In what may be Dickens's best novel, humble, orphaned Pip is apprenticed to the dirty work of the forge but dares to dream of becoming a gentleman — and one day, under sudden and. The Brothers Karamazov is a passionate philosophical novel set in 19th century Russia, that enters deeply into the ethical debates of God, free will, and morality.
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It was first serialised in parts in the American journal The Little Review from March to December and then publi. I require so much! The earliest extant poem in a modern European language, "Beowulf" is an epic that reflects a feudal, newly Christian world of heroes and monsters, blood, victory, and death.
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Click here. Don't have account? Create account. Sign Up Username. Remember me. Forgot Password? Click Here. First Name. Family Name. Confirm Password. Pride and Prejudice Romantic classical novel by Jane Austen that was published in for the first time. The Metamorphosis With this startling, bizarre, yet surprisingly funny first opening, Kafka begins his masterpiece, The Metamorphosis.
The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde's madcap farce about mistaken identities, secret engagements, and lovers entanglements still delights readers more than a century after its publication and premiere performance. Top on Library. Seeing Frankenstein and Blade Runner through different eyes Mel Dixon traces the motif of eyes through both texts and shows how a close reading lends itself to a contextual comparison.
Great Expectations and the language of Belonging Julie Wilson shows how close study of the language of Dickens enhances our understanding of Belonging in the text. Challenging your students through film: a unit for stage 5 Dianne Bond uses TropFest, Hollywood and Bollywood films to teach Stage 5 students film appreciation. Teaching is a team sport Carl Heise from Wagga Wagga describes his experience of teaching young people to become English teachers at Charles Sturt University and offers some advice.
The Language of the Graphic Novel Rogan Jacobsen offers a worksheet listing many useful terms for studying the graphic novel. Cooperative Learning and Thinking Tools Rita Van Haaren gives a brief overview of the rationale for using thinking tools to develop cooperative learning and then offers some practical examples of what to use and how to use it. Environmental fears in Science fiction Angela Rose looks at science fiction texts including games to show how they reveal attitudes to environment.
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Music Videos - multimodal texts to engage and inspire Kerri-jane Burke shows how the music video lends itself to the literature classroom. The literary voice Heather Stafford defines the literary concept of Voice and offers a close reading of voice in The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender. Artistic Wrecking ball or loving translation?
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Idealism in literature: A conceptual unit of work for year 11 students Saurabh Bhattacharya designs a unit on idealism using the poetry of Kahlil Gibran, Rabindranath Tagore and Wordsworth, the writing of Thoreau and the short stories of Tolstoy. Attacking Hamlet from left field: how to create an original personal response David Strange offers a close reading of Hamlet looking at symbols, heliocentrism, astronomy and paradoxes. The western as a genre study, with comparative references to Arthurian legend.
Just imagine! Ten Canoes: Representing People and landscape Derek Peat explains how story and time operate in Ten Canoes to represent a special relationship between people and landscape. Unleashing creativity through art and poetry Karen Yager shares creative writing assessment ideas for Stage 4: years Teaching oral communication skills Adrian Pauley gives advice on oral presentations.
Holiday Reading suggestions Cass Pride edits these recommendations for teacher reading. Boys' Literacy This article looks at the theories around boys' literacy to examine the issues and offers a unit for Year 11 which puts these into practice. Constructions of Race in online games Helen Young shows how online games perpetuate stereotypes of race.
Old texts, New tricks Sharon Jones and Alex Wharton share some tried and true lesson ideas for the classroom.
Accreditation at the Highly Accomplished Level Danielle Vandenberg shares her experience of the accreditation process. Writing for Publication Kerri-Jane Burke provides practical advice to inspire English teachers to publish their work. Related texts for area of study: Discovery This regular column is focusing on related texts for the Area of Study: Discovery. Welcome to Teaching the HSC! All that useless? Connecting with the world of texts An argument for English teachers using both high and popular culture texts to develop students' capacity for understanding more deeply.
James' 'The Skull beneath the Skin'. This article explores the idea of the novel being a melodrama without a character.
Hamlet and the discourse of reason This article examines how the deconstruction of the discourse of reason is a key factor in Hamlet's 'madness'. Worldspace in 'Frankenstein' and'Blade runner'. This article compares these texts tracing the line from romanticism to artificiality. Genre: Life writing An examination of some of the issues surrounding life writing as a genre.