Finding a Voice: Personal Response to A Level English
Nelson Thornes, 1998 - 223 pages
This resource can be used alongside any text or course as it offers approaches to literature and non-fiction that are not text or board specific. It includes an extensive range of ideas and activities to enhance individual and group work. The book covers all aspects of A-Level and Higher specifications. Includes examples of exam preparation, real students' answers and help with essay plans.
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