Year 10 – Heroes for Wed 26

You’re the examiner! Pick a page of the text that you think would make a good extract for the exam and then pose three exam-style questions for us to answer, (a), (b) and (c)!

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13 thoughts on “Year 10 – Heroes for Wed 26

  1. Emily

    I think page 89

    Qa) how does the writer create tension for Francis?

    Qb) how does the writer express Francis’ emotions towards Larry?

    Qc) what does the audience think about Larry as what he is doing at this moment in time and is this also heroic of him?

    Reply
  2. alex c

    a) from the extract how does the writer create tension for nicole ?

    b)how does the writer express Francis emotions towards nicole ?

    c)

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    1. william

      a)what do you learn from book(emotion write,paragraph…)?
      b)did Nicole still love Francis or she already didn’t love him?
      c)why Francis’s teacher would rape Nicole,and why Francis didn’t help Nicole?

      Reply
  3. Annika

    Questions for page 13

    a) From the extract, what do you learn about the character of Marie and her relationship to Francis?

    b) Which writing techniques uses the writer to present Francis` and Maries` thoughts and feelings?

    c) Why do you think, Francis is so hesitant when he tells Marie that he likes Nicole?

    Reply
  4. Anna Florin

    Middle of page 52 to page 54

    a) From the extract, what do you learn about the character of Larry LaSalle?

    b) Explain how the writer uses language to present Francis’s thoughts and feelings about Larry in the extract.

    c) The extract shows something of the relationship between Francis and Larry.
    Explain the importance of their relationship in one other part of the novel.
    In your answer you must consider:
    – how the relationship is described.
    – a comparison to their relationship in the extract you are given here.

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  5. ryan b

    i have chosen page 10

    a) From the extract what do learn about the character Nicole Renard.

    b) Explain how the writer uses language to present Francis’s thoughts about Nicole.

    c) Using another part of the novel describe how the relationship is different to the extract

    Reply
  6. Sarah M.P.

    Page 53

    a) How does the author, Robert Cormier display the character of Larry LaSalle?

    b)How does this structure of writing of the page build up tension to add depth?

    c) During the table tennis match, explain how the mood changes between Francis and Larry.

    Reply
  7. Nele Guttmann

    Page 75

    a) From the extract, what can you learn about Francis’ character?

    b) How does the writer uses language and scenses to create emotion?
    Use evidence from the extract to support your answers.

    c) Explain what in your opinion Francis should have done in this situation and why.
    Why he haven’t done it?

    Reply
  8. Georgia B

    A. In the extract on page 43-44 What do you learn about Larry Lasalles character?

    B. What is Larry Lasalles and Francis’ s relationship like?

    C. What tehniques does the author use to show their relationship?

    Reply
  9. solley m

    Pg 83

    1. What does this extract reval about the character of francis.?

    2. How does the writer use language to betray francis’s throughts and feelings towards larry, la’selle. ?

    3. Using another extract compare the relationship between Franncis and Larry,La’selle.?

    Reply
  10. Connor

    Page 85.
    1) In this extract, what do you learn about Francis’ feelings for Larry LaSalle?
    2) Suggest from this extract, the relationship Francis and Larry have at this stage of the book.
    3) Suggest the techniques Robert Cormier uses in this extract.

    Reply
  11. Georgia Lumley

    a) From the extract what do learn about the character Nicole Renard.

    b) Explain how the writer uses language to present Francis’s thoughts about Nicole.

    c) Using another part of the novel describe how the relationship is different to the extract

    Reply

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