Lesson Sequences

The plan is to populate this page with links to unit ideas and lesson plans which can be used in the classroom.

English

Year 7

  • The Moral at the Centre: Year 7 Selective (The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas)
  • Asian Perspectives: Year 7 Selective (persuasive and creative writing focus)
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Year 7 Selective (drama and text types focus).

Year 8

  • Migrant Experience: Year 8 Visual Literacy Unit
  • Wide Reading Unit: Years 7 and 8 mainstream (one lesson per fortnight writing, one lesson per fortnight reading).

Year 9

  • Lockie Leonard: Human Torpedo: Year 9 mainstream 
  • Walking in someone else’s shoes: Year 9 Selective (To Kill a Mockingbird)
  • Asian Perspectives: Year 9 Selective (persuasive and creative writing focus)
  • Asian Perspectives: Year 9 mainstream (persuasive and creative writing focus)
  • Romeo and Juliet: Year 9 Selective (Literature Circles and comparative writing focus).
  • Romeo and Juliet: Year 9 mainstream (narrative focus, drama, film, limited close analysis).

Year 10

  • Courage: Year 10 Creative Writing Unit
  • fREADom: Year 1o Selective (Fahrenheit 451)
  • Write On!: Year 10 Selective (short stories and creative writing)
  • Macbeth: Year 10 Selective (comparative writing focus)

Year 11

  • Growing up: Year 11 Standard English AOS (Maestro)
  • Distinctively Visual: Year 11 Standard English Module A (short stories)
  • Close study of text: Year 11 Standard English Module B (poetry – Slessor)

Year 12

  • History & Memory: Year 12, Advanced English Unit (Mod. C, Elective 2 – The Fiftieth Gate). 
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