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Student Secondary English Resources
At Qwiller, we love telling stories and we hope that if you’ve come here, you do too.
We are all about helping you to find your voice as a writer so that you can tell your stories in ways that represent your unique experience of the world. We also have resources to help you with your English classes to make your experience of school a bit easier.
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English Workbooks (Digital or Print)
Qwiller English workbooks contain information and activities about a particular concept set for study in English classrooms.
The English workbooks provide the activities for students to learn about a particular concept relevant to the study of Secondary English and develop their skills in creating an assessment task.
On Demand Workbooks
Analysing and Creating Australian Stories: a student workbook
In this workbook students will develop skills in exploring and creating Australian stories through analysis and interpretation of perspectives and voice in creative and nonfiction texts such as prose…
Analysing Characterisation, Voice and Transformation in Patrick Ness’s A Monster Calls: a student workbook
This workbook focuses on a study of A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness to develop skills in analysing and writing about how the author uses characterisation, voice and transformation…
Analysing Literary Merit of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird: a student workbook
This workbook looks at the meaning and significance of literature in our world today. Students will analyse narrative elements, such as plot, characters, themes, settings, narrative viewpoint…
Analysing Textual Integrity in Rabindranath Tagore’s The Post Office: a student workbook
This workbook focuses on the study of a play which explores another culture. Students will study the Indian play Daak Ghar – The Post Office, exploring the plot, symbolism,…
Scope & Curriculums
Our Workbooks are aligned with the:
- Australian English Curriculum and the
- NSW English Syllabus K-10 for the Australian Curriculum.
However, the units of work can still be used by teachers referring to different English curriculums. Contact Qwiller to discuss how we can adapt out units of work to suit your needs.
Creative Writing Workbooks (Digital or Print)
Qwiller creative writing workbooks contain information and activities for you to learn about a particular genre of creative writing and develop your skills in creative writing in that genre.