AFTER THE BOMB EXTENSION ENGLISH
English – extension | Curriculum
In the HSC year, students who have studied Preliminary English extension are able to further their study through English extension 1 and/or English extension 2. Extension 1 units of work 'In the HSC English extension course 1 students explore ideas of value and consider how cultural values and systems of valuation arise.' (English Stage 6
HSC EXTENSION AFTER THE BOMB - EnglishSchmenglish
It develops their understanding of the ways in which scientific, religious, philosophical or economic paradigms have shaped and are reflected in literature and other texts. (Refer to the English Stage 6 Syllabus, pp 82–83.) Extension 1, Module B: Texts and Ways of Thinking Elective 1: After the Bomb
Tips for Achieving an E4 in Extension English 1 – After
The After the Bomb module is the most popular choice for Extension 1 English, so it can be hard to stand out and achieve an E4. Knowing your content and being able to effectively organize and structure your ideas in the exam is key. Here are some base tips to get you started on the right path in E1.
Extension One English - After the Bomb - Other Related Texts
I’ve fleshed out the ways of thinking in each text and I’ve briefly discussed the plot line or most important features so that you can decide which texts you want to look into. A creative writing piece for Extension One English must incorporate the ways of thinking of the era, if you are studying After the Bomb. Use these as inspiration!
How to Write an English Extension Ways of Thinking Essay
Nov 15, 2016Hey everyone! This will be the last of my ‘How to’ posts for English, as I’ve now covered creative writing, AOS, Mod A, Mod B and Mod C. As I think that the best way to learn to write an extension essay (specifically for Ways of Thinking: After the Bomb) is to be shown an example, I will once again be using one of my own pieces of work to explain how to structure a full marks essay.Ways of Thinking: After the Bomb!Apr 21, 2017Creative Writing - Advice from a Cambridge Uni StudentOct 09, 2016See more results
HSC English Extension 1 - After the Bomb - NoteXchange
Nov 26, 2015Extensive notes for on the After the Bomb concept including techniques and analysis for Godot, Spy, Plath’s Poetry & related text America. Also includes mind maps for possible related texts, essay plans, practice essays, speech tasks and creative writing samples.5/5(1)
English Extension 1 - ARC :: Assessment Resource Centre
Question 4 Elective 1: After the Bomb Written Paper Question 4 - 2010 HSC Compose a piece of imaginative writing using the setting from a prescribed text and incorporating the terms 'a wish', 'a message' and 'solitude'.
English Extension 1 standards materials - Board of Studies
Board of Studies Teaching and Educational Standards NSW Australia serves teachers and a million students in both government and non-government schools. HSC examinations, School Certificate, state-wide curriculum online, e-Assessment, school registration.[PDF]
HSC English Extension 1 Seminar - The Partridge Nest
HSC English Extension 1 Seminar 2012 Presented by: Mary Nosworthy and Kelly Heaton Table of Contents After the Bomb Cold War in literature English literature Cold War . HSC English Extension 1 –
Extension 1 “After the Bomb” and related material | eruditeHSC
Mar 03, 2013Extension 1 “After the Bomb” and related material. Posted on March 3, and hence i am having trouble in this module. all i understand briefly is the paranoia caused by dropping of the atomic bomb, there was nuclear arm race etc. but I do not really understand the political and personal ramifications during that time, as i am not very