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  1. Written Task for Streetcar named desire - Extra scene

    My grade for the WT is 16/20 since my rationale was not well explained
    but the point is that I used Teneessee William's linguistic style properly.
    Even though English is my second Language :3
  2. English A LL FOA

    My FOA for English A Lang Lit to give you ideas. I got a 7 on it with 1point from full marks.
  3. English Syllabus (Language and Literature)

    English syllabus 2016.
  4. FOA: Sexual Assault and Honor Killings (7/7 IB scale, 97%)

    This is my FOA about sexual assault and honor killings. I got a 7 on the IB scale and a 97%. Enjoy!
  5. Ode to the West Wind Commentary

    A commentary based on the first canto of Ode to the West Wind by Percy Bysshe Shelley
  6. Written Task HL English Language and Literature 20/20

    some spelling mistakes were corrected in a later version, however, nothing else was changed.
  7. Persepolis notes

    These notes may help for anyone who has Persepolis as a prescribed novel for Paper 2.
  8. Purple Hibiscus notes

    These notes may help for anyone who has Purple Hibiscus as a prescribed novel for Paper 2.
  9. John Keats notes

    Notes on a few of John Keats' poems for the Individual Oral Commentary.
  10. Streetcar - How does Tennessee Williams present Blanche in the opening scenes of the play?

    hi!! so this was just a practice essay we did (no time limit or anything). it's supposed to be like a paper 2 for Eng Langlit (I take HL), but its not quite the kind of question you'd get in the exam (you have to compare at least 2 of the texts studied). so, I guess its just a revision essay. our teacher still graded it as if it were an exam answer, though.
    this gets just about a level 7, however my teacher noted that "there are several key points missing here, e.g. how Blanche tells lots of small lies, and why; how she tells the truth about deep issues; her past pain - watching relatives die, choosing desire; about Allan's death" ... and that I should "refer more to individual scenes to anchor your quotes" (I didn't quote the page / scene number for each quote). 
  11. Dog in IB LITERATURe

    This is a dog in IB literature
     

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