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GCSE English for OCR

Written by Teachit contributors and endorsed by OCR

GCSE English for OCR brings an inspiring, creative edge to specification-focussed resources which fully support both teachers and students

  • Student Books are packed full of activities to develop confidence and understanding
  • Skills & Practice Books contain practice tasks and exam preparation advice
  • Customize your lessons with the extensive library of support on our unique OxBox
  • Teacher Guides offer ideas for starters and plenaries
  • 'Tweakit' ideas suggest ways to differentiate and get the most out of each activity
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Series contains:

  • 4 Student Books
  • 3 Access Student Books
  • 3 Teacher Guides
  • 3 OxBox CD-ROMs
  • 3 Skills and Practice Books
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Recently added free support resources

Set text support

  • Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

  • Paddy Clarke Ha, Ha, Ha by Roddy Doyle

  • To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

  • Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

  • The Lord of the Flies by William Golding

  • Anita and Me by Meera Syal

  • An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley

  • The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

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Reviews

  • A good practical book for any student taking the OCR English Language exam. Helpful tips and pointers to increase levels and ideas clearly explained.

    5 star amazon review

  • The student book are lively and engaging, offering a thorough, structured approach to materials that should motivate students to achieve well. The subject matter used is relevant to today's youngsters and helps show them the validity of their work in the subject.

    Emma Willshaw, Arrow Vale High School, Worcestershire

  • The OCR books are great and we especially found that the content was very user friendly and attractive to the eye.

    Victoria Reay, Ashcroft High School, Luton

  • We love the books and the ability to use OxBox to customize for our own lessons

    Matt Venton, Weydon School, Surrey

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GCSE English for OCR

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