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We’ve all been doing Text Response essays from as young as Year 7. At this point in VCE, we should be feeling relatively comfortable with tackling themes and characters in our essays. However, the danger with just discussing themes and characters is that we often fall into the trap of simply paraphrasing the novel, or retelling the story.
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Comparative Writing. Reading and Comparing Texts You will study a pair of texts and develop your understanding of the main concepts explored in them, including the ideas, issues and themes. You will examine how authors use setting, character and events to explore these concepts and discuss how different texts provide different perspectives. You will then write a response that compares these.