• To become a critical thinker and insightful reader, listener and viewer.
  • To create analytical, imaginative, interpretive and persuasive texts.
  • About the ways texts from English and other disciplines represent ideas and values.
  • That point of view can be used to persuade audiences.
  • That language shapes our perspectives of people, ideas and issues.
  • To use inquiry-based learning.
  • To develop and negotiate an independent inquiry focusing on either identity or sustainability.
  • Explore connections between texts (English and other disciplines)
  • Express reasoned and persuasive arguments
  • Use point of view to shape meaning and response
  • Discuss perspectives on social, national, and global issues
  • Use inquiry skills to develop and communicate learning
  • Experiment with language features and structures to create texts.
  • Wants to consolidate their knowledge, skills and understanding of English, by making connections with texts from English and other disciplines
  • Is interested in pursuing further study or a career that relies on strong English skills.

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Course Overview

You have

  • ‘A’ (or ‘B’ in consultation with teachers) in Year 10 Australian Curriculum English or a rating of CA or above in a TASC English Level 2 course is recommended.

TASC course

English Inquiry 3

May lead to

  • Further study through vocational or tertiary pathways:
    • University studies: Bachelor of Arts, International Studies, Visual Communication, Media and Communication, Journalism, Education, Social Sciences, Law, Economics and Applied Learning.
    • Vocational Education: Creative Industries, Hospitality, Tourism, Community Services, Early Childhood Education and Care, Information and Cultural Services.
  • A pathway to employment.