The 'intertextual' SL WA?

IB English B: The 'intertextual' SL WA?

Note : - this page sets out to discuss the general approach to the SL WA- samples of the SL WA, analysed and marked, can be found in the subordinate pages: see the box to the left The SL WA, from May 2015, requires the student to carry out "intertextual reading" and then deploy material from that to carry out a "written task" ... in other words, to use "inter-textual receptive and productive skills" as one of the Objectives...

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