Conference theme: Tapping into curiosity
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July 2015
October 2015
  • Students - Introduction to Discovery, Friday 23rd October at Wesley 
November 2015
  • Students - Introduction to Extension 2, Friday 6th November at Footbridge, Sydney University
  • Teachers - ETA State Conference: Curiouser and curiouser Friday 20th and Saturday 21st November - UNSW

New Publications:

This resource supports the teaching of representation of people and landscapes and contains detailed teacher notes about Alain de Botton's The Art of Travel and student worksheets.


A visible thinking approach leads students into the complexity of Gray's text as a Discovery resource. Each poem has carefully scaffolded activities, a related text, imaginative and analytical writing suggestions. The PowerPoint offers a summary of ideas for revision.

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The Hours/ Mrs Dalloway resource gives a thorough overview of both texts and proposes ways of reading these according to Module A. A powerpoint is included for revision. 

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This issue contains articles on Alice in Wonderland and children's classics; Journey to the Stone Country (Navigating the Global), Run Lola Run, Swallow the Air, A Short History of Nearly Everything. It has lessons on The Tracker, The Turning and narrative techniques as well as related texts for science fiction, Discovery and modules.
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