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)The module is about human experience. So creating an essay on the idea of human experience may be adaptable Idk. "your grandmas chicken kebabs"
Hey, that link is cool. Do you have any links to English advanced and other modules?
NESA website more or less confirms that students will be given a choice.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.