The ability to read, interpret and evaluate texts through the study of IGCSE English Literature will improve a person’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!
By the end of your Cambridge IGCSE English Literature course your child should be able to:
The course will prepare your child for the Cambridge (CAIE) IGCSE English Literature syllabus 0475 or 0992.
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.
I love languages and am fascinated by how they work. I enjoy guiding young people to achieve their full potential. I look forward to working with you and supporting you on your learning journey.BA, PGCE Subject: English Language & Literature View Profile
I am a warm, caring and perceptive tutor who enjoys unearthing my students’ literary interests. I have substantial experience tutoring students for whom English is not their first language.MA, PGCE, PGDip Subject: English Language & Literature View Profile
I love to hear how my students respond to their reading and am committed to supporting them in developing clear, thoughtful, organised and persuasive writing skills of their own.BA, MSt, DPhil, PGCE Subject: English Language, English Literature View Profile
I have high expectations of my students. I aim to equip my students with reading and writing skills that are useful in all their endeavours and a curiosity about the written word for its own sake.MA, DPhil Subject: English Language & LIterature View Profile
I encourage my pupils to take an active approach to their studies. If my student isn’t enjoying an activity, I’ll stop and find another approach. I believe this mentality is why homeschooling works wellBA, PGCE Subject: English Language & Literature View Profile
I believe there is a different educational route for everybody. It is our job to find a way for that person to access education. There is nothing more rewarding than that “light-bulb” momentMA Subject: English Language & Literature View Profile
I love writing, reading, studying and researching! I am here to help you achieve your potential: to accomplish and achieve your goals! Please feel free to contact me with any questions or queries.BA, MA, PGCE, PhD Subject: English Language & Literature & Psychology View Profile
Learning the rules with which to manipulate language can be life changing. It takes time but it’s worth it and I’ll be here to guide you. I have also been an examiner and understand the exam process.BA (Hons), QTS Subject: English Language and English Literature View Profile
I love all types of storytelling. I always like to encourage my pupils to read as much as possible and I like to offer book suggestions. I look forward to sharing my passion for English with you!BSc, PGCE Subject: English Language & Literature View Profile
Words are extraordinary. I love the way they can take you to places you’ve never been. I love the way they can seem to be telling you one thing and actually be saying something else entirely.MA, PGCE Subject: English Language & Literature View Profile
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!