Novel Questions

NOVEL QUESTIONS 1. Describe how the author uses language techniques to develop a character in the written text. Explain how the techniques helped to create an emotional response in you. 2. Describe how the author

Themes in Wild Pork and Watercress

Loyalty, friendship and family Childhood and growing up Failings of our social and justice systems Humour and humanity Nature and survival – as opposed to urbanisation Death, grief and loss Trust Race/Culture How does Ricky,

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The Writing Process and Structure

Choose your topic. Underline the key words in the question. Brainstorm ideas Organise ideas Write draft Edit and publish good copy.

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Novel Question 2017

http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/nqfdocs/ncea-resource/exams/2017/90849-exm-2017.pdf   Describe at least one challenge faced by a character or individual in the written text. Explain how this challenge helped you to understand the character or individual. INTRODUCTION A challenge faced by the

Language features and narrative

Language features, structure and narrative: Figurative language is used to convey ideas that might otherwise be difficult to express, such as similes. Examples of these are: ‘It was like a tidal wave, tearing past us

Chapter Language Analysis

Choose a chapter Write a SEXY paragraph discussing the narrative point ofview and setting of the novel, analysing the NZ language features Crump has used to make Ricky’s voice authentically ‘Kiwi’. Starter: Crump uses Ricky

Wild Pork and Watercress – Chapter One, The Wife’s Sister’s Boy – notes

The story is told in the first person point of view, of young Ricky Baker. This gives us the perspective of a young Maori boy, with his unique intellect, sense of humour and quick wit.

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