The Alexander Shakespeare - The Tempest: (CSEC edition)

Paperback

This edition contains the full text of The Tempest with clear and supportive notes. A detailed introduction and a guide to each act and scene give you everything you need to study the play for CSEC® English B.

  • Understand the language of the play with clear notes on each page.
  • Learn about Shakespeare’s world and the context of the play in the lively introduction.
  • Get to grips with characters, themes and dramatic techniques with a guide to each scene.
  • Trace the development of themes across the play with succinct summaries and links to the key scenes.
  • Prepare for your final examinations with practice exam questions and annotated sample responses to show you how to improve your work.

RRP: £8.99

ISBN

978-0-00-826830-5

Publication Date

14-12-2017

Format

Paperback

Pages

288 pages

Dimensions

147x210mm

Author

William Shakespeare, Introduction and notes by Gareth Calway, Volume editor Dorothy L. Warner and Anieta Bailey, Notes by Mike Gould, Edited by Peter Alexander

Dorothy L. Warner is a dedicated educator who has been involved in the teaching of English Language and Literature. Additionally, she has served as Coordinator of activities in Language Arts which involves creating, monitoring and assessing curriculum. Mrs. Warner continues to prepare candidates for CSEC English A examinations and is dedicated to providing a realistic and supportive structure in which students can achieve success.Gareth Calway is an educational author and a former Head of English and Drama who taught for 27 years in comprehensive schools during which time he was an English Literature examiner for A level examination boards in England and Wales. He has published nine books of poetry and the children’s story Bound for Jamaica (Collins, 2011). Gareth is now a youth theatre director and writes and performs commissioned shows.Mike Gould is an educational consultant, and has written widely for students and teachers in the UK and internationally. A former Head of Department, he has also lectured in English at university, trained teachers, and been involved in curriculum and exam development for the UK government.Anieta R. Bailey has over a decade of dedicated service in the Education System as a teacher of English Language, Literature, Communication Studies and Literatures in English at the Secondary School Level, where she has prepared students for regional examinations. She also has extensive experience teaching Language, Literature and Literacy based courses at the university and teacher training college levels. Ms Bailey annually organises teacher and student development workshops on the areas of Language for Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate Exams and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations.In 2014 she was awarded as Jamaica’s top teacher in the LASCO/ Ministry of Education Teacher of the Year Competition.

Product Description

This edition contains the full text of The Tempest with clear and supportive notes. A detailed introduction and a guide to each act and scene give you everything you need to study the play for CSEC® English B.

  • Understand the language of the play with clear notes on each page.
  • Learn about Shakespeare’s world and the context of the play in the lively introduction.
  • Get to grips with characters, themes and dramatic techniques with a guide to each scene.
  • Trace the development of themes across the play with succinct summaries and links to the key scenes.
  • Prepare for your final examinations with practice exam questions and annotated sample responses to show you how to improve your work.

ISBN

978-0-00-826830-5

Publication Date

14-12-2017

Format

Paperback

Pages

288 pages

Dimensions

147x210mm

Product Description

This edition contains the full text of The Tempest with clear and supportive notes. A detailed introduction and a guide to each act and scene give you everything you need to study the play for CSEC® English B.

  • Understand the language of the play with clear notes on each page.
  • Learn about Shakespeare’s world and the context of the play in the lively introduction.
  • Get to grips with characters, themes and dramatic techniques with a guide to each scene.
  • Trace the development of themes across the play with succinct summaries and links to the key scenes.
  • Prepare for your final examinations with practice exam questions and annotated sample responses to show you how to improve your work.

Author

William Shakespeare, Introduction and notes by Gareth Calway, Volume editor Dorothy L. Warner and Anieta Bailey, Notes by Mike Gould, Edited by Peter Alexander

Dorothy L. Warner is a dedicated educator who has been involved in the teaching of English Language and Literature. Additionally, she has served as Coordinator of activities in Language Arts which involves creating, monitoring and assessing curriculum. Mrs. Warner continues to prepare candidates for CSEC English A examinations and is dedicated to providing a realistic and supportive structure in which students can achieve success.Gareth Calway is an educational author and a former Head of English and Drama who taught for 27 years in comprehensive schools during which time he was an English Literature examiner for A level examination boards in England and Wales. He has published nine books of poetry and the children’s story Bound for Jamaica (Collins, 2011). Gareth is now a youth theatre director and writes and performs commissioned shows.Mike Gould is an educational consultant, and has written widely for students and teachers in the UK and internationally. A former Head of Department, he has also lectured in English at university, trained teachers, and been involved in curriculum and exam development for the UK government.Anieta R. Bailey has over a decade of dedicated service in the Education System as a teacher of English Language, Literature, Communication Studies and Literatures in English at the Secondary School Level, where she has prepared students for regional examinations. She also has extensive experience teaching Language, Literature and Literacy based courses at the university and teacher training college levels. Ms Bailey annually organises teacher and student development workshops on the areas of Language for Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate Exams and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations.In 2014 she was awarded as Jamaica’s top teacher in the LASCO/ Ministry of Education Teacher of the Year Competition.