make sure that you’re all preparing for the essay on Tuesday;
- develop a single-sided help sheet
- look at the rubric -> Assessment Rubric – AOS 3
- write practice paragraphs and send to me for feedback
Remember that this essay is about how the film presents ideas and concerns so talk about:
- cinematic techniques
- use evidence (quotes and analysis of scenes)
Email me if you need anything 🙂
The PREP this week is as follows:
- Complete pre-readings
- Finish plot chart
- Complete context research
- Work on filling out revision notes
the PREP is as follows; [bring this to class on monday]
- Find quotes or passages from anything/anyone that you think embodies resilience and inspire you
- List what you want to achieve in this class and what is an obstacle to this
PREP this week is as follows;
- REVISE for the SAC on Friday
- Complete any incomplete tasks, if need be (this will help your revision)
- Know/learn cinematic techniques, record in glossary
- Write a practice essay and submit it [based on NY Times review]
- Have 3-5 questions for me to answer about your writing, be specific
You must attend class on FRIDAY to complete the SAC. If you are absent you must provide a doctor’s certificate. If you know that you cannot attend on Friday please arrange a meeting with myself and Mrs Smith to discuss alternatives.
THE SAC TASK
You will be responding to this review -> Assessment Task – Review
These are the instructions -> Assessment Task – Unit 3 Literature AOS 3
This info is also in current tasks section of OneNote
The PREP is as follows; [This has been edited as of Friday 20th Feb]
- Read pp. 104-107 of the textbook [by Friday 20th Feb]
- Have at least 4 examples of close analysis for each of the four areas of close analysis [by Monday 23rd Feb]
- Complete pre-reading questions for pp. 104-107 [by Monday 23rd Feb]
- Complete your practice alternative viewpoints essay on the NY Times review. [bu Monday 23rd]
- Complete any incomplete tasks, if need be, this will help your revision. [by Monday 23rd Feb]
If you need to find any tasks just go to the ‘Current tasks’ OneNote. This is where you’ll find the ‘pre-readings’ and task pages.
“At night! I think of my piano in its ocean grave.” – Ada McGrath
The PREP for the weekend is as follows;
- Complete ‘ways to use ER’ task
- Complete ‘key scenes’ task
- Complete week 3 pre-readings
Please refer to the OneNote to find these tasks, email me if you don’t have access and I will help you out.
just wanted to post here that I have web-messaged you the tasks for tomorrow. Please check the blog on Friday for the PREP for the weekend.
Task- ways to use the ER (complete this first)
Task- key scenes (complete this second) this also will cover Friday’s class
“‘Twere good he had God’s patience, for silence affects everyone in the end. The strange thing is, I don’t think myself silent.” – Ada McGrath
The PREP this week is as follows;
- Pre-read pp. 163-167 of textbook
- Consider how the features of a review apply to the one you have chosen [table on page 165] make note of anything that stands out to you.
- Create a table or mindmap explaining the viewpoints and the different types of assumptions the textbook outlines. [pages 165-167]
- Pre-read pp. 67-78 of textbook
- List the different types of setting/context with a brief description in your own words
- Explore/explain what ideology is and why it is important
- Do you believe all of these elements of context can/should be considered as being independent of each other?
- Complete questions 3&4 from activity at top of pg. 174 to develop the analysis of your review
- Use this as practice for writing statements
- Complete overdue tasks
- Be sure to be reading set texts ahead of time (The Broken Shore is next)
Email if you need assistance.
But seriously, putting her hand in the mud is actually pretty silly…
the PREP for the weekend is:
- Pre-read and summarise pages 174-175 on how to structure/plan this type of response
- Summarise the information you read
- Record any questions you have as you read this
- Have a go at the analysing a review task (if you’ve got time) -> Task- analysing your review
See ya, bye.
Sorry for the late post everyone, I done goofed.
Tonight’s PREP is:
- Find a couple of short extracts of writing from an examiner’s report that you think are amazing.
- Write a short response explaining what the writer does that is so good
- Complete overdue PREP tasks [you must now attend a session at lunch on Monday, NON-OPTIONAL]