It is ironic that Proctor, a predominantly moral man, is bought down by a lie and his adultery.
The personal has been unduly politicised similar to how witnesses were convicted for being gay, not merely communist.
The best way to perfect your use of critical perspectives is to write practice essays incorporating them and seeking feedback on your efforts.
If you would like a more detailed explanation of writing body paragraphs, read our posts: Now that we’ve got our body paragraphs down we need to look at how to write introductions and conclusions.
Let’s see the steps that Matrix English Students are taught to follow when using evidence in a T. Using the following checklist will ensure this: Now, you’ve got your head around using evidence for the body paragraph, we should quickly discuss addressing the Module and using your supplementary material.
It is not enough to pay lip service to the Module in the introduction and conclusion, you need to discuss it in a sustained manner throughout your response.
To do this, you must: Module B for Year 11s and 12 and Extension English require students to consider the perspectives of others in their writing.
Some assessment tasks for other units might require students to read a critical interpretation of their text and discuss it in relation to their own perspective of the text.
He focuses on the inversion of power occurring in the court.
It is ironic that Abigail, a young girl, has the power to manipulate the Deputy Governor of the Province.