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iGCSE English Literature - exams not included

This Course at a Glance

  • Explore centruries of the written word 
  • Gain an appreciation for how authors set scenes
  • Move on to Level 3 English courses and above
  • Globally recognised GCSE equivalent 
  • Online Study

About Your Course

The written word is powerful, can be complex, and can impact memory for many years. Through English Literature studies, you can learn how to use the written and spoken word to im[prove your communication abilities and giving you skills employers are looking for. 

Studying English Literature also allows you to experience history through the eyes of the author,  helping you to gain an appreciation for the complexity of human nature. 

You will gain an equivalent to a GCSE in English Literature that is recognised globally, by studying an International GCSE (iGCSE) in English Literature. The course is specifically designed to equip you for higher level study of English Literature by providing you with the perfect preparation for further learning. 

The course includes the study of poetry and modern prose, as well as modern drama and literary heritage texts. Through these, you will develop the ability to read and respond to various styles of literary texts from around the world. You will also gain an appreciation of the methods writers use to create literary effects.

This course is ideal preparation for English Literature studies at college and university. It has also been carefully prepared to ensure the online materials and texts studied are engaging, include a wide range of writers and are suitable for all students.

There are no entry requirements to enrol on this course. However, the assessments for this iGCSE are only available in English, and for this reason, each learner must be able to work in English.

It is recommended that learners can read and write in English at Level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

*You will have access to the course for 12 months only. You can purchase course extensions here

Your course covers everything you need to study to pass your exams.  Your first two units are introductory units, covering all the information you need about the iGCSE in English literature, the exams, how to get support and more; and your third unit contains the reading list.  The rest of your course is as follows:

Units 4 to 9: To Kill a Mockingbird.

Units 10 to 16: Macbeth.

Units 17 to 20: A View from a Bridge.

Units 21 to 27: Poetry anthology: This group of units cover poetry from several authors from the early nineteenth century to the modern day. They will help you to become skilled at analysing poetry as a form of storytelling. 

Your course is completed with a set of mock exams.

You will be regularly assessed by your tutor thoruhgout your course.  Should you decide to add the exams later, there are two exams which must be taken in the same exam series. 

iGCSE English Literature - exams not included

This Course at a Glance

  • Explore centruries of the written word 
  • Gain an appreciation for how authors set scenes
  • Move on to Level 3 English courses and above
  • Globally recognised GCSE equivalent 
  • Online Study

About Your Course

The written word is powerful, can be complex, and can impact memory for many years. Through English Literature studies, you can learn how to use the written and spoken word to im[prove your communication abilities and giving you skills employers are looking for. 

Studying English Literature also allows you to experience history through the eyes of the author,  helping you to gain an appreciation for the complexity of human nature. 

You will gain an equivalent to a GCSE in English Literature that is recognised globally, by studying an International GCSE (iGCSE) in English Literature. The course is specifically designed to equip you for higher level study of English Literature by providing you with the perfect preparation for further learning. 

The course includes the study of poetry and modern prose, as well as modern drama and literary heritage texts. Through these, you will develop the ability to read and respond to various styles of literary texts from around the world. You will also gain an appreciation of the methods writers use to create literary effects.

This course is ideal preparation for English Literature studies at college and university. It has also been carefully prepared to ensure the online materials and texts studied are engaging, include a wide range of writers and are suitable for all students.

Your course covers everything you need to study to pass your exams.  Your first two units are introductory units, covering all the information you need about the iGCSE in English literature, the exams, how to get support and more; and your third unit contains the reading list.  The rest of your course is as follows:

Units 4 to 9: To Kill a Mockingbird.

Units 10 to 16: Macbeth.

Units 17 to 20: A View from a Bridge.

Units 21 to 27: Poetry anthology: This group of units cover poetry from several authors from the early nineteenth century to the modern day. They will help you to become skilled at analysing poetry as a form of storytelling. 

Your course is completed with a set of mock exams.

You will be regularly assessed by your tutor thoruhgout your course.  Should you decide to add the exams later, there are two exams which must be taken in the same exam series. 

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