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Does anyone have any revision tips/predictions for:
-Power & conflict
-Lord of the flies
-Jekyll & hyde
-Macbeth
I'm guessing practice papers and essays would help
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who identifies it is an island Initially was is piggy or Ralph
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Does anyone have any revision tips/predictions for:
-Power & conflict
-Lord of the flies
-Jekyll & hyde
-Macbeth
I'm guessing practice papers and essays would help
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Does anyone have any revision tips/predictions for:
-Power & conflict
-Lord of the flies
-Jekyll & hyde
-Macbeth
I'm guessing practice papers and essays would help
Watch Mr Bruff on YouTube. He has multiple videos on all of these that are great.
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Does anyone have any revision tips/predictions for:
-Power & conflict
-Lord of the flies
-Jekyll & hyde
-Macbeth
I'm guessing practice papers and essays would help
Also for the poetry, create a table, have the themes across the top and poems down the side and then tick the box for all relevant themes in each poem. The result will be a table where you can see which poems link with what.
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LitCharts (app) is really good, has detailed character & plot stuff for Lord of the Flies & key quotes
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I think it was Piggy
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who identifies it is an island Initially was is piggy or Ralph
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I think our teacher recommended that I need to start using it
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LitCharts (app) is really good, has detailed character & plot stuff for Lord of the Flies & key quotes
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I'm a bit unsure about which themes but I can check Mr Bruff and Mr Salles, thank you!
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Also for the poetry, create a table, have the themes across the top and poems down the side and then tick the box for all relevant themes in each poem. The result will be a table where you can see which poems link with what.
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(Original post by manpreet.aujla)
Does anyone have any revision tips/predictions for:
-Power & conflict
-Lord of the flies
-Jekyll & hyde
-Macbeth
I'm guessing practice papers and essays would help
I've heard a lot of people saying that the Lord of the Flies question will be on leadership. Its never been asked, and a major theme. Revise Jack, Ralph, Leadership, Power those are the 'hot topics'
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Also, power and conflict poem I've heard is going to be about conflict as last year was power. Many predict poems such as Kamikaze and Emigree
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Does anyone have any revision tips/predictions for:
-Power & conflict
-Lord of the flies
-Jekyll & hyde
-Macbeth
I'm guessing practice papers and essays would help
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I think the main thing you can do for English is practice, practice writing essays and then you can improve on timing and analysis. As well as this, knowing your content is good, so re-reading the poems/books/plays. For memorising quotes, Quizlet is great or alternatively you can just stick particular quotes around your house. I also think it can be useful to make mind maps or posters based on character or theme, or even plan an essay based on character or theme. Good luck and hope this helps
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I've heard a lot of people saying that the Lord of the Flies question will be on leadership. Its never been asked, and a major theme. Revise Jack, Ralph, Leadership, Power those are the 'hot topics'
In the 2017 AQA paper they asked about how Ralph is portrayed as a leader. So at least for AQA (not sure about Edexcel, OCR, etc), that won't be coming up. I think they might ask about how Roger is presented (they haven't asked that in a while apparently, but not too sure) or how the island is portrayed in LOTF.
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