Cart 0

Cambridge Online Education

Cambridge GCE AS A LEVEL English Literature 9695 - ONLINE TUTOR SUPPORTED COURSE



Receive the same GCE A LEVEL ENGLISH LITERATURE 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 LITERATURE from accessing online lessons recorded by a top qualified, experienced subject specialist teacher.

This course includes:


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


The Teacher

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

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 passionate about 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.


Paper One: Passages

• The paper contains three questions.

• Candidates answer two questions

: Question 1, and either Question 2 or Question 3

• Questions carry equal marks. Each question is based on one passage (or thematically related shorter passages) printed in the question paper.

Texts will be drawn from a range of English language sources such as advertisements, brochures, leaflets, editorials, news stories, articles, reviews, blogs, investigative journalism, letters, podcasts, (auto) biographies, diaries, essays, scripted speech (e.g. a speech by a politician) and narrative/descriptive writing

Each question is in two parts:

(a) commentary on the use of language in the passage(s). [15 marks]

(b) directed writing task based on the passage(s). [10 marks]

In all questions, candidates are required to:

• identify distinguishing features of the texts, relate them to the function and context of the writing, and organise information in their answers

• comment on aspects such as vocabulary, fi gurative language (e.g. use of metaphor and simile), word ordering and sentence structure, formality/informality of tone, and the communication of attitudes, bias or prejudice, structure

• write for a specific purpose and/or audience using appropriate vocabulary, tone, and style

Candidates are advised to spend approximately 15 minutes reading the whole paper before they begin writing.Dictionaries may not be used.

Paper Two: Writing

The paper contains two sections:

Section A and Section B. There are three questions in each section.

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

• Questions carry equal marks.

Section A: Imaginative writing (i.e. imaginative/descriptive)

Candidates choose one out of three questions.

Questions require a narrative or descriptive piece of continuous writing of 600–900 words (or two shorter linked pieces of 300–450 words).

Candidates are required to show that they can write imaginatively, using language to create deliberate effects, e.g. in conveying a mood or describing a character.

Section B: Writing for an audience (i.e. discursive/argumentative)

Candidates choose one out of three questions.

A list of examination centres is included in this course.


Download Specification and view course information

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

Share this Product

More from this collection