onsdagen den 5:e maj 2010
No Place to Call Home by Lee Stringer
Life in the Underworld by Charles Dickens
Please answer the following questions:
1) Tell us about the narrator's everyday life as it is described in Lee Stringer's extract from the novel No Place to Call Home.
2) Thousands of people are sleeping rough on big city streets every day and night. In your view, is it true that we accept homelessness if we do nothing about it? Do we have a responsibility? Or is the problem something social workers can solve? Is it a state or community issue? (Blueprint B p. 81)
3) Summarise the text extract Life in the Underworld in your own words.
4) Just like Oliver Twist in Charles Dickens' text, many children in Africa are orphans - due to the AIDS epidemic. Give us some convincing arguments to make people donate money for this course, to help them build an orphanage, a school etc. (Blueprint B p. 82)