91098 (2.1) Novel Questions 2012 – 2016

91098 (2.1) Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied written text(s), supported by evidence

2012 QUESTIONS (Choose ONE)

  1. Analyse how the strong personal voice of a narrator or writer helped you to understand a theme in the written text(s).
  2. Analyse how the language used intensified the message of the written text(s).
  3. Analyse how a main character or individual in the written text(s) was influenced by another for a particular purpose.
  4. Analyse how a section of the written text(s) showed purposeful development of a theme.
  5. Analyse how a writer purposefully created first impressions of a character or individual in the written text(s) to deceive or surprise the reader.
  6. Analyse how a conflict was used to explore a theme in the written text(s).
  7. Analyse how the beginning and / or ending of the written text(s) demonstrated the writer’s purpose.
  8. Analyse how the structure or organisation of the written text(s) affected your understanding of

2013 QUESTIONS (Choose ONE)

  1. Analyse how a significant event illustrated one or more key themes in the written text(s).
  2. Analyse how the setting was central to your understanding of the writer’s purpose in the written text(s).
  3. Analyse how symbolism was used to reinforce an idea in the written text(s). Note: “Idea” may refer to character, theme, or setting.
  4. Analyse how the age or life experience of a character or individual influenced their understanding of the world around them in the written text(s).
  5. Analyse how language features were used to stir readers’ emotions in the written text(s).
  6. Analyse how the structure was used to build to a climax in the written text(s).
  7. Analyse how disappointment or loss affected the relationships of a character or individual in the written text(s).
  8. Analyse how the choices made by the writer influenced your reactions to one or more important themes in the written text(s).

2014 QUESTIONS (Choose ONE)

  1. Analyse how shifts in power were used to illustrate one or more themes in the written text(s).
  2. Analyse how language features were used to reveal the attitudes of one or more characters or individuals in the written text(s).
  3. Analyse how structure was used to reveal the writer’s purpose in the written text(s).
  4. Analyse how setting was used to develop your understanding of one or more themes in the written text(s). Note: “Setting” may refer to physical places as well as social and historical contexts.
  5. Analyse how language features were used to shape your reaction to one or more ideas in the written text(s). Note: “Ideas” may refer to character, theme, or setting.
  6. Analyse how one or more significant events were used to comment on an aspect of society in the written text(s).
  7. Analyse how cruel or kind behaviour was used to show one or more ideas in the written text(s). Note: “Ideas” may refer to character, theme, or setting.
  8. Analyse how the ending created a satisfying outcome in the written text(s).

2015 QUESTIONS (Choose ONE)

  1. Analyse how one or more important events were used to highlight the idea of control or manipulation in the written text(s).
  2. Analyse how the beginning and / or end of the written text(s) emphasised the writer’s purpose.
  3. Analyse how the use of “opposites” or contrasts helped you understand one or more themes in the written text(s).
  4. Analyse how ideas were used to comment on the nature of society in the written text(s). Note: “Ideas” may refer to character, theme, or setting.
  5. Analyse how language features were used to develop one or more settings for a particular purpose in the written text(s). Note: “Setting” may refer to physical places as well as social and historical contexts.
  6. Analyse how the use of something unexpected developed your understanding of one or more themes in the written text(s).
  7. Analyse how the ending reinforced or challenged your ideas about one or more characters in the written text(s).
  8. Analyse how language features revealed the writer’s purpose in the written text(s).

 2016 QUESTIONS (Choose ONE)

  1. Analyse how the experiences of one or more characters were used for a particular purpose.
  2. Analyse the connection between the setting and one or more themes. Note: Setting may refer to physical places as well as social and historical contexts.
  3. Analyse how language features were used to reinforce or challenge a point of view.
  4. Analyse how supposedly insignificant events or details revealed one or more significant themes.
  5. Analyse how structure developed your understanding of the text. Note: “Structure” may refer to the order, organisation, or conventions of a text.
  6. Analyse how the strengths and / or weaknesses of one or more characters reinforced a message.
  7. Analyse how one or more ideas in the text served as a warning to readers. Note: “Ideas” may refer to character, theme, or setting.
  8. Analyse how language features were used to explore the difference between appearance and reality.

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