Hi everyone, well done in class today!

The PREP for this weekend is as follows:

Please aim to complete this before class on Monday.

EDMOB out.


Welcome to Year 12! I’m excited for the year ahead and I hope you are too.

The PREP is as follows;

  • Organise your folder [by Friday 30th]
    • Have six sections with loose-leaf and plastic pockets in each section.
  • Pre-read pages 163-167 in textbook [by Friday 30th]
    • Take notes in AOS3 section of folder using sub-headings.
  • Ensure that you’ve completed and handed in holiday PREP

*EDIT* [Friday 30th Jan]

There will be more PREP added to this post tomorrow, so keep your eyes peeled.

EDMOB out.

How to Write a Good English Essay

Interesting Literature

How do you write a good English Literature essay? Although to an extent this depends on the particular subject you’re writing about, and on the nature of the question your essay is attempting to answer, there are a few general guidelines for writing a strong English essay – just as there are a few guidelines for writing well in any field. We at Interesting Literature call them ‘guidelines’ because we hesitate to use the word ‘rules’, which seems too programmatic. And as the writing habits of successful authors demonstrate, there is no one way to become a good writer – of essays, novels, poems, or whatever it is you’re setting out to write. The French writer Colette liked to begin her writing day by picking the fleas off her cat. Edith Sitwell, by all accounts, liked to lie in an open coffin before she began her day’s writing. Friedrich von Schiller…

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