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focus on the whole question? on how connection with place influences one's perceptions on belonging or not belonging?
 

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The idea i wrote was that intimate connection enriches belonging while lack of connection limits it O_O
 

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yep, i made sure to mention perceptions every time i linked back to the question
 

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Well there was not much of a concise path to relate 'connection with a place' to belonging/not belonging in Crucible, so I had to throw in some side-winders to relate it back. But every time I mentioned the belonging/not belonging part of it, I linked it straight back to 'perceptions' of said belonging/not belonging.
 

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focus on the whole question? on how connection with place influences one's perceptions on belonging or not belonging?
when i talked about how place influences it, i kinda linked it to identity... and also how once you connect with place, you are able to forge deeper connections with other ppl - and thus enrich sense of belonging?
idk can you do this?
 

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wait... there was a question?

just wrote my pre-prepared shit, should be sweet.
 

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You didnt specifically have to talk about perceptions the whole time did you? I definitely answered the question in regarding place, but i probably only mentioned the word 'perceptions' about 3 times. Thats ok seeing as tho i focused on place isnt it?
 

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You didnt specifically have to talk about perceptions the whole time did you? I definitely answered the question in regarding place, but i probably only mentioned the word 'perceptions' about 3 times. Thats ok seeing as tho i focused on place isnt it?
I hope so. :(
I don't think we'll be able to get 15/15 though.
 

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when i talked about how place influences it, i kinda linked it to identity... and also how once you connect with place, you are able to forge deeper connections with other ppl - and thus enrich sense of belonging?
idk can you do this?
That's almost exactly what i did. And i also talked about security/insecurity.
 

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You do know that you don't have to use the words in the question to answer the question.
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u can demonstrate perceptions of belonging without explicitly saying "these are the perceptions formed..."

it gets monotonous and generic if u do

also, it depends on the way u interpreted the q
 
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perceptions of belonging just means sense of belonging or feelings of belonging. It's inherent, really, because any 'belonging' that we experience is our own 'perceived' relationship to peoples/places/language/whatever, the focus was place not perceptions
 
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perceptions of belonging just means sense of belonging or feelings of belonging. It's inherent, really, because any 'belonging' that we experience is our own 'perceived' relationship to peoples/places/language/whatever, the focus was place not perceptions
my answer:

Sum-up
- Belonging to place is a greater experience than forming an intimacy with tangible landscapes. And then something about communal values associated to place that create standards and expectations of belonging

AYLI - Liberating forest; free to form ur own identity as opposed to the patriarchal court

wow, reflecting on it...

i think i did pretty good

ALSO those doing AYLI... if u forgot to talk about the importance of Shakespeares dramatic craft.. u missed out on a MASSIVE point - (one the board explicitly said we had to mention)
 

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+1

u can demonstrate perceptions of belonging without explicitly saying "these are the perceptions formed..."

it gets monotonous and generic if u do

also, it depends on the way u interpreted the q


+1


English really has no 'one' answer... English is about interpretation, unless one's interpretation is TOTALLY off...


yeah....... So you can't make that judgement about one getting a maximum of 9. In fact, in trials I did not answer the question (word for word) on Module B CSSA (something about provocative ideas) and still managed to pull off 19/20 because I 'answered' the question without using the words in the question.
 

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You do know that you don't have to use the words in the question to answer the question.
If you write a prepared response and don't answer the question you are capped at C-range. Please ask a senior marker.
I never said you had to use the words of the question.
 
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