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Mark Beverley currently teaches at Sevenoaks School, where he is Director of Curriculum and teacher of the Literature course, Literature and Performance and TOK. He was previously Head of English at UWCSEA and has taught the IB for 20 years. Mark is a also a Workshop Leader and Examiner, as well as the co-author of two textbooks for the course, both published by OUP.more
David White (BA, MA) has taught the IB Diploma at the United World College of South East Asia in Singapore since 2002 where, in addition to teaching both English Literature and Language and Literature, he has also taught TOK and Film. He is currently Head of the High School English Department and is also an examiner for IB English Literature.more
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Written Assignment 5 Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert. This sample written assignment, on the function of clothing in Madame Bovary, is a good example of how a precise and pertinent focus can allow a student to explore a complex, challenging text in some depth. Reflective Statement: How was your understanding of cultural and contextual considerations of...
This sample Higher Level response uses The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene and Atonement by Ian McEwan to respond to a the following Paper 2 question on prose: novel and short...
29 April 2017
Watch the short video below of civil-rights campaigner and congressman John Lewis accepting America's National Book Award for young people's... more
16 April 2017
Or, to clarify the analogy which I am now going to stretch well beyond breaking point, why study Literature rather than Language and Literature?... more