1. Intensive Theory Classes
Our 9 x 1.5 hour intensive theory classes each term are designed to teach you all the content you need to excel in each module.
These classes are designed to teach you relevant theory and exam technique in intensive 1.5 hour sessions, saving you time from overly long tutoring sessions whilst providing you all the highly important information.
2. State Ranking Course Materials
Our material is co-authored by multiple state-rankers and will equip you with complete understanding of how to excel in this text. Learn exactly what you need to craft a top scoring essay and save time trying to find your own quotes to argue a specific theme or idea.
**This resource is sold individually for $199, but is complimentary for all individuals who enrol in a term at Concept.
3. 1:1's and Essay Marking
Receive personalised guidance on your year 12 internal HSC assessments by booking in 1:1's and submitting your essays in advance. Essay marking at Concept is extremely in depth, providing you with line by line comments and edits directly on your work.
* Essay marking and 1:1's must be booked in addition to a class enrolment.
"In a world where everything is an internet search away – the value in tutoring comes from teaching the student to believe in their own ideas and support them, something valuable not only in HSC English but a skill that is valuable for the rest of their lives." - Morgan
State-ranked 5th in NSW English Extension I (50/50)
97/100 for English Advanced in 2019
She has personally studied: 1984, King Henry IV, and Keats/Bright Star, and Worlds of Upheaval
Current Medicine student
As a highly experienced tutor, having taught over 80 students, Morgan is our 1984 specialist class teacher.
Morgan has over 6 years of tutoring experience, starting with primary school students when she was in year 8 and now having taught over 50 HSC English students. This has allowed her to gain an immense appreciation for teaching and allowed her to understand many different learning styles.
In-depth breakdown of common module rubric, and an introduction into Orwell's text and purpose.
In-depth overview of context, thematic overviews of key themes, and how you can apply this into your essay.
In-depth breakdown of key themes and essay arguments, including the frameworks for 20/20 essays.
Further breakdown of key themes and essay arguments, looking at in-depth textual analysis.
Continued breakdown of key themes and workshopping through the text with textual analysis.
Applying the knowledge of themes into an essay format, and how to approach multimedia assignments.
Workshopping through exam and assessment questions for students' term 1 assessments, and breaking down full mark and state rank sample essays.
How to approach essay questions and exam technique, including how to adapt a generic essay to exam questions.
How to approach paper 1 including the comprehension section and in-class practice, along with further 1984 question practice.
* Term enrolment includes a class and course materials. For 1:1's and essay marking, please enquire below.