Attachments February 2014

Attachments Februry 2014

Senior  2

Term 1 

Write two essays

1. Explore how language is used in The Woodspurge to create effects on the reader.

2. The story Fly in the ointment , written by V.S. Pritchett , depicts a two-face man and his son. Do you agree?

Term 2  

Write two essays

1. Explore the way the writer portrays a negative view of the planners in The Planners.

2. My Geatest Ambition deals with Rite of Passage. Do you agree?

Term 3

Write two essays

1. Explore how the writerdeals with identity either in Summer Farm or Where I come From.

2. Work on this Unseen Paper.

Senior 3

Term 1  

Write 2 essays

1. Explore how language is used in “The Woodspurge” to create effects on the reader.

2. The 1920’s were a time of parties, drinking and having nothing but fun. Many aspired to be rich and prosperous and longed to be a part of the upper class. Analyse this in The Great Gatsby.

Term 2

Write 2 essays

1. In what ways do you think Wilde makes Cecily such an amusing character?

2. Explore how Allen Curnow makes the time of day seem vivid in Continuum.

Term 3

Write 2 essays 

1. Explore two moments in the play in which Wilde surprises the audience.

2. Unseen Paper.

 

Senior 4

Term 1  

Write 2 essays

1. How does E. Wharton deal with the role of women  in “The Moving Finger”?

2. Explore the feeling of love in “What Thing is Love”.

Term 2  

Write 2 essays

1. The Hollow of the Three Hills is a story of dishonor, deceit, and death. Do you agree?

2. Explore the change of mind of the voice in When I was Fair and Young

Term 3

Write 2 essays

1. Explore the feeling of entrapment in “The Bath”.

2. Explore feelings in Sonnet 11

Senior 5

Term 2  

1. Write a story called  It won´t happen to me again in which you reveal the real reasons for your behaviour at an event in the past.

2. Discuss Heaney’s presentation and use of individual characters in his poetry, making
detailed reference to two poems.

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