Revised Edition

Author: William Shakespeare

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 147251839X

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 688

View: 7171


"This Arden edition of Hamlet, arguably Shakespeare's greatest tragedy, presents an authoritative, modernized text based on the Second Quarto text with a new introductory essay covering key productions and criticism in the decade since its first publication. A timely up-date in the 400th anniversary year of Shakespeare's death which will ensure the Arden edition continues to offer students a comprehensive and current critical account of the play, alongside the most reliable and fully-annotated text available."--Publisher's description.

Philip Allan Literature Guide (for A-Level): Hamlet

Author: Marian Cox

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1444153749

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 112

View: 680


Written by experienced A-level examiners and teachers who know exactly what students need to succeed, and edited by a chief examiner, Philip Allan Literature Guides (for A-level) are invaluable study companions with exam-specific advice to help you to get the grade you need. This full colour guide includes: - detailed scene summaries and sections on themes, characters, form, structure, language and contexts - a dedicated 'Working with the text' section on how to write about texts for coursework and controlled assessment and how to revise for exams - Taking it further boxes on related books, film adaptations and websites - Pause for thought boxes to get you thinking more widely about the text - Task boxes to test yourself on transformation, analysis, research and comparison activities - Top 10 quotes PLUS FREE REVISION RESOURCES at www.philipallan.co.uk/literatureguidesonline, including a glossary of literary terms and concepts, revision advice, sample essays with student answers and examiners comments, interactive questions, revision podcasts, flash cards and spider diagrams, links to unmissable websites, and answers to tasks set in the guide.

Teaching Film at GCSE

Author: James Baker,Patrick Toland

Publisher: Teaching Film and Media Studie


Category: Education

Page: 150

View: 587


This book is for teachers of Media Studies and English who are responsible for delivering this exciting and demanding area of the curriculum. Suitable for both new and experienced teachers, it provides a range of approaches from the focused teaching of film in Media Studies to the use of film as support material in English courses. Clear explanations of the key concepts and ideas for film study are accompanied by a series of case studies, providing practical advice and exercises for every classroom environment. It includes: different approaches to using film in the classroom; an introduction to key concepts for studying film; an overview of influential critical and academic perspectives; a survey of historical and industrial contexts for production and consumption of film; and case studies of films within particular genres, Action films, Comic book adaptations and Teen movies. The guide is supported by extensive online resources to help the busy teacher get the most out of their students.