Comparing texts: Form and function - Isabella Bird and Aron Ralston
In this lesson, we will be revisiting Aron Ralston’s Between a Rock and a Hard Place and drawing comparisons with Isabella Bird's Hawaiian Archipelago. We will consolidate our comparison skills by using our framework for selecting evidence and structuring a written response. You will then be able to check your progress against a model response.
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