English A Literature for the IB Diploma Book + eBook, 2nd Edition

By Jan Adkins, Michele Lackovic

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Description
This comprehensive textbook and eBook have been written by practising IB teachers for the 2019 English A syllabus, for first assessments in 2021. It features clearly differentiated content for Standard and Higher Level students and clear and accessible English that makes it ideal for EAL students.
  • Key terms from the 2019 English A Subject Guide explained and highlighted, including Concepts, Areas of Exploration and Global Issues.
  • Carefully selected, up-to-date texts to inspire learners, with chapter insight summaries.
  • Activities to help strengthenappreciation and understanding of different works, highlighting intertextual connections.
  • Clear learning objectives and links to Theory of Knowledge throughout.
  • Detailed support for assessments, including the Higher Level Essay and Extended Essay guidance.
This book includes free access to the eBook version.

Interactive features include:
  • full text search
  • highlighting
  • bookmarking and note-taking for efficient study and revision
  • extra digital resources, such as videos, quizzes and more
What is included?
  • a print textbook
  • an eBook access card.
Product details
ISBN
 
9781292320526
Edition
 
2nd
Published date
 
27/05/2020
Published by
 
Pearson United Kingdom
Pages
 
344
Format
 
Table of contents
  • 1 Course Overview
  • 2 Connections to IB framework and terminology
  • 3 Course Concepts and Areas of Exploration
  • 4 The learner portfolio
  • Understanding literary forms
  • 5 Approaches to teaching and learning in conventions of fiction
  • 6 Approaches to teaching and learning in conventions of drama
  • 7 Approaches to teaching and learning in conventions of poetry
  • 8 Approaches to teaching and learning in conventions of nonfiction
  • Assessment
  • 9 Higher Level essay
  • 10 Individual oral
  • 11 Paper 1
  • 12 Paper 2
  • Literature A and the Extended Essay