In this video I rewrite a so-so creative response so that it follows Hannah Kent’s style more closely.
I was asked to clarify this a week or two ago, so I thought I’d make a video.
Necessity is the mother of invention
This idiom* is used to express the idea that a creative solution was reached because there were no alternatives. This is usually used in situations where there was a desperate need for a solution and there were none to be found, so people had to get creative.
Below is a clear illustration of this idea: Continue reading “Idiom: Necessity, mother of invention”
Finding a good tutor can be a bit of gamble: a good ATAR doesn’t automatically translate into a good tutor, going to a ‘good’ school also guarantees very little. So what can you do as a student/parent? Continue reading “How to find a good tutor”
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!