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Cambridge IGCSE® Literature in English Workbook
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  • ISBN:9781107532809
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):English Literature
  • Qualification:Cambridge IGCSE
  • Author(s):Russell Carey
  • Available from: March 2015

Provides full support for students and teachers of the Cambridge IGCSE® Literature in English syllabus.

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  • DESCRIPTION

    In combination with the Cambridge IGCSE Literature in English Coursebook this Workbook will enable students to prepare and practice, giving them confidence in the classroom and a wider enjoyment of literature.Cambridge IGCSE Literature in English Workbook gives students a wide range of activities to practice interpreting texts, asking questions when analysing extracts and additional support for essay writing. It includes a variety of text extracts from around the world, and extra support for students, particularly in areas which may require additional support such as poetry, drama and unseen extracts.

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  • FEATURES
    • Written by Russell Carey, who is an experienced teacher and has delivered training courses in the UK and internationally.

    • The Workbook follows the same structure as the Coursebook so perfectly complements and completes the series.

    • The Workbook has particular focus on those aspects of the Cambridge International Examinations course that students struggle with most; unseen poetry and analysis of plays.

  • CONTENTS
    • How this workbook can help you
    • Support for your study
    • Responding to Poetry
    • Responding to Prose
    • Responding to Drama.

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