basically, for our theatre studies taster lesson we got into pairs and interpretted a short section from the first scene of a play called "The Caretaker" by Harold Pinter...*i think*
Each of the seven groups did the scenes completely differently but all of the group ended up pointing out which of each pair was most sinister and thus; the rapist.
oh yes, A-levels...who's the rapist?
It could be the new "where's wally?"!
Council was a fail. ten minutes of discussion and the the best part of an hour of doss.
English language was pretty awesome. I reckon that if i do do an english at a-level i'll probably end up doing english literature purely because i'm actually really into creative writing but then again the A2 course for language has a part on child development and how we actually learn to speak which would go well with my possible choice of psychology if i do end up wanting to be a doctor since i could do chemistry, biology, pschology and english language.
thing is, i WANT to do something big and helpful like being a doctor but then....i'm only okay at the subjects where as i'm actually rather rather good at englishes and drama....i'm so confused. TG i have another year to contemplate my future.
At least if i do deciode that i dn't want t be a doctor after all, those subjects would put me in good sted for a bunch of other careers.
ftr, mr. houghton is an awesome teacher. i've never had him in a proper sit-down lesson, i had him when he was still a trainee and that was for drama so this was interesting.
Jamie's awakened my fascination with the peculiar, i've been watching bunches of BoC vids on youtube...strange.
I downloaded dayvan cowboy and hey saturday sun...i also intend on getting roybiv and sixtyten.
the video for everything you do is a balloon is seriously creepy. seriously.
it's taken from a cycling safety vid from the 60's. very strange.
i was listening to them in bed last night. weird stuff happens when you listen to BoC in the dark when you're sleepy. weird, weird things.
I have my medicine and treatment exam for history tomorrow. what a lot of the modern world lot don't realise is that our course actually requires practicals for the exams so that's why a lot of us looked quite so out of it when we left the surgery exam last week...amputating a patient's arm ain't easy, especially when you can't sedate him; let me tell you!
I did some revision in my free period today *get me* cuz EVERYONE ELSE had theirs either 4th of 5th :/
Peace and love