Category: English

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…

Literary Techniques Part 1: Techniques for Analysing a Written Text

Literary Techniques Literary Techniques are the techniques that composers use in their written texts to help convey or heighten meaning. Rather than writing in plain…

Techniques for Analysing a Visual Text

Above image is from HSC English 2015 Paper 1 – Area of Study Question 1: Text One – Image: (a) Describe how the image depicts…

HSC English Area of Study: Discovery

The new HSC English Area of Study: Discovery will be introduced for Y12 English Standard and Advanced students in 2015. Be the first to learn…

Module C: The Crucible Part 1 – Dos and Don’ts

What are the dos and don’ts of studying The Crucible for Module C? Module C is the Study of Representation and Text. This Module is…

An Essential Overview Of Module B: Citizen Kane & Reputation

Most students struggle with Module B. The critical study of texts raises a lot of questions for them, such as: What is Orson Welles’ Citizen…

The New English Advanced Syllabus – What it Means For You!

The HSC for English has undergone its first major change in a decade. The English Advanced Syllabus is changing. The current Year 11 students will…

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