English Literature A-Level at Kenton School
The AS Course is divided into 2 Component parts; Prose and Poetry and Drama.
The A Level Course is divided into 4 component parts, Poetry, Drama and Unseen Texts which are and a Prose St
AS Component 1: Prose - One prose fiction novel pre 1900 and one prose fiction novel post 1900
AS Component 2: Poetry and Drama - An anthology of poetry and the study of one play
A Level Component 1: Poetry- One pre 1900 poetry text and the study of two post 1900 poetry texts
A Level Component 2: Drama - One Shakespeare text, one pre 1900 drama and one post 1900 Drama
A Level Component 3: Unseen Texts - Passages from prose texts dating from between 1880-1910 and 1918-1939
A Level Component 4: Prose Study - A study of two prose texts one pre 2000 and one post 2000
Students do not need any prior study of EnglishLiterature. However, they are required to have aminimum of B grade in GCSE English.
English Literature, WJEC, AS/A Level
AS Component 1 and 2 are both assessed through written examination worth 50% of the final qualification
A Level Component 1 and 2 are both assessed though written examinations worth 30% of the final qualification
A Level Component 3: Unseen Texts is assessed through written examination worth 20% of the final qualification
A Level Component 4 is a coursework assignment of 2500-3500 words worth 20% of the final qualification
A Level, English Literature is an extremely useful qualification for entry to a wide range of degree courses and careers, particularly in the following areas: Journalism, Law, Teaching, Public Relations, Public Administration and Advertising.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Kenton School directly.