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    Look both ways

    My school teachers have been very slack on returning my practice exams. My original teacher was in hospital for 2 months so I had to settle for a 2nd year english teacher . So anyway, I want to ask what is the best way to write a text response essay for Look both ways? The title I was given is: Look Both Ways shows that despite life's trials, happiness is possible. Discuss. (by the way look both ways is actually a film by Sarah Watt). If you know about the movie it would be easier to show the best way I can write my essay about it. Thanks! One more thing, I'm an ESL student but wouldn't mind if my standard is close to a normal english student.

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    Re: Look both ways

    Your assignment is to write an essay using the title, Look Both Ways.

    Never mind that there a movie by the same name. You are not writing a movie review.

    You must write about how Looking Both Ways can make one's life better.


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    Re: Look both ways

    The text response essay that I have to do is in regards to the Movie "Look Both Ways" by Sarah Watt. Look both ways is not a quote. My title is already given if you are unsure what it is.


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    Re: Look both ways

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDan View Post
    The text response essay that I have to do is in regards to the Movie "Look Both Ways" by Sarah Watt. Look both ways is not a quote. My title is already given if you are unsure what it is.

    "Look Both Ways" shows that despite life's trials, happiness is possible.


    By putting the title in quotes [or italicising it], you ensure that it is understood to be a title. Otherwise it might just be careless typing

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