"Macbeth" Exam Guide for Leaving Certificate (Shortcuts to Success)

"Macbeth" Exam Guide for Leaving Certificate (Shortcuts to Success)

By: Anne Gormley (author)Paperback

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Shortcuts to Success teach you the exam success tips that have been shown to work. Written by teachers with a proven track record of exam success, they will show you how to achieve your best results. * Focuses on the type of questions Higher Level students must answer in the Leaving Cert exam on Macbeth * Includes a summary of each scene, along with an analysis of each of the main characters and notes on the themes of the play * Picks out key quotations and how to use them effectively * Provides sample answers to exam-style questions, and guidelines for studying the play

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Anne Gormley teaches English at Laurel Hill Colaiste, Limerick. She has written revision guides for Leaving Certificate English at both Higher and Ordinary level in the widely used Less Stress More Success series. Her advice to students is broadcast and published frequently in various media.


Background Notes on the play Macbeth The Notion of Shakespearean Tragedy The Soliloquy in Shakespeare's Tragedies Macbeth as a Tragedy The Plot of the Play Summary/Analysis of Scenes Character Analysis Themes in the Play Language and Imagery Suitable Quotations and How to Use Them Summary of Soliloquies and Asides How to Study this Play How to Answer Exam-style Questions Sample Questions and Answers Past Leaving Certificate Questions Department of Education Guidelines on Answering Leaving Cert Questions Some General Questions on Macbeth

Product Details

  • publication date: 08/01/2008
  • ISBN13: 9780717144846
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 144
  • ID: 9780717144846
  • weight: 310
  • ISBN10: 0717144844

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