With the recent syllabus changes to the English modules, there is certainly a lack of relevant questions for the new module A.
As such here are 20 questions to practice on for Module A. Take a look at the 4 sentence essay activity over here Conquering HSC English in 6 Steps if you’re unsure how you should best prepare for your English exams.
Texts will inevitably have similar content and thus reveal similar messages about certain issues. Discuss this statement with reference to your two prescribed texts.
Explore the influences of context on the perspectives explored in your texts.
The text’s context has a profound impact on the values presented. Evaluate the accuracy of this statement by referencing your two texts.
Having studied two texts in various forms, explore how a text’s form influences the message and values it presents.
A comparative study of your texts can allow you to realise the impact of context on the text’s values and ideals.
Do you agree with this statement? Evaluate with reference to your prescribed texts.
A thorough analysis of the contextual influences upon a text allows for a greater understanding of the ideas presented within the text. Evaluate this statement with reference to your two prescribed texts.
By comparatively analysing your text’s, do they convey contextually appropriate values? Make reference to your prescribed texts/
How similar are the meanings and values presented in your prescribed texts? Make detailed reference to the contextual influences upon both texts.
The composer’s perspectives are shaped by their respective contexts. How true is this of the two prescribed texts?
Similar perspectives does not lead to similar content. Discuss how relevant this statement is to the two prescribed texts.
The values of the text and its perspective is shaped solely by the context. Discuss the accuracy of this statement is to the two prescribed texts.
Discuss how the treatment of similar content can heighten out understanding of the values present within each text. Make reference to two prescribed texts.
How does the form and the context of a text influence the projection of its values and attitudes? Provide detailed reference to the two prescribed texts.
Context, perspective and values are all central to developing a text’s inherent message. Discuss how this influences the two prescribed texts studied.
Intertextual connections reinforce that certain values transcend time. How accurate is this statement with reference to your two prescribed texts?
Intertextual connections illustrate the changes in values over time. How accurate is this statement with reference to your two prescribed texts?
How are opposing values discussed through intertextual connections? Discuss this statement in reference to the two prescribed texts.
Despite changes in context and composer, the meaning conveyed does not change. How accurate is this statement with reference to your two prescribed texts?
How has your knowledge of intertextual connections improved by analysing your two prescribed texts?
Regardless of context, values presented in canonical texts remain relevant. Discuss this statement with reference to your prescribed texts.