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Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by PierreImport, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. PierreImport

    PierreImport Administrator

    In terms of Etranger how important is it to answer, in the oral eam only, the folowing questions? I think the examiners will only ask about the story, the reason for Meursault's crime and whether students like it...I don't worry about it, but my students do.

    the context of the author's work
    • the themes/ideas/messages of the author
    • how these themes/ideas/messages are expressed
    • what/who influences/inspires the author? Why does he/she feel as he/she does?
    • a detailed study of at least one novel/collection of short stories plus personal
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  2. spsmith45

    spsmith45 New commenter

    It's a belter of a book, though. Just a pity that at the end of each lesson you wonder whether you've made them all miserable. Then you think, nah, they'll be talking about the next get-together on Facebook. How's Hugo?
  3. PierreImport

    PierreImport Administrator

    Hugo is fine. He has been hibernating for a long time.

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