Part of the series Queensland Senior English.
This outstanding new text is written specifically for Year 12 students undertaking the new 2010 senior syllabus.
It is a much needed-innovative resource.
Features:* fully supports the principles of the new 2010 syllabus * features chapters on positioning, evaluative language, writing practices, speaking practices, poetry, a classic novel and Shakespeare * contains a vast range of rich and innovative written, spoken and visual texts * includes discussion tasks and activities designed to encourage in-depth analysis and inspire creative responses- many of these tasks can be readily framed into effective assessment items
Interactive Book Bringing the digital age into your English classroom, the CD included with the text contains an interactive book that can be customised by teachers or students. It is perfect for IWB display as well.
ContentsPart A Understanding textual practices 1 Positioning the reader 2 Writing practices, processes and resources 3 Using evaluative language
Part B Applying textual practices 4 Speaking and public texts 5 Approaches to reading poetry
Part C Close Readings 6 Reading a classic novel: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte 7 Reading Macbeth:: a study of terror
About the author Margaret Miller and Robyn Colwill have extensive experience in teaching English at senior secondary levels and in the writing and development of curriculum materials and work programs. They have both been Heads of Department and members of District and State Panels.
|Product Type||Student Books,|
|Year Level||Year 12,|
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