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English Language Units 3&4

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ISBN 9781923154940

Insight’s VCE Revision Questions are written and reviewed by highly experienced teachers and assessors, and are ideal supplementary classroom resources or tools for self-study to support students in their final year at school.

Organised by topic, VCE Revision Questions are perfect for students looking to build on their knowledge across the entire subject area. The series provides crucial exam practice, building students’ confidence in the lead-up to VCE exams, and each title caters to the subject’s most recent Study Design.

Worked solutions and high-quality sample responses are provided for all questions, alongside tips to help students excel.

The book features:

  • Thorough sample responses / worked solutions
  • Complete breakdowns of mark allocations
  • Tips to help students improve their results
  • Excellent preparation for VCE exams.

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English Language Year 12 – Units 3 & 4

$49.95
  Insight’s new English Language Year 12: VCE Units 3 & 4 provides comprehensive coverage of Units 3 and 4 of the VCE English Language Study Design, to be implemented in 2024. Each chapter provides clear and thorough explanations of key knowledge, supported by linguistic theory and contemporary examples. Written by highly experienced English Language teachers and assessors, this title provides students with clarity and direction regarding the content and Outcomes for each area of study. A variety of engaging activities will assist students to prepare for assessment tasks and lay the critical foundations for success in the end-of-year exam. This book features:
  • Accessible and thorough coverage of the key knowledge for each of the Outcomes in the Study Design
  • Activities designed to encourage the development of skills in identifying, describing and analysing features of formal and informal language in written and spoken texts
  • Activities designed to encourage the development of skills in identifying, describing and analysing varieties of English in Australian society
  • An exploration of attitudes towards these varieties of English, and of how language choices reflect and convey identity
  • High-level sample answers, available online
  • Links to further reading and resources.
  Authors : Selina Dennis: Selina Dennis holds a Bachelor of Arts and Science from the University of Melbourne, with majors in Computer Science, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, and a minor in Old English. She has been heavily involved in the English Language community through numerous subject associations. Selina regularly presents at professional development sessions, and writes and reviews subject-related resources and practice exams. Selina has worked with the VCAA for the past decade in numerous roles, including as chief assessor and in exam assessment, as well as in study design consultations. Natalie Gleeson: With over 20 years of teaching VCE English and English Language across a range of schools, Natalie Gleeson draws on her experience and expertise as a curriculum and exam writer, assessor and presenter. Natalie holds a Master of Education from the Australian Catholic University and is a well-known and respected member of the English Language teaching community. Natalie also works with new and experienced teachers, providing professional learning and advice on implementing the VCE English Language curriculum. She specialises in providing professional learning for teachers in analytical writing forms in the English Language classroom, and brings with her a wealth of experience as well as skills in presenting engaging content and learning. Luke A Francis: Luke A Francis has completed a Bachelor of Arts at La Trobe University, majoring in linguistics, and drama and a Post Graduate Diploma of Education at the University of Melbourne, and is due to complete a Master of Educational Leadership through the University of Melbourne in 2023. As well as writing and marking trial examinations, he runs professional development opportunities for pre-service teacher candidates, teaching staff and VCE students through a number of professional associations and universities. Luke is a regular assessor with VCAA and is respected in the community of English Language teachers for being an unabashed nerd and bringing his passion for linguistics to the fore. Anna Stewart: Anna Stewart made her way to English Language after working as an EAL educator in various countries around the world. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Music from Monash University and a Master of Applied Linguistics from the University of New England. Anna has completed further studies in German, Japanese and Latin, and taught languages alongside English Language upon her return to Australia. Anna took time away from the school system to run her own business in literacy, English and linguistics education while raising her own young family. She later returned as an active member of the English Language community, contributing to curriculum development, exam writing and assessing, and as a presenter. Anna is currently working towards her PhD in education with a focused interest on designing and testing a grammar program for the secondary classroom.
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English Language Year 12 – Units 3 & 4

$49.95
  Insight’s new English Language Year 12: VCE Units 3 & 4 provides comprehensive coverage of Units 3 and 4 of the VCE English Language Study Design, to be implemented in 2024. Each chapter provides clear and thorough explanations of key knowledge, supported by linguistic theory and contemporary examples. Written by highly experienced English Language teachers and assessors, this title provides students with clarity and direction regarding the content and Outcomes for each area of study. A variety of engaging activities will assist students to prepare for assessment tasks and lay the critical foundations for success in the end-of-year exam. This book features:
  • Accessible and thorough coverage of the key knowledge for each of the Outcomes in the Study Design
  • Activities designed to encourage the development of skills in identifying, describing and analysing features of formal and informal language in written and spoken texts
  • Activities designed to encourage the development of skills in identifying, describing and analysing varieties of English in Australian society
  • An exploration of attitudes towards these varieties of English, and of how language choices reflect and convey identity
  • High-level sample answers, available online
  • Links to further reading and resources.
  Authors : Selina Dennis: Selina Dennis holds a Bachelor of Arts and Science from the University of Melbourne, with majors in Computer Science, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, and a minor in Old English. She has been heavily involved in the English Language community through numerous subject associations. Selina regularly presents at professional development sessions, and writes and reviews subject-related resources and practice exams. Selina has worked with the VCAA for the past decade in numerous roles, including as chief assessor and in exam assessment, as well as in study design consultations. Natalie Gleeson: With over 20 years of teaching VCE English and English Language across a range of schools, Natalie Gleeson draws on her experience and expertise as a curriculum and exam writer, assessor and presenter. Natalie holds a Master of Education from the Australian Catholic University and is a well-known and respected member of the English Language teaching community. Natalie also works with new and experienced teachers, providing professional learning and advice on implementing the VCE English Language curriculum. She specialises in providing professional learning for teachers in analytical writing forms in the English Language classroom, and brings with her a wealth of experience as well as skills in presenting engaging content and learning. Luke A Francis: Luke A Francis has completed a Bachelor of Arts at La Trobe University, majoring in linguistics, and drama and a Post Graduate Diploma of Education at the University of Melbourne, and is due to complete a Master of Educational Leadership through the University of Melbourne in 2023. As well as writing and marking trial examinations, he runs professional development opportunities for pre-service teacher candidates, teaching staff and VCE students through a number of professional associations and universities. Luke is a regular assessor with VCAA and is respected in the community of English Language teachers for being an unabashed nerd and bringing his passion for linguistics to the fore. Anna Stewart: Anna Stewart made her way to English Language after working as an EAL educator in various countries around the world. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Music from Monash University and a Master of Applied Linguistics from the University of New England. Anna has completed further studies in German, Japanese and Latin, and taught languages alongside English Language upon her return to Australia. Anna took time away from the school system to run her own business in literacy, English and linguistics education while raising her own young family. She later returned as an active member of the English Language community, contributing to curriculum development, exam writing and assessing, and as a presenter. Anna is currently working towards her PhD in education with a focused interest on designing and testing a grammar program for the secondary classroom.
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A STUDENT GUIDE TO YEAR 12 ENGLISH LANGUAGE (SSRC)

Original price was: $21.95.Current price is: $19.95.
This book is based on 8 essays written by an A+ student of English Language presented in 4 different ways: original essay, stream of consciousness, structural analysis and tutor's comments.
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A STUDENT GUIDE TO YEAR 12 ENGLISH LANGUAGE (SSRC)

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This book is based on 8 essays written by an A+ student of English Language presented in 4 different ways: original essay, stream of consciousness, structural analysis and tutor's comments.
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