An Inspector Calls: A5 Revision Cards for GCSE English Literature

An Inspector Calls: A5 Revision Cards for GCSE English LiteratureDouble-sided revision cards covering all key aspects of An Inspector Calls for GCSE English Literature. Flexible, bite-sized format makes revision manageable and achievable.

Wide-ranging activities encourage both independent thought and productive group discussion. Detailed answers are provided throughout to consolidate and expand learning.

Covers all criteria for:

  • AQA
  • Edexcel
  • WJEC
  • Eduqas
  • OCR

Carefully matched to the AOs covering:

  • Characters
  • Key events
  • Key themes
  • The writer’s use of language, structure and form
  • Relevant contexts
  • Reception over time
  • … and more!

And after all that revision, students can complete their exam preparation with a series of practice essay questions!

All provided as photocopy masters in both A5 double-sided and A4 single-sided format.

Comprehensive. I loved how there were different sections for each of the themes, characters, plot etc. This shows the author’s great attention to detail. It’s also an indication of just how thoroughly the author knows the AQA exam content. Incredibly detailed and impressive… I liked the questions after each section and how each part of the play had been broken down into smaller digestible sections. This makes revision much easier for students to handle… could work as an aid for teachers holding revision sessions whereby parts of the resource could be withheld and then gradually shared. – G Senussi , Teacher & Peer Reviewer

Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.

Price is £59
Click here for full details and to order.

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