English (Extension 1)

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Australia HSC - Higher School Certificate English (Extension 1)

Perhaps more than any other subject, English is central to the learning and development of HSC students across Australia. This mandatory subject teaches more than just the national language, it also teaches students how to communicate effectively and make critical judgements when needed. Higher-order English skills learned through reading, writing and speaking are integral to problem-solving, aesthetic appreciation, and critical analysis. We have a wide selection of English notes that cover the full extent of the English HSC curriculum, from documents that deal with responding to and composing texts, through to those that teach context and language modes. Access to new study material can help you remember and integrate information more effectively, understand concepts better, and study more efficiently.

We have a huge selection of English notes to help you with every aspect of the HSC curriculum, material that can save you valuable time and make your study more effective.


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Extension English Essay 25/25

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HSC - Year 12 - English (Extension 1)

This is a critical essay for the After the Bomb module. Texts are WFG, Plath, Salinger and Nabokov.

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Practice Creative Writing for Half Yearlies, I got 18/25

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HSC - Year 12 - English (Extension 1)

It's a creative task on Romanticism, it looks at the tension between society and romantics, and between enlightened peop...

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Rousseau's Ideology Essay

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HSC - Year 12 - English (Extension 1)

Frost at Midnight, Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey and Bright Star as related texts.

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Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey and Frost at Midnight

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HSC - Year 12 - English (Extension 1)

This essay looks at William Wordsworth's poem Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey and Samuel Taylor Coleridge...

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Module A - Frankenstein

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HSC - Year 12 - English (Extension 1)

This essay looks at Module A of Extension English one and is focused on Frankenstein

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Macbeth

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HSC - Year 11 - English (Extension 1)

Why Shakespeare represents ambition as the driving force behind the significant themes of manipulation, deception and po...

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To Kill a Mockingbird

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HSC - Year 11 - English (Extension 1)

Why Harper Lee represents courage, maturation and racial prejudice as signisficant traits of human nature

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Romeo and Juliet

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HSC - Year 11 - English (Extension 1)

Why does Shakespeare represent the concepts of love and hate and how these two timeless themes accompany each other

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English Extension Gothic Creative

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HSC - Year 11 - English (Extension 1)

Creative for the English Extension preliminary course and appropriation of texts, study of the Gothic genre - scored 23/...

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Dracula and the Raven - An analysis of their common Gothic elements and the Gothic genre

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HSC - Year 11 - English (Extension 1)

Essay for the preliminary english extension 1 course on appropriation of texts and the gothic genre - scored 19/20

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Speech on how Charles Dickens reflects ideas on civilization and identity in his Victorian context

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HSC - Year 11 - English (Extension 1)

This was my year 11 prelim speech on our focus text 'Great Expectations' with our area of study being civilisation and i...

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Romanticism Essay and Notes

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HSC - Year 12 - English (Extension 1)

Sample text Romanticism Rubric Students explore: • The ways in which scientific, religious, philosophical or eco...

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