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English: ATAR Year 12

By | Copyright Year:2017 | ISBN-13: 9780170382755

Published:04/01/2017
English: ATAR Year 12 has been developed specifically for the English ATAR Western Australia course. This title aims to develop the skills necessary for success in Year 12 ATAR English. Focused on developing students’ analytical, creative and critical skills in thinking and communication, through a broad range of texts types along with the Year 11 edition, this series provides a complete course of study. They build students’ understanding of comprehension and reading practices by encouraging them to put the core principles into practice.

Teacher support materials are available for this student book. Contact your education consultant for details.
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CONTENTS

1 Reading practices
2 Composition
3 Style
4 Genre bending
5 Short story study: ‘The Young Man who Flew Past’
6 Persuasion
7 Contexts
8 Film study: Gran Torino
9 Comparisons
10 Novel study: Jasper Jones
11 Voice
12 Point of view
13 Values
14 Drama study: No Sugar
15 Film study: The Water Diviner

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Rod Quin has a vast array of professional experience in education which has included roles such as senior curriculum officer for the Department of Education and senior education policy advisor. He is currently secretary of ETAWA.

Wendy Cody has been president of ETAWA since 2006 and is widely known throughout the English teaching community. She has taught English for 40 years and is currently Head of English at Carine Senior High School.

Hugh Rayner has been a teacher for over 30 years and has been involved in curriculum development and the writing of three textbooks. He currently teaches English at Shenton College and is Vice President of ETAWA.

FEATURES

Builds understandings of comprehension and reading practices

Explores the ways in which authors use characterisation, description and imagery, voice, tone, mood and structure to create meaning using extracts from classics and contemporary texts

Detailed text studies of film, novels, short stories and plays

Features long and short extracts from novels and short stories for text analysis and interpretation with annotated sample responses

Promotes discussion of genre, pairings of representations, transforming and adapting texts and the changing nature of responses to texts

Assists in fostering skills of analysis, creativity and interpretation through regular activities suitable for home and class work.

$52.68

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English: ATAR Year 11 has been developed specifically for the English ATAR Western Australia course. This title aims to develop the skills necessary for success in Year 11 ATAR English. Focused on developing students’ analytical, creative and critical skills in thinking and communication, through a broad range of texts types along with the Year 12 edition, this series provides a complete course of study. They build students’ understanding of comprehension and reading practices by encouraging them to put the core principles into practice. Teacher support materials are available for this student book. Contact your education consultant for details.
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$52.68 Available