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10 quotes on 'discovery' for HSC English

Aug 1, 2016
As 'Discovery' makes up the Area of Study for all HSC students studying English, here are some inspiring quotes around the topic.

Three Ways to Avoid Plagiarism

Jul 20, 2016
When you're submitting lots of assignments, it's tempting to just copy a snippet of what someone else has said and claim that as your own work. As tempting as it is to take a short-cut, this is plagiarism.

Why Star Wars Books Are Must-Reads

Dec 17, 2015
I’m a big Star Wars fan, and in the lead up to December and Episode 7, it’s a great time to talk about my favorite part of the galaxy far, far away: The books.

Three Ways To Inspire Your Children's Writing

Jun 29, 2015
With WriteOn 2015 - the creative writing competition for primary school students in NSW - announced, now seems like the perfect time to talk about how best to inspire your young children's writing.

America's New Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera

Jun 24, 2015
Juan Felipe Herrera has been announced as America's new poet laureate, and he is a fantastic choice. His poems have resonance here in Australia, especially now as we struggle with the question of what it means to be a multicultural society.

How To Develop Good Writing Skills

Jun 17, 2015
Want to learn how to be a better writer? Jack Goodman of Studiosity argues there are no short-cuts, but with an essay writing service like Writing Feedback, we can help.

Techniquely Correct: The Opposite Of Personification

Jun 1, 2015
This week we're talking about personification and, even more interestingly, the opposite of personification.

Dialogue and dinosaurs: A critical analysis of Jurassic Park

May 15, 2015
Fiach Smyth shares his critical analysis of one the scenes from Jurassic Park, and shows how you analyse dialogue in a film - something which a lot of students struggle with.

Thank you Sir Terry Pratchett

Mar 13, 2015
Today is a sad day, as it marks the passing of Sir Terry Pratchett. To call him an author is to barely scratch the surface. He wrote over 70 books, more than 40 of them in the famous Discworld series.