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Studying for English
« on: June 08, 2019, 06:15:21 pm »
What is the most effective method of studying before an English SAC? I've been trying to write a paragraph every day (equating to approximately two essays per week), but I'm struggling to retain motivation. Should I persevere and try to overcome my dwindling inspiration, or is it better to plan essays as opposed to writing them?

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Re: Studying for English
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2019, 08:29:39 pm »
To break up the monotony of doing text responses you could do a number of different activities.
*A close passage analysis, take out a passage and analyse the specific passage in relation to a theme you have studies.
*You could go over theme notes and character notes.
*Create a quote bank if you haven't already.
*Re-read the text or a significant part of the text.
* the old conventional path of finding lots of topic questions and answering those.
*Practising writing five minute plans.
*Vocabulary games to expand your vocab.
*finding sample text responses on your text
*searching for interviews by your author to gain some insight into authorial intent.