In this resource megaguide, we’ve listed a whole heap of resources you might find useful in your VCE English Units 1&2 studies. 💯
If you’re keen to subscribe to our regular VCE newsletter and stay on top of all of our VCE resources, your best bet is to make an ATAR Notes account:
VCE ENGLISH UNITS 1&2 RESOURCES | NOTES
A great place to start for VCE study is our range of free notes! Generously uploaded by those who have come before you, these notes are by students, for students.
For English 1&2 notes specifically, go here. Note that you will need to be logged in to your ATAR Notes account to download the notes – otherwise you’ll just be met with a blank screen!
When the time comes, it would be amazing if you could upload your own notes, too – even through the year!
VCE ENGLISH UNITS 1&2 RESOURCES | LECTURE SLIDES
Also uploaded to our free notes section are all of our VCE English 1&2 lecture slides from previous free lectures. These lectures are specifically designed to not only provide an overview of the course material, but also give tips and tricks from a recent graduate high-achiever.
To download the English Units 1&2 lecture slides, go here (and remember, you need to be logged in!).
VCE ENGLISH UNITS 1&2 RESOURCES | Q&A
We have a dedicated section on the ATAR Notes Forums for VCE English discussion (both Units 1&2 and Units 3&4), where you can get help for any content or questions you’re struggling with. Free help from current and past students – we really recommend using this as much as you can!
Join the community, get involved, and see your marks improve. 📈 The forum also has a heap of useful content guides and discussions (note that some are from previous study designs, or designed for Units 3&4), such as:
→ VCE English questions thread
→ Text Response and Comparing Texts prompts (2020+)
→ VCE English and EAL Textual Analysis thread
→ English resources
→ Breakdown of 2017-2020 study design
→ Heidi’s guide to surviving English
→ Heidi’s guide to improving expression and vocab
→ A quick guide to language and argument analysis
VCE ENGLISH UNITS 1&2 RESOURCES | ARTICLES
We’re always publishing new VCE articles for you to sink your teeth into. Here are some of our favourite VCE English-related articles from time gone by (note that some are from previous study designs, or designed for Units 3&4):
→ How to read books and take notes effectively
→ How to love your English texts (not hate them)
→ From failing to 48: my VCE English journey
→ Preparing for the Year 12 VCE English exam
→ From the start of Term 3: perfecting VCE English
→ 10 words to avoid in your English essays
→ How I got a 50 raw study score in VCE English
→ VCE English exam: tips & strategies
→ VCE English: Text Response mini analyses
→ VCE English Analysing Argument
→ There are 50 days until the VCE English exam
VCE ENGLISH UNITS 1&2 RESOURCES | STUDY GUIDES
We recommend checking out our VCE study guides for a range of subjects, but particularly for English 1&2 if you’re looking for a helping hand!
Our VCE English 1-4 Complete Course Notes contain everything you need to know for your assessment tasks and exams, written from the perspective of a past high-achieving student.
With a summary of key concepts, and clear explanations of every section of the syllabus, this book focuses on clarifying your understanding of all the examinable material, so you can focus on maximising your marks.
You might also benefit from our huge range of ATAR Notes Text Guides, including: a summary and analysis of the entire text; insightful dissections of the characters, key themes, and structural features; a comprehensive quote bank; exemplary sample essays with commentary; highlighted vocabulary words; and other valuable advice from a former student.
VCE ENGLISH UNITS 1&2 RESOURCES | TUTORING
Learn from ATAR experts as part of our VCE tutoring program, TuteSmart – the best online VCE tutoring.
STILL WANT MORE VCE ENGLISH UNITS 1&2 RESOURCES?
We hear you! We’ll be offering heaps of new (and varied – very exciting!) VCE English resources, and we’d love for you to be the first to know. If you haven’t already, the first step is simply to make an ATAR Notes account. 😍
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