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Doctor Who | 7x13 | The Name of The Doctor
Tom makes a dirty joke while he take some pictures with his fans
IT HAS BEEN DONE. Finally .. after more than an year of postponing and procrastinating I did it in two days :D It’s not even remotely perfect but meh, I love it.
I think that for certain subjects it makes sense to have them and I understand but for other subjects, it seems irrelevant and if we’re gonna do them they should be worth less than assignments.
For example: literature; why do you need to know how to write an essay in a 1 hour span, what value does that hold? That’s just teaching us how to do stuff the night before it’s due well. Technically a good essay should be given time and proper research specifically on the topic, not, ‘you have less than 5 mins to decide which topic you’re can bullshit for the most’.
It seems that for things like literature a strick 2 hour timed environment doesn’t seem to rectify the value of what they’re trying to teach us. When it comes to doing research, whether that be practical or theoretical the development of ideas is important. An exam doesn’t let you do anything expect retain information and spit it out.
Ask yourself, who is going to actually write something worth reading more than once that’s full of passion in an exam?
And by that I don’t mean I can’t recognise the line between fan created work and the original. I simply mean, how fleshed out does something the original writer or creator have to make for it to constitue itself as canon?
For example, there are deleted scenes in all films, scenes cuts from books because the publisher simply wanted it to be shorter or it disrupted the flow. Scripts or lines written for tv shows that are then discarded becaue they’re either too hard to film or they’re too controversial But the point I’m trying to make is, they were written/made by the original creator. Just because they weren’t filmed or written down or it was just a fleeting thought that was never given the time to be published does this stop it from being canon? If the original creator sees the world/characters a certain way, does that simply make it just to say; it is canon.