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Cambridge GCE AS A LEVEL English Language 9093 - ONLINE TUTOR SUPPORTED COURSE

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Receive the same GCE A LEVEL ENGLISH LANGUAGE qualification certificate from Cambridge Exam Board as from any other conventional school but study for it from HOME. Accepted in almost all UK universities!

At Cambridge Online Education you will learn ENGLISH LANGUAGE from accessing online lessons recorded by a highly qualified, experienced subject specialist teacher.

This course includes:

A LEVEL ENGLISH LANGUAGE ONLINE COURSE - STUDY FROM HOME - GET TO UNIVERSITY

Optional face to face online tuition is also available for £15 per 30 min. tutorial as required.

THIS A LEVEL WILL HELP YOU GET TO UNIVERSITY

 

The Teacher

Head of English Cambridge Online Education A Level English Language Courses Online

My name is Natasha Tabani and I am Head of English at Cambridge Online Education. I lоve leаrning оf аll kinds аnd I hоpe tо pаss оn this enthusiаsm tо my students. Eаch persоn leаrns best in his оr her оwn pаrticulаr wаy, sо I prоvide persоnаlised lessоn plаns tо meet the individuаl needs оf my students.

I am an experienced teacher of English, a poet and writer. I аm also аn аspiring аcаdemic. I`m wоrking tоwаrds becоming аn English Literаture prоfessоr, where I wоuld split my time between teаching pаssiоnаte students аnd reseаrching оbscure tоpics.

I am a graduate of Kings College London and Bristol. I аm interested in film аnd music, аnd I`m аlwаys trying tо find new mоvies аnd musiciаns. My pаrtner is аn аrtist, we оften gо tо аrt gаlleries аnd оn cоuntry wаlks sо he cаn find interesting lаndscаpes аnd subjects tо pаint.

I аlsо аdоre аnimаls аnd vоlunteer аt а lоcаl rescue fаrm. I hаve twо cаts аnd а dоg, whо аre the lights оf my life.

COURSE OUTLINE

The course follows the current Cambridge International Exam (CIE) A Level 9093 specification.

Paper 3. Poetry and Prose

[This paper is timetabled with 8695 Paper 9 Poetry, Prose and Drama.]

The paper contains two sections: Section A: Poetry and Section B: Prose. Candidates answer two questions, each from a different section.

• An essay question and a passage-based question are set on each text.

• In all answers, candidates must show understanding of the text and an informed independent opinion; they must communicate these clearly and appropriately.

Questions will test candidates’ understanding of:

• the ways in which writers’ choices of form, structure and language shape meanings

• the language and style of texts

• the effective use of narrative methods

• how parts of the text relate to the work as a whole

Texts are not allowed in the examination room.

Dictionaries may not be used.

Set texts are listed in the section Set Texts for Cambridge International AS and A Level Literature in English.

Paper 4. Drama

Candidates answer two questions on two plays.

• An essay question and a passage-based question are set on each text.

• In all answers, candidates must show understanding of the text and an informed independent opinion; they must communicate these clearly and appropriately.

Questions will test candidates’ understanding of:

• the ways in which writers’ choices of form, structure and language shape meanings

• the language and style of texts

• the effective use of narrative methods

• how parts of the text relate to the work as a whole

• the dramatic qualities of play texts.Texts may not be taken into the examination room. 

Dictionaries may not be used.

Set texts are listed in the section Set Texts for Cambridge International AS and A Level Literature in English.

Paper 5. Shakespeare and other pre-20th Century Texts

This paper is divided into: Section A: Shakespeare Section B: other pre-20th Century Texts.

Candidates answer two questions: one question from Section A and one question from Section B.

At least one of the questions candidates answer must be a (b) passage-based question chosen from either Section A or Section B.

• An essay question and a passage-based question are set on each text.

• In all answers, candidates must show understanding of the text and an informed independent opinion; they must communicate these clearly and appropriately.

Questions will test candidates’ understanding of:

• the ways in which writers’ choices of form, structure and language shape meanings

• the language and style of texts

• the effective use of narrative methods

• how parts of the text relate to the work as a whole

• the dramatic qualities of play texts

• varying interpretation of texts.

Texts may not be taken into the examination room.

Dictionaries may not be used.

Set texts are listed in the section Set Texts for Cambridge International AS and A Level Literature in English.

Paper 6. 1900 to the Present

Candidates answer one question on each of two different texts.

• An essay question and a passage-based question are set on each text

.• In all answers, candidates must show understanding of the text and an informed independent opinion; they must communicate these clearly and appropriately 

Questions will test candidates’ understanding of:

• the ways in which writers’ choices of form, structure and language shape meanings

• the language and style of texts• the effective use of narrative methods

• how parts of the text relate to the work as a whole

• the dramatic qualities of play texts

• varying interpretation of texts.

Texts may not be taken into the examination room.

Dictionaries may not be used.

Set texts are listed in the section Set Texts for Cambridge International AS and A Level Literature in English.

A list of examination centres is included in this course.

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Recorded lessons produced by Cambridge Home School based in Cambridge UK - probably the best online school in the UK


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