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Subjects Supported for VCE Tutoring.
VCE Math Foundation Maths (year 11), General Mathematics (units 1 & 2), Further Mathematics (units 3 & 4), Mathematical Methods (units 1-4) and Specialist Mathematics (units 1-4).
Commonly referred to as ‘mainstream’ English, this is the most widely chosen option and is sometimes made compulsory at the Y12 level by some schools. Students must write a Text Response essay, Comparative Text Response essay and Analysing Argument essay for their final exam (3hrs). Generally the Text Response essay is on a ‘classic’ novel – often Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, etc. Meanwhile the comparative can be between two novels, a novel and a film, a novel and a play, or other such variations. Analysing Argument requires students to read a persuasive article given to them on the day and analyse the use of language, visuals and persuasive techniques within it.
This is commonly viewed as a more intense or difficult English subject. In Units 3 and 4 students must study at least six texts. Five of the required six texts must be selected from the Text List published by the VCAA. The selection must include one novel, one poetry anthology, one play and two further texts selected from novels, plays, collections of poetry, collections of short stories or other literature. At least one of the texts selected must be Australian. Students study a sixth text for Unit 3 Area of Study 1. The text used for Unit 3 Area of Study 1 must be an adaptation (eg. film, live performance, play script, TV series) of one of the five required texts selected from the Text List published by the VCAA.
This is an in-depth study of the specific use of language conventions in English; it borrows heavily from the field of linguistics. Throughout Units 1-4, topics covered include the nature and function of language, language acquisition, English across time, English contact (its effects on other languages), formal language and informal language. Students also become familiar with the subsystems of language (syntax, semantics, morphology, phonetics, discourse, and more). The end of year exam tests this learning in three sections (2hrs).
English as an Additional Language (EAL)
EAL is designed for those students for whom English is not their first language. This subject closely follows the same study design as the main English subject (Creative Response, Text Response, Comparative Text Response, Analysing Argument, Comparative Analysing Argument, Presenting Argument). However EAL students must study one less text during the year (3 as supposed to 4), and therefore write their Creative Response on one of their Text Response or Comparative Text Response novels rather than an entirely new text.
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