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Subjects Qualifications Professional development Exams administration. Independent critical study: Texts across time This resource provides guidance on the NEA requirements for A-level English Literature A, and should be read in conjunction with the NEA requirements set out in the specification. A poetry text could be either one longer narrative poem or a single authored collection of shorter poems. A discrete Chaucer Tale would be suitable as a text for study, as would a poem such as The Rape of the Lock.
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If students are using a collection of short poems, they must have studied the whole text and select at least two poems to write about in detail as examples of the wider collection Single authored collections of short stories are permissible. If students are using a collection of short stories, they must have studied the whole text and select at least two stories to write about in detail as examples of the wider collection. Managing the NEA The introduction to NEA should provide students with a detailed review of the above requirements and guidance on what it means to work independently e.
Advice on text choice Connecting two texts on a common theme means choosing two texts which maximise opportunities for writing about both similarities and differences. Remember, however, that the A-level set texts cannot be used in NEA texts chosen for study must maximise opportunities for writing about both similarities and differences texts must allow access to a range of critical views and interpretations, including over time, which students can evaluate and apply autonomously.
AO2 : Analyse ways in which meanings are shaped in literary texts.
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AO4 : Explore connections across literary texts. AO5 : Explore literary texts informed by different interpretations. Thomas Advice on writing the essay Having completed the study of their chosen texts, researched secondary sources and devised an appropriate task, students will need guidance on how to pull their ideas together into a coherent response.
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