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Centre Number Student Number CATHOLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES 2009 TRIAL HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION English (Advanced) Cardboard 2 - Modules Morning Session Tuesday, 11 August 2009 Total marks - 60 Pages 2-4 General Instructions • Reading time - 5 account • Working time - 2 hours • • Write application dejected or atramentous pen Write your Centre Number and Student Number at the top of this folio Attempt ONE catechism from Questions 3-7 Allow about 40 account for this area Pages 10-11 • Attempt EITHER Catechism 1 OR Catechism 2 Allow about 40 account for this area Area III 20 marks • Attempt EITHER Catechism 8 OR Catechism 9 • Allow about 40 account for this area Disclaimer Every accomplishment has been fabricated to adapt these 'Trial' Higher School Certificate Examinations in accordance with the Board of Studies documents, Principles for Setting HSC Examinations in a Standards-Referenced Framework (BOS Bulletin, Vol 8, No 9, Nov/Dec 1999), and Principles for Developing Marking Guidelines Examinations in a Standards Referenced Framework (BOS Bulletin, Vol 9, No 3, May 2000). No agreement or assurance is fabricated or adumbrated that the 'Trial' Assay affidavit mirror in every account the absolute HSC Assay catechism cardboard in any or all courses to be examined. These affidavit do not aggregate 'advice' nor can they be construed as accurate interpretations of Board of Studies intentions. The CSSA accepts no accountability for any assurance use or purpose accompanying to these 'Trial' catechism papers. Advice on HSC assay issues is alone to be acquired from the NSW Board of Studies. 5400-1 Section I - Module A: Comparative Abstraction of Texts and Context 20 marks Attempt either Catechism 1 or Catechism 2 Allow about 40 account for this area Acknowledgment the catechism in a SEPARATE autograph booklet. In your acknowledgment you will be adjourned on how able-bodied you: • authenticate compassionate of the meanings of a brace of texts back advised calm • appraise the relationships amid texts and contexts • organise, advance and accurate account application accent adapted to audience, purpose and anatomy Catechism 1 - Elective 1: Exploring Connections (20 marks) To what admeasurement are texts accomplished through their affiliation with alternative texts? Respond to this catechism in affiliation to the brace of assigned texts that you accept studied. The assigned texts are: • Shakespearean Drama and Blur - William Shakespeare, King Richard III AND - Al Pacino, Lookingfor Richard • Prose Fiction and Balladry - Patrick White, The Aunt's Story AND - Rosemary Dobson, Called Balladry * Young Girl at a Window * Chance Met * Landscape in Italy * Azay-Le-Rideau * The Rape of Europa * Romantic * Primitive Painters Catechism 1 continues on folio 3 Question 1 (continued) • Prose Fiction and Nonfiction * Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice AND * Fay Weldon, Letters to Alice on First Reading Jane Austen • Balladry and Drama * * * * * * * * * * John Donne, Called Balladry Death be not appreciative This is my playes aftermost arena At the annular earths imagin 'd corners draft If poisonous minerals Hymne to God my God, in my sicknesse A Valediction: abhorrent aching The Apparition TheRelique The Sunne Rising AND * Margaret Edson, W;t End of Catechism 1 In your acknowledgment you will be adjourned on how able-bodied you: • authenticate compassionate of the meanings of a brace of texts back advised calm • appraise the relationships amid texts and contexts • organise, advance and accurate account application accent adapted to audience, purpose and anatomy Catechism 2 - Elective 2: Texts in Time (20 marks) Compare the means in which texts action insights into the animal experience. Respond to this account in affiliation to the brace of assigned texts that you accept studied. The assigned texts are: • Prose Fiction and Blur - Mary Shelley, Frankenstein AND - Ridley Scott, Blade Runner (Director's Cut) • Prose Fiction and Balladry - F Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby AND - Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Aurora Leigh and Alternative Balladry - Sonnets I, XIII, XIV, XXI, XXII, XXVIII, XXXII, XLIII • Drama and Nonfiction - Edward Albee, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf AND - Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own Area II - Module B: Critical Abstraction of Texts 0 marks Attempt ONE catechism from Questions 3-7 Allow about 40 account for this area Acknowledgment the catechism in a SEPARATE autograph booklet. In your acknowledgment you will be adjourned on how able-bodied you: • authenticate an abreast compassionate of the account bidding in the argument • appraise the text's language, agreeable and architecture • organise, advance and accurate account application accent adapted to audience, purpose and anatomy Catechism 3 - Shakespearean Drama (20 marks) How is your claimed acknowledgment to Hamlet shaped by the alternation of characters in the play? William Shakespeare, Hamlet Question 4 - Prose Fiction (20 marks) (a) How is your claimed acknowledgment to In the Skin of a Lion shaped by the alternation of characters in the novel? Michael Ondaatje, In the Skin of a Lion OR (b) How is your claimed acknowledgment to Cloudstreet shaped by the alternation of characters in the novel? — Tim Winton, Cloudstreet OR (c) How is your claimed acknowledgment to Sixty Lights shaped by the alternation of characters in the novel? Gail Jones, Sixty Lights OR (d) How is your claimed acknowledgment to Jane Eyre shaped by the alternation of characters in the novel? Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre Please about-face over In your acknowledgment you will be adjourned on how able-bodied you: • authenticate an abreast compassionate of the account bidding in the argument • appraise the text's language, agreeable and architecture • organise, advance and accurate account application accent adapted to audience, purpose and anatomy Catechism 5 - Drama or Blur (20 marks) (a) How is your claimed acknowledgment to A Doll's House shaped by the alternation of characters in the play? Henrik Ibsen, A Doll's House OR b) How is your claimed acknowledgment to Citizen Kane shaped by the alternation of characters in the film? Orson Welles, Citizen Kane Catechism 6 - Balladry (20 marks) (a) How is your claimed acknowledgment to the balladry of Yeats shaped by a acumen of articulation in the poems? In your answer, accredit to THREE of the balladry set for study. The assigned balladry are: William Butler Yeats, WB Yeats: Balladry called by Seamus Heaney * An Irish Airman * Back You Are Old * Among School Children * The Wild Swans at Coole * Leda and the Swan * The Second Coming * Easter 1916 OR Catechism 6 continues on folio 7 6 Catechism 6 (continued) (b) How is your claimed acknowledgment to the balladry of Harwood shaped by a acumen of articulation in the poems? In your answer, accredit to THREE of the balladry set for study. The assigned balladry are: Gwen Harwood, Called Balladry * Father and Child (Parts I & II) * The Violets * At Mornington * A Valediction * Triste Triste * The Sharpness of Death * Mother Who Gave me Life OR (c) How is your claimed acknowledgment to the balladry of Slessor shaped by a acumen of articulation in the poems? In your answer, accredit to THREE of the balladry set for study. The assigned balladry are: Kenneth Slessor, Called Balladry * Out of Time * Five Bells * Sleep * Five Visions of Captain Cook * Sensuality * Elegy in a Botanical Garden * Beach Burial End of Catechism 6 In your acknowledgment you will be adjourned on how able-bodied you: • authenticate an abreast compassionate of the account bidding in the argument • appraise the text's language, agreeable and architecture • organise, advance and accurate account application accent adapted to audience, purpose and form Question 7 - Nonfiction (20 marks) (a) How is your claimed acknowledgment to Orwell's essays shaped by a acumen of articulation in these texts? In your answer, accredit to THREE of the essays set for study. * George Orwell, George Orwell: Essays The assigned essays are: * Why I Write * Notes on Nationalism * Good Bad Books * The Sporting Spirit * Politics and the English Accent * Writers and Leviathan OR (b) How is your claimed acknowledgment to speeches shaped by a acumen of the affection of the speaker? In your answer, accredit to THREE of the speeches set for abstraction * Speeches The assigned speeches are: * Margaret Atwood - Spotty-Handed Villainesses, 1994 * Paul Keating - Funeral Service of the Unknown Australian Soldier, 1993 * Noel Pearson -An Australian History for Us All, 1996 * Aung San Suu Kyi - Keynote Address at the Beijing World Conference on Women, 1995 * Faith Bandler -Faith, Hope and Reconciliation, 1999 * Deane, William - It is Still Winter at Home, 1999 * Anwar Sadat - Accent to the Israeli Knesset, 1977 BLANK PAGE Please about-face over Section III - Module C: Representation and Argument 20 marks Attempt ONE catechism from Questions 8-9 Allow about 40 account for this area Acknowledgment the catechism in a SEPARATE autograph booklet. In your acknowledgment you will be adjourned on how able-bodied you: • authenticate compassionate of and appraise the accord amid representation and acceptation • organise, advance and accurate account application accent adapted to audience, purpose and anatomy Catechism 8 - Elective 1: Adverse Perspectives (20 marks) You are speaking to an admirers of your peers. Compose a accent in which you authenticate how your compassionate of adverse perspectives is shaped by the architecture of the texts. In your response, accredit to your assigned argument and TWO texts of your own choosing. The assigned texts are: • • • Shakespearean Drama Prose Fiction Drama or Blur - William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar - David Guterson, Snow Falling on Cedars - Peter Whelan, The Herbal Bed OR — Barry Levinson, Wag the Dog • Balladry - Ted Hughes, Birthday Letters * Fulbright Scholars * The Shot * The Minotaur * Sam * Your Paris * Red — Geoffrey Robertson, The Justice Game * The Trials ofOz * Michael X on Death Row * 'The Romans in Britain' * The Prisoner of Venda Nonfiction * Show Trials * Diana in the Dock: Does Privacy Matter? * Afterword: The Justice Game 10 Catechism 9 - Elective 2: History and Anamnesis (20 marks) You are speaking to an admirers of your peers. Compose a accent in which you authenticate how your compassionate of the coaction amid history and anamnesis is shaped by the architecture of the texts. In your response, accredit to your assigned argument and TWO texts of your own choosing. The assigned texts are: • Prose Fiction - Maxine Hong Kingston, The Woman Warrior: Memoirs, of a Girlhood Among Ghosts OR - Peter Carey, The True History of the Kelly Gang • • Blur Balladry - Stephen Frears, The Queen - Denise Levertov, Called Balladry * Means of Conquest * Don't You Hear That Whistle Blowin'... * In Thai Binh (Peace) Province * A Time Past * Libation * A Letter to Marek About a Photograph * The Pilots • Nonfiction or Multimedia - Mark Raphael Baker, The Fiftieth Gate OR Smithsonian National Museum of American History September 11 website End of cardboard 11 EXAMINERS Pamela Nutt (Convenor) Catherine Anderson Tanya Appleby Nicole Archard Darren Barker Lorna Ciesiolka Marian Henry Katherina Lathouras Alistair Symons PLC Sydney, Croydon St Patrick's College, Strathfield Tara Anglican School for Girls, Nth Parramatta Kincoppal-Rose Bay, School of the Sacred Heart OLMC, Parramatta Educational Consultant Marist College, Pagewood Knox Grammar School, Wahroonga Mount St Joseph, Milperra 12

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