Module A Different approaches to the question: Question 6, Citizen Kane Different approaches to the question: Candidates often explored the interaction through the movement of time in the play. Question 8, Virginia Woolf: Willy Russell, Educating Rita Candidates primarily focused on the characterisation of Frank and Rita and how they changed as a means to address the process of transition and how that can shape challenges to attitudes and beliefs.
Question 4a Namatjira Candidates showed strength in these areas: I enjoyed the play; I thought that it is better shown on TV than in a book. Question 7 A Beautiful Mind Candidates showed strength in these areas: This showed lack of insight for the whole text and led candidates into a descriptive recount rather than detailed analysis of the specific sections of the text.
An approach to the novel was through the character Lucy; however, the complexity of the character was not explored in depth. Question 10 Elective 2: It was in this surprising environment that he conceived the idea of being a writer.
Candidates explored the challenging of beliefs and attitudes through an examination of change and how the perspectives of characters alter over time. William Russell was born in Whiston, just outside Liverpool, in More original choices of textual evidence would assist students in building and constructing more depth in their response and show their knowledge of the whole text.
Arthur Miller, All My Sons Some candidates were successful in conceptualising the interactions between the characters and their world. Other successful approaches were through: The relationship between the brothers and their family and society was used effectively to demonstrate to what extent interactions challenge attitudes and beliefs.
Module B Question 3, Hamlet Different approaches to the question: Some candidates accepted the terms of the question and posited this as their thesis, while others offered more detailed analysis and formulated their own informed personal viewpoint.
Section III Different approaches to the question: Poems selected by Seamus Heaney Different approaches to the question: Question 5, The Seagull Different approaches to the question: Nick Enright, A Man with Five Children Candidates identified the interactions between Gerry and the children using thoughtfully selected dramatic techniques.
Module C Question 9 Elective 1: Positive and negative interactions were explored by some candidates while others took a thematic approach using ideas such as morality, truth, resilience, acceptance, family and friendship as the basis of their analysis of the text.
Approaches were often too broad and not specific or detailed enough to explicitly answer the question. Raimond Gaita, Romulus, My Father Responses explored the various and changing interactions of the characters to show how these experiences could both challenge and affirm attitudes and beliefs.
Question 6 Candidates showed strength in these areas: Question 4b, Cloudstreet Different approaches to the question: Question 7b, Christina Rossetti: These perspectives on attitudes and beliefs were often linked to the didactic experience of the responder.
Section II Candidates showed strength in these areas:Module C: Into the World - Educating Rita; Sample Essay on the Topic of Belonging* *Disclaimer: Do not discuss belonging in this module. How has Educating Rita by Willy Russel shaped your understanding of belonging?
Discuss with reference to language and dramatic techniques. Sep 02, · Educating Rita In this essay I will comment on how Russell comments on modern society in his play Educating Rita.
William Russell was born in Whiston, just outside Liverpool, in Watch the video below as an introduction to Module C. Remember that our text is Educating Rita (not Billy Elliot). You also need another text as an ORT, do not.
Educating rita related text is "the door". Short intro -Transition is the process in which people change from one state or condition to another and it is through transition people are. Rita is portrayed as uneducated & from a lower class from the outset. “Do ya’ get a lot like me”, is a depiction of Rita’s status within society as her constant use of.
Educating Rita by Willy Russell is a drama text within the "Texts and Society " Module C(Elective 2:Exploring Transition) in the HSC English Standard.Download