Individual exercises to help test your understanding and knowledge of key areas of text. Complete them to see your strengths and weaknesses.
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In my chapter, I raise a series of questions at the end of each section. Select an image of your own ‒ anything that grabs your attention, or has been given as an example in a lecture. Look briefly at the questions then begin to think about which ones relate most to your chosen image. It might be that the questions at the end of one section resonate most strongly with the image or that you don't have answers to all the questions. Work out which of the questions are most relevant to the image and leave aside those that don't seem so important. Write a short summary about the image in response to the questions you have chosen. The summary can be written from a personal perspective.