Collins Classroom Classics - Romeo and Juliet ebook: Course licence (Collins ebook edition)

ebook

Exam board: AQA, Edexcel, OCR, Eduqas; Cambridge Assessment International Education
Level & Subject: GCSE 9-1 English Literature; IGCSE Literature in English
First teaching: September 2015; September 2018
First examination: June 2017; June 2020 and 2021

This edition of Romeo and Juliet is perfect for GCSE-level students, with the complete play in an accessible format, on-page notes, introduction setting the context, timeline, character and theme indexes.

  • Affordable high quality complete play for Romeo and Juliet, ideal for GCSE 9-1 and IGCSE
  • Demystify vocabulary with notes on the page and concise commentary
  • Set the scene with perfectly pitched introductions that introduce key contexts, concerns and stylistic features, and examine different performances and interpretations
  • Recall plot summaries at the beginning of each scene
  • Support GCSE revision and essay writing with theme and character indexes
  • Help students with social, historical and literary context with the bespoke timeline of Shakespeare’s life and times

RRP: £1.75

ISBN

978-0-00-843770-1

Publication Date

01-06-2020

Format

ebook

Pages

288 pages

Product Description

Exam board: AQA, Edexcel, OCR, Eduqas; Cambridge Assessment International Education
Level & Subject: GCSE 9-1 English Literature; IGCSE Literature in English
First teaching: September 2015; September 2018
First examination: June 2017; June 2020 and 2021

This edition of Romeo and Juliet is perfect for GCSE-level students, with the complete play in an accessible format, on-page notes, introduction setting the context, timeline, character and theme indexes.

  • Affordable high quality complete play for Romeo and Juliet, ideal for GCSE 9-1 and IGCSE
  • Demystify vocabulary with notes on the page and concise commentary
  • Set the scene with perfectly pitched introductions that introduce key contexts, concerns and stylistic features, and examine different performances and interpretations
  • Recall plot summaries at the beginning of each scene
  • Support GCSE revision and essay writing with theme and character indexes
  • Help students with social, historical and literary context with the bespoke timeline of Shakespeare’s life and times

Author

William Shakespeare, Edited by Peter Alexander, Introduction by Mark Roberts, Notes by Mike Gould and Collins GCSE

Mark Roberts is Assistant Principal and teaches English at Tavistock College in Devon. As well as writing for TES magazine on educational issues, he also contributes to emagazine, the magazine for A level English students. His book Boys Don't Try? Rethinking Masculinity in Schools is published by Routledge.