Identity is an important aspect for any individual, as it separates one from another. The concept of identity can refer to physical appearance such as gender, nationality, age and also include psychological aspects such as an individual's dreams, beliefs, religion, personality and many more. The tex
Billy Elliot – Into the World
There are a variety of pathways and elements, which enables individual transition into a New World. ‘Into the World’ is about people choosing the next pathway into their life by their own determination, experiences and support which enables them to go beyond t
Billy Elliot (Jamie Bell) is an shy 11-year-old living with his proud miner father (Gary Lewis) and older brother Tony (Jamie Draven) during the political and social unrest of the 1984 miner's strike. Times are hard - the men of the house spend their days on the picket lines clashing with the police
Your texts offer various representations of familiar experiences and new horizons.
Compare these representations, referring to your prescribed text and at least ONE other related text of your own choosing.
Topic sentence 1: Gender Expectations within society
Topic sentence 2: P
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Moving into the world can be positive & negative; can be shown through the following film “billy Elliot”. There a variety of pathways & elements, this gives individuals to transition themselves into a new world. Into the world is about individuals finding ne
Identity is portrayed as malleable, created through society’s views and expectations upon oneself. Cultures, background and peers are all pressures on oneself to assimilate into someone “acceptable” in that culture. This is prevalent in the visual texts Samson and Delilah and Billy Elliot, in
In the film Billy Elliot directed by Stephen Daldry we see many important ideas and presented with one of them being identity. The idea of identity is presented through the use of a number of techniques such as symbolism, contrast, music and dancing. Billy’s characters suffers many consequences be
Barriers prevent individuals from transitioning into a “new world” however overcoming these barriers serve compensate the individual in an array of manners. Therefore yes I do agree with this perspective as this is evident in the feature film “Billy Elliot” by Stephen Daldry and the short st
General Vison and Viewpoint
What you need to compare: whether the texts you are studying reveal a bright or dark outlook.
Paragraph topics to do so:
Subject matter that reveals a bright/dark outlook – here you just need to focus on what the texts focus on; is it a commenta
Billy Elliot speech
Hello I am here to talk about the film billy Elliot which was based on my life. In this movie it shows there is a variety of pathways and elements, which enables individuals to transition into a New World. ‘Into the World’ is about people choosing the next pathway into th
Characterization of Billy Elliot
Billy Elliot is a 12-year-old boy who lives with his father Jackie, his big brother Tony and his eighty-year-old grandmother in Everington in Northeast England at the time of the miners' strike in mid-1980s. He is the protagonist in the story and is principled, lika
‘The experience of moving into the world can challenge individuals’ attitudes and beliefs.’
Discuss this view with reference to your prescribed text and at least ONE other related text of your own choosing.
Moving into the world is a transitional phase which is marked by man
Practice essay writing.
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Significant experiences in people’s lives provide opportunities for growth and development.
Write a persuasive argument to support this statement.
• thesis (a summary statement that succinctly answers the question.)
Explain how Billy Elliot and ONE other related text of your own choosing portray the consequences of moving into the world.
The prescribed text is: – Stephen Daldry, Billy Elliot
‘Into the World’ describes a concept of a growth and change experienced by an individual – whether the change
HSC 2008 Question 12 – Elective 2: Into the world (20 marks)
Question: What have the attitudes and actions of people in your texts revealed to you about venturing into society? In your response refer your prescribed texts and TWO texts of your own choosing.
The attitudes and actions of the va
Juxtapositioning – the organisation of scenes so that their differences made comment – eg. gloomy interior of the Elliot kitchen and the light and grace of the Ballet School auditorium
Motif – the reception of an image (or piece of music) throughout a text c
Context Assignment For Billy Elliot
Different types of conflict often occur within a family.
Families are portrayed throughout most films and texts, as indestructible, constantly supportive, and held together by a bond that is not able to be changed or broken. This âperfectâ
Billy Elliot Topic: “Societies often create gender stereotypes that set impossible standards for men and women, leading to unhappiness, loneliness and possibly violence.” How apparent is this problem in English society of 1984, as seen in the film, Billy Elliot?
Stereotypes are generalization
RELATED TEXT 1
TITLE: BILLY ELLIOT
COMPOSER: STEPHEN DALDRY
TEXT TYPE: FILM
The life stage of entering a new world is crucial for oneself, in requiring an individual to adopt optimistic branches in a plethora of life aspects. This perception is successfully conveyed through Stephen Daldry’s
Billy Elliot, a British film, directed by Stephen Daldry that was released in 2000 that shows the opportunity of new possibilities opening up, determination, family support and individual growth. One related text that shows other kinds of transition into new worlds is Christina Aguilera’s song cal