I have recently graduated having done both. I loved it, in year 10 I was on the brink of choosing geography instead of ancient for similar reasons that you express, it just didn't sound good to do two histories. It felt too narrow. but I'm really glad I did. One thing people miss in their...
drop bio. you don't want to have 13 units and the idea that having a narrow focus of subjects is a bad thing comes from nowhere. You should do the subjects you will do well in to get a shiny atar, the specifics don't matter if you do well
You mean textbooks? I went to Fort Street (now graduated) and unless you did a language subject with a workbook you borrowed all prescribed texts from the school library...in your school fees there is still a mysterious loan fee but you're not expected to buy anything. But maybe I've...
I think it´s fine to pass this on...I did well in this first assessment task and used the 1975 film Dog Day Afternoon. Substantial conceptual links can be made to Merchant if you view the gay bank-robbing protagonist in parallel with Shylock. Both are outsiders taking out aggression on...
Or you could talk about the way an abstract concept like 'the past' is being given object-like qualities through the use of proprietary language
So 'the past' is no longer intangible and plural, its just one object that can be controlled and owned
B6s last year
English extension 1
English extension 2
thank you ATAR genius (!)
This is the St Ursula's College trial question from this year:
Evaluate how the representation of the complexities of individual and shared human experiences are illuminated in your prescribed text.
It's a little wordy but it means precisely nothing so you can really write whatever...