Y11 Prelim HSC English - Mastering Essay Writing Skills
Struggle with writing sophisticated essays for English? In this Prelim HSC Kickstarter Holiday Workshop, we’re going to help you master Essay Writing for the new HSC English Syllabus! In this 2.5 hour workshop during the school holidays on Thursday 16th January and Thursday 23rd of January we’re going to help you: Write a Band 6 HSC English Essay for Year 11 Craft a compelling thesis statement Identify key ideas to explore in your essay Write a clear, succinct introduction Construct relevant, insightful analysis of your text Craft topic and linking sentences Round out your essay with a clear conclusion Why is it important to master this now? With the new HSC syllabus changing assessment types, it means memorising essays for assessments will no longer work. Instead, students need to be building up their writing skills and this takes time! So the best time to work on this is now before things count in Year 12! What’s included? 2.5-hour workshop run by an experienced HSC English teacher! Small personalised class – so you’re not one of 100 students in a big lecture room. We cap the session at 15 students maximum A resource booklet that guides you through how to craft Band 6 essays + as a BONUS you receive free attendance in Week 1 and 2 of Term 1 at Art of Smart’s weekly Y11 Prelim English classes! (valued at $200) How can I attend and what is the cost? Seats are strictly limited to 15 spots, so book your place in our class today! Investment: $99 (incl GST) for 2.5 hour workshop Date: Thursday 16th January Time: 9:30am – 12pm Location: Level 1, 252 Peats Ferry Road, Hornsby Investment: $99 (incl GST) for 2.5 hour workshop Date: Thursday 23rd January Time: 1:30 – 4pm Location: Level 1, 252 Peats Ferry Road, Hornsby Workshop Presenter: Greg is a qualified HSC English teacher who has over 20+ years of teaching experience working with Year 11 and 12 students to support them through HSC English from ESL and Standard English to English Extension 1. Greg is also a qualified Studies of Religion teacher. Greg’s extensive experience includes being Head of English at a number of schools, leading the entire schools English faculty to support students, as well as leading Year 11 and 12 HSC English classes for a number of schools. Over this time, Greg has worked with thousands of students, at all levels, and has a wealth of experience and knowledge.