There are 4 key themes in Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, and it's important you know them all to ace your GCSE English Literature exam.
Children with special educational needs (SEN) learn best in a different way from most children. This could be due to a specific learning difficulty (SpLD), such as dyslexia, or a disability, such as autism. Supporting children with special educational needs requires a unique approach for every individual child.
If you are studying George Orwell’s Animal Farm for GCSE, then you will know that the novel was heavily influenced by the Russian Revolution. Many of the characters represent prominent people connected to the revolution and it’s important to know about them for your English Literature exam.
A crucial part of Pride & Prejudice revision is to understand the context. We’ve listed everything you need to know to ace your Pride & Prejudice exam.
Understanding the context of An Inspector Calls will help your overall understanding of the play. So that's why we’ve listed out everything you need to know to ace the social and historical context for this play.
The beginning of KS4 can be both a daunting and exciting experience for students. Here are our top tips to help bridge the gap between KS3 and KS4.
For your GCSE English Literature Exam, you’ll have to know more than Romeo and Juliet’s character traits. So that’s why we’ve listed out a complete overview of the Montagues and Capulets character traits.
Learning how to improve your structure when writing essays can make a big difference to your grade. We’ve listed our top writing tips to help you with the structure of essay writing in English Literature.