As much as I’d love to think of the English essay as being a wonderfully organic affair, which grows naturally and freely from the topic and one’s knowledge of the text, I know this isn’t the case. For most VCE analytical interpretations, you are essentially going to use the same ol’ TEEL structure that […]
It might seem strange that my first post of the year is about a cloud storage program thingy…but it is. I have been using Evernote now for 3 years. It revolutionised the way I organised myself and my information. I was able to create detailed lesson plans that remained fluid and flexible – perfect for […]
It is always nice to come across a piece of writing that supports something I’ve felt and tried to convey to you all in class. The other day, during our reading of ‘Grasping For Sacred Particles of Joy’ in The Lot I raised the notion of ‘time’ and we discussed the difficulty in thinking too much […]
These notes were taken a couple of years ago for for our session on Leunig’s Love and fear.
And so, the time has come where I must bid a fond adieu to you, the students extroadinaire of my first year at Haileybury. Words cannot express how proud I am of you. It is a grand achievement to have journeyed through 13 years of school, and arrive at this final moment with such enthusiasm […]
Hats off to Hayley for producing such inspiring notes from our class session on Leunig’s Love and fear.
Everyone needs a break. Watch this clip…