Online A Level English Language and Literature Course

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Online, self-paced
360 Hours
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2 Years
A-level English Language and Literature
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Our Online A-Level English Language and Literature course aims to develop your ability to use linguistic and literary approaches in your reading and interpretation of texts.

Throughout your study of this course you will engage with a wide range of texts and learn to look for relationships between texts. You will also develop your language skills through independent study.

Our Online A-Level English Language and Literature Course enables students to:

  • Use integrated linguistic and literary approaches in their reading and interpretation of texts
  • Engage creatively and independently with a wide range of spoken, written and multimodal texts, exploring the relationships between texts
  • Undertake independent and sustained studies to develop their skills as producers and interpreters of language.


A-level English Language and Literature
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Introduction To English Language and Literature

  • Revising GCSE Grammer
  • Introduction to English Language for A-Level
  • Introduction to Literary Terms

Component 1 Voices in Speech and Writing

  • Voices in Speech and Writing
  • Voices
  • Thinking about Texts and Contexts
  • Diary and Memoir
  • Autobiography/Biography
  • Reportage
  • Interviews
  • Speeches
  • Radio Drama/Screenplay
  • Reviews
  • Articles
  • Digital Texts
  • Travelogue
  • Connecting and Comparing Texts
  • Preparing for the Exam

Component 1 Section B Drama Texts

  • Component 1 - Section B: Drama Texts
  • Arthur Miller
  • Speech Features and Characterisation
  • Character Dynamics
  • Speech, Characterisation and Theme
  • Act Two
  • Dramatic Tension
  • Act Three

Coursework Component

  • Introducing the Coursework Component
  • Art, Artifice and Identity
  • Grayson Perry: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Girl
  • Choosing a Non-Fiction Task
  • The Importance of Being Earnest
  • Act One (First Part)
  • Act One Characterisation
  • Act Two (First Part)
  • Types of Comedy in Act Two
  • Act Three
  • Critical Approaches, Themes and Interpretations
  • Generating Coursework Ideas for Earnest
  • How to Write a Commentary

Coursework Component 2 Varieties in Language and Literature

  • Varieties in Language and Literature
  • Encounters
  • Introducing Section A
  • Revising Our Work On Unseen Texts
  • Reading a Text and Using a Framework
  • Identifying Literary and Linguistic Features
  • Answering an Exam Question

Component 2 Section B

  • Introducing Section B: Prose Fiction and Other Genres
  • Wuthering Heights
  • Chapter One
  • Chapter Two
  • Ghostly Encounters
  • Nelly Dean
  • Chapters Five and Six
  • Chapter Seven: Heathcliff and Cathy
  • Chapter Eight
  • Chapter Nine
  • Heathcliff's Return
  • Chapter Twelve
  • Chapter Thirteen and Fourteen
  • Volume II, Chapters I and II
  • Chapter III: Isabella, Hindley and Heathcliff
  • Young Catherine
  • Linton Heathcliff
  • Chapters X - XII: Deceit
  • Chapters XIII and XIV: Imprisonment
  • Chapter XV
  • Chapters XVI and XVII
  • Chapters XVIII and XIX: Hareton and Catherine
  • Chapter XX
  • Themes and Interpretations

The Bloody Chamber

  • Introduction to The Bloody Chamber
  • 'The Bloody Chamber'
  • 'The Courtship of Mr Lyon' and 'The Tiger's Bride'
  • 'Puss-in-Boots'
  • 'The Erl-King'
  • 'The Snow Child'
  • 'The Lady of the House of Love'
  • 'The Werewolf' and 'The Company of Wolves'
  • 'Wolf-Alice'
  • Making Connections Between Stories

Who is this course for?

Our A-Level Courses are perfect for homeschooling students, mature students or anyone looking to improve their grades!


Whilst there is no pre-requisite required in order to study a L3 qualification in the UK, it is still recommended that you have studied the subject at L2 (GCSE level), as this will generally contain underpinning knowledge.

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Hasan Al-Jarrah asked:

I need to retake my English Literature and Language Exam(s). Is this the right course to take?


Hi Hasan, The A-level, is an academic qualification offered by educational institutions in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to students completing secondary or pre-university education. The great thing about CloudLearn is that you dictate, how long it takes to complete. The full A-Level is 360 hours of study, so at 40 hours per week – that would be 9 weeks, 20 hours a week = 18 weeks, 10 hours per week = 9 months. It’s totally down to you and your commitment to study.

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Abdi Farah asked:

I would like to in roll this course can I pay by instalment ?


You can not pay via monthly instalments via Reed website.

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Shazia asked:

Hi do we have to sit for exams or is there an online exam?


Hi, Examinations would take place at an exam centre, local school or college after completing the course.

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