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Analysing arguments and presenting a point of view

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Word of the Day

Know Your Novels

Spark Notes Videos

Thug Notes is a YouTube Chanel discussing classic texts - To Kill a Mockingbird, Great Gatsby, etc. 

Episode 2: VCE English & Lit Guides - State Library of Victoria

English Exams Revision Strategies

  • Read study guides for your text (are there online articles and study notes on your text too?)
  • Read sample essays
  • Re-read, tab, highlight and annotate your set texts.  
  • Practice writing essays
  • Practice writing introductions and conclusions
  • Practice planning to time
  • Develop word and quote banks
  • Make help notes on each of the topics
  • Watch film of the text if available
  • Write chapter summaries
  • Create a glossary of terms / metalanguage bank
  • Research essay writing techniques
  • Look up words you don’t know / Use a thesaurus to expand your vocabulary
  • Turn your notes into CramCards
  • Listen to the audio of your text – this could be on your phone on the way to work.

Read Widely and Broadly

Mechanics of English

Sentences by RMIT

Types of Clauses : Includes other aspects of Grammar

Grammar Bytes : Definitions, handouts, exercises and links to tutorials on Youtube


BBC bite-size - sentences activity

A fun interactive quiz with animation, to teach you clearly about clauses and punctuation.

Essay writing help

English Teachers for 2020

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(Head of Domain)

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