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  1. A day without Guitar Hero. The Simpsons or Family Guy?
  2. Are we assuming here the education being priced is strictly the academic one? Because people are also educated by their family and peers, and their bringing up which instills different values and priorities within themselves. The education that the government of private schools or universities undertake is only the one which all humans are able to share in common, i.e. two people can be taught the same math, but cannot be taught the same personal values,a s those usually depend on the surrounding they live in. Regarding the private school system, the amount you pay and education you get depend
  3. There's a book that was published, I'm not entirely sure what the name is, but which talks about what happened to people who won the lottery in America: I guess this would tie in well with the whole material possession, as these people can pretty much buy anything they want, but their lives still suck (seriously, read the book). You could then contrast this with your guy from "Into the Wild" I guess you can also bring in hollywood, as actors are known to be immensely rich, and some psychologists suggest that through excessive acting the portrayal of real emotions is lost, making them "less emo
  4. The first thing to do is relax: English is, I believe, one of the easiest Extended Essay subjects int eh sense that your Essay doesn't rely on experiment results which could go wrong (as in Science) or based off of limited facts (History or Geography) that you analyze. I'm assuming that you're going to be comparing two different novels? I'm not sure, you didn't specify in your post. If you are, than the obvious procedure would be to compare and contrast. Things you can talk about are: - relationship between the antagonist and protagonist - transformation of the protagonist throughout the novel
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    This is a three page journal of a line by line analysis of John Keats' poem "To Autumn", which some IB students might need to know for their IB English Orals.
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    This is a four page journal of a line by line analysis of John Keats' poem "Ode to Melancholy", which some IB students might need to know for their IB English Orals.
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    This is a seven page journal of a line by line analysis of John Keats' poem "Ode to a Grecian Urn", which some IB students might need to know for their IB English Orals.
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    This is a five page journal of a line by line analysis of T.S. Eliot's poem "Preludes", which some IB students might need to know for their IB English Orals.
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    This is a four page journal of a line by line analysis of T.S. Eliot's poem "The Journey of the Magi", which most IB students need to know for their IB English Orals.
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    This is a five page journal of a line by line analysis of Elizabeth Bishop's poem "The Filling Station", which some IB students might need to know for their IB English Orals.
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    This is a five page journal of a line by line analysis of Elizabeth Bishop's poem "The Fish", which some IB students might need to know for their IB English Orals.
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