Component: Module A: Genre

Question 3 Elective 2: Crime Fiction

Written Paper Question 3 - 2002 HSC

Identify and explore the grounds for the enduring popularity of crime fiction.

Question 4 Elective 3: The Essay

Written Paper Question 4 - 2002 HSC

Reflect on the changing nature and range of purpose of the essay by responding to the question 'Has the essay had its day?'.

Component: Module B: Texts and Ways of Thinking

Question 5

Written Paper Question 5 - 2002 HSC

Use 'Who says your way is right?' as the opening to a piece of writing from the perspective of a character from one of the prescribed texts.

Question 6 Elective 1: The Individual and Society

Written Paper Question 6 - 2002 HSC

Justify the response, 'Although these texts are representations of times past, we still respond to the experience of the individual then'.

Component: Module C: Language and Values

Question 12 Elective 3: Gendered Language

Written Paper Question 12 - 2002 HSC

Reflect on the limitations and/or possibilities inherent in a gender specific way of speaking. Consider the extent to which men and women draw upon gendered language codes.