It is brought to you by experienced head of English and exam board specification writer, Stephen Lucas and Dr Laura Salisbury, Senior Lecturer in English Literature at Exeter University Animal Farm, by George Orwell, is one of the great dystopian novels of it's time and is layered with many different meanings, making it a joy to read and to interpret.
Our audio tutorials, written by Aimee Coelho, a passionate English Teacher at Millfield and additionally an exam board examiner (so she knows exactly what is required for your examination), will furnish you with everything you need for your GCSE coursework and exam preparation.
In this series we examine all the key aspects that you will need to know and understand for GCSE English Literature, ranging from its context, major themes, character analysis and look at all the different chapters.
It's penultimate tutorial examines some of the most pertinent of quotations, including; "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.”, which gives a clue to the type of book it is.
Jane Eyre is a turbulent love story with many different themes, twists and compelling characters, making it a fascinating novel to study.
In our tutorial series, written by Charlotte Unsworth, an experienced English teacher, we will analyse the key characters and themes within Jane Eyre, as well as having a detailed look at the importance of the settings.Each series is broken down into individual tutorials, examining core elements of the text, such as analysis of key characters, the context, the structure and form, key themes and individual chapters and scenes.OCR has just endorsed our Macbeth series.***All Introductory tutorials are free to listen - just head over to the series of your choice, press play and get a flavour*** provide both teachers and students with a resource that can help throughout a period of study and for exam preparation. Hyde, or sometimes known more simply as Jekyll & Hyde has entertained readers for over 100 years.Our authors, Catherine Hartley and Stella Vassiliou, two fabulous teachers (both 1st class honours graduates from Oxbridge) bring to life and explain one of Shakespeare's most famous tragedies.We are also honoured to have the renowned Shakespearean actor, Guy Henry, play Macbeth throughout the series.Never Let Me Go is the haunting story of a group of friends whose purpose in life is far removed from that which any of us might expect.The GCSE podcast series for Ishiguro’s novel will take you on a journey through the book and help you prepare for your exams at the end of the school year.We are delighted that this teaching and learning tool is endorsed by OCR for use with specification J352 GCSE English Literature.Welcome to our series on the OCR Poetry Anthology Love and Relationships.We finish with a tutorial that has been designed to help approach exam questions. A group of teenagers do something bad, really bad, then panic and cover the whole thing up.But when they find out that the cover-up unites them and brings harmony to their once fractious lives, where’s the incentive to put things right?