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hey can anyone please provide me with English literature resources that will help me with my revision I am currently in year 11,
I am doing:Inspector calls
Macbeth
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Poetry: conflict
I would really appreciate your help
can someone please send me model gcse answers for each scene in Macbeth
i am doing edexel
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Mr Bruff videos are good. Otherwise, making your own resources is usually the best way forward... try making mindmaps for different themes with the quotes you'd use and your arguments.
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sparknotes.com does a good scene by scene summary and analysis of Macbeth
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I'm in your position too right now What i am doing is going through the book picking out the best quotations (the ones you can write tons for) per key character and writing them down. Then im going to write up essay plans. Hope my technique could apply to you in some way and best of luck!
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thnx guys
can any of u provide me with literature level 9 model answers plz
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(Original post by redmeercat)
Mr Bruff videos are good. Otherwise, making your own resources is usually the best way forward... try making mindmaps for different themes with the quotes you'd use and your arguments.habv
do u have any mindmaps that would be helpful or know of any websites that do
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do u have any mindmaps that would be helpful or know of any websites that do
To be honest, making the mindmap is a big part of revision. Being able to take a block of information and summarise it into important points to go onto charts helps youo with understanding. I no longer have any GCSE charts, however, getrevising.com has loads and you can make your own using the create tool
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guys i recently started revising and i have mocks in jan. do u think i can manage????
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(Original post by redmeercat)
To be honest, making the mindmap is a big part of revision. Being able to take a block of information and summarise it into important points to go onto charts helps youo with understanding. I no longer have any GCSE charts, however, getrevising.com has loads and you can make your own using the create tool
oh thnx alot
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