A Level English Literature (including exam)

A Level English Literature (including exam)

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  • Accreditation by Stonebridge Associated Colleges
  • 400 guided learning hours

A Level English Literature (including exam)

Key Points

  • Explore the rich history of English literature
  • Boost your communication and analytical skills
  • Unlock access to university and exciting career opportunities

 

  • AQA exams included (AQA Specification: 7707)
  • Build a strong understanding of literature for further study
  • Enjoy full tutor support and 24/7 online access to course materials

Studying your A Level

A Level English Literature will challenge you to examine texts and explore the meaning and motivations behind them.

Understanding the context in which something is written is a key element in literature. This enables you to draw out patterns using a variety of reading strategies and perspectives.

During your studies, you will explore the work of Shakespeare, World War l literature and literature from 1945 onwards.

You’ll develop your analytical skills and be able to compare a broad range of writing styles and themes. You’ll also gain a comprehensive understanding of the fascinating history of literature.

AQA Exams are included within the price of this course. The exams consist of the following:

  • Questions on prose set text
  • Questions on poetry set text
  • Creative writing using prompt
  • Critical commentary

Your exams will be at an exam centre near to you. We will aim to find you a place within 50 miles of your postcode, subject to centre capacity and exam availability. 

Throughout the exams, you’ll need to demonstrate your understanding of literary analysis and evaluation. As well as engage creatively and critically with a wide range of texts.

The course will advance your communication and research skills for both professional and academic life.

Getting Started

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is one of the UK’s leading online learning providers. Online learning means you can engage with your studies whenever works best for you.

You won’t have to worry about fitting in a class into an already packed schedule as you’re in control. You’re able to set the right pace and learn in an enjoyable way.

You won’t have to worry about travelling to class or sit in a draughty room as the teacher drones on for an hour or two. You’re able to study from the comfort of your own home.

Although distance education is a more independent learning style that doesn’t mean you’ll be completely alone. A dedicated tutor will provide subject expertise, constructive feedback and support whenever you need.

As you progress through your course, you will study the following modules:

  • Introduction to English Literature
  • Death of a Salesman (drama text)
  • John Keats (pre-1900 text)
  • Othello
  • Analysis of language
  • Aspects of tragedy in Othello - Themes for discussion
  • Crime writing as a genre
  • The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
  • When Will There Be Good News? (post-2000 text)
  • George Crabbe, Robert Browning and Oscar Wilde (pre-1900 text)
  • Coursework Component
  • Comparison of one poetry and one prose text, informed by school of literary criticism
  • Exam preparation

At the end of each unit there is an assignment to complete. Once this has been completed and submitted to your tutor he or she will respond with your grade as well as detailed feedback. Following successful completion of each unit you’ll be exam ready!

A Level English Literature (including exam)

Key Points

  • Explore the rich history of English literature
  • Boost your communication and analytical skills
  • Unlock access to university and exciting career opportunities

 

  • AQA exams included (AQA Specification: 7707)
  • Build a strong understanding of literature for further study
  • Enjoy full tutor support and 24/7 online access to course materials

Studying your A Level

A Level English Literature will challenge you to examine texts and explore the meaning and motivations behind them.

Understanding the context in which something is written is a key element in literature. This enables you to draw out patterns using a variety of reading strategies and perspectives.

During your studies, you will explore the work of Shakespeare, World War l literature and literature from 1945 onwards.

You’ll develop your analytical skills and be able to compare a broad range of writing styles and themes. You’ll also gain a comprehensive understanding of the fascinating history of literature.

AQA Exams are included within the price of this course. The exams consist of the following:

  • Questions on prose set text
  • Questions on poetry set text
  • Creative writing using prompt
  • Critical commentary

Your exams will be at an exam centre near to you. We will aim to find you a place within 50 miles of your postcode, subject to centre capacity and exam availability. 

Throughout the exams, you’ll need to demonstrate your understanding of literary analysis and evaluation. As well as engage creatively and critically with a wide range of texts.

The course will advance your communication and research skills for both professional and academic life.

Getting Started

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is one of the UK’s leading online learning providers. Online learning means you can engage with your studies whenever works best for you.

You won’t have to worry about fitting in a class into an already packed schedule as you’re in control. You’re able to set the right pace and learn in an enjoyable way.

You won’t have to worry about travelling to class or sit in a draughty room as the teacher drones on for an hour or two. You’re able to study from the comfort of your own home.

Although distance education is a more independent learning style that doesn’t mean you’ll be completely alone. A dedicated tutor will provide subject expertise, constructive feedback and support whenever you need.

As you progress through your course, you will study the following modules:

  • Introduction to English Literature
  • Death of a Salesman (drama text)
  • John Keats (pre-1900 text)
  • Othello
  • Analysis of language
  • Aspects of tragedy in Othello - Themes for discussion
  • Crime writing as a genre
  • The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
  • When Will There Be Good News? (post-2000 text)
  • George Crabbe, Robert Browning and Oscar Wilde (pre-1900 text)
  • Coursework Component
  • Comparison of one poetry and one prose text, informed by school of literary criticism
  • Exam preparation

At the end of each unit there is an assignment to complete. Once this has been completed and submitted to your tutor he or she will respond with your grade as well as detailed feedback. Following successful completion of each unit you’ll be exam ready!

Fees

Choose your method of payment for A Level English Literature (including exam)

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£999.99 £999.99
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Note : If you opt to study via the paper based method there is an additional postage charge which will be highlighted during the checkout.
(Royal Mail First Class = £10 per course or Royal Mail Second Class = £5 per course, Overseas = £25).
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