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Close reading exam
Exam advice, Overview of question types, Inference questions, Personal response questions
Close reading texts and techniques
Need to know, Appreciating the writer's craft, Obtaining particular information, Newspapers, Information leaflets, Autobiographies, Travel writing, Novels and short stories
General advice, Exam advice and types of writing task, Personal experience, Discursive writing, Informative writing
Writing in a specific literary form
Overview, Descriptive writing, Letter, Newspaper report, Short story, Script
Writing about Macbeth, Themes of good and evil, Timeline of events, Character of Macbeth, Character of Lady Macbeth, The witches, Who's to blame for the tragedy?, The relationship of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, Blank verse and rhyme dramatic irony and imagery

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