I was asked to clarify this a week or two ago, so I thought I’d make a video.
The English/EAL exam is always a bit tricky to prepare for because, well, how to you study a skill? Continue reading “How to revise for your English/EAL exam”
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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”
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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”