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WJEC Lang/Lit Critical Reading of Literary and Non-Literary Texts (LL1)

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Chapter 5 questions
A selection of questions on 'Cold Comfort Farm' with a language  … read more
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'A River Sutra' reading guide
A step-by-step guide on how to read the novel for study purposes.  … read more
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Exploring 'A River Sutra'
A two-part assignment sheet with the aim of broadening knowledge  … read more
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'A River Sutra' character assignment
A two part assignment that encourages students to explore a specific  … read more
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'A River Sutra' themes assignment
A two part assignment that encourages students to explore the  … read more
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Extract questions on 'A River Sutra'
An essay assignment based on exam-style questions for the first  … read more
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Students always enjoy anything with the word quiz in it and Text 26 multiple choice quiz doesn't disappoint. Put students into groups and allow them to discuss the three possible answers to these 14 open questions." 

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