Top Notch Prompt Response Advice

Dear VCE 'Encountering Conflict' students,

This is a space for you to practise different forms of writing and responding to set prompts. When you write a piece you will need to indicate whether you are using The Secret River or The Rugmaker to inform your writing. You also need to provide a mini statement of explanation that outlines form, audience, purpose and context.

You will also be expected to read each others' work and use the comments feature and DIIGO (a web tool useful for conferencing) to provide feedback to each other. When conferencing you can comment about what is working well in the piece, areas for improvement and how you can see the prompt and nominated text influencing the piece. Due to this you might need to edit a post you have submitted so label each edit as post 1, post 2, etc.


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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

conflict can create a legacy of tragedy

in "look both ways"then train driver's internal conflict brings out unexpected qualities in his son. his son goes from withdran to becoming more caring and there for his father.

lbw illustrates how internal conflict can create unexpected qualities, as nick's internal struggle eventually leads to him overcoming it and becoming a stronger person.

in general dies in bed the narrator was initially a very compassionate person, however the conflict of war changed his views and priorities and he left one of his mates fry to die so that he couold save himself. he wouldn't have done that originally.

in general dies in bed, brown develops a quality that enables him to overlook the natural compassion that many human beings have. due to the war, brown tends to only think for himsela and only care for his wellbeing. an example of this is when brown takes the boots of the dead soldier. he doesnt care that it is wrong to steal from the fallen but he needs them boots to better himself. the war and it's condition him like this

will thornhill changed from nice guy to mean one after conflict with blacks

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