The ability to read, interpret and evaluate texts through the study of IGCSE English Literature will improve your child’s ability to communicate with others, and stimulate their creativity. Our Cambridge IGCSE English Literature homeschooling course will inspire and challenge your child as they delve deeply into a range of fascinating books and poems.
Studying IGCSE English Literature will enable your child to visit new places, gain new experiences, and meet new people – without ever leaving the house!
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By the end of your Cambridge IGCSE English Literature course your child should be able to:
The 2019 course will prepare your child for the Cambridge (CAIE) IGCSE English Literature syllabus 0486. From 2020, the syllabus code becomes 0475.
• The set texts to be studied for 2019 and 2020 are: Shakespeare: Macbeth Fourteen poems from Songs of Ourselves, a Cambridge anthology of 19th and 20th Century verse (the poems for 2020 are a different selection than those for 2019) Alan Paton: Cry the Beloved Country
• The set texts to be studied for 2021 are: Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet, Fourteen poems from Songs of Ourselves, a Cambridge anthology of 19th and 20th Century verse, Alan Paton: Cry the Beloved Country
• The exam comprises three written papers:
Paper 1: Set texts, poetry and prose: 1 hour and 30 minutes (50% of the total mark)
Paper 3: Set text, drama: 45 minutes (25%)
Paper 4: Unseen: 1 hour and 15 minutes (25%)
• There are Cambridge exam centres in over 150 countries. We can provide details of those most convenient.
The fee for Cambridge IGCSE English Literature is £495 via instalments (initial payment of £103 and 8 monthly instalments of £49). There is a discount of 5% for payment in full reducing the fee to £470.
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I received an A* for my IGCSE English Literature. It came as a wonderful surprise as I received only a C for my preliminary mock exams in school. What really helped me were the notes that Wolsey Hall Oxford provided. This was particularly so because there were hardly any available resources on the stories and poems I had to learn for the exam. The notes provided were excellent – in depth yet easy to understand. Literature was not my best subject and to get an A* was truly awesome – thank you Wolsey Hall Oxford!