Plan time – Past – cave man era, young girl with a weapon sight – dry grasslands, steps, mountains creek animals wild life etc sound – natural noises, water, bird calls etc touch – soft grasses, contrast to cold stone and wooden shaft taste – fruit and meat eaten has sharp tastes smell – flowers, […]

/Scene analysis: General Aung San is assassinated What is happening in this scene? General Aung San are meeting for democracy, however there are military rebels who do not want his to happen due to the previous leader usaw. There military rebels wear red scarves that represent the communist leader. Three rebels walk into the drawing […]

Scene analysis: General Aung San is assassinated In this scene the, General Aung San of Burma was holding a meeting for democracy. However there were military rebels who do not want this to happen due to the previous leader Usaw. There military rebels wear red scarves that represent the communist leader. Three rebels walk into […]

1) Scene 1: General Ne Win hands Aung San Suu Kyi over to his military commander What is taking place in the opening of this scene? What are General Ne Win’s concerns? She will get internal support and in her own country, so revolution/ uprising, caused blood shed, doesn’t want anymore attention on his country, […]

Friday, 11 August Practice scene analysis: General Ne Win’s suspicions and control 1) Scene 1: First impressions of General Ne Win: Looks intimidating and a man in charge who doesn’t like being told he’s wrong or what to do. He likes the position he is in and you can tell by his body language. His […]

Body images True, right that social media websites such as Facebook and Instagram put way too much pressure on female appearances and how us girls ‘should’ look and dress. Our generation  are the guinea pigs on social media and for a lot of people even if we deny it has had a negative effect on […]

Essay question: The characters we respond to the most sympathetically are those who experience both sufferings and triumphs. The text “Nothing to Envy” written by Barbara Demick describes the actual difficulties that North Koreans faced through the Great Famine of the 1990’s. The famine killed millions of North Koreans through poverty, sickness and ultimately undernourishment. […]