1.1 (written texts) Frankenstein / Epiphany Texts essay;
1.2 (Visual Texts (Romeo and Juliet / Mean Creek essay);
1.3 Unfamiliar texts.
2.1 (written texts) Wilfred Owen essay;
2.2 (Visual Texts (Enemy at the Gates essay);
2. .3 Unfamiliar texts.
3.2 Written Texts (Cuckoos Nest; 3.3 S Shakespearean Text Othello; ; Visual Text (Fight Club); 3.4 Unfamiliar Texts
English Exam Revision.
The examination tests two fundamental things: Knowledge and Skills
To ensure you have the required knowledge you need to revise.
· Revisiting texts – re-reading the novel, watching the film again
· Ensuring you know which aspects of the texts with which you need to be familiar – old exam papers are very helpful for this
· reading over and highlighting key points from class notes, previous essays and handouts
· writing summaries of these key points
· memorising a range of significant quotations
· for film, memorising a range of specific examples of production techniques
· for unfamiliar texts, memorising the language terminology from your English Toolbox
To get better at a skill you need to: