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☑ English literature Romeo and Juliet by W. Shakespeare GCSEs
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Are you a parent homeschooling your child and not sure how to go about helping them when it comes to studying Shakespeare's play, 'Romeo and Juliet'? Alternatively your child may sadly have failed their GCSEs in English and need to resit and the thorn in your side has always been this Shakespeare play? Maybe you are currently studying 'Romeo and Juliet' at school but you feel lost, unsure about what your teacher is saying and the pace at school may be too rapid?
Not to worry - we've got you covered! The 'Ultimate 'Romeo and Juliet' English GCSE Course covers EVERYTHING you need to know and understand when it comes to learning this play, understanding its key themes as well the main characters and symbols when it comes to Shakespeare's play. Barbara, your teacher, will also examine context related to the Elizabethan Era and she will show you what it takes to write a top Level 9 model answer for the play - either for your coursework or exams!
Back to basics
Important concepts and Terminology Explained
How to write an essay explained
'Romeo and Juliet' by W. Shakespeare
Act 2 Chorus
'Romeo and Juliet' Exam questions explained
'Romeo and Juliet' Model Essays explained
I'm in Year 10 and struggling... my class moved way too quickly through this play. Reading through the Acts and looking at the model answers in this course helped. Thanks!
I CANNOT express how helpful this was. I learnt more in a day than I have in a year. I usually struggle with essay questions but your essay writing template and P.E.E guide has been godsent. Thank you!
I struggled to find good Romeo and Juliet courses for my son who’s studying it for his IGCSE exams... he’s in Year 10 and struggling. This course is great - he is finding it helpful. The model answers are an excellent resource too.
Too many grammar terms which are irrelevant to literature study. Reading to me off a slide is precisely what we are taught NOT to do in teacher training.