HSC English Advanced tutoring - Year 12

HSC English Advanced tutoring at Dux College covers the new HSC English syllabus, including Text and Human Experiences, Textual Conversations, Critical Study of Literature, and The Craft of Writing. Students receive practical and actionable advice on how to craft their essays suited to the module and rubric requirements in order to get a band 6 result. Our English tutoring program is tailored to your specific prescribed texts studied at school. We do not mix students doing different prescribed texts into the same class.

This course is a continuation of our Year 11 English Advanced tutoring program.

Year 12 English Tutoring Course Overview

Our HSC English tutoring program equips students with the analysis and writing skills needed to achieve a band 6 in HSC English Advanced. Focus areas include:

  • Text-specific analysis centered around the rubric (each text has important particular analyses that HSC markers look for in awarding marks)
  • Proper essay structure – specific to each module
  • Speech writing, creative writing and other formats commonly featured in HSC English exams

Each module is covered over an entire term, from the very beginning (no assumed knowledge) to the point where students are ready for the Paper 2 essay question (HSC ready). We run classes for multiple texts each term and many of our students choose to study more than one text in parallel per term.

This course is ideal for:

  • Students who are intending to or are doing HSC English Advanced
  • HSC English students wanting a strong foundation and improve understanding of their prescribed texts
  • Master their writing skills specific to each English Module
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2 hour weekly lessons + 1 hour weekly Workshop Tutorial

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Tutoring course materials (concept explanations, summaries, study notes, example questions, worked solutions and exam-style homework) are provided each week in the form of a theory and homework booklet

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Tutoring homework is expected to be completed and will be fully marked each week, with comments detailing every point of improvement

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Free ongoing Workshop Tutorial support

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Free online homework help

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Topic Tests administered at the end of each major topic, with marks and vital statistics reported in the End of Term report

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Online access to our repository of English resources, exam papers with solutions and course summaries

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Essay / Assignment marking service is available to enrolled English students at a discounted rate

Course structure

2 hour Lesson

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1 hour Workshop

Per week

Class Times

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Class Times

Parramatta

Texts and Human Experiences prescribed texts start on 24/11/18

Lessons

Saturdays 11:00am – 1:00pm (Merchant of Venice)

Saturdays 2:00pm – 4:00pm (Nineteen Eighty-Four)

Saturdays 2:00pm – 4:00pm (Go Back to Where You Came From)

Saturdays 4:00pm – 6:00pm (The Crucible)

Sundays 9:00am – 11:00am (Nineteen Eighty-Four)

Sundays 4:00pm – 6:00pm (Merchant of Venice)

Other texts (by appointment)

Workshop Tutorials

Saturdays 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Sundays 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Bondi Junction

Lessons

One – on – one only

Topics Scheduled

Throughout each term, we will be running classes for multiple texts from multiple modules – check our timetable for classes running for the current term. If you have a specific text you need covered, it’s a good idea to complete the online contact form to express your interest before the end of the current term, so we may offer your text in the following term. If you need specific help in a module not listed in addition to following our year 12 English tutoring program, we may be able to organise some supplementary English 1 on 1 tutoring assistance for enrolled students.

Below is a representation of the modules we run in a particular term, but specifics each year depend on student preferences.

Substitution for 1 on 1: a small number of texts are not commonly chosen by NSW schools and as a result, we may not be able to run classes for these texts. Instead of leaving you in a lurch, we may provide 1 hour weekly one on one in these situations to replace the usual classes.

Term 4

October – December

W1 – Texts and Human Experiences

W2 – Texts and Human Experiences

W3 – Texts and Human Experiences

W4 – Texts and Human Experiences

W5 – Texts and Human Experiences

W6 – Texts and Human Experiences

W7 – Texts and Human Experiences

W8 – Texts and Human Experiences

W9 – Texts and Human Experiences

W10 – Texts and Human Experiences

Term 1

January – March

W1 – Textual Conversations

W2 – Textual Conversations

W3 – Textual Conversations

W4 – Textual Conversations

W5 – Textual Conversations

W6 – Textual Conversations

W7 – Textual Conversations

W8 – Textual Conversations

W9 – Textual Conversations

W10 – Textual Conversations

W11 – Textual Conversations

Term 2

April – June

W1 – Critical Study of Literature

W2 – Critical Study of Literature

W3 – Critical Study of Literature

W4 – Critical Study of Literature

W5 – Critical Study of Literature

W6 – Critical Study of Literature

W7 – Critical Study of Literature

W8 – Critical Study of Literature

W9 – Critical Study of Literature

W10 – Critical Study of Literature

W11 – Critical Study of Literature

Term 3

July – September

W1 – The Craft of Writing

W2 – The Craft of Writing

W3 – The Craft of Writing

W4 – The Craft of Writing

W5 – The Craft of Writing

W6 – HSC Exam Preparation

W7 – HSC Exam Preparation

W8 – HSC Exam Preparation

W9 – HSC Exam Preparation

W10 – HSC Exam Preparation

W11 – HSC Exam Preparation

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