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Mixed Media 304 pp.
216 mm x 279 mm



Publication date:
October 2015

Imprint: Oxford University Press

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IB English A Literature Print and Online Course Book Pack

Hannah Tyson and Mark Beverley

Series : IB Diploma

Packed full of support straight from the IB, this comprehensive text was written by authors of the 2011 syllabus and most accurately matches the 2011 specification. Containing unrivalled assessment preparation, the challenging and engaging approach will ensure learners excel.

Readership : IB English A Literature students - SL and HL.


  • "I highly recommend this book. It gives guidelines and suggestions on how to teach literature, but does not impose any restrictions on how and when to use given material. It is also organized in a way that follows the syllabus which is helpful to teachers."

    --English Teacher, Druga Gimnazija Sarajevo

  • "What I particularly like is the student responses along with the examiner's comments. This makes the whole approach more realistic and gives students a firsthand experience of what an exam is like and how examiners assess. I have also found particularly innovative the interdisciplinary links with TOK."

    --IB Coordinator, Greece

  • "Students' and teachers' reactions have been overwhelmingly positive. I have found the introductory layout very helpful and user-friendly. In addition, the focus on different approaches to literary analysis has been very helpful for the students."

    --Fiona Guertler, Head of English, International School, Dusseldorf

1. Nine propositions about reading
2. The Golden Triangle: three vectors for writing with style
3. Close reading as a practice
4. Tackling Paper 1
5. The individual oral commentary
6. The individual oral presentation
7. Literature in translation
8. Writing: completing the assessment
9. Conventions and genre
10. Drama
11. Poetry
12. The novel and short story
13. Prose other than fiction: the autobiography
14. Prose other than fiction: the travel narrative
15. Prose other than fiction: the essay
16. How to write an essay for the Paper 2 exam
17. The extended essay

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Special Features

  • Developed with the IB so you can trust in the most accurate match to the syllabus.
  • The most comprehensive and written by authors of the most recent syllabus.
  • Evocative activities develop the highest levels of critical thought, truly in line with the IB philosophy.
  • A huge selection of fiction and non-fiction texts will engage students and stimulate learning.
  • Activities help students develop the key skills and knowledge they need, including understanding and writing literary criticism, creating oral and written commentaries and preparing for the oral presentation.
  • Unrivalled assessment support, straight from the IB, including examiner guidance and model answers support top achievement.
  • Accessible until 31 December 2020, to be used by a single student or teacher.
  • Multiplatform access, compatible with PCs, Macs, iPads, tablets and more.
  • Your first login to your Online Course Books will facilitated by a printed access card that will be sent to you in the mail. If you are unable to receive a printed access card, please contact Oxford.
  • Includes one print Course Book and one Online Course Book.