Philip Allan Literature Guides (for GCSE) provide exam-focused analysis of popular set texts to give students the very best chance of achieving the highest grades possible. Designed to be used throughout the course or as revision before the exam, this full colour text provides: - a thorough commentary, outlining the plot and structure and exploring the themes, style, characters and context of the text - exemplar A*- and C-grade answers to exam-style questions, with examiner's comments, exam and essay-writing advice - the assessment objectives for each exam board, highlighting the specific skills that students need to develop - 'Grade booster' boxes with tips on how to move between grades - 'Pause for thought' boxes to make students consider their own opinions on the text - Key quotations to memorise and use in the exams AND free access to a website with further revision aids, including interactive quizzes, blogs, a forum for students to share their ideas, useful web links, plus additional exam-style questions and answers with examiner's comments and expert advice.You can also save time by giving the title in full the first time you refer to it, with a#39; Fliesa#39; in brackets after it, and then using the one-word title after that. ... Remember that you are expected to write in an appropriate way for a formal exam essay.
|Title||:||Philip Allan Literature Guide (for GCSE): Lord of the Flies|
|Author||:||Martin Walker, Robert Francis|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2010-03-26|