Use of English 69.2 Spring 2018

Spring 2019 cover showing students at desksEdited by Jane Campion

Articles

Editorial: Jane Campion

Looking back on the GCSE English Language: Carol Atherton

The 2015 English Literature GCSE: a welcome return to rigour or just plain dull?: Jenny Stevens

The Impact of Marking Reform: Yvonne Williams

"Focus on what matters": The new GCSEs - PGCE student teachers and their mentors discuss the challenges

Reflections from an NQT: Rebecca Carr

Being Reformed: a student perspective: Jane Campion, Laura Edmonds, Gwennan Hughes, Thea Stephens Tuffee, Max Yole-Smith

Introducing New Texts: Lucy McManus

Ever Thought of Teaching Series

Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes: Angela Rodrigues

Consent by Nina Raine: Jenny Stevens

The Accidental by Ali Smith: Sarah Vantini

Waterland by Graham Swift: Sean McEvoy

The Story of Lucy Gault by William Trevor: Pamela Bickley

The Color Purple by Alice Walker: Alice Penfold

Reviews

Recent fiction for secondary school readers by students of PGCE English Programme, University of Bristol School of Education

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