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Your teacher will decide your title. Perhaps you will be able to alter it, or even agree a new topic, but the title that is finally chosen is the one you must answer. This is the one you will be marked on, so make sure it is the one you write or talk about.
Designed for the GCSE English Literature specifications for AQA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC Eduqas, this teaching pack provides you with fresh and engaging lesson ideas as well as supporting resources for the entire play.
Updated for the new GCSE (Grades 9&ndash 6), York Notes provide everything you need to achieve your full potential, and get the best grade you can .
Secondly, concentrate on what is relevant. You do not have to include lots of background information or details about the life of Shakespeare to write a brilliant essay. All you need to do is focus on the question and include information about the plot, characters, themes, dramatic effects and language. Let's have a look at a few typical Romeo and Juliet questions:
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With the York Notes Romeo and Juliet revision bundle you&rsquo ll have everything you need, including essay planners, sample exam questions and answers, a comprehensive analysis of the play and useful background information , to attain the highest grade you can in your GCSE English Literature examinations.
Your teacher will decide what task you must complete for your Romeo and Juliet GCSE coursework. Some tasks are written, and some are part of speaking and listening. However, the basic approach to the play, the skills you need, and even the basic topics, can be very similar.
Everything you need to help you learn, revise effectively and write the very best answers in your Romeo and Juliet English Literature GCSE (Grades 9&ndash 6).
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RESEARCH PAPER TOPICS ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING | ESSAY - CLIMATE CHANGE / SUBJECTS: OTHER - HIGH SCHOOL | ASSIGNMENT - STRUCTURAL STAGNATION DILEMMA FORUM / SUBJECTS: MACRO & MICROECONOMICS - HIGH SCHOOL