Don’t Know, Don’t Care – Conflict & Resolution

Conflict is one of the most commonly used literary devices by authors and playwrights. When writing narrative compositions in Primary and Secondary school English classes, we're constantly reminded to have an exciting plot twist, or conflict, so that it would be more interesting to read. When used in literary pieces, Conflict is defined as follows: … Continue reading Don’t Know, Don’t Care – Conflict & Resolution

Absence by Geraldine Song – Annotations

Hello, all!Here’s the third of three sets of annotations from the literature text “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed”. As these are scanned directly from the texts, I will make them free for everyone to download and use. I make absolutely no claims to the play, and all its components. Yes, the annotations are mine, … Continue reading Absence by Geraldine Song – Annotations

Don’t Know, Don’t Care by Haresh Sharma – Annotations

Hello, all!Here's the second of three sets of annotations from the literature text "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed". As these are scanned directly from the texts, I will make them free for everyone to download and use. I make absolutely no claims to the play, and all its components. Yes, the annotations are mine, … Continue reading Don’t Know, Don’t Care by Haresh Sharma – Annotations

Perfecting Pratas by Desmond Sim – Annotations

Hello! How has everyone been coping with the Circuit Breaker? Boredom aside, I hope everyone is, at least, fighting fit. The Circuit Breaker has made teaching very difficult for both teachers and tutors alike, and I've been impacted as well. In light of the time needed to prepare and conduct my online classes, I no … Continue reading Perfecting Pratas by Desmond Sim – Annotations