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    The Department also provides support for remote schools through the Access Program. The Access Program Links rural and remote schools in five geographical clusters across rural NSW to provide a shared curriculum for Year 11 and 12 students. This effectively allows individual schools to offer broader and more responsive curriculum and enables rural students to complete their secondary education at their local school without having to live away from home.
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    Distance education was traditionally established for students from geographically isolated areas. It now caters for a much broader group of students. NSW Distance education is provided from pre-school to Year 12 for students aged up to 18 years when enrolling.
    The Department also provides support for remote schools through the Access Program. The Access Program Links rural and remote schools in five geographical clusters across rural NSW to provide a shared curriculum for Year 11 and 12 students. This effectively allows individual schools to offer broader and more responsive curriculum and enables rural students to complete their secondary education at their local school without having to live away from home.
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    Welcome students, support staff and caregivers to the Wiki site for Standard English 2013!
    This termTerm Two and we are completing a close study of the film, 'Slumdog Millionaire'. We will also be studying extracts of the book by Charles Dickens, 'Oliver Twist', as a related text. Those students who are studying Advanced English"Society and Technology". This term we will be completing a comparative study oflearning about the two texts.
    This term you will be revising
    language forms, features and improving your skills in analysingstructures that create meaning, the connections between texts, and evaluating texts using the appropriate Meta Language. This will be a vital skill for success at HSC level, so itway that meaning is important that you study hard and keep allshaped by the context of your resourcesthe composer and notes.
    Being able to analyse and evaluate texts will also help you to gain a greater understanding
    responder.
    The area
    of and appreciation for the books, movies, magazines, newspapers, and computer games you enjoy. Learning how these texts are constructed may help youstudy is all about technology-
    Key questions are:
    How has technology made us who we are? How have we responded
    to improve your own writing. Itchanges in technology? What do we fear? What do we hope for? What will also help increase your awareness of how techniques can position and manipulatetomorrow look like? How does the emotionsuse of the audience.
    Your other subjects will assist you
    technology change texts?
    The assessment task, due
    in studying English- for example, those of you studying CAFSweek 6, will be able to bring your understanding of different family structures to your analysis of the texts and may be able to source other related texts.
    English will also help you to do well in your other subjects by improving your ability to read closely and understand what you are reading, write
    a variety of different responses, view and understand visual texts, speak and listen.
    I am looking forward to a fun and productive year with you.
    Please see further information about the course attached.
    podcast or Vodcast.
    Ms Hasking
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    std-adv Engl.xls} {Weekly Outline StandardAdvanced ENglish Yr 11 Week 2.doc} {Weekly Outline StandardAdvanced ENglish Yr 11 Week 3.doc} {camera_shot-movemnt_jumbled.docx} {Sequence_Analysis_Worksheet.docx}
    Example Character Map
    Tasks for 14/2/13
    Characterisation
    1. View example Character map
    2. Create character map

    Week 1:
    Sci Fi, Nuclear fears and predictions
    of "Slumdog Millionaire"
    Analysis of Film
    1. Rewatch opening scene
    2. Fill in
    the first row of the Sequence Analysis Worksheet
    3. Watch a scene from the middle of the tilm
    4. Fill in the second row of the Sequence Analysis Worksheet
    This will be used as the basis of a written response so take your time
    future - Ray Bradbury's short stories.
    Week 2:
    Issues
    to do your bestwith technology; censorship, control, plagiarism, theft, advertisement.
    Week 3:
    translating ideas to different forms- Hunger Games
    and put in as muchtechnology, Rives- poem to vodcast.
    Rives "If I controlled the internet".
    Week 4:
    Assessment
    information as possible- use the correct terminology.
    Themes
    1. Identify key themes (ideas) in the film -eg: love.
    2. List what you think are the 3 most important ideas in the movie

    example podcasts
    and give examples from the film of how they are evident.vodcasts
    Criteria creation
    Week 5:
    Assessment work
    Week 6:
    Technology and imagination- steam punk

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