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Essential for all students perfecting their VCE Comparative skills, know exactly how to achieve A+ through the detailed instructions from comparisons, strategic structure and writing of essays, to flawless execution to fulfil the VCAA criteria.

- Learn Lisa's comparative strategy which has helped hundreds of students achieve A+ in their assessments

- Includes sample A+ essays with EVERY essay annotated and broken down on HOW and WHY students achieved A+ so you reach your goals quicker

- Different types of essay structures broken down so you understand what to do and what not to do with confidence

- Learn how to stand out from other students with unique points of comparison

List of texts (books and films) included in this ebook

This study guide is not a text-specific study guide but rather, a strategic guide on how to approach and write a killer Comparative essay. No matter which two texts you’re studying, the numerous examples throughout this study guide will enable you to use the advice and apply them to your own texts.

All current Year 12 English Comparative texts are referenced in this ebook. Referenced means the text has been used as an example or has been used in an essay.

List of texts referenced in the ebook:

1984 & Stasiland

Black Diggers & Longest Memory

Bombshells & The Penelopiad

Invictus & Ransom

I am Malala & Made in Dagenham

Photograph 51 & The Penelopiad

Reckoning & The Namesake

Stasiland & Never Let Me Go

The Crucible & Year of Wonders

Tracks & Charlie’s Country


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This study guide is not a text-specific study guide but rather, a strategic guide on how to approach and write a killer Comparative essay. No matter which two texts you’re studying, the numerous examples throughout this study guide will enable you to use the advice and apply them to your own texts.

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How To Write A Killer Comparative (eBook)

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How To Write A Killer Comparative (eBook)

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Essential for all students perfecting their VCE Comparative skills, know exactly how to achieve A+ through the detailed instructions from comparisons, strategic structure and writing of essays, to flawless execution to fulfil the VCAA criteria.

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Description

- Learn Lisa's comparative strategy which has helped hundreds of students achieve A+ in their assessments

- Includes sample A+ essays with EVERY essay annotated and broken down on HOW and WHY students achieved A+ so you reach your goals quicker

- Different types of essay structures broken down so you understand what to do and what not to do with confidence

- Learn how to stand out from other students with unique points of comparison

Contents

This study guide is not a text-specific study guide but rather, a strategic guide on how to approach and write a killer Comparative essay. No matter which two texts you’re studying, the numerous examples throughout this study guide will enable you to use the advice and apply them to your own texts.

All current Year 12 English Comparative texts are referenced in this ebook. Referenced means the text has been used as an example or has been used in an essay.

List of texts referenced in the ebook:

1984 & Stasiland

Black Diggers & Longest Memory

Bombshells & The Penelopiad

Invictus & Ransom

I am Malala & Made in Dagenham

Photograph 51 & The Penelopiad

Reckoning & The Namesake

Stasiland & Never Let Me Go

The Crucible & Year of Wonders

Tracks & Charlie’s Country


Delivery

Your ebook activation link will be emailed to you immediately after purchase.

For school distribution and bulk purchase enquiries, please contact hello@lisasstudyguides.com.

Refunds

30 day money back guarantee for all ebooks. If you'd like a refund, please contact us through hello@lisasstudyguides.com

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How To Write A Killer Comparative (eBook)

Essential for all students perfecting their VCE Comparative skills, know exactly how to achieve A+ through the detailed instructions from comparisons, strategic structure and writing of essays, to flawless execution to fulfil the VCAA criteria.

To get your free resource, fill in your details here:

Thank you! Click the button below to start your download.
Start Download
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.

Currently out of stock!

Available June 1st, 2019.

Want to try before you buy? Click here to download a free sample!

Description

- Learn Lisa's comparative strategy which has helped hundreds of students achieve A+ in their assessments

- Includes sample A+ essays with EVERY essay annotated and broken down on HOW and WHY students achieved A+ so you reach your goals quicker

- Different types of essay structures broken down so you understand what to do and what not to do with confidence

- Learn how to stand out from other students with unique points of comparison

Contents

This study guide is not a text-specific study guide but rather, a strategic guide on how to approach and write a killer Comparative essay. No matter which two texts you’re studying, the numerous examples throughout this study guide will enable you to use the advice and apply them to your own texts.

All current Year 12 English Comparative texts are referenced in this ebook. Referenced means the text has been used as an example or has been used in an essay.

List of texts referenced in the ebook:

1984 & Stasiland

Black Diggers & Longest Memory

Bombshells & The Penelopiad

Invictus & Ransom

I am Malala & Made in Dagenham

Photograph 51 & The Penelopiad

Reckoning & The Namesake

Stasiland & Never Let Me Go

The Crucible & Year of Wonders

Tracks & Charlie’s Country


Delivery

Your ebook activation link will be emailed to you immediately after purchase.

For school distribution and bulk purchase enquiries, please contact hello@lisasstudyguides.com.

Refunds

30 day money back guarantee for all ebooks. If you'd like a refund, please contact us through hello@lisasstudyguides.com

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