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Escape – creative writing

Seven twenty-three pm three years ago today Bianca’s mother lived her last seconds of her life in the icy-cold critical care unit. After years of suffering from a rare and untreatable medical condition she died. And that’s when the catastrophe of Bianca’s life started to unfold when she was only twelve. Not even six months has […]

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Dicken’s write

Magwitch in the first meeting was a middle-aged man, however in the second he’s an old man, “his age was about sixty. ” Pip as a young boy is week and a “small bundle of shivers growing afraid of it all and beginning to cry. ” From this we can tell Pip is small, vulnerable […]

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The National Literacy Strategy

Segmentation is the ability to recognise each phoneme within a word and segment them in order to make sense of that word. Once this is achievable if a child is reading and stumbles upon a word that he or she does not recognise, they will have the ability to segment each phoneme and then blend […]

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The Man – creative writing

As Sarah carefully ground the white substance into a fine powder she thought about her painful life. Tears streamed down her soft pale cheeks and fell, pooling in shimmering puddles on the dirty Formica bench. She took a deep breath and exhaled slowly, the knowledge of committing this crime, a crime that she knew, would […]

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Original Writing

She walked alone in the night, the cold biting at her skin. The wind lashed her long black hair against her face, she didn’t bother to push it out of the way, and it didn’t matter. Her long cloak dragged at the ground, the thick black velvet material kept the freezing cold from overwhelming her. […]

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Male-dominated world of writing

Little Red Cap’ revises ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ in order to explore a rite of passage through puberty, the seductions of heterosexuality and initiation into the male-dominated world of writing. ” In light of this comment explore whether ‘Little Red Cap’ is a fitting start to The Worlds Wife. In Carol Ann Duffy’s collection of […]

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How far do you agree of this assessment of “The World’s Wife”?

Due to the fact that Carol Ann Duffy to a certain extent is a feminine writer, it is easy to make the proclamation that she fundamentally undermines male status in ‘The World’s Wife’. Duffy uses the collection to give women who have not been heard previously a voice, and by using this sense of ‘L’ecriture […]

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A typical day in the life of a street child

With a fast-paced lifestyle becoming normal, everyone seeks the comforts of their house at the end of the day Many of us take things for granted. The truth is that we should thank God for making us fortunate enough to live and relish the successes of life. The day breaks and we get into motion. […]

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AS English Language Travel Writing – Tasmania

“Okay, mate!” Exclaimed an over-enthusiastic, ebullient tour guide, flashing a menacing, chipped tooth grin in my direction. And so I was here, in Tasmania – Australia’s adventure state, overwhelmed by crocodile Dundee wannabes, who flock to this alluring southerly island chasing thrills ‘n’ spills and the promise of daredevil action. This trifling branch of paradise, […]

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Developing my very own horror scene

Studying various aspects of horror, I have concluded that to create my very own horror scene, I would need to include thought-tracking, depiction and hot seating. Therefore, my group has combined all of this to produce our final piece. My group’s scene is based on an attack. Our piece begins with myself, being interviewed by […]

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