HSC English Module B: Shakespeare/ Dickens/Austen

Garry Hol
An expert practitioner who wants to encourage, develop, support and empower teachers in their careers
This course unpacks the rubric for the Module and gives specific, in depth analysis for Henry IV, Part I, Great Expectations and Emma
Target Audience
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Learning Areas

Teaching Standards

General Description

This course will give teachers all the resources and understanding needed to navigate this Module for the HSC.

Available Delivery Formats

Format Description

A helpful chance to network and liase with other teachers about approaches to the teaching of the new syllabus


This course contributes to 5.0 professional development hours.

Occurrences

  Start Date Location Availability Price    
Enrol Now 16/11/2018 Sth Western Sydney Places available $347 + GST Enrol Now

Sessions

Unpacking the Rubric

1 hour

1. Introduction to the rubric, including key changes from previous Module B
2. Focus on key phrases and what they mean
3. Recap of key concepts and definitions regarding the rubric and syllabus

Introduction to Henry IV, Part I

1 hour

1. Key plot lines
2. Content and construction
3. Key themes
4. Context
5. Key connections to rubric

Introduction to Emma

1 hour

1. Key plot lines
2. Content and construction
3. Key themes
4. Context
5. Key connections to rubric

Introduction to Great Expectations

1 hour

1. Key plot lines
2. Content and construction
3. Key themes
4. Context
5. Key connections to rubric

Putting It All Together

1 hour

1. Sample responses for each text
2. Paragraph development
3. Key writing tips to increase performance

What To Bring

An open mind and a belief that they can make a difference

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About the team


Garry Hol

Creator

An experienced HSC teacher for over 15 years, Garry’s expertise in English has come from a foundational love of literature and learning. He currently lectures HSC students, provides inservice training for teachers and spends large amounts of time attempting to inspire teenagers to engage with literature through teaching English at the Illawarra Christian School on the picturesque South Coast. He also enjoys tripping to the city on occasion and most weekends will find him performing rock and blues music in venues up and down the coast.