AQA Anthology: Power and Conflict (Grades 9–1) York Notes GCSE Revision Guide

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NEW! Everything you need to know about the GCSE AQA Poetry Anthology cluster: Power and Conflict to succeed in your GCSE Literature (9-1) exam.  We have added exciting new features such as regular extracts from student answers, tips to help you aim high and more ‘test yourself’ activities!  Plus, all the detailed content you expect from York Notes- poem summaries, key context on all the poets including William Blake, Seamus Heaney, Jane Weir, Carol Rumens and Ted Hughes, help with Poetic Techniques, Comparing Poems, Contexts and a new Themes section with extra references.  You’ll also find an extended exam section which includes sample answers at three different levels, plus expert advice on dealing with ‘unseen poetry’, understanding the question and planning your answer, all helping you to prepare for exam success!

York Notes Study Guide for the AQA Poetry Anthology cluster, Power and Conflict is an essential guide to your GCSE poetry paper. It will help you understand the story and meaning of every poem, its poetic structure and techniques, and the context behind it. York Notes give you everything you need in order to achieve top grades in exam and essay questions about Power and Conflict, and the Study Guide also includes essential help with dealing with the ‘unseen’ part of the exam too.

Examiners marking your Power and Conflict GCSE questions will be looking for your ability to analyse poems and also to compare and contrast them. You will need to show an understanding of the poet’s message and how they use the speaker’s voice to convey their ideas – GCSE students who can successfully pick out language techniques and show their effects are more likely to receive the top grades.

York Notes for GCSE: Power and Conflict is designed to help you craft the best possible answers, which clearly demonstrate your knowledge to the examiner. Inside you’ll find plenty of examples as well as lots of help with writing about themes and techniques, comparing poems, and applying contexts. The guide not only covers the poems themselves but also all the key skills required to fulfil your potential in your English Literature exam.

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York Notes for GCSE are comprehensive, easy to use and will help you achieve the best possible grades. Written by GCSE examiners and teachers to give you an expert understanding of the text and the exam, they include:

  • sample answers
  • essay plans
  • specialist guidance on understanding exam questions, together with key quotations, checklists, study tips and grade boosters
  • revision activities and checkpoints

Everything you need to help you learn, revise effectively and write the very best answers in your Power and Conflict English Literature GCSE (Grades 9-1).  

York Notes AQA Anthology: Power and Conflict (Grades 9–1) GCSE Book Cover
ISBN9781292138053
Pub DateJuly 2016
Pages96
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