This qualification approaches the reading and study of literature through the lens of genre and theory. It encourages the independent study of a range of texts within a shared context, giving logic and meaning to the way that texts are grouped for study.
The text lists for this qualification have been designed to ensure teachers have the right balance of traditional and contemporary prose and poetry. The non-examination assessment component provides opportunities for teachers to tailor the course to their students' strengths and interests.
This qualification is available for teaching from September 2017 in Bahrain, China, Egypt, Indonesia, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.
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See the text lists in our Place in Literary Texts: Robert Frost anthology and our Place in Literary Texts: Seamus Heaneyology. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive full anthologies (available to approved centres only).
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See how the International AS / A-level English Literature specification will be assessed, so you can help your students prepare to sit their exams.
Prepare your students in exam technique with the help of exemplar student answers and examiner commentaries that show how examiners interpret the mark scheme.
Our free Enhanced Results Analysis tool (ERA) gives you instant analysis of your students’ results. You’ll see how students performed in each unit, topic and marks they received for each question. This allows you to see which questions proved the most challenging, or how different classes performed, so you know what areas to focus on in following years. The tool will be available following published results from the first cohort of International AS / A-level English Literature students.
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