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jojosiwa123

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nooooo don't memorise an imaginative how the heck are you going to adapt it to a random stimulus-
our trial stimulus was a literal wall and the question was "write a piece about who deserves to have their mural painted on this wall for their contribution to society" or something like that. now are you really going to twist a sappy immigrant story imaginative about your grandma's chicken kebabs in there ahaha
make a list of the language techniques used in the texts you studied and what impact they had- the whole point of the module is to see how well you can apply the techniques you've studied. do practice responses!
 

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The module is about human experience. So creating an essay on the idea of human experience may be adaptable Idk. "your grandmas chicken kebabs" 😂
 

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The module is about human experience. So creating an essay on the idea of human experience may be adaptable Idk. "your grandmas chicken kebabs" 😂
just practice!! we aren't all creative masterminds- half my stories end up being massive cliches BUT I just jack them up with language techniques and get marks that way. you can memorise a reflection though, that's half your marks (be warned though I don't think they'll always ask for a reflection)
 

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Hey, that link is cool. Do you have any links to English advanced and other modules?
 

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I would say to just read a couple of short stories so that you have many ideas which you can write about
 

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For mod c is it more effective to write imaginative or discursive?
 

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In many cases, students’ writing will be a hybrid of these types of texts. Sample materials in both English Standard, Example C and English Advanced, Example B (a) demonstrate how students will have a choice about the type of text they write.
NESA website more or less confirms that students will be given a choice.
 

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