• Best of luck to the class of 2020 for their HSC exams. You got this!
    Let us know your thoughts on the HSC exams here
  • Looking for HSC notes and resources?
    Check out our Notes & Resources page

How is everyone attacking Mod C? (1 Viewer)

RedThread

New Member
Joined
Mar 18, 2018
Messages
7
Gender
Undisclosed
HSC
2019
I'll pull module c outta my ass in the last 15 minutes like I did for trials. I did fine, anyways.
 

shashysha

Active Member
Joined
Jun 24, 2020
Messages
142
Gender
Male
HSC
2020
What about the reflection though? :)
My teacher said it wasn't necessary to memorise quotes to justify your reflection. You could just say "the composer in my Mod C text employed (technique) which I integrated within my piece through ......." without directly quoting your text. Like I doubt you'd lose marks doing so, but I think they care more about the explanation of the process you undertook while crafting your piece.
 

jojosiwa123

Active Member
Joined
Jul 27, 2020
Messages
269
Gender
Female
HSC
2020
What about the reflection though? :)
I've bought some past band 6 students mod c responses from 2019 and they only made fleeting reference to their prescribed texts, no quotes.
From NESA: "The examination questions for this module will not explicitly focus on critical analysis. Students engage with texts critically in order to appreciate the power of language and strengthen their skills in crafting their own composition. Students may be asked to assess aspects of their own writing, reflect on the choices they make in their writing or apply particular features from the prescribed texts in their responses. In their assessment of their own writing students may need to reference aspects from a prescribed text and how this influenced them."
if it gives you more peace of mind you should memorise some hahah
 

studiesofboard

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 30, 2019
Messages
552
Location
New York
Gender
Female
HSC
2020
I've bought some past band 6 students mod c responses from 2019 and they only made fleeting reference to their prescribed texts, no quotes.
From NESA: "The examination questions for this module will not explicitly focus on critical analysis. Students engage with texts critically in order to appreciate the power of language and strengthen their skills in crafting their own composition. Students may be asked to assess aspects of their own writing, reflect on the choices they make in their writing or apply particular features from the prescribed texts in their responses. In their assessment of their own writing students may need to reference aspects from a prescribed text and how this influenced them."
if it gives you more peace of mind you should memorise some hahah
Thank you so much =). How do you feel about this module?
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)

Top