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English

Subjects on offer

  1. Pre-English Literary Studies

    Pre-English Literary Studies focuses on the skills and strategies of critical thinking required to interpret a range of high level texts. This course is designed for students intending to undertake the highest level of Stage 2 English Literary Studies.

  2. Pre-English

    Pre-English has an emphasis on responding to texts, creating texts, and intertextual study. Students critically and creatively engage with a variety of types of texts including novels, film, media, poetry, and drama texts.

  3. Pre-Essential English

    Pre-Essential English is designed for a range of students, including those who are seeking to meet the SACE literacy requirement, students planning to pursue a career in a range of trades or vocational pathways, and those intending to continue their study of English at Stage 2. There is an emphasis on communication, comprehension, analysis, and text creation.

  4. Pre-English as an Additional Language

    Pre-English as an Additional Language is designed to improve students’ general proficiency in the English language. There is an emphasis on communication, comprehension, analysis, and text creation.  This subject leads to Stage 2 English as an Additional Language, which has a focus on developing students’ academic literacy skills, and may also lead to other Stage 2 English subjects.

  5. English General

    Students will listen to, read, view and respond to a range of written and visual texts. Each student will meet a range of performance standards from the English Curriculum domains of Knowledge and Understanding, Analysis, Application and Communication.

  6. English Literacy

    Students will listen to, read, view and respond to a range of written and visual texts. Each student will meet a range of performance standards from the English Curriculum domains of Knowledge and Understanding, Analysis, Application and Communication.

  7. English as an Additional Language (EAL)

    Pre-English as an Additional Language is designed for students for whom English is a second language or an additional language or dialect. These students have had different experiences in English and one or more other languages. Students who study this subject come from diverse personal, educational, and cultural backgrounds.

  8. Essential English

    Students respond to and create texts in and for a range of personal, social, cultural, community, and/or workplace contexts. Students understand and interpret information, ideas, and perspectives in texts and consider ways in which language choices are used to create meaning. Students who complete this subject with a C– grade or better will meet the literacy requirement of the SACE.

  9. English

    Students analyse the interrelationship of author, text, and audience, with an emphasis on how language and stylistic features shape ideas and perspectives in a range of contexts. They consider social, cultural, economic, historical, and/or political perspectives in texts and their representation of human experience and the world.
    Students explore how the purpose of a text is achieved through application of text conventions and stylistic choices to position the audience to respond to ideas and perspectives. They have opportunities to reflect on their personal values and those of other people by responding to aesthetic and cultural aspects of texts from the contemporary world, from the past, and from Australian and other cultures.

  10. English Literary Studies

    Students focus on the skills and strategies of critical thinking needed to interpret texts. Through shared and individual study of texts, students encounter different opinions about texts, have opportunities to exchange and develop ideas, find evidence to support a personal view, learn to construct logical and convincing arguments, and consider a range of critical interpretations of texts.
    English Literary Studies focuses on ways in which literary texts represent culture and identity, and on the dynamic relationship between authors, texts, audiences, and contexts. Students develop an understanding of the power of language to represent ideas, events, and people in particular ways and of how texts challenge or support cultural perceptions.