The Eye in the Door: Comprehensive Guide for A Level (ZigZag Education)

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The Eye in the Door: Comprehensive Guide for A Level
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The Eye in the Door: Comprehensive Guide for A Level

Every chapter and key character has been analysed, as well as ❶ the writer’s choice of language, structure and form across the novel as a whole, ❷ overarching themes, ❸ historical, social and cultural context, ❹ genre and ❺ critical reception.

Also includes AQA A Unit 1 and 2 exam and coursework advice and practice.

Model responses also included to stretch and consolidate students’ understanding and knowledge.


What do teachers have to say about this resource? (5435)
"The content is excellent. It not only contains chapter summaries, analysis of language, structure and for but it also includes wider reading lists which are essential for all students of this specification. It makes links with other texts which introduces the students to wider reading sources. It has specific sections where the resource focuses on language (essential for this course) which will show students how to analyse language as well as comment on the content of the text." K Greaves, English Teacher
"This is a very comprehensive guide, with good tasks attached. Language and style are well covered, as are significant themes. Model responses at the end of the guide are also very valuable learning and teaching tools." M Whyman, English Teacher


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