Argument analysis has been part of the VCE English/EAL study design for many, many, MANY years, in one form or another. And it will continue to be a part of the new study design! So how can we help our teens lift improve their analysis?
We know the best way to help our students prepare for the dreaded VCE English exam is to plan (and write) as many essays as possible, but what if you don't have enough prompts to give them? Well, you're in luck! Here are...
Sentence starters (or stems) can be a great way to help give our teens the momentum they need to write those comparative sentences. Here are some for you to try with your teen!
Here are some handy vocabulary for you to practice with your teen when writing those comparative essays!
If I had a penny every time students asked me which structure is better... When structuring a comparative essay, there are 2 main kinds of structures available to our teens: a Block approach or an Integrated approach.
Do you have a teen is studying Year 12 English in 2022 or 2023? Do you know what pairs of texts they're studying? The comparative essay is one of the more important pieces...
TEEL! What is this acronym your teen is so frustrated about? This is the most common acronym teachers across Victoria use to teach their students...
If you are studying Units 1 & 2 VCE English next year (aka Year 11 English), or your teen is going to, here are the changes you'll need to know!
The NEW VCE study designs have been released! Will your teen be affected by the changes?
The VCE English exam is probably one of the toughest exams out of all the VCE subject exams. Split into 3 essays, it is a HUGE 3 hours! If you have a teen who is doing VCE English 3/4 (aka Year 12 English) in 2022 or 2023, here's the breakdown of Section C of the dreaded exam.