The Student Room Group

macbeth

how do i get a grade 9 in macbeth, jekyll and hyde and blood brothers?
Reply 1
Search up Mr Salles on youtube. https://www.youtube.com/@MrSallesTeachesEnglish
I found his videos really useful to give you ideas on how to write at a grade 9 level and introduce more complex ideas into arguments. Being able to use multiple perspectives helps you to build convincing and intriguing arguments, which marry in context and language.
Reply 2
Original post by Katn1ss
Search up Mr Salles on youtube. https://www.youtube.com/@MrSallesTeachesEnglish
I found his videos really useful to give you ideas on how to write at a grade 9 level and introduce more complex ideas into arguments. Being able to use multiple perspectives helps you to build convincing and intriguing arguments, which marry in context and language.

thank you so much! :smile:
Original post by ku2006
how do i get a grade 9 in macbeth, jekyll and hyde and blood brothers?

Hi there, like Mr Salles, I also run a YouTube channel dedicated to helping GCSE/A-Level students like yourself get grade 9, and I've got lots of study videos on Macbeth and Jekyll and Hyde. You can check out the links below to see if they help:

- Full Macbeth playlist (with 20 videos): https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhe5sjPdsN7ZeXb9kjv0MYMmIInCt9uxQ
- Full Jekyll and Hyde playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhe5sjPdsN7ZnDhx1T5C5lf6Yvu1u8b5Q

That said, I must emphasise that getting top grades in literature requires deep familiarity with your texts and their historical/authorial contexts, strong essay writing skills and a natural passion for (or at least interest in) the subject. Doing research and hearing what other educators and literary critics say about your study texts will also help, of course. So watch those videos, but make sure you use them as a source of inspiration and reference to come up with your own unique viewpoints and practise writing essays on them.
Reply 4
Original post by Hyperbolit
Hi there, like Mr Salles, I also run a YouTube channel dedicated to helping GCSE/A-Level students like yourself get grade 9, and I've got lots of study videos on Macbeth and Jekyll and Hyde. You can check out the links below to see if they help:

- Full Macbeth playlist (with 20 videos): https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhe5sjPdsN7ZeXb9kjv0MYMmIInCt9uxQ
- Full Jekyll and Hyde playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhe5sjPdsN7ZnDhx1T5C5lf6Yvu1u8b5Q

That said, I must emphasise that getting top grades in literature requires deep familiarity with your texts and their historical/authorial contexts, strong essay writing skills and a natural passion for (or at least interest in) the subject. Doing research and hearing what other educators and literary critics say about your study texts will also help, of course. So watch those videos, but make sure you use them as a source of inspiration and reference to come up with your own unique viewpoints and practise writing essays on them.


thanks so much!

Quick Reply

Latest

Trending

Trending