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HSC English (Common Module) Resources Thread
« on: December 16, 2019, 01:23:12 pm »
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Hey, everyone! This thread is for all your Common Module needs, wants and queries. All resources are updated for the new syllabus with Texts and Human Experiences and its respective electives.

If you would like more assistance with the study of English overall, explore all our different boards here! ;D

Asking Questions

- Need help with analysing a technique? Looking for some advice for an assessment? Still donít know what on earth an anomaly, paradox or inconsistency is? Ask your questions, big or small, in our HSC English (Common Module) Thread :D

- You can also start a new topic if you would like some personal direction or would like to request a resource to be created :)

Guides and Resources

Online Forum Resources:

- Struggling to find a related text? This stellar Compilation of Possible Related Texts is your best bet 8)

- New syllabus may equal limited practice questions but never fret! Our Common Module: Texts and Human Experiences Practice Questions thread is designed to be a space for us to collaborate, share and work on practice questions together. You may submit any responses to our HSC Marking Thread for feedback and any further assistance  :)

- Who doesnít love some more reading on top of the reading you already do in English? Head to this further reading resources thread for hidden gems in the forms of interviews, podcasts and articles.

Past Lecture Slides:

- Created by our legendary English Lecturer Emily Tyrrell in October 2019, these downloadable slides can get you head started on your Common Module study! ;)

General:

- For more amazing resources, sample essays and notes from previous cohorts, head to our FREE Notes Section here on the forum! They may just help you see the world differently ;) We would also appreciate any resources you might wish to contribute yourself to help out!
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