Advanced English Syllabus Year 11-12 - pdf
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English Advanced Year 11+12 Course Structure

PapersYear 11Indicative HoursYear 12Indicative Hours
Year 11 course
(120 hours)
Year 12 course
(120 hours)
1.Common Module
Reading to Write
40Common Module
Texts and Human Experiences
2.Module A
Narratives that Shape our World
40Module A
Textual Conversations
3.Module B
Critical Study of Literature
40Module B
Critical Study of Literature
4.Module C
The Craft of Writing
This module may be studied concurrently with the
common module and/or Modules A and B
ADVANCED ENGLISH Year 11 + 12 Syllabus -NSW

Text Requirements for Year 11+12 Course

TextYear 11Year 12
There are no prescribed texts for Year 11.
Students must study a range of types of texts drawn from prose fiction, drama,
poetry, nonfiction, film, media, and digital texts.
The Year 11 course requires students to support their study of texts with their
own wide reading.
Students are required to closely study four prescribed texts, one drawn from
each of the following categories:
● Shakespearean drama
● prose fiction
● poetry OR drama
The remaining text may be film, media, or nonfiction text or may be selected from
one of the categories above.
The selection of texts for Module C: The Craft of Writing may be drawn from any
types of texts and do not contribute to the required pattern of prescribed texts for
the course.
Students must study ONE related text in the common module: Texts and human
Text Requirements

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