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ReeceFJ
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Sitting Higher English. Doing George Orwell's "A Hanging", which should be okay as the questions for it are all very similar, (A traumatic event/experience).

Also doing Liz Lochhead poems for Set text.

How should I cram these last few hours I have before Thursday (11/05/2017)?
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Omg I'm so jealous, I love all Orwell's essays <3

I find mind-maps really useful for English since they let you link concepts together really easily, and one of the worst things you could do in English is conceptualise your text in a disjointed way and then write a disjointed essay about it.
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(Original post by ReeceFJ)
Sitting Higher English. Doing George Orwell's "A Hanging", which should be okay as the questions for it are all very similar, (A traumatic event/experience).

Also doing Liz Lochhead poems for Set text.

How should I cram these last few hours I have before Thursday (11/05/2017)?
I'm doing "A Hanging" too and Carol Ann Duffy poems!
Literally praying a good question comes up for it and it's my only text that I can write an essay on as I'm awful at the others!

For "A Hanging" I have literally just memorised an essay, which I can tweak to suit a TP/ending scene sort of essay question just in case as pretty much everything links.

For my poems, I find creating mind maps and using highlighters helpful and for the last 10 marker, I have just created a table on word with possible questions and quotes from each poem I could use which I will just look over tonight
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