- Subject(s):English Literature
- Qualification:IB Diploma
- Author(s):David James, Nic Amy
- Available from: August 2011
For students studying the revised Language A Literature syllabus in English for the IB Diploma.
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English Literature for the IB Diploma is a clear, well-structured and in-depth guide to studying the revised Language A Literature syllabus (from 2011). Written by experienced, practising IB English teachers, English Literature for the IB Diploma covers all parts of the Literature programme at both Standard and Higher Levels, and contains a wide range of text extracts including works originally written in English and World literature in translation.English Literature for the IB Diploma is a clear and concise guide. Integrated into the coursebook are information and guidance on assessment, Theory of Knowledge opportunities, Extended Essay suggestions, and activities to help students read, think, discuss, write and present ideas.
Activities to help students read, think, discuss, write and present ideas.
Annotated texts, highlighting key features and author techniques.
Information and guidance on assessment, explaining the syllabus in practice.
Materials for exam preparation, covering each assessment type.
Timed essay boxes, encouraging practice under exam conditions.
Sample student work, providing examples for reference and criticism.
Definitions of key terms in the margin for easy reference, as well as a full glossary.
Theory of Knowledge boxes with question ideas to stimulate thought. Extended Essay ideas linking to Creativity Activity Service to explore for English Literature.
- 1. Works in translation
- 2. Detailed study
- 3. Literary genres
- 4. Options
- 5. Paper – unseen literary analysis
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