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148 Language CD-ROMRex GibsonThis is an electronic version of Shakespeares Language and includes the same worksheets in an editable format.Shakespeares Language more resources, visit our web North Face of ShakespeareJames StredderThe North Face of Shakespeare is the perfect resource for all teachers interested in the active approach to Shakespeare.
It features over 200 activities, exercises, and games for use in teaching the plays.
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Teaching ShakespeareRex GibsonThis handbook for teachers is a major contribution to the knowledge and expertise of all teachers of Shakespeare.It makes explicit the principles of active learning which are at the heart of Cambridge School Shakespeare and helps teachers to develop their skills through practical examples.Teaching Shakespeare
258 pp.NEW!For a copy of an order form and price list, please visit: School ShakespeareTEACHER RESOURCESIGCSE: For Mathematics1716Each title in the new edition features:A stunning eight-page, full-color section packed with production photographs theres no better way to bring the play to life and motivate studentsNew and revised activities throughout to refresh and update this trusted, well-established seriesAn enlarged, fully illustrated section featuring new notes and activities suitable for a wide range of ages and abilitiesAn enlarged glossary providing extra support with the language of ShakespeareNew black-and-white photographs throughout, from the widest selection of stage and lm interpretations of the playsCambridge School ShakespeareFor a copy of an order form and price list, please visit: EditionAs You Like pp.
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Antony and pp.
The Comedy of pp.
King Henry IV Part pp.
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King Richard pp.
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1615New EditionPutting drama center stageAbout Cambridge School ShakespeareShakespeare wrote his plays to be performed and brought to life before an audience
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2013 (Position as of October 2012) NTRODUCTIONExamination Full Names Targets Levels General Certificate of Education Examinations
International candidates O Level (Nepali only) AS/A
General Certificate of Secondary Education Examinations Mainly UK candidates Single level IGCSE grades A* A B C London Examinations, GCE/GCSE/IGCSE Edexcel International www.edexcel.com University of Cambridge International Examinations, University of Cambridge International Schools interested in becoming Edexcel sub-centres for submitting student entries for the GCSE Chinese examination should complete and submit the Centre Recognition Application Form to the HKEAA before 1 September in the year preceding the examination.Prior to approval by Edexcel, Edexcel will arrange for a one-off sub-centre inspection for ensuring that the sub-centre has suitable premises for teaching purposes and the teachers are aware of the needs of the new specifications.Registration details will be sent to all GCE/GCSE/IGCSE participating schools before the scheduled registration period.
GCEXAMINATIONS(a) School Candidates School candidates should submit their entry forms through their school heads.
Schools wishing to present candidates for the GCE/GCSE/IGCSE examinations must be a registered school with the Education Bureau.Schools may write to the HKEAA to apply for becoming a GCE/GCSE/IGCSE participating school.
A copy of the registration certificate and fees certificate issued by the Education Bureau should be attached to the application.Registration details will be sent to all GCE/GCSE/IGCSE participating schools before the scheduled registration period.(b) Private Candidates Private candidates should submit their entry forms to the HKEAA.
Registration in person will take place at Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority, San Po Kong Office, 17 Tseuk Luk Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon.
About one week before the postal registration period, the Entry Form and the Notes for Persons Entering for the Examination will be availablat the Authoritys web-site (www.hkeaa.edu.hk) and the following offices: San Po Kong Office : 3/F, 17 Tseuk Luk Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon (Registration & Distribution of Entry forms) Wanchai Office : 12/F, Southorn Centre, 130 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong (Distribution of Entry forms ONLY(C)ERIODRegistration Period Private candidate Examination Examination Date School candidate (through school) By Post In Person London Examinations, GCSE (Chinese only) May/June 2013Early December 2012Jan/Feb 2013Early September 2012Late August 2012 Early September 2012London Examinations, IGCSE May/June 2013 Early December 2012 Late November 2012 Early December 2012Jan/Feb 2013Early September 2012Late August 2012 Early September 2012London Examinations, GCE AS/AL May/June 2013 Early December 2012 Late November 2012 Early December 2012Oct/Nov 2012 Late June 2012 Early July 2012 University of Cambridge International Examinations, IGCSEMay/June 2013 Early December 2012 Late November 2012 Early December 2012Oct/Nov 2012 Late June 2012 Early July 2012 University of Cambridge International Examinations, GCE O Level (Nepali only), GCE AS/ALMay/June 2013 Early December 2012 Late November 2012 Early December 2012APERSCopies of the Syllabuses and Past Question Papers for the GCE/IGCSE Examination are available for purchase at the Publications Unit, Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority, G/F, 17 Tseuk Luk Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon.
Syllabuses are also available on the awarding bodies websites.NQUIRIES Telephone No.
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Facsimile No.: 3628 8790 E-mail Address : firstname.lastname@example.org Website : / UBJECTS FFERED THROUGH THE The HKEAA only administers the subjects in GCE, IGCSE and GCSE which have a general demand in Hong Kong.ONDON XAMINATIONS A/ASSubject January May/Jun A Level only: Law N/A
AS Level and A Level: Accounting Arabic N/A Biology Business Studies Chemistry Chinese N/A
Economics General Studies Geography Government & Politics Greek N/A Japanese N/A Mathematics Further Mathematics Pure Mathematics
Psychology NTERNATIONAL XAMINATIONS Subject May/Jun Oct/Nov A Level only: Accounting Business Studies Chinese N/A
Economics Geography Mathematics Further Mathematics
AS Level only: English Language
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English Language (Specification B)
English as a Second Language
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N/A Mathematics (Specification A / B)
Further Pure Mathematics
N/A Science (Double Award)
1 The IGCSE examinations are held in May/June examination series with some subject availability in the January examination series.
2 Edexcel updated IGCSE specifications for English Language A, English Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Science (Double Award), History, Geography, Chinese, French, German and Spanish in 2011and the specifications for these subjects are 2011 specifications.For the remaining subjects, the specifications are 2009 specifications.
3 The GCSE Chinese 2009 examination involves coursework and internal assessment, and therefore will only be offered to candidates of schools which have registered with Edexcel as an HKEAA sub-cent