Pearson English VCE EAL Guide eBook

Mark Dooley

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Pearson English VCE EAL Guide eBook

By Mark Dooley
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The EAL Guide covers the new VCE English and English as an Additional Language Study Design.

It covers the following topics:

  • Tips for EAL Learners
  • Note-taking
  • Writing the comparative text response
  • Analysing and presenting argument
  • Preparing for the new Area of Study
  • Listening to Texts


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Table of contents
  • How to use
  • Getting started
  • Narratives
  • Grammar attack
  • Reading and responding to texts
  • Reading and comparing texts
  • Reading and creating texts
  • Analysing and presenting argument
  • Listening to texts
  • Glossary