Category: English

Literary Techniques: Allusion

Welcome to our glossary of Literary Techniques ALLUSION post. In this post, we expand on allusion, which is one of the techniques from our Literary Techniques Part 1:…

Literary Techniques: Juxtaposition

Welcome to our glossary of Literary Techniques JUXTAPOSITION post. This post is part of a series that is aimed at increasing your knowledge of literary techniques and…

How to Analyse Shakespeare: A Step-by-Step Guide

Many students don’t know how to analyse Shakespeare. Shakespeare is daunting to many. And rightly so, Shakespeare didn’t use contemporary English, but rather wrote in…

8 Common Mistakes HSC English Students Make in Exams

Everyone makes mistakes. So , what are the 8 common mistakes HSC English students make in exams that you don’t want to? Read on and…

Literary Techniques: Imagery

Welcome to our glossary of literary techniques: imagery post. This post expands on the definitions found in our Literary Techniques Part 1: Techniques for Analysing a Written…

HSC English Advanced Module C: Representation and Text

HSC English Advanced Module C: Representation and Text is a mystery for many HSC English Advanced students. Complicating things, it is often the Module that…

Module C: The Crucible Part 2 – Textual Analysis

Students often approach Module C in the wrong way. They focus on the people, events, and politics in their texts, but they don’t examine the…

HSC English Advanced Module A: Comparative Study of Text and Context

The study of HSC English Advanced Module A: Comparative Study of Text and Context requires students to compare and contrast two prescribed texts in order…

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