Collins GCSE Grade 9-1 Revision - You can’t revise for GCSE 9-1 English! Yes you can, and Mark Roberts shows you how: Ideal for the 2024 and 2025 exams

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Brilliant revision strategies for GCSE 9-1 English that really work!

Students often tell teacher Mark Roberts that they find it hard to revise for GCSE English. This guide will show you why that is a common misconception, and that all you need is an organised, step-by-step approach to your English revision!

Shortlisted for the Education Resources Awards 2021

· Discover how to banish ineffective revision and use study skills that will help you to do brilliantly in your exams

· Understand what really successful students do to help them towards top grades in GCSE English

· Implement practice methods that actually improve your memory

Read this book to find out more!

Chapter 1. Effective revision for English exams

Chapter 2. Organising your notes and annotations

Chapter 3. Memorising quotes

Chapter 4. Exploding your quotes

Chapter 5. Building up a bank of ‘killer quotes’

Chapter 6. Using context successfully

Chapter 7, Improving practice essays

Chapter 8. Getting ready for the unseen texts

Chapter 9. Preparing for the creative writing questions

Chapter 10. Taking care of yourself and coping with exams

RRP: £7.99

ISBN

978-0-00-839280-2

Publication Date

25-06-2020

Format

Paperback

Pages

104 pages

Dimensions

129x198mm

Author

Mark Roberts and Collins GCSE

Mark is currently Director of Research at a school in Northern Ireland, an English teacher and writer. He was previously Assistant Principal at a mixed 11–18 comprehensive school in Devon and prior to that he worked at an inner-city comprehensive for boys in Manchester. Mark writes a blog about teaching English, writes for Emag (the English Media Centre A Level magazine) as well as contributing regularly to TES on subjects including pedagogy, behaviour, leadership, and educational research. He is one half of the fantastic author team behind ‘Boys Don't Try? Rethinking Masculinity in Schools’.

Product Description

Brilliant revision strategies for GCSE 9-1 English that really work!

Students often tell teacher Mark Roberts that they find it hard to revise for GCSE English. This guide will show you why that is a common misconception, and that all you need is an organised, step-by-step approach to your English revision!

Shortlisted for the Education Resources Awards 2021

· Discover how to banish ineffective revision and use study skills that will help you to do brilliantly in your exams

· Understand what really successful students do to help them towards top grades in GCSE English

· Implement practice methods that actually improve your memory

Read this book to find out more!

Chapter 1. Effective revision for English exams

Chapter 2. Organising your notes and annotations

Chapter 3. Memorising quotes

Chapter 4. Exploding your quotes

Chapter 5. Building up a bank of ‘killer quotes’

Chapter 6. Using context successfully

Chapter 7, Improving practice essays

Chapter 8. Getting ready for the unseen texts

Chapter 9. Preparing for the creative writing questions

Chapter 10. Taking care of yourself and coping with exams

ISBN

978-0-00-839280-2

Publication Date

25-06-2020

Format

Paperback

Pages

104 pages

Dimensions

129x198mm

Product Description

Brilliant revision strategies for GCSE 9-1 English that really work!

Students often tell teacher Mark Roberts that they find it hard to revise for GCSE English. This guide will show you why that is a common misconception, and that all you need is an organised, step-by-step approach to your English revision!

Shortlisted for the Education Resources Awards 2021

· Discover how to banish ineffective revision and use study skills that will help you to do brilliantly in your exams

· Understand what really successful students do to help them towards top grades in GCSE English

· Implement practice methods that actually improve your memory

Read this book to find out more!

Chapter 1. Effective revision for English exams

Chapter 2. Organising your notes and annotations

Chapter 3. Memorising quotes

Chapter 4. Exploding your quotes

Chapter 5. Building up a bank of ‘killer quotes’

Chapter 6. Using context successfully

Chapter 7, Improving practice essays

Chapter 8. Getting ready for the unseen texts

Chapter 9. Preparing for the creative writing questions

Chapter 10. Taking care of yourself and coping with exams

Author

Mark Roberts and Collins GCSE

Mark is currently Director of Research at a school in Northern Ireland, an English teacher and writer. He was previously Assistant Principal at a mixed 11–18 comprehensive school in Devon and prior to that he worked at an inner-city comprehensive for boys in Manchester. Mark writes a blog about teaching English, writes for Emag (the English Media Centre A Level magazine) as well as contributing regularly to TES on subjects including pedagogy, behaviour, leadership, and educational research. He is one half of the fantastic author team behind ‘Boys Don't Try? Rethinking Masculinity in Schools’.