The Collins Cambridge IGCSE (R) Literature in English Teacher Guide supports the Student Book, giving teachers everything they need to teach the Cambridge IGCSE (R) and IGCSE (R) (9-1) syllabuses (0475 and 0922) for first examination in 2020.
Exam Board: Cambridge Assessment International Education
Level & Subject: IGCSE Literature in English (0475), IGCSE (9-1) Literature in English (0992)
First teaching: September 2018 First exams: June 2020
* Comprehensive support for the 2020 syllabuses and examination formats.
* Support student progress with teaching sequences that follow the structure of the Student Book, moving from building the key skills in comprehension, close analysis and interpretation to applying these skills to specific exam and coursework tasks.
* Save time on planning and preparation with expert support from Anna Gregory, an experienced examiner and trainer. The Teacher Guide includes a two-year scheme of work and differentiated lesson plans, worksheets and PowerPoints for every two- or four-page section of the Student Book.
* Adapt the resources to the needs of your classes with printable PDFs and editable Word and PowerPoint files.
Anna Gregory is a former Head of English and currently a senior examiner for IGCSE English Literature with a leading awarding body. She has written textbooks for several GCSE specifications and trained teachers in the UK and around the world. Anna has 36 years of experience of examining at GCSE and IGCSE level and has been setting papers for 25 years. Mike Gould is a former Head of English and a university Lecturer in English and Education, who has written over 150 books for students and teachers in the UK and overseas. He advises schools and other organisations on educational policy and resources related to language, literacy and assessment. He has written print-based and digital materials for learners around the world. Chris Green is head of the English and drama faculty in a UK secondary school. He is also Principal Examiner for A-Level English Literature with a UK Awarding Body, a Trustee and Director of the British Shakespeare Association, and Director of Studies for the Cambridge Programmes summer schools. His other publications include a guide to managing a school English department. Alexandra Melville is a writer and educator. Formerly a Head of English, she has taught English at sixth form and secondary schools in London. She has examined for AQA GCSE English and has written educational resources for Fuel Theatre, the British Library and HarperCollins. Dr Kurt A. Johnson is an experienced teacher who has spent the last 13 years teaching English in Japan, the US and the UK at secondary and university level. He is currently Head of English at an independent school in Yorkshire. Over the last two years, Kurt has worked closely with a leading awarding body as an Assistant Examiner, Team Leader and Questioner for their IGCSE Literature specifications. He has also written and published numerous articles on Romantic and Modern Literature in academic journals and A-level magazines.