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Every week we publish resources covering key A-level and GCSE topics; see our latest resources page for the full gamut.

Some recent favourites which have caught our eye can be found below, including 100 revision questions for Edexcel poetry and a workbook for The Merchant of Venice.

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Featured resources

Practice exam question: attitudes to gender roles

A question on gender roles in All My Sons in the style of the Edexcel English Language and Literature A-level syllabus, with suggested answers.

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100 revision questions

100 questions to test students' knowledge of the poems from the Edexcel relationships cluster.

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Practice exam questions for WJEC Eduqas English Lit GCSE

Two exam-style questions suitable for the Eduqas specification. The questions explore how the author builds tension and Arthur as the narrator.

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Act 4 workbook (The Merchant of Venice)

A selection of comprehension activities for the whole act, with supporting teaching notes.

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Teaching packs

We now have 25 teaching packs published on Teachit English. If you bought all of the packs you would pay £355, but with a Teachit subcription (from just £55) you can access all the packs for free!

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Support, resources and events to help you make the most of the summer term

 

The summer term is always busy with lots going on! As we all gear up towards the exam and awarding season, things can feel challenging and confusing. We’re here to make that journey a bit easier.

Take a look at our update for GCSE English, which contains the information and resources that you’ll get the most from at this time of the teaching year.

From new specimen papers, to example student responses and summer networking events, we’ve got you covered.

If you’re teaching with us then make sure you’ve made time to read it at the start of this busy term.

Read our GCSE English update >

 

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