"Individuals venturing into new experiences may encounter obstacles, but may also experience personal growth.”
‘Into the World’ is can be defined as aspects of growing up and transitions into new phases of an individual’s life. It can mean transitioning naturally, or change being thrust upo
Module C - Into the World
Into the world explores the aspects of growth, transition and a broader world. Through personal experiences, people are able to learn, grow or change as an individual. Barriers and obstacles determine how an individual can change or grow by responding to the situation. T
Explain how Tom Brennan and Juno (related text) portray the consequences of moving into the world.
The concept “Into the world” is a process assisted with many new experiences and changes. An individual’s response to these experiences and changes is known as a consequence. Thoroughly portra
Have you ever been challenged by an experience? Have you ever changed because of this experience? Good morning to the representives of the Board of studies,.... and I wish to justify why the texts I have studied should be kept on the reading list of this module “Into the World”. “The Story of
When an individual embarks on a journey, it is obvious that by the end they have experienced personal growth.
One will form positive relationships at the end of a journey which results in a change of attitudes. We can see that both Tom and Kylie from the novel ‘The Story of Tom Brennan’ experie
Both the novel The Story of Tom Brennan by J.C Burke and the film Forrest Gump by Robert Zemeckis explores the experiences various characters have that result in change and transition in realistic way. Both Burke and Zemeckis explore these experiences by using a variety of techniques, particularly f
Explain the concept of Into the World and how it is explored in The Story of Tom Brennan.
The ‘Into the World’ concept involves transitions into new phases, the progress into new worlds and experiences in order to grow, mature and internally progress. This concept is evident within J C Burke
1. How do the positive and negative consequences of different experiences impact on the lives of the individuals in the texts you have studied? In your response make detailed reference to your prescribed text and ONE other related text of your own choosing.
The major transition seen in the story of Tom Brennan is from the start of the novel where Tom is isolated to see him develop to his renewed self, their fore successfully transitioned into the world. The audience first see’s this transition when he speaks to his sister Kylie. Often people look to
For an individual to gain the rewards of new experiences they must first step out of they’re limits and boundaries and into a new world. In this world there may be obstacles, hardship and often rejection, in the end this move will be positive and an individual will find that through pathways of ha
The Story of Tom Brennan by J.C. Burke starts with a serious car accident. The main character Tom Brennan is a seventeen year old boy whose life changes when his older brother, Daniel, kills two people, Luke and Nicole, and paralyses his cousin Fin. The family then move from Mumbilli to the town Cog
The Story of Tom Brennan
J C Burke
You do not need to write the questions out but you must write in full-sentences.
1. Identify three narrative techniques and explain how they reveal to the audience that the family are escaping from their world. (Hint: first-person narration, past-te
Module C: Texts and Society - Elective 2: Into the World
Novel: The Story of Tom Brennan
(Burke, J C, the Story of Tom Brennan, Random House, 2005, ISBN-13: 9781741660920)
Rubric: In this elective students explore a variety of texts that deal with aspects of growing up or transition into new
There is more to life than just physically growing up; it’s about the experiences we gain from them and how we mature from these experiences. It makes us mature and has definitely taught me a thing or two and what I’ve learnt is, our lives are defined by our choices and the pathways we choose to
‘Moving into the world involves different pathways to new experiences’ could be interpreted in many different ways. In The Story of Tom Brennan by JC Burke, Tom experiences different emotions and situations as he attempts to move into the world when his brother Daniel is involved in a tragic car
‘The Story of Tom Brennan’
‘In a couple of hours they would wake up and find us gone, far away, so as not to remind them of their pain and what our family now meant to this town’ (p. 2)
The novel begins with a journey, both physical and emotional; the Brennans
Tom Brennan speech
Hello my name is tom brennan, I am honored to be a part of this conference today entitled into the world to talk about my past experiences hence my mum teas, to me there’s more to life than just growing up it’s about the experiences we gain from them and how we mature from th
An individualâs relationship with others and the places which surround them can have an effect on the individualâs sense of self-worth and their feelings of belonging. This notion is conveyed through the use of language techniques in both the set of poems âFeliks Skrzyneckiâ, âSt Patrickâ
The experience of moving into the world can challenge individuals attitudes and beliefs. Into the world explores the aspects of growth, transition and change. The novel ' The Story of Tom Brennan' by J.C Burke explores the different ways individuals grow when they are taken out of their comfort zone
Into the world
The Story of Tom Brennan
Quote |Technique |Effect | |“...We’re all hurting. It’s not helping anyone being like this” (p11) |Dialogue (Gran)
Collective ‘we’ |Gran sums up the far-reaching effects of the accident through the collective nature of “we’re all” and th