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Hey everyone.
Anyone else doing the exam with dancing at lughnasa and carol ann duffy poetry/Sheena pugh?
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Hey! I'm doing Dancing at Lughnasa and Plath & Hughes.
Any ideas for what is going to come up for Dancing at Lughnasa?
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(Original post by sunandstars)
Hey! I'm doing Dancing at Lughnasa and Plath & Hughes.
Any ideas for what is going to come up for Dancing at Lughnasa?
Not a clue! :/ I havent even been started english yet, because of my psychology exam-.-
Any predictions what could appear? :/
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I'm re-sitting my Dancing At Lughnasa exam (with Larkin/Abse for poetry - has anyone got any predictions for that?). I really think Lughnasa may have a character question as they appear to like them and haven't done one for a while! A question on Kate would be good I think. The questions for the Welsh Jan exam were on ceremony or religion so I think they're unlikely to be repeated on Friday. :-)
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I'm doing Heaney/Sheers and Kindertransport anyone else?
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I'm doing Heaney/Sheers and Kindertransport anyone else?
Im doing Heaney and Sheers, any ideas what could come up?
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I'm re-sitting my Dancing At Lughnasa exam (with Larkin/Abse for poetry - has anyone got any predictions for that?). I really think Lughnasa may have a character question as they appear to like them and haven't done one for a while! A question on Kate would be good I think. The questions for the Welsh Jan exam were on ceremony or religion so I think they're unlikely to be repeated on Friday. :-)
It would be great if Kate came up!
I would like the Festival of Lughnasa itself or Michael to come up, but I doubt they will because they're quite easy!
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I'm doing Duffy and Pugh. I hope to god something like childhood or journeys come up!


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Im doing Heaney and Sheers, any ideas what could come up?
Fingers crossed it's something on childhood, but I have absolutely no clue otherwise! How do you revise poetry?
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May 2011 -Explore the presentation of Jack’s experience with African culture in this extract and elsewhere in the play.
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Explore the ways responsibility and freedom are presented in this extract and elsewhere in the play.
January 2012 -
Explore the way Friel presents Irish Catholic family relationships in this extract and at least one other point in the play.
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Discuss how Friel presents the significance of gender in 1930s society in this extract and at least one other point in the play.
May 2012 -
Discuss how Friel presents attitudes to women in 1930s society in this extract and at least one other point in the play.
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Discuss how Friel uses the 1936 setting (thank God we didn't have this one!) in this extract and at least one other point in the play.
January 2013 -
Explore the way Friel uses characters and dramatic techniques to criticise 1930s Irish society in this extract and at least one other point in the play.
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Discuss how Friel presents home life in this extract and at least one other point in the play.
May 2013 -
Discuss how Friel presents the effects of changes in society in this extract and at least one other point in the play.
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Discuss how Friel presents relationships between men and women in this extract and at least one other point in the play.

Hey guys, just put this quick list together so you could see what has already been up by the WJEC! However, I must stress that WJEC have now started to repeat things, if you notice with other subjects e.g. those doing WJEC biology would have probably noticed their long essays are repeated, based on the same topic. This makes it tricky for us to judge what is to come up! From analysing this, we can see they either pick 1.) Home life/setting 2.) Gender/Relationships/Attitudes to women 3.) Changes 4.) character . We will probably get a question that falls into one of these categories but is worded different. Anyone else make any suggestions that can come up?
I predict a question on either a THEME or CHARACTER or CONTEXT/SETTING.
Please put all your suggestions forward Have a smashing time with revision haha


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How did it go for everyone?
I felt the questions and extracts were really good! (for Plath & Dancing at Lughnasa)
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Questions for heaney/sheers and Kindertransport were good, thought it went pretty well.
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I think it went really well! So happy :-)


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