In this video I rewrite a so-so creative response so that it follows Hannah Kent’s style more closely.
Can you find the main arguments in the below article?
Photo: Greg Newington, from The Sydney Morning Herald
A few tips on preparing for that creative SAC, using The Thing Around Your Neck, All About Eve and Mabo as example texts.
I was asked to clarify this a week or two ago, so I thought I’d make a video.
Note: This is a post from a series of scheduled posts while I’m away.
Many students don’t feel confident in analysing the visual in the text they get. Below is some general advice for students who struggle with knowing how to write about them: Continue reading “Analysing a Visual”
Note: This is a post from a series of scheduled posts while I’m away for a few weeks.
In this video, I edit a super duper long sentence. Please note that the use of low camera angle is wrong, but I’m just editing for length so I left that alone.
I hope that was helpful!
Note: This post is one of a series of scheduled posts while I’m away for a few weeks.
Some students get a little confused when authors use multiple persuasive techniques/devices at once. Where do you start? Which one do you talk about first? Below is an example: Continue reading “When authors use multiple persuasive techniques at once”
When writing under timed conditions, it’s important to understand time as a limited resource. Are you using your x number of minutes to write stuff that going to get you the highest mark? Continue reading “Video: The ‘Bang for Buck’ writing principle”
As students move up the years in high school, they are expected to use more and more complex vocabulary, but this leads to a pet peeve of mine: inappropriate/incorrect vocabulary.