Explain how the writer helps us to understand the children’s view(s) of Helen and/or Simon throughout the text. Support your answer with references to the techniques used. Why are the children interested in Helen and/or Simon How the other children respond to Helen and/or Simon What children are like (L) The writer first uses a […]

Catfishes Introduction: (hook – antidox) Many people live the illusion of others instead of living the truth of themselves. They seek pleasure in dancing at the end of the line, each tug is their drug. They’re stuck confiding in hollow waters seeking bait, they are catfish. Hi and welcome to my speech on how social […]

Illusion Social classes  -Upper class is a statis top hide wealthy people’s true                                    persona Social Networking – People create a false persona online that isn’t who they                       […]

Describe at least one important object in the written text. Explain why that object was important.     Symbol Idea Example Green Light Symbolises Gatsby’s hopes and dreams to be with Daisy. “… -he stretched out his arms toward the dark water in a curious way… Involuntarily I glanced seaward- and distinguished nothing except a […]

Key Event Relationship Hotel Scene Tom and Daisy Gatsby’s party Nick and Gatsby Gatsby and Daisy’s reunion   Gatsby and Daisy “If it wasn’t for the mist we could see your home across the bay’, said Gatsby. ‘You always have a green light that burns all night at the end of your dock.” “Possibly it […]

Question 7 Describe at least one key character in the written text.                                                                                       […]

  Fitzgerald has a very poetic way of presenting language. He uses the same devices consistently throughout his writing. 1.Select three passages from the book (about a paragraph or two in length) that we have NOT annotated as a class. Annotate these passages and identify the language features that Fitzgerald uses. Explain the effect of […]