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Speech on Police Brutality

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VCE - Year 12 - English

Police brutality. A phrase some say is often synonymous with American Police, some also believe they have the habit of s...

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Complete Study Notes to The Longest Memory

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VCE - Year 12 - English

Goes through the novel chapter by chapter analysing the novel. There isn't a whole lot of information on the background...

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Othello Essay

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VCE - Year 11 - English

An essay answering the following topic: “O gull! O dolt! As ignorant as dirt!” To what extent is Othello responsib...

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Language Analysis Essay

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VCE - Year 11 - English

An essay analysing an article about domestic violence published on Mamamia.com written by Kate Leaver.

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Comparative Essay - On the Waterfront and The Crucible

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VCE - Year 11 - English

An essay answering the following topic: Both “The Crucible” and “On the Waterfront” explore how easy it is for ...

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Youth Incarceration

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VCE - Year 11 - English

Should the goverement take a different approach to the current youth justice issue.

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Language Analysis

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VCE - Year 11 - English

This is a single text analysis, which also incorporates an image and graphs. The piece that is analysed is attached.

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Assimilation Essay

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VCE - Year 12 - English

Essay which examines and explores the process of assimilation through both Joyful strains and The Namesake

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Hart passively observes life rather than actively participating in it. Discuss

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VCE - Year 11 - English

The divine wind is a novel written by the remarkable author Garry Disher, set in the small town of broome in northwester...

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Equal Rights for Parents Oral

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VCE - Year 12 - English

this is my presentation for my year 12 oral presentation. it is about how parents should have equal rights in court over...

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Medea Essay Regarding How Euripides Positions the Audience, Whether They Should Empathise with Medea or Jason

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VCE - Year 12 - English

This is an essay on Medea that argues which character ultimately gains the empathy of the audience. Though it is initial...

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Abortion Persuasive Essay

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VCE - Year 11 - English

Point of view persuasive essay arguing against abortion, includes many persuasive devices required in VCE.

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