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HSC Advanced Courses

How our HSC classes are run

Our HSC classes are text specific and student focused. We provide clear direction for essay writing, explicitly sharing with students the arguments they could and should be making to achieve top band marks. 

Each course is designed so a student walks away with:

  • an abundance of resources, quote tables, critic papers and exemplar essays

  • a core 1000 word HSC level essay

  • notes detailing how to approach different essay question styles

The term progresses as below: 

  • Weeks 1-5: going through content, literary theories and analysis

  • Week 6-7: essay building 

  • Week 8-10: school assignment support, breaking down HSC-style essay questions

The texts we offer

Term 4: Common Module & Unseen Texts

  • 1984 by George Orwell

  • The Crucible by Arthur Miller

  • The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare

Term 1: Module A

  • Tempest & Hagseed

  • Keats & Bright Star

  • Donne & W;t

Term 2: Module B

  • An Artist of the Floating World by Kazuo Ishiguro

  • A Doll's House by Henri Ibsen

  • Various poems by TS Eliot

Term 3: Module C 

  • flexible - classes will work through imaginative, persuasive and discursive writing skills

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