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I am currently doing AS English Language Production Coursework.
For the above coursework I want to challenge the representation of Jeremy Kyle (appose the current negative representations).
I plan on using a figurative character that has been on his show (imaginary) who thinks that he is brilliant and like their social worker.
I have a few genres in mind, but am unsure of what would be best to acheive a good grade (preferably atleast a B).
The genres are;
A blog with comments from the public
A newspaper article (The Sun)
A magazine article (Take a break)
A facebook post with comments (unsure)
Could anyone help me atall? Any comments are appreciated.

Thankx Jade
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(Original post by jadek95)
I am currently doing AS English Language Production Coursework.
For the above coursework I want to challenge the representation of Jeremy Kyle (appose the current negative representations).
I plan on using a figurative character that has been on his show (imaginary) who thinks that he is brilliant and like their social worker.
I have a few genres in mind, but am unsure of what would be best to acheive a good grade (preferably atleast a B).
The genres are;
A blog with comments from the public
A newspaper article (The Sun)
A magazine article (Take a break)
A facebook post with comments (unsure)
Could anyone help me atall? Any comments are appreciated.

Thankx Jade
Personally I would go for a magazine feature - maybe an interview with this character - as it will allow you to write in more depth. However, you should choose whichever mode of writing you are most familiar with and feel comfortable writing.

I enjoyed doing this coursework. I did a leaflet about ghost tours in Blackpool as a way of representing Blackpool in an alternative way. It was fun!
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