GCSE English Literature Power and Conflict Poetry model answers are perfect for mock exam preparation, revision and last-minute exam practice.
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Each chapter contains an exam task and a planning checklist designed to help students do regular timed writing practice. There are also fifteen complete model essays, based on recent exam questions, to help students understand what a good essay looks like. Each model essay demonstrates what the examiners are looking for:
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- an informed personal response
- use of textual references, including embedded quotations
- analysis of language, form and structure
- relevant subject terminology where appropriate
- demonstration of relationship between text and context
- accurate spelling and punctuation
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- Effects of war
- Ideas about power
- People affected by war
- Difficult experiences
- Power of the natural world
- Effects of conflict on people
- Identity and ideas
- Powerful people
- Strength and fragility
- Power of nature
- Duty and loyalty
- Attitudes to war
- Power and control
- Sense of place
- Chaos of war