Next, you will be stranded on a deserted island after the plane evacuating you from the nuclear war in England.
In , a plane load of public school boys are stranded on an island.
Find out how it will all end for her, all the while mastering the art of writing a literary essay.
You will also develop your ability to write descriptively and analyse non-fiction texts, both to prepare you for examinations in Year 11 and to help inform your interpretations of the literature texts.
Things start well, with a clear leadership structure and social structure, but one boy’s obsession with hunting the pigs that live on the island, and his use of war paint to hide his face, soon lead to the tenuous society they have created falling apart.
You will witness the darkness of man’s heart laid bare and learn to appreciate how Golding’s complex and descriptive prose style enables him to deftly explore these themes.This superb preparation will place you perfectly for the year ahead where knowing your Literature texts is essential.The academic year may feel like jungle that must be cut through, but rescue is at hand.Whether you wither or bloom like candle buds, this experience is constructive and you will be given excellent feedback to help you succeed in the actual examination.At this point you will encounter ‘Lord of the Flies’ where many of you will have an epiphany that this the last text you will study.From there on you will revise for the rest of the course and in August a boat will take you to another land of promise, where you can study a new landscape of literary study which is dynamic, demanding and scholarly.Click on the button below to access GCSE English Resources Year 12 English Literature A Level and AS Level (Edexcel) (From 2015) Year 1: Whether you are looking to deepen your understanding of literature or achieve mastery, an academic approach is essential to your success.The year starts with continued study of ‘The Purple Hibiscus’ for English Language controlled assessment, which will fire up your enthusiasm; you will undertake a range of speaking and listening tasks as part of the course in which you will present, discuss and perform in order to show leadership; you will then have climbed to the top of the mountain and start to study a range of non-fiction in preparation for your Mock Examination.This test of endurance will include: English Language Paper 1 and a separate examination of English Literature Paper 2.As well as all of this, a series of poems on the theme of power and conflict will be woven throughout the year, drawing on themes in the texts and allowing you to further explore your ideas about the main texts.By the end of the year, you will be a fully-fledged English GCSE student, who is able to “write as a reader and read as a writer”.