English Language and Literature A level at Hills Road Sixth Form College
Develop your independence, creativity and maturity with one of our English courses.
Why choose English Language and Literature?
English Language and Literature is a course which will give you a chance to pursue your own creative interests within a clear framework, while developing your analytical skills. Literary texts such as Larkin's poetry and The Great Gatsby will be studied under the theme of The Individual and Society. You will also study Voices in speech and writing, looking at podcasts, blogs, speeches, screenplays, and travelogues. The stimulus material in the anthology is fascinating!
Coursework is part of the course, and the topic will be 'Identities'. You will produce your own creative fiction and non-fiction work and critical commentary, stimulated by texts including 1984 by George Orwell and the articles of journalists such as Caitlin Moran and Charlie Brooker. So, if you are an independent thinker who enjoys analysing how values and attitudes are created in texts and you enjoy producing your own imaginative, creative work, this is the course for you!
"The classroom dynamic is amazing - everyone is as passionate about the subject as you are, and I have never had a bored moment, be it studying Maya Angelou or The Great Gatsby." Oliver Hancock
What you will need to study English Language and Literature: GCSE grade 6 or B in English Language and GCSE grade 6 or B in English Literature.
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The closing date for applications is Wednesday 10th January 2018.
How to apply
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