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 tips to examine obvious and unseen poems through relocating steadily from first impressions to special explorations with thought-provoking questions at each one stage
- offers ways to studying all 30 poems within the AQA Anthology, together with important suggestions for writing comparability answers
- guarantees scholars are ready for exam with a spotlight at the abilities had to be triumphant and the way to take on the various query varieties in Paper 2
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AQA GCSE English Literature Working with the Poetry Anthology and the Unseens Student Book by Alan Howe