It’s the summer holidays for most English A Level students – time to relax after final or mock exam stress, stretch your legs and wiggle your toes.
If you’ve got a reading list for the next academic year, now is a fab opportunity to submerge yourself in those texts, to experience them as readers perhaps for the first time ... before you have to start analysing and writing about them!
Pausing for a while
At Crossref-it, we too are taking a breather. In just the past year we have added:
- Four full-length text-guides on
- The selected poems of John Keats
- Othello, by William Shakespeare
- The Color Purple, by Alice Walker
- The Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare
- Themed lesson sequences on each of these texts
- Thirty-four new Big Ideas from the Bible
- Revision worksheets on eight texts featured on site
- Eight new articles exploring poetic form.
Not surprisingly, we are now taking a break from adding further material for the present, so don’t be alarmed at the absence of blogs.
Meanwhile, having been built up to contain over 20,000 web entries, we trust that the current information more than meets your A Level English needs, so please enjoy exploring all that www.crossref-it.info continues to offer by scanning the green menu headings. And of course pass on details of the site to your mates and teachers.
Love literature, love life!