Past HSC and Practise Questions for Standard Module A: Experience Through Language – Distinctive Voices


Past HSC Questions:

2012:

How does the use of distinctive voices emphasise the ways that individuals respond to significant aspects of life? In your response, make detailed reference to your prescribed text and ONE other related text of your own choosing.

2011:

In what ways are people and their experiences brought to life through distinctive voices? In your response, make detailed reference to your prescribed text and at least ONE other related text of your own choosing.

2010:

Compare the ways distinctive voices are created in [core text] and ONE other related text of your own choosing.

2009:

Discuss the ways distinctive voices communicate distinctive experiences in [prescribed text] and ONE other related text of your own choosing.

Questions used by school etc:

  1. Distinctive voices are created for different purposes. How is this shown in your prescribed text and at least ONE other text of your own choosing? (2010 CSSA Trial)
  2. Discuss how successful composers have been in using distinctive voices to create a particular point of view. (2009 Independent Trial)
  3. How do composers create a distinctive voice in particular contexts to convey their ideas? (2010 BGHS Trial)
  4. What are various types and functions of voice in [prescribed text]?
  5. A distinctive voice makes us look at the world in a new or different way.
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