Crafting A+ English Essay Responses
Take your essay writing skills to the next level in this FREE & exclusive lecture.
Learn higher level analytical strategies & boost your VCE English SAC & exam marks.
Regardless of how well you perform in your other studies, your two best English units will be used to determine a large part of your ATAR. Students should therefore be giving this all-important subject as much attention as possible if they’re aiming for the highest possible ATAR result.
Students aiming for the higher marks need to provide responses that clearly stand out and above other students’ essays, which is a challenging task when you consider that each response is marked by multiple assessors, and that over 40,000 students sit the English examination each year!
It’s been repeatedly shown that the students who can skillfully shape their ideas and arguments, use language appropriate to the chosen audience, context, form and purpose, and show sophistication and flair in their writing will receive the higher English marks. This requires high level analytical thinking and writing, and both of these skills are essential to all aspects of VCE English.
Our ‘Crafting A+ English Essay Responses’ lecture will provide systematic, foolproof strategies that will enable you to develop and hone strategies to think beyond the obvious, and develop well crafted, articulate analytic arguments. Detailed examples of paragraphs and essays that demonstrate the differences between A and B grade responses will be investigated, and you will leave this lecture with clear strategies that will greatly improve your English essay marks.
Valued at $200, this lecture is FREE and exclusive for students attending our Unit 1 and/or Unit 3 Summer School – Head Start Lectures.
Course Length: 4 Hours (2 x 2 Hour Lectures)
Course Fees: FREE without the notes (Fee for Notes is $15) About the Notes
Delivery Method: Part 1: In Person (Face-to-Face)
Delivery Method: Part 2: Live Stream
Lecture Dates: Part 1: Saturday 14 January 2023 (3:30pm to 5:30pm)
Lecture Dates: Part 2: Friday 20 January 2023 (9am to 11am)
Vacancies are strictly limited.
Don’t miss out!