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ULTIMATE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ENGLISH LITERATURE GCSE COURSE

Get a UK GCSE QUALIFICATION, become a VALUABLE expert in English Language and Literature & learn public speaking skills!

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Apr 2021

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What you will learn

English language and English Literature GCSEs

William Shakespeare

Macbeth

J. B. Priestley's 'An Inspector Calls'

Write essays using the P.E.E Method

Romeo and Juliet

How to write exam answers for English language Paper 1 and 2 GCSEs

How to write exam answers for English literature Paper 1 and 2 GCSEs

How to give a speech

How to analyse and compare poetry

How to analyse Victorian texts

Jekyll and Hyde

Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde'

Different literature techniques

'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens

Power and Conflict Poetry Anthology

Love and Relationships Poetry Anthology

An Animal Farm

George Orwell


Description

Are you a parent homeschooling your child and not sure how to go about teaching them English for their GCSEs? Alternatively your child may sadly have failed their GCSEs in English and need to resit? Perhaps you are a mature student who needs to sit your GCSEs to take your career to the next level? Whatever your needs, we've got you covered! The 'Ultimate AQA GCSE English Language and Literature Course' is a comprehensive course for students wishing to get TWO GCSE qualifications in English Language, English Literature as well as pass the Spoken Assessment Exams, which are all part of the AQA GCSE specification. Taught by Barbara Njau, who is an experienced and qualified English Teacher, you will gain all the knowledge you are seeking to pass the GCSE at a Level 9 - which is an A*!


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ULTIMATE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ENGLISH LITERATURE GCSE COURSE
ULTIMATE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ENGLISH LITERATURE GCSE COURSE
ULTIMATE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ENGLISH LITERATURE GCSE COURSE
ULTIMATE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ENGLISH LITERATURE GCSE COURSE

Content

Introduction

Introduction

Meet Your English Teacher!

Understand the AQA Specification, structure of GCSE and assessment scheme

Course Aims, Grading Structure, Course Expectations

How to register for exams as an external candidate

Back to basics

Important concepts and Terminology Explained

How to write an essay explained

English Literature – Paper 1: Macbeth

Introducing Macbeth

Macbeth: Act 1

Macbeth: Act 2

Macbeth: Act 3

Macbeth: Act 4

Macbeth: Act 5

Macbeth: Exam Questions Practice

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English Literature – Paper 1: The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

19th Century Novel | Introducing Jekyll and Hyde

Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 1

Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 2

Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 3

Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 4

Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 5

Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 6

Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 7

Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 8

Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 9

Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 10

Jekyll and Hyde: Exam Questions Practice

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English Literature - Paper 1: 'Romeo and Juliet'

Overview

Prologue

Act 1

Act 2 Chorus

Act 2

Act 3

Act 4

Act 5

'Romeo and Juliet': Past Paper examples and essay plans

'Romeo and Juliet' Exam Model Essays

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English Literature - Paper 1: 'A Christmas Carol'

A Christmas Carol Overview

Christmas Carol Stave 1 reading

Christmas Carol Stave 2

A Christmas Carol Stave 3

A Christmas Carol novella Stave 4

A Christmas Carol novella Stave 5

Christmas Carol past papers examples

A Christmas Carol Model Answer Explained

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English Literature - Paper 2: 'An Inspector Calls'

Modern Play - Introducing An Inspector calls

An Inspector Calls: Act 1

An Inspector Calls: Act 2

An Inspector Calls: Act 3

An Inspector Calls: Exam Questions Practice

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English Literature – Paper 2: Love and Relationships Poetry Anthology

Poetry Anthology - How to analyse and write about Poems

Introducing Love and Relationships Poetry Anthology

When We Two Parted: Poem and Analysis

Love’s Philosophy: Poem and Analysis

Porphyria’s Lover: Poem and Analysis

Sonnet 29: Poem and Analysis

Neutral Tones: Poem and Analysis

Letters From Yorkshire: Poem and Analysis

The Farmer’s Bride: Poem and Analysis

Walking Away: Poem and Analysis

Eden Rock: Poem and Analysis

Follower: Poem and Analysis

Mother, Any Distance: Poem and Analysis

Before You Were Mine: Poem and Analysis

Winter Swans: Poem and Analysis

Singh Song: Poem and Analysis

Climbing My Grandfather: Poem and Analysis

Love and Relationships Poetry: Exam Questions Practice

Introducing Unseen Poems: What will be tested and how to answer questions

Lesson 50: Unseen Poems: Exam Questions Practice

Reviewing English literature Paper 1 and Paper 2

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English Literature - Paper 2: 'Animal Farm'

Animal Farm Overview

Animal Farm Chapter 1

Animal Farm Chapter 2

Animal Farm Chapter 3

Animal Farm Chapter 4

Animal Farm Chapter 5

Animal Farm Chapter 6

Animal Farm Chapter 7

Animal Farm Chapter 8

Animal Farm Chapter 9

Animal Farm Chapter 10

Animal Farm past papers examples

Animal Farm model answers

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English Literature - Paper 2: Power and Conflict Anthology Poetry Anthology

Introduction to the poems: overview

Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley: overview, poem and analysis

London by William Blake: overview, poem and analysis

Extract from, The Prelude by William Wordsworth: overview, poem and analysis

My Last Duchess by Robert Browning: overview, poem and analysis

The Charge of the Light Brigade by Alfred Lord Tennyson: overview, poem and anal

Exposure by Wilfred Owen: overview, poem and analysis

Storm on the Island by Seamus Heaney: overview, poem and analysis

Bayonet Charge by Ted Hughes: overview, poem and analysis

Remains by Simon Armitage: overview, poem and analysis

Poppies by Jane Weir: overview, poem and analysis

War Photographer by Carol Ann Duffy: overview, poem and analysis

Tissue by Imtiaz Dharker: overview, poem and analysis

The Émigree by Carol Rumens: overview, poem and analysis

Kamikaze by Beatrice Garland: overview, poem and analysis

Checking Out Me History by John Agard: overview, poem and analysis

Power and Conflict: Exam Paper examples

Power and Conflict: Model Answers

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English Language – Paper 1: Unseen Fiction Extract and Creative Writing

Introducing English language Paper 1

English Language Paper 1: Questions and Exam Paper Practice

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English Language – Paper 2: Non-Fiction Extracts and Transactional Writing

Introducing English language Paper 2

English Language Paper 2: Questions and Exam Paper Practice

Reviewing English language Paper 1 and Paper 2

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Spoken Assessment Exams

What is the spoken assessment exam?

How to prepare for a Spoken Assessment

Spoken Assessment Exam examples

How to Deliver a Spoken assessment exam

You've made it!

End of Course

Thank You


Reviews

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Ummuhan17 January 2021

I really liked the motivation that has been given, I do believe that I would develop and achieve my English GCSE's.

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Kamraan9 January 2021

It has really helped with my homework, I can see myself getting higher grades and doing better than I have done, ever, highly recommend!!

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Gincy8 January 2021

Just what I was looking for! Also consider analysing other novels outside the syllabus when you get time :)

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Mike46428 January 2021

This young lady is an excellent teacher. Her real life students are very lucky. So far I have found this is a very positive learning experience and has been explained in a confident manner. Of course I have just started so looking forward to the rest of the course.

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Febin7 January 2021

seems good. looked through what stuff there is and realised that for the Shakespearian text there isn't the one i am learning at school (much ado about nothing) however my teacher has said that only a few schools do this play. Its ok that its not there as i usually do well in it anyway

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Georgi27 December 2020

Overall, good, but the course takes too long and a lot of complicated words are used with no meaning added to the word!

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Adrian17 December 2020

I believe that the concepts are explained well. However, only AQA is discussed. Preferably, I would like to be informed by my Specification, which is OCR, so maybe there should be more videos explaining the syllabus for all specifications.

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Ifaz6 December 2020

Excelllent course. Definitely recommend it if you want to get good grades in your English GCSE. She is also constantly updating her course so it never gets old. She is a very friendly and brilliant teacher!

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Daniel30 November 2020

It's a lot of fun, all the hard work is already done. This would help anyone of any level become 10 times as good!

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Pranay15 November 2020

The Language part is the only section worth credit. With literature, there is no detailed deep analysis and nothing in this course really stands out or is special compared to other websites. Mr Bruff is bettter.

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Ryan12 November 2020

it would be better if she went through the lang paper 1 & 2 question by question rather than making 1 whole video on it.

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Hamza27 October 2020

Yes it was. Great video. I can now refer to this in my essay, depending on the quote. Also helps plays such as macbeth be understood a bit more clearly.

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Rushali22 May 2020

Yes, this course is a very excellent match for me as I am a student of English Literature. It is very helpful for me. The explanation of every play, novel, poem and other aspects is perfect.

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Atul15 April 2020

The course covers the topics exhaustively. Very Nice Presentation with perfect pace. Looking forward to more detailed courses from Barbara on other major Literary works.

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Sheri5 February 2020

SUCH GOOD VALUE for the cost. Thank you Barbara, I hope there is also a Maths GCSE course in the works…


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