YOU GUYS ARE ALL WRONG!
Extension English itself can be so ridiculously specific that you really can't prepare anything appropriate, it's just like going into an essay without a pre-prepared essay!
I've done things like a war between postmodern and traditionalist authors, A boy who can't fall in love because of its grammatical mishaps, a couple who died and ended up in the author's bedroom instead of heaven, A guy who started reading, realised he was Italo Calvino, and wrote himself into a new society... You just have to play with language and textual form! Who writes a text? that's all it is about
And I know you've all probably got a firm idea now that the exam is like three days away or whatever it is, but that's just my input
Shadowdude is right on the money here, but you really can just ramble incessantly and get a decent mark!
The thing you have to remember? In Textual Dynamics, subvert the text! If not once, do it twice! But not thrice, that's just far too confusing and a key component of kitsch. You don't want that, do you?