THE INDIVIDUAL STUDY. Especially: “Supporting Material” the best process text choices. 1. Appropriate choice of text for the task . Texts we enjoy as entertainment may not be suitable for this purpose. Constraints on Selection of Texts for Individual Study.
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from the SACE Board’s English Learning Area Manual
from English Learning Area Manual, SSABSA
because it helps you to demonstrate that you are refining your analysis/skills.
10. You should include questions you want answered and later, remember to discuss possible solutions you found.
13. Consider the title of the texts.
Pride & Prejudice
100 Years of Solitude
E.g. When he was nearly thirteen, my brother Jem got his arm badly broken at the elbow.
To Kill A Mockingbird
E.g. When he was nearly thirteen…
E.g. … nearly thirteen …
E.g. … my brother Jem got his arm …
(How did it happen toJem? Who did it tohim?)
E.g. … badly broken at the elbow.
(badly broken at the elbow)
E.g. The first page of To Kill A Mockingbird consciously delays our suspense about Jem’s arm with an extreme digression (via an almost naïve narrative voice: the child Scout) through a family history that even leads to the US Civil War – a narrative device like that of a zoom camera, moving out from the detail of a boy’s elbow to geopolitical history. This establishes both the digressive nature of Scout’s laid back Southern style and Maycomb’s sleepy rural setting, as well as subtly placing a coming of age story into the social history of American racism.
1. A novel and a film of the same novel, or an author study, can be problematic because there is often not enough to support a detailed study. There are lots of similarities but not much to really generate a good Study.