Past HSC and Practise Questions for English Extension 1: Module B – Elective 2: Romanticism – Creative Writing

Past HSC Questions:

2010:

Compose a piece of original imaginative writing using a setting from one of your prescribed texts and incorporating these three terms: a wish, a message, solitude. Your response should draw on your knowledge and understanding of the elective you have studied.

2009:

The night is darkening round me,
The wild winds coldly blow;
But a tyrant spell has bound me
And I cannot, cannot go.
© Emily Bronte
Use all or part of the provided text in a piece of imaginative writing that reflects yourunderstanding of the role of the natural world in Romanticism.

Practise Questions:

  1. You have been asked to attend a student forum where participants will present and discuss extracts that illustrate the characteristics and diversity of writing relating to the Romantic period. Write an original piece that you could present at the Forum. Your piece should illustrate aspects of Romanticism. (2009 Independent Trial)

2 comments for “Past HSC and Practise Questions for English Extension 1: Module B – Elective 2: Romanticism – Creative Writing

  1. angela
    October 30, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    What is the best way to write a Romantic creative?

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