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Hi! Thought it'd be interesting to discuss both P1 and P2 in Swedish A. I'm doing Swe A HL Lang & Lit. What texts did you choose for analyzing in P1 and what are your general thoughts? I chose the two last texts, the one about emigration from Sweden to the US and the chronicle about moving out when you're young. There was sooo much to say about the first text and almost no stylistic devices or such in the second one which made it really unbalanced for me. For P2 I question number six, which was something like "Texters betydelse pÃ¥verkas bÃ¥de av det sammanhang de skrev i och det de lÃ¤ses i", and I used "DvÃ¤rgen" and "Ett dockhem" in the discussion. That question kind of forced you to really discuss context, which is basically what criterion C is all about (which I find the hardest to incorporate if the question doesn't specifically ask for it!) The questions were actually really good in my opinion, seeing as I felt as if I could produce good essays for at least 3 of them! What question did you choose? All Lang Lit SL students and literature students are more than welcome to post about their thoughts as well :-)
Hello IBsurvival! first post, yay I am taking Swedish A L&L(I assume this goes under the A1 forums), and our first real IB assignment is to do a Further Oral Activity. This seemingly is a very creative assignment, which I think is making it difficult. Our teacher gave us 5 headlines which in some way had to do with Language history in Sweden, as that is the country we are from and Swedish is language we are studying. Since the syllabus is the same for every language it does not matter at all in which language you have done it. Anyway, me and two of my classmates have decided to research and lecture about the relation between language and power for an indigenous people in Sweden called the Sami. To my horror it appears to be 0 threads on this type of assignment, and searching google doesn't help a lot either. It would be greatly appreciated if anyone with experience in Further Oral Activities could share their tips. P.S. Bumping this thread by saying Welcome is OK too