Rebecca: Comprehensive Guide for AS/A Level
An excellent resource, thoroughly researched and put together. Perfectly matches and interprets the specification. Links to the AOs are exceptionally helpful to reinforc[e] with students how and when they can meet the AOs required. M Thresher, English Teacher and Independent Reviewer
- AQA A AS and A Level
Delve into the dark mysteries of this Gothic text and its unnamed protagonist with ready-to-use, detailed study notes for AS and A Level AQA A English Literature text: Rebecca. The fantastically clear and comprehensive analysis of this sinister tale of love turned sour, supports understanding of the text’s stunning descriptions and subtle characterisation.
Engage your students!
Includes debate prompts; active learning tasks; further reading suggestions; key literary and linguistic terms; practice essay questions throughout!
The pack tackles the key stages of text analysis:
- Walk-through Thorough section-by-section commentary walks students through each chapter
- Drawing it all together In-depth discussion of whole text focuses on: characterisation, relationships, genre, themes, attitudes and values, language, form, structure, context, literary approaches. Plus! challenge high achievers to consider literary approaches such as psychoanalysis and feminism.
Indicative content Supports teaching by
ensuring all key areas are covered
Includes glossary of key terms to ensure full understanding and promote academic writing.
What do teachers say about this resource? (7969)
‘An excellent resource, thoroughly researched and put together to create a comprehensive (an invaluable) teacher pack [with] high educational value. Perfectly matches and interprets the specification [and] the wealth of information will enhance learning. The author takes the reader through chapter by chapter summaries, detailed analysis, and addresses all of the Assessment objectives very well. The links to the AOs throughout the resource are exceptionally helpful to allow the teacher to keep reinforcing with students how and when they can meet the AOs required. I really liked the organisation; it allows the teacher to move students through an exploration of the text at chapter level, making links and connections to other readings in the specification and to wider texts and draws all learning together to consider the whole text impact. I particularly liked the context boxes, discussion prompts and class activities which I could use a springboard for an array of different teaching approaches. The inclusion of ideas for mock examinations and links to other texts are also a useful springboard for teachers. Including specific summary sections for each AO was also very well thought through and referenced. The key terms running throughout the document is useful to prompt teachers to promote key literary terms. It also helps to promote academic writing which we all require our students to be developing.’ – M Thresher, English Teacher and Independent Reviewer