same books from previous years due to understand the methods of teaching and understanding the storylines fully. Hope this has helped Harrison
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I’m doing Romeo & Juliet, Dr Jekyll and Hyde, Lord of The Flies and the AQA power and conflict poetry
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(Original post by internet monster)
Do year 10's do the inspector calls, Christmas carol, and Macbeth for their 2019 exams as well or is it just the year 11's?
That’s what I’m doing but it depends on your exam board.
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In year 10 your school picks a play by Shakespeare at random so it’s differnt for everybody it just happens that I’m doing Macbeth.In year 11 you do the play your school chose and “An inspector calls” Poems
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I'm in year 10 and i'm doing the exam this year but i'm doing Romeo and Juliet, The Sign Of Four and An Inspector Calls
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(Original post by internet monster)
Do year 10's do the inspector calls, Christmas carol, and Macbeth for their 2019 exams as well or is it just the year 11's?
yes i am but i'm doing sign of four instead of a Christmas carol and Romeo and Juliet instead of Macbeth.
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Hi guys I wrote this for the 2017 unseen poetry question. How can I improve and how many marks out of 8 do you think I would get?

Alan Bold, the writer of 'Autumn', describes his attitude towards the season as hated and detested. Whereas, Billy Collins, poet of 'Today' expresses his attitude of the season as 'perfect' and 'warm', contrasting with Bolds' hate for Autumn.
In 'Today', Collins description of spring is presented as happy and joyful as it is 'etched in sunlight' and filled with a 'warm..breeze'. The adjective 'etched' describing the sun, indicates that spring is a time where the world is bright and full of warmth from the sun.
Contrasting with the idea of warmth, Bold describes the season Autumn as cold as it 'chills the world'. Additionally he mentions that the unexpected arrival of the season 'changes the temper of the earth'. Indicating that the mood of the people have changed as well as the mood of the earth. He implies that as Autumn has arrives he world has become 'quietly raged' and angered.
Another difference is in the poem 'Today', Collins mentions that gardens have become full of flowers signifying beauty in the season spring. Conversely, in 'Autumn', Bold writes that dead leaves are filling the place. Indicating that Autumn is a gloomy and dull season whereas the poem 'Today' is a joyful and happy season.
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