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AQA - War of Worlds and Re-creations

Discussion in 'English' started by xg!, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. xg!

    xg! New commenter

    I was thinking about using this text as the 'springboard' for one of the creative writing pieces but am stuck on what to do. Anyone have any ideads on how to use the text 'as a springboard for a piece of writing about an aspect of your own life or an aspect of young people's lives.'
    Btw, are people tailoring the task for the students or giving them free reign? [​IMG]
     
  2. xg!

    xg! New commenter

    I was thinking about using this text as the 'springboard' for one of the creative writing pieces but am stuck on what to do. Anyone have any ideads on how to use the text 'as a springboard for a piece of writing about an aspect of your own life or an aspect of young people's lives.'
    Btw, are people tailoring the task for the students or giving them free reign? [​IMG]
     

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