Shakespeare You answer one question from a choice of two on the Shakespeare set text you have studied. You guys gonna buck barley? As you can see, the question provides you with a short extract from the novel, and asks you to read the passage before answering part A and part B.
He looked into the box shelf and then picked a small yellow can from it. The question will be in two parts 34 marks. He felt safe now, and he spoke more confidently. He put an ace up on his scoring rack and piled a two, three and four of diamonds on it.
The unseen poem, whilst selected from the list of 15 poets, will not be one of the 15 poems in the new collection. George stepped over and threw his blankets down on the burlap sack of straw that was a mattress.
You will have to ZOOM OUT on the extract to examine how it demonstrates what life was like for those living in this particular time period, and how this is also presented in the rest of the novel.
The bunk house was a long, rectangular building. You should spend no more than 45 minutes answering this question. You are provided with a list of 15 poets and a new collection of 15 poems which brings together one poem from each poet in the list.
George studied his cards. Unit 2 Poetry across time Section A: It is imperative that you think carefully about why Steinbeck has chosen specific words and images, and the effect this creates in the reader.
Against the walls were eight bunks, five of them made up with blankets and the other three showing their burlap ticking. Lennie drummed on the table with his fingers.
Hell of a nice fella. Exploring cultures You answer one question on the set text they have studied. You answer one question, from a choice of two,on the poetry cluster they have studied.
Part A asks you to closely analyse the methods and techniques used by Steinbeck to create a particular atmosphere, describe an important setting, convey a particular theme or present an interesting character. Lennie reached for a face card and studied it, then turned it upside down and studied it.
These here jail baits is just set on the trigger of the hoosegow. The old man was reassured. And there were medicines on the shelves, and little vials, combs; and from nails on the box sides, a few neckties.
Inside, the walls were whitewashed and the floor unpainted. And these shelves were loaded with little articles, soap and talcum powder, razors and those Western magazines ranch men love to read and scoff at and secretly believe.
The door opened and a tall, stoop-shouldered old man came in. In the middle of the room stood a big square table littered with playing cards, and around it were grouped boxes for the players to sit on.
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