Barking College

A2 English Literature

Barking College
In Romford

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Typology A Level
Location Romford
Duration 36 Weeks
  • A Level
  • Romford
  • Duration:
    36 Weeks
Description

Violence; murder; passion; love; revenge are just some of the themes you will consider as you study poetry, drama and novels from different historical periods, exploring what they mean to you as a critical, intelligent, modern reader. Texts studied this year include a 17th Century play about greed, some 19th Century poetry about anger and two 20th Century novels about the future."

Important information

Government funding available

Facilities (1)
Where and when
Starts Location
On request
Romford
Barking And Dagenham College,Dagenham Road, RM7 0XU, Essex, England
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Starts On request
Location
Romford
Barking And Dagenham College,Dagenham Road, RM7 0XU, Essex, England
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To take into account

· Requirements

Must have passed AS English Literature

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Course programme


A Levels - Tutorials - A2 Level
A2 English Literature(2010/2011)
Study Method:
Reading, essay writing, discussion and debate, group work, presentations, reading and writing exercises and videos, educational visits to theatres and war museums.

Duration :36 weeks
Who the Course is For:
Students who like to read, study poetry, drama and novels from different historical periods
Assessment:
There are three units
Option 1 - all three units will be assessed via exam
or
Option 2 - two units via exam and one via coursework.
Course Leads To:
University
Entry Requirements:
Must have passed AS English Literature
Content:
Violence; murder; passion; love; revenge are just some of the themes you will consider as you study poetry, drama and novels from different historical periods, exploring what they mean to you as a critical, intelligent, modern reader.
Texts studied this year include a 17th Century play about greed, some 19th Century poetry about anger and two 20th Century novels about the future."


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