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    (Original post by hosannna)
    ppt I've done on them
    Thanks sooooo much

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    Does anyone have any predictions for gatsby?

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    if anyones looking for a short video on audens poems, some dont apply but nethertheless this is still quite interesting for As i Walked Out One Evening.

    http://oyc.yale.edu/english/engl-310/lecture-22#ch6
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    (Original post by Tj789)
    Hey can someone please give me some advice on how to structure 42 makers, im so confused
    okay this part should have one hour spent on it. The focus is on aspects of narrative and its significance to the story in 3 texts.

    you dont need an intro

    write about 3 texts as separate mini essays (basically just making a few points on each). You dont need to connect or compare them. Write about the aspect of narrative set up in the question related to the story in each of the 3 texts. This part is assessed on AO1, AO3 and AO4, so basically whatever points you make must all be clearly written with lots of textual evidence and analysis.

    a conclusion isn't needed either but i would recommend to tie together the three separate texts and their variation to the question's aspect of narrative by writing a sentence or two affirming your debate/argument

    hope this helps
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    (Original post by Alevelscankill)
    Laboratory is definitely likely to come up. So is patriot and chapter 1 & 3 of gatsby.


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    chapter one came up last year for gatsby. chapter 6 is yet to come up
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    (Original post by ammaarah01)
    Does anyone have any predictions for gatsby?

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    chapter 6
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    Any predictions for Rossetti and Keats poetry for section A?
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    Minor characters, setting, time, characterisation, dialogue, narrative voice is a likely one
    They could all come up id be prepared for them all
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    finished this revision powerpoint for frost, rossetti, the road and the great gatsby, took me ages! anyways hope it helps
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    Thank you so much
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    Someone PLEASE ANSWER ASAP! In the mark scheme it says evaluation is needed to get high marks? What does this mean? How would you evaluate?
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    You interpret the significance and the meaning behind why the narrator has chosen to do something (e.g in Gatsby an argument takes place between Tom and Gatsby on what Nick describes as the hottest day of the year, from this you can evaluate the significance of this weather in contrast to the events taking place, for example Fitzgerald could of set the weather as the hottest of the year the argument to suggest that, just like the weather, the argument is heated.)
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    Always ask yourself why, why is it significant, why has it been done, what is the reason for it, and always back yourself up with quotes
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    How did everyone find the exam... what questions did you do

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    Did anyone answer question 2 in part B? (Owen question) was just wondering what poems you used!?


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