Sup Mudaasho

Category: English: Creative Writing

Topic 1:

Do not necessarily have to use the quote from the topic

Think about the context. Lord Capulet to Juliet

Think about the disobedience of the children

Define the key terms- Disobedience

When you disobey your parents-

Not respecting them

Refusing the orders

Power relationship between the father and the daughter.

Social hierarchy

Capulets and the Montagues are the top of hierarchy

Prince is the ultimate governing ruler

Juliet, Romeo (focus on children), nurse, both Capulets and the Montagues, Tybalt.

Death is the greatest tragedy

Betrayal is another tragedy

Violence, sin is a tragedy

When you a present a contention, you need to think about to what extent you agree to the greatest tragedy.

Never write the word theme, because it is too simplistic.

It is not a book, movie. It is a play. Could use a story or a tale.

Avoid excessively narrating

Ask who, what, when, when, how, where when you are stuck on the topic.

That will become your evidence.

Underline the tile so that it indicates that is the title, not the character.

Topic 2:

Family, friendship, romantic love, loyalty.

‘Any’ is our qualifier

When was there a time someone had to sacrifice something? (Juliet sacrifices duty in marring Paris and goes to Romeo, Nurse sacrifices duty etc. Sacrificing their names)

Who had to sacrifice something?

What do they sacrifice?

Why do they sacrifice it?

When do they sacrifice it?

Where do they sacrifice it?

How do they sacrifice it?

At what cost are they giving something up?

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Topic 2:

Family, friendship, romantic love, loyalty.

‘Any’ is our qualifier

When was there a time someone had to sacrifice something? (Juliet sacrifices duty in marring Paris and goes to Romeo, Nurse sacrifices duty etc. Sacrificing their names)

At what cost are they giving something up?

Use conjunctions (contention):

Furthermore, following that, in addition, nevertheless

Use conjunctions (rebuttal):

Although, however, but,