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The Values in Narrative: Program for senior students.

The Values of Narrative is a program for senior students examining aspects of narrative and how these are translated into popular culture. Aspects of this program are expanded in Wuthering Heights: C...
 

Patrick Ness in Conversation

Author of 'Chaos Walking' trilogy
 

Fay and Jane: good farmers’ wives?

Connections between Pride and Prejudice and Fay Weldon’s Letters to Alice give students a new appreciation for the original text and a greater understanding of the role of literature.
 

Students of Character: the dual purpose of teaching empathy in the English classroom

Develop empathy by asking students to view and feel from another’s point of view.
 

Developing a Textual Interest Project (TIP)

An independent research project for a mixed ability Year 10 cohort around adolescent literature and the notion of Representation.
 

Displaced persons: A thematic unit for Stage 4

This unit considers displaced people , particularly teenagers and the immigration issues that are debated in Australia and across the world.
 

The Evolutionary Relationship between Man and Technology

Relationship between Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Ridley Scott's Blade Runner
 

Ghosts and Monsters

A Year 11 Preliminary Extension unit on James' Turn of the Screw and Heaney's Beowulf
 

Coming Back by David Hill

A year 10 unit based on a novel study , featuring issues and attitudes towards driving a car.
 

Connecting Voices: A study of narrative using Once by Morris Gleitzman

A teaching unit for Years 7 and 8 examining narrative.
 

On First Reading Fay Weldon's letters to Alice

This article considers some of the implications of comparing Pride and Prejudice with Weldon's Letters to Alice on Reading Jane Austen
 

Whose Canon? or who the Dickens is David Copperfield?

Activities illustrating how to teach Dickens through selective passages in context for students unwilling to read the entire novel.
 

The Fate of Love from Wimpole St to West Egg

A comparison of The Great Gatsby and Sonnets from the Portuguese by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
 

Sixty Lights: exploring ideas

An exploration of some of the ideas in Gail Jones's rich and rewarding novel.
 

Pursuing deep understanding in the Area of Study: The Namesake

This unit of work uses the Teaching for Understanding framework to address the concept of belonging through Jhumpa Lahiri's novel The Namesake as the primary text.
 
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