Lesson breakdown
Review and Reinforcement
A review of prior week to reinforce learning and retention.and a quiz to assess their understanding of the previous week’s lesson.
10 min
Explain and Explore
Students are guided through detailed analysis of the subject material by the tutor. The aim is to break up material so that it can be manageably understood and retained by students.
30 min
Practice and Performance
A practical session where students are guided on how to answer different question types and offered feedback on their answers.
40 min
Recap and Synthesise
Students test their mastery of the concepts presented through a short quiz. Real time feedback is given to identify areas for further practice.
10 min
Term course program
Dymocks Term 1
Storytellers and Stories: In this unit students explore how and why storytelling is relevant to today’s society. Through examining a variety of short stories they examine the different ways that authors engage with their audience, how language shapes meaning, and the impact they have on readers. They also conduct a close study of a novel, considering how structure, characterisation and setting work together to explore particular themes. View the lesson plan
Dymocks Term 2
Australian Literature: Australian Culture and Representation: Students are to explore time in relation to people’s personal history and cultural world-view. They consider a variety of texts that explore elements of Australian identity with a close focus on Aboriginal voices and experiences bot before and after colonisation. Students practice writing analytically planning and structuring essay responses. View the lesson plan
Dymocks Term 3
Film and Poetry Study: Students complete a close study of film and poetic techniques and practice writing analytically about how different devices are used to shape meaning and explore ideas. Students practice writing analytically including planning and structuring essay responses. View the lesson plan
Dymocks Term 4
Youth Culture and Multiculturalism: Student will consider what multiculturalism means to them, how it affects them personally, what it means to live in a multicultural society and how it changes a community or society at large. Students are to draw on their own experiences and will examine a variety of texts that represent different aspects of youth culture. They learn to plan, structure and write a narrative. View the lesson plan

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