AQA GCSE English Literature Working with the Poetry by Alan Howe

By Alan Howe

Support your scholars in constructing the talents required to appreciate and reply to each studied poem within the 2015 AQA Poetry Anthology

- Teaches scholars the right way to examine visible and unseen poems via relocating progressively from first impressions to special explorations with thought-provoking questions at each one stage

- presents methods to studying all 30 poems within the AQA Anthology, together with very important suggestions for writing comparability answers

- guarantees scholars are ready for exam with a spotlight at the talents had to be successful and the way to take on different query forms in Paper 2

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