GCSE English Literature 2019 Predictions (Edexcel) Watch

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Does anybody have any idea on the themes and questions that have come up since the switch to 9-1?

Macbeth
An Inspector Calls
A Christmas Carol
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or even

Macbeth
Inspector calls
Jekyll and Hyde
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never seen these texts before in my life think i might just fail
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u do gcses right?
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never seen these texts before in my life think i might just fail
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I a doing the IGCSE edexcel 1-9:I talked to all my teachers and we predicted the poems will be war photographer la belle dame and blseeing
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my teacher gave us a few questions that could come up (inspector calls and maccy B) I do Edexcel btwinspector:character studies on Eric, Sheila, Eva or the inspector. Reputation, Judgement, family, power, generation gap, class/ gender, relationships.macbeth:character studies on Macduff, Banquo, Lady Macbeth. ambition, mental deterioration, power, manipulation, fate, good ruler, status.Sorry that this is such a large list, it's such a new GCSE that they could almost ask anything. these are the main ones to look at though. Remember in the whole text questions (if you're doing Edexcel) to use synonyms and opposites of words to answer the question and change it to make it easier (like if it asks about guilt in an inspector calls you can talk about the lack of guilt). if you need to know about the poems too they did poison tree (anger) then Belfast confetti (war) so it will most likely be a relationship or race poem.Good luck everyone, and remember, if you do badly don't beat yourself up. Think on the bright side we're just bringing the grade boundaries down for the greater good!
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U HELPED ME WAAY MORE THAN U THINK. THANK YOU. Imma learn all the relationship and race poems now. not gonna bother going into detail with the rest
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my teacher gave us a few questions that could come up (inspector calls and maccy B) I do Edexcel btwinspector:character studies on Eric, Sheila, Eva or the inspector. Reputation, Judgement, family, power, generation gap, class/ gender, relationships.macbeth:character studies on Macduff, Banquo, Lady Macbeth. ambition, mental deterioration, power, manipulation, fate, good ruler, status.Sorry that this is such a large list, it's such a new GCSE that they could almost ask anything. these are the main ones to look at though. Remember in the whole text questions (if you're doing Edexcel) to use synonyms and opposites of words to answer the question and change it to make it easier (like if it asks about guilt in an inspector calls you can talk about the lack of guilt). if you need to know about the poems too they did poison tree (anger) then Belfast confetti (war) so it will most likely be a relationship or race poem.Good luck everyone, and remember, if you do badly don't beat yourself up. Think on the bright side we're just bringing the grade boundaries down for the greater good!
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identity already came up on the specimen papers
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