Using a range of texts catered for various needs and tastes, this international GCSE qualification takes a skills-based approach to the study of English literature that is consistent across the genres.
The qualification features a focus on independent research and learning, including the development of study skills, providing an invaluable preparation for higher level study.
The alternative Non-Exam Assessment (NEA) option to part of Paper 2 gives teachers freedom of choice in texts, allowing them to choose those best suited to the interests and needs of their students.
This qualification is available for teaching now in Bahrain, China, Egypt, Indonesia, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.
Unit 1: Prose and drama
Unit 2a: Poetry and unseen texts
Unit 1: Prose and drama
Unit 2b: Poetry
Unit 3: Non-exam assessment
Students will study the Oxford AQA Exams Poetry Anthology People and Places.
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