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So it’s the January and the English AS and A Level exams are in May and June, are you ready? Do you know the assessment objectives? Are you able to employ enough terminology? What, for instance, is anaphora?
So i have this english assignment due on Monday and im not sure what im doing.
Okay so i have to write a persuasive speech answering these questions. 1.Identify the concepts represented in both texts. 2.Discuss how effectively the composers have communicated their ideas through analysis of how meaning is conveyed. 3.Do these representations reflect your own perspective of representations of protest or self? Explain with reference to both texts.
I have to use a poem A Mix of Many Things by Alyssa Murray and a something else and im using this “I wish I’d partied a little less. People always say ‘be true to yourself.’ But that’s misleading, because there are two selves. There’s your short term self, and there’s your long term self. And if you’re only true to your short term self, your long term self slowly decays.” I need to analyse them both and answer the questions. I have asked my teacher, the people in my class and I still don't understand it.
What is the best way to tackle part 3 of the speaking interview? I think besides the fact that you need to be knowledgeable on a wide range of general topics and issues, ou definitely need conversational strategies and phrases for starting your response and thinking out loud without remaining silent. Any other thoughts?
I have to do an essay on this poem but i'm struggling to map my work. My teacher want a key question with minimum 2 parts with 3 sub part this is what i got
So my key question is How does Blacke critizes London's monarchy through a childish poem?
PART I -> a childish poem because a) it's talked about them b) it's short, short sentences b) Blake loves to take children's point of view
PART II -> critizes of London's government a) church is getting more and more black b) it makes people suffers face are 'marks of weakness" c) child labour
I don't really like my key question and my parts can you help me mapping my work ? pleasse
Hi For my a2 coursework (NEA) i would like some help making links between feminism and the lady of shallot