English literature has for many years been a critical component of the humanities, examining how writers throughout the ages have documented, celebrated and criticised the world through their work.
As well as developing important skills in analysing text and subtext in literature, you will gain an enhanced understanding of how literature fits into culture as a whole, and how it influences and is influenced by other media.
With the support and feedback of your tutor, you will take regular self-assessment tests to ensure you have understood all the concepts introduced in each module.
The course includes 51 lessons, 17 Tutor-marked assignments and 2 mock exams.
Due to Awarding Body changes your tutor will now manage the authentication, marking and moderation of your coursework and operate as the initial entering examination centre.
A fee of £110.00 will be required for your exam registration when you are ready to register for the exams (Usually January).
Apply now The English Literature A level course comprises nine modules in total: five at AS level and four at A level.
You will learn the principles of literary analysis and apply them to a selection of texts, from the ancient to the modern.
Develop a critical understanding of the themes, structures and characters that make a piece of writing last through the ages, and enhance your appreciation of the rich body of English literature in our A level course.
From Shakespeare to contemporary classics, you will learn to analyse texts, investigate character relationships and explore the intentions of authors.