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    ‘The Story of Tom Brennan’ Melany Rooney Prologue ‘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
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    Story of Tom Brennan quotes: 19 -“Sudden death, sudden death fellas.” 26 –“that was the thing I couldn’t get my head around – there would be a tomorrow, and a day after that, and a day after that. The world went on regardless of how I felt.” 71 –“All we could do was stand around
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    Year 10 English The Story of Tom Brennan Complete all tasks in well constructed sentences. During reading the book: Prologue What is a prologue? Why do some writers use a prologue? A separate introductory section of a literary or musical work. Chapter 1 - 5: How do Tom and Kylie feel about
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    Does literature accurately reflect the experiences and concerns of modern youth? “The Story of Tom Brennan”, reflects modern youth, by relating to situations such as teenagers experiencing loss from accidents whilst one is drunk driving, it is an excellent book for young teenagers to read, th
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    THE STORY OF TOM BRENNAN J.C. Burke TEACHING SUPPORT KIT by Joy Bloumis B.A. B.Ed. M.P.C.A 1 THE STORY OF TOM BRENNAN Teaching Support Kit CONTENTS Notes on the author Synopsis Genre, structure and style Background notes on alcohol abuse Chapter summaries Themes, motifs and symbols C
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    Good morning all. New aspects or experiences in life are unavoidable for all individuals in the story of “Tom Brennan”, by J.C. BURKE. The concept of new aspects is highlighted thoroughly throughout the book. Tom’s teenage years is a period of great agony and guilt as he is traumatized by the
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    “The experience of moving into the world can challenge individuals' beliefs and attitudes” Related text and one other” Core text + Related text Individuals' beliefs and attitudes are the product of the world they live in, and consequently these beliefs and attitudes are challenged when o
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    Explain how The Story of Tom Brennan and ONE other related text of your own choosing portray the consequences of moving into the world Author J.C Burke and Rapper the Notorious B.I.G (Biggie) are able to portray the consequences of moving into the world. J.C burke composer of The story of Tom bre
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    The beauty of literature is its ability to teach the reader valuable lessons about the world. These lessons are relevant to life, because the themes in many books are based on reality. Although narratives are fictitious, they have been shaped using views from real life, allowing the composer to comm
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    THE STORY OF TOM BRENNAN. In the novel ‘The story of Tom Brennan’ absolutely no good comes from the car accident involving Daniel. Do you agree? Whist the disastrous incident involving Daniel was an utter tragedy positives did eventually come out of it. The Brennans meet new people who aided in
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    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
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    Year 10 English The Story of Tom Brennan Every person is an individual, and although each of the Brennans’ reaction to tragedy was individual, the effects all branch from the six stages of grief; denial, anger, guilt, depression, acceptance and growth. Not all m
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    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
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    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
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    ‘The experience of moving into the world can have an impact on an individual’s attitudes and beliefs’ The experience of moving up the ladders and into the world can mentally challenge individuals and also their attitudes to the world and their beliefs. The Novel explores the aspects of growth
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    After reading: Fear, drink driving, family relationships, friendship, conflict, grief and loss are all important themes of this book. Choose two themes and describe/discuss how they are portrayed in the book. (We will work through an example answer in class) THEMES How is the theme of fear port
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  • Tom brennan module b
    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
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    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
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    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
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  • Mod c - into the world - tom brennan
    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
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