Put your best foot forward this year and make the most of your summer reading of your texts!
I actually have to explain how to use a paper dictionary to about half of my students, so why not put it in a video?
I hope that was helpful!
Here’s a short video about some general tips for Term 3.
Hope you found that helpful!
You’ve put in work and effort and you didn’t deserve the terrible mark you got. Continue reading “So you didn’t do well in your SAC?”
Finding a good tutor can be a bit of gamble: a good ATAR doesn’t automatically translate into a good tutor, going to a ‘good’ school also guarantees very little. So what can you do as a student/parent? Continue reading “How to find a good tutor”
For most students, the start of the new school year is usually a mix of excitement and dread: excited at the prospect of spending time with classmates again, dread at the upcoming early mornings, homework, tests and all the studying. Continue reading “It’s a new school year!”
Note: This post is one of a series of scheduled posts while I’m away for a few weeks.
Some students get a little confused when authors use multiple persuasive techniques/devices at once. Where do you start? Which one do you talk about first? Below is an example: Continue reading “When authors use multiple persuasive techniques at once”
It’s getting to that time of year when just about every high school student I know is finding school terribly hard. It’s hard to find the motivation to do your homework or read your books or even get up for school when it seems like you’ve been doing the same thing for the whole, friggin’, year. Continue reading “Some encouragement”