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Asked by Usman · 5 months ago

What is class room assessment techniques?

Hi- these are strategies use by teachers and tutors to see if you have understood their lesson. These are separate from exam assessment which teachers and tutors use to give your a grade on a paper! So, this might be written feedback/marking, true/false questions, recap quizzes. I use them at the start of my sessions to check you have remembered what we covered last week.

English

Asked by Lorna · 5 months ago

I have my resit for English Lit in a month and I feel like I’ve forgotten everything, I’ve even lost my books with my annotations, I feel like I have so much to revise that I don’t know where to start. I got a 6 last time and this time I need an 8-9?

Hi- my top three tips for those grade 8-9 responses ✅ know shorter quotes that most students won’t use. Avoid the obvious ones e.g in Macbeth “A dagger I see before me.” ✅ provide a compelling introduction that sets out your argument “Most interpretations of Romeo and Juliet have seen it is a classic love, however, at its core, it is a deeply violent play in the context of political turmoil.”... more

English

Asked by Grace · 5 months ago

To what extent can sheila be seen as weak?

Good question because typically by the end of the play she is seen as quite a strong character. 💍 at the start of the text she appears materialistic- enthralled by the ring given to her by Gerald. This suggests she is used to a luxurious life and perhaps has faced few challenges. 🎁 when she goes shopping for clothes at Milford’s she becomes quickly jealous in response to Eva Smith. This both... more

English

Asked by Laiba · 5 months ago

How does priestley present mr birling as an important character?

Mr Birling’s dramatic function in the play is to highlight the flaws and hypocrisy in capitalism as Priestly saw it. Focus on three main areas: ⏱💬 the dramatic irony at the start of the play. Birling makes several long speeches from the perspective of an Edwardian on the First World War, the Titantic and labour relations. A post-war audience would know his predictions are wrong. Link this point... more

Politics

Asked by Jeniffer · 4 months ago

At what point can a minority or individual prevent the majority from its right in a democracy from expressing its popular will?

To answer this question I would suggest you start by definition of the key terms with a representative example for each. For the purposes of your discussion, how are your defining a majority vs a minority? Democracy is also a broad term than would benefit from some clarification. You might also need to state why answering this question is important and why this question is particularly pertinent f... more

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Jane Cahill Pro

Expert English teacher and leader (7 years); University of Oxford and UCL grad; competitive debater.

1298Students helped
5Questions answered
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