How to structure your response: The Kite Runner

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The Kite Runner ­ Exam Practice
L.O. To be able to apply the skills
required for AO1 and AO2 to a
practice question.
To use appropriate linguistic and
literary terminology in analysis.
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How many new terms have you learnt?

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How does Hosseini convey a love of
Afghanistan in The Kite Runner?
In your answer you should consider:
Hosseini's language choices
narrative viewpoint
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Choose the chapter(s) you are going
to focus on.
1. Choose the specific paragraphs you
are going to look at.
2. Identify at least three linguistic
features you are going to analyse.
3. Identify at least three literary
features you are going to analyse.
4. Decide on your concept or
argument.
5. Plan your paragraphs using bullet
points/notes.
6. Plan a brief introduction to
introduce your concept.
7. Write your answer.
8. Check through your answer.
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Write a paragraph to answer this
question:
How does Hosseini convey a love of
Afghanistan in The Kite Runner?
In your answer you should consider:
Hosseini's language choices
narrative viewpoint…read more

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Plenary
In your answer, identify and highlight
the following:
Your concept
Linguistic and literary terminology
Explanation of effects and meanings
Quotations
Comments on structure, form and
language
Ibrahim ­ TeamGR
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