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    The story of Tom Brennan” by J.C Burke and the film “Bend it like Beckham” by Gurinder Chadha both empasise the struggles of.. Good morning to the representatives of the Board of studies, teachers, and students i wish to express my understating of this module “into the World”. The story of Tom Brennan”...
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  • Tom Brennan
    Notes – Into the World Text- The Story of Tom Brennan Related Text- Dead Poet Society Narrative: Tom Brennan – “My name is Tom Brennan and this is my story” show that Tom himself is the narrator and it is his point of view. Dead Poet Society- The story is predominantly viewed through the...
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    obstacles, and in order for them to gain the rewards they seek, they must overcome and conquer these obstacles. This evident in J.C Burke’s The Story of Tom Brennan, a novel that is based on one family’s tragedy and how individuals grow when they are taken out of their comfort zones and venture into new...
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  • Tom Brennan
    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 phases...
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    English Wide Reading 2013- AUSTRALIAN LITERATURE The Story of Tom Brennan, J.C. Burke 1. a) Write a brief overview of the story. My chosen novel, The Story of Tom Brennan by J.C. Burke, belongs to the Australian Literature genre. The book is a pleasant read, holding the prestigious...
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    Discuss how J.C Burke addresses the notion of moving ‘Into the World’ in the first ten Chapters of The Story of Tom Brennan J.C Burke’s novel, ‘The Story of Tom Brennan’ is a grim and haunting representation of the themes of fear and drink driving, family relationships and friendships. Burke addresses...
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    Extended response - The Story of Tom Brannan is a typical teen genre novel, discuss. The Story of Tom Brennan by J.C Burke is a typical teen genre novel. This is depicted through the concept of characters coming of age, themes such as drink driving and relationships and romance which teenagers understand...
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    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 zones and venture into new experiences....
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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 incident...
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    individual’s attitudes and beliefs. The novel ‘The story of Tom Brennan’ by J.C Bruke both explore different ways that individuals can Grow when they are taken away from their comfort zones and are made to go into new experiences. The author of ‘The story of Tom Brennan’ does a great job at showing these themes...
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  • Moving into the world opens up new phases of life and influences the way people interact with each other.
    were used to, 5 different classes a day, 5 different teachers a day. Catching the bus home. Tom Brennan relives this experience in a way. Not exactly, he had much more severe circumstances. The story of Tom Brennan is a novel about a family that gets torn apart because of the reckless actions of their eldest...
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  • Explain the Concept of Into the World and How It Is Explored in the Story of Tom Brennan.
    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’s novel “The Story of Tom Brennan”. Through the use of...
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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 the...
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    Module C – Into the World ‘The Story of Tom Brennan’ & ‘The Door’ (related text) The different pathways used by an individual when moving “into the world” are always framed by the societal context in which they exist. These pathways provide opportunities for the protagonist to experience a wide...
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  • Tom Brennan. Related: Only 19 Redgum and Green Street Hooligans Lexi Alexander
    experiencing new pathways is conveyed through the novel “Tom Brennan” by “J.C. Burke” as well as “Redgum’s” “Only 19” and the film “Green street hooligans” by “Lexi Alexander”. “The story of Tom Brennan” explores through a first person outlook Tom Brennan’s life as he depicts a horrific Accident and the...
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    This is evident in the prescribed text, The Story of Tom Brennan by JC Burke, as well as my chosen text, I Was Only 19 by Redgum. The concept of ‘new experiences’ may not always start off positively. For example, in Burke’s novel, the protagonist, Tom Brennan, one fatal accident forced him and his family...
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    Jane Burke said that the main focus of her novel, The Story of Tom Brennan was on Tom’s journey out of the darkness which engulfed him after the tragic road accident. After Daniel Brennan crashed his blue ford falcon into a tree, killing two and injuring another, Tom’s world spun into a darkness he couldn’t...
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    experience’s. The story involves transitions into new chapters in order for them to move on and achieve growth and progression in their maturation phases. The novel “The Story of Tom Brennan” follows the Brennan Family in the aftermath of a fatal car crash in which the protagonists (Tom Brennan) brother Daniel...
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  • Mod C - Into the World - Tom Brennan
    novel ‘The Story of Tom Brennan’ by J.C Burke explores the ways how individuals grow when they are taken out of their comfort and venture into new experiences. The novel ‘The Story of Tom Brennan’ by J.C Burke follows the lives of the Brennan family, namely the title character Tom Brennan. After the...
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  • English Essay
    contrast the ways in which Tom Brennan and Juno emerge ‘into the world’ ‘Into the world’ explores the nature of growing up and the transition from childhood to adulthood. It can involve the journey of discovery, the coming of age and overcoming adversity. The story of Tom Brennan and the film Juno contrast...
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