This standard assesses a candidate’s ability to analyse previously unread texts across a range of genres and purposes. At this level, candidates must discuss how techniques work, individually or collectively, to achieve a certain purpose. It is vital that candidates relate their discussion directly to the question posed in the examination and that they focus their discussion on the techniques employed by the writer. Candidates should aim to connect the chosen techniques to specific evidence related to the question. While it is acceptable in some instances for candidates to refer to line numbers only, reference to techniques should be specific.
Soon thereafter, Corff wanted to take his singing talent and use it to develop himself into a successful actor. He began to study theater and landed his first acting job as the lead in the Los Angeles production of “Hair” — a role he later played on Broadway. He went on to enjoy a successful acting career that included a starring role in more than 103 episodes of “The Everyday Show” and a contract to Universal Studios for which he played parts in many television shows and movies such as “McMillan & Wife,” “The Bold Ones,” “Houston, We’ve Got a Problem,” and was top starred in the Roger Corman cult classic “Gasss.”
The world of Gattaca, based as it is on discrimination, is, the director would suggest, just as dangerous as discrimination in traditional areas such as race, gender and religion. People are defined according to their relationship to the dominant power. Labels are attached, imposed upon individuals without their consent and assumptions are made about their differences. In this case, scientific proof becomes the absolute basis for discrimination. While the society holds it is a truth, that DNA is a primary factor that determines success, for example, Vincent proves that the philosophy underpinning the discrimination is flawed. Success is determined by other variables that are not within the control of science.