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This report offers an insight into the complex and problematic issue of transition from sixth form to higher education English.
This report offers an insight into the complex and problematic issue of transition from sixth form to higher education English. It explores the extent to which a gulf exists in the pedagogy of the discipline at the two levels, and the implications of this for the experiences and expectations of school students, university students and their teachers. This report is of interest to anyone teaching English at university level; especially to those with responsibility for level 1 students and retention issues.
Several items from work on transition into the university study of English .
Several items from work on transition into the university study of English Literature were also included in the questionnaire (Green, 2005) . Smith and Hopkins (2005) reported that A level English students were unused to reading outside class and that they underestimated the quantity of independent reading required in H. hey recommended that transition could be eased through improvements to the curriculum for year 1 students.
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This article emerges out of a report initially written for the Higher Education Academy's English Subject Centre, Four Perspectives on Transition (Green, 2005a). The challenge of transition. Each year many students experience the pleasures, the challenges, the traumas and the difficulties of studying A Level English.
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