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I have no clue how to revise for english lit, have been putting it off all holiday! I am doing inspector calls, pride and prejudice and Macbeth, any recommended methods???
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inspector calls, i annotated the book, and then make a quote bank for each character for each separate themes
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I have no clue how to revise for english lit, have been putting it off all holiday! I am doing inspector calls, pride and prejudice and Macbeth, any recommended methods???
Start by reading your texts again to try and find new interpretations; once you've completed the book, you'll look at every dialogue/description completely differently! Also, highlight important quotations and put them into "Quote Banks" (basically a table with the following vertical columns: Theme, Quotation, Device Used, Analysis). Once you think you know your texts well enough, practice writing complete answers.
Hope this helps All the best!
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(Original post by kiddo12349)
Start by reading your texts again to try and find new interpretations; once you've completed the book, you'll look at every dialogue/description completely differently! Also, highlight important quotations and put them into "Quote Banks" (basically a table with the following vertical columns: Theme, Quotation, Device Used, Analysis). Once you think you know your texts well enough, practice writing complete answers.
Hope this helps All the best!
thank you!
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