year 12 hsc english module b close study of literature practice questions

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20 Practice Essay Questions for Year 12 Standard English Module B: Close Study of Literature

Question 1

“How has the composer of your text used conflict to express their key ideas?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 2

“In your text, how is the presentation of characters and their relationships used to convey memorable ideas?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 3

“How have the distinctive qualities of your text developed your understanding of its key themes?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 4

“How has the composer of your text created an immersive narrative world?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 5

“Only through their distinctive qualities do texts become memorable.”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 6

“Only through their distinctive qualities do texts become memorable.”

 

Discuss this statement in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 7

“How have the stylistic choices of your text’s composer influenced your understanding of its key themes?”

 

In your response, refer to your prescribed text.

Question 8

“Through the choices of the creator, the people within a text become real to us.”

 

Discuss this statement in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 9

“Through the choices of the creator, the people within a text become real to an audience.”

 

Discuss this statement in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 10

“How have the distinctive qualities of your text been used to convey a number of important themes?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 11

“What is most memorable about a given text is the people it depicts.”

 

Discuss this statement in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 12

“How have the conventions of the form of your text been manipulated in order to convey its key ideas?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 13

“How does your text demonstrate the importance of form in the way it communicates its key messages?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 14

“It is through a text’s depiction of people within it that it becomes memorable.”

 

Discuss this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 15

“How does the key conflicts of your text reflect the context of its production?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

 

Question 16

“How has the composer of your text used setting in order to convey its key ideas?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 17

“How have the conventions of the form of your text been manipulated in order to convey its key ideas?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 18

“Within your text, how is voice used in order to convey the central themes of your text?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 19

“How do the distinctive qualities of your text allow for the vivid depictions of the people it concerns?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

Question 20

“How do the key themes of your texts reflect the context of its production?”

 

Respond to this question in relation to your prescribed text.

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Cameron Croese completed his HSC in 2013, earning first place in his cohort in Advanced English, Extension English 1, and Extension English 2. Privately tutoring throughout his university career as an English and Education student, he enjoys helping his students at Art of Smart understand, write well on, and enjoy their texts, as well as assisting with other aspects of school life. He is a contributing editor to his student magazine, in which he has had reviews, feature articles, and short stories published.