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Key Stage 4 resources by Coleridge Press help support the teaching of GCSE skills and texts, in many cases catering for the differing needs of Foundation and Higher Tier pupils.  New resources are designed with the 2012 syllabus in mind.
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A Study Guide to Blood Brothers for GCSE:  All Tiers
A Study Guide to Blood Brothers for GCSE: All Tiers (Spiral Bound)
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Act-by-act summaries and commentaries as well as character analysis of Mrs Johnstone, Mrs Lyons, Mickey, Edward, Linda and the Narrator will help your understanding of the text. Themes, contexts, settings and language sections will be invaluable in achieving exam success.

The exam section gives you advice on answering the essay and extract questions as well as tips on attaining higher grades.
A Study Guide to Blood Brothers for GCSE
A Study Guide to Blood Brothers for GCSE: All Tiers (Downloadable)
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Blood Brothers by Willy Russel is a favourite for study at English Literature GCSE with the WJEC board.
A Study Guide to An Inspector Calls for GCSE
A Study Guide to An Inspector Calls for GCSE: All Tiers (Downloadable)
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An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley is a play full of mystery and social comment, set in Edwardian England but written in the 1940s.
A Study Guide to Animal Farm for GCSE
A Study Guide to Animal Farm for GCSE: All Tiers (Downloadable)
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Animal Farm by George Orwell is a allegorical novel written in 1945 set on a farm whose animals revolt against their human master.
GCSE in the Everyday World
GCSE English in the Everyday World: Foundation Tier (Downloadable)
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This resource focuses on non-fiction for GCSE.The key areas of READING, WRITING, SPEAKING and LISTENING are covered using a wide range of non-fiction materials in a variety of media-such as web articles, advertisements, reviews, speeches, blogs and podcasts for analysis and discussion.
GCSE in the Everyday World:  Higher Tier
GCSE English in the Everyday World: Higher Tier (Downloadable)
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This resource focuses on non-fiction for GCSE.The key areas of READING, WRITING, SPEAKING and LISTENING are covered using a wide range of non-fiction materials in a variety of media-such as web articles, advertisements, reviews, speeches, blogs and podcasts for analysis and discussion.
A Study Guide to Macbeth for GCSE:  All Tiers
A Study Guide to Macbeth for GCSE: All Tiers (Downloadable)
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This resource offers suitable support for the study of Macbeth for GCSE examination or controlled assessment.
A Study Guide to Of Mice and Men for Key Stage 4:  Higher Tier
A Study Guide to Of Mice and Men at Key Stage 4: Higher Tier (Downloadable)
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Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck is a novella about friendship, set in California during the the depression of the 1930s.
A Study Guide to Of Mice and Men at Key Stage 4:  Foundation Tier
A Study Guide to Of Mice and Men at Key Stage 4: Foundation Tier (Downloadable)
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Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck is a novella about friendship, set in California during the the depression of the 1930s.
A Study Guide to Stone Cold at Key Stage 4
A Study Guide to Stone Cold at Key Stage 4 (Downloadable)
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Stone Cold by Robert Swindells is a novel about homelessness, written in 1993 and set on the streets of London.