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Year 11 Year 11 English Advanced

Developed by Dr Jenny Wells, our weekly lessons focus on writing tasks that map to NESA’s New Syllabus Guidelines – Reading to Write, Narratives that Shaped the World and Critical Study.

All students receive personal feedback and improvements on their in-class and homework writing, with 1-1 tutorials available for specific assessment tasks.

Year 11 Year 11 English Advanced

Developed by Dr Jenny Wells, our weekly lessons focus on writing tasks that map to NESA’s New Syllabus Guidelines – Reading to Write, Narratives that Shaped the World and Critical Study.

All students receive personal feedback and improvements on their in-class and homework writing, with 1-1 tutorials available for specific assessment tasks.

Writing, writing and more writing

Year 11 English is crucial to building the skills required for HSC assessments. Focuses on creative, persuasive and discursive exercises based off different types of stimulus.

Term 4, 2020

12 Oct - 20 Dec

Common Mod: Reading to Write
Common Mod: Reading to Write
Mod B: Poetry
Mod B: Prose Fiction
Mod B: Macbeth
Mod B: Speeches
Mod A: Narratives
Mod A: Narratives
Exam
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Term 1, 2021

25 Jan - 04 Apr

Introduction to Common Module
Tools of Reading and Writing: Prose Fiction
Tools of Reading and Writing: Poetry
Tools of Reading and Writing: Poetry in Context
Tools of Reading and Writing: Descriptive Writing
Tools of Reading and Writing: Short Story/Narratives
Tools of Reading and Writing: Persuasive Writing
Tools of Reading and Writing: Discursive Writing
Exam
Review

Term 2, 2021

19 Apr - 27 Jun

Introduction to Module A
Sharing collective or individual experiences I
Sharing collective or individual experiences II
Narratives that inspire change
Shaping perspective
Appropriation
Preparation for examination
Preparation for examination
Exam
Review

Term 3, 2021

12 Jul - 19 Sep

Module B: Poetry
Module B: Poetry in Context
Module B: Prose - Comparative Study
Module B: Film
Module B: Shakespearean Drama
Module B: Interextuality
Module B: Short Answer Response
Module B: Essay Writing
Exam
Review

Meet your mentors

Our Mentors are qualified English teachers, PhD Academics and recent state ranking high achievers. They mark all homework, providing personal and detailed feedback on your written work, to ensure individual improvement in all aspects of your English.

A class time for you

10 weekly lessons each term for Year 11 English Advanced success.

Epping

Thu04:30 pm — 06:00 pm
Sat09:15 am — 10:45 am
 01:00 pm — 02:30 pm
 04:15 pm — 05:45 pm
Sun04:30 pm — 06:00 pm

Chatswood

Thu04:30 pm — 06:00 pm
Sat01:00 pm — 02:30 pm
Sun01:00 pm — 02:30 pm

Hurstville

Sat02:45 pm — 04:15 pm
Sun02:45 pm — 04:15 pm

Burwood

Thu04:30 pm — 06:00 pm
Sat11:00 am — 12:30 pm

Sydney CBD

No timeslots available.

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What you will receive

Small Classes

With an average of 8 students, you’ll systematically review the every syllabus dot point so you have a deep 1st-principles understanding of the key theory.

Personalised Tutorials

Extra tutorials for you if you need extra help. You can asks questions on Talent 100 work, school work or assessments.

Exam-style Homework

HSC Style homework conditions you to the style, structure and rigour of HSC exams to train perfect exam technique.

Online Resources

Course notes, extra resources and videos, exam style homework with solutions and tens of practice papers for the new HSC Syllabus.

Regular Feedback

Feedback is key to improvement, so we give homework feedback weekly and report cards termly so you know exactly what you need to work on.

Learning Community

Be part of a community that inspires and state of the art learning centres where you can study and relax.

English counts to your ATAR result. Make it count for you.

English counts to your ATAR result. Make it count for you.

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