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tallulah.tallulah

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Reimagined Worlds
« on: August 22, 2019, 04:22:26 pm »
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Heyyyy need some help asap - does anyone have practice questions (either from your trial or stuff you found) for REIMAGINED WORLDS mod?? preferably a critical response type one?

angewina_naguen

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Re: Reimagined Worlds
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2019, 11:39:29 pm »
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Heyyyy need some help asap - does anyone have practice questions (either from your trial or stuff you found) for REIMAGINED WORLDS mod?? preferably a critical response type one?

Hey, tallulah.tallulah!

Welcome to the forums! I've got some original practice questions from the other threads that I adjusted to make more suited to your elective  :)

Reimagined Worlds Practice Questions

"The world is but a canvas to the imagination." (Henry David Thoreau) To what extent does this statement align with your understanding of Re-imagined Worlds? Refer to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.

Assess how the form of your text has influenced the re-imagined literary worlds constructed. Refer to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.

Critically analyse how the complexity of reality has been explored in your study of Re-Imagined Worlds. In your response, make detailed reference to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.

From possibilities emerges reimagination. From reimagination emerges possibilities. How does this statement reflect your understanding of the fictional boundaries explored, pushed and challenged in the literary worlds of your study?  Refer to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.

"All good literature rests primarily on insight." (George Henry Lewes) How do two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing provide insight into re-imagined literary worlds?

Tension is at the heart of imagination. Literature seeks to resolve it. To what extent has conflict contributed to the literary worlds in two of your prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing?

"A mind stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions." (Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.) To what extent has your study of Re-imagined Worlds provoked changes in thought, attitude and/or perspective? Refer to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.

"It is a grand thing to rise in the world. The ambition to do so is the very salt of the earth. It is the parent of all enterprise and the cause of all improvement." (Anthony Trollope) To what extent have the actions of individuals and communities represented in the literary worlds of your elective activated change? Refer to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.


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Re: Reimagined Worlds
« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2019, 03:14:14 pm »
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Hey, tallulah.tallulah!

Welcome to the forums! I've got some original practice questions from the other threads that I adjusted to make more suited to your elective  :)

Reimagined Worlds Practice Questions

"The world is but a canvas to the imagination." (Henry David Thoreau) To what extent does this statement align with your understanding of Re-imagined Worlds? Refer to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.

Assess how the form of your text has influenced the re-imagined literary worlds constructed. Refer to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.

Critically analyse how the complexity of reality has been explored in your study of Re-Imagined Worlds. In your response, make detailed reference to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.

From possibilities emerges reimagination. From reimagination emerges possibilities. How does this statement reflect your understanding of the fictional boundaries explored, pushed and challenged in the literary worlds of your study?  Refer to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.

"All good literature rests primarily on insight." (George Henry Lewes) How do two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing provide insight into re-imagined literary worlds?

Tension is at the heart of imagination. Literature seeks to resolve it. To what extent has conflict contributed to the literary worlds in two of your prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing?

"A mind stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions." (Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.) To what extent has your study of Re-imagined Worlds provoked changes in thought, attitude and/or perspective? Refer to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.

"It is a grand thing to rise in the world. The ambition to do so is the very salt of the earth. It is the parent of all enterprise and the cause of all improvement." (Anthony Trollope) To what extent have the actions of individuals and communities represented in the literary worlds of your elective activated change? Refer to two prescribed texts and two related texts of your own choosing.


Thanks so much angewina_naguen!

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Re: Reimagined Worlds
« Reply #3 on: October 18, 2019, 03:27:49 pm »
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Heyyyy need some help asap - does anyone have practice questions (either from your trial or stuff you found) for REIMAGINED WORLDS mod?? preferably a critical response type one?

Hey tallulah.tallulah! Here's the question from my trials.

Question 2 (25/50 marks) - Elective 3: Reimagined Worlds

In reimagined worlds we reject what is and inhabit what ought to be.

How do your prescribed texts examine this idea from various perspectives? In your response, refer to TWO prescribed texts and at least ONE related text of your own choosing.