ESSENTIALS, DM English, DK Schooley, J Rashty, J O'Shaughnessy

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Content: the school for excellence year 12 vce the essentials final exam revision lectures 2013
the essentials r Save hundreds of hours in study time! r Revise & extend so as to maximise examination scores. r Discover the various tricks and traps that appear in the exams. r Learn how to secure every possible mark in the examinations. r Receive thorough A+ notes and detailed Reference Materials. r Gain exposure to a wide variety of potential examination questions. r Hear expert instruction and advice from official VCAA exam markers. r Don't miss out on Victoria's most trusted & comprehensive exam preparation lectures!
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Dates: Saturday 14th September ­ Sunday 6th October 2013
Venue: Melbourne & Monash Universities
TSFX - Voted Number 1 for Excellence and Quality in VCE Programs
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THE ULTIMATE PREPARATION TOOL FOR THE FINAL VCE EXAMINATIONS Our "Essentials - Final Exam Revision Lectures" have been strategically scheduled to enable critical revision and consolidation of course materials and decrease study commitments in the lead up to the final VCE examinations. These powerful programs are the result of more than 20 years of collaborative effort and expertise from hundreds of teachers and schools across the state, ensuring the highest possible quality resources and instruction for VCE students. Each subject lecture offers students detailed and comprehensive coverage of examinable materials as well as significantly more examination hints, tricks and instruction than that offered by any other program provider. To ensure that students are afforded every possible advantage in their examinations, our "Essentials Final Exam Revision Lectures" are being prepared and delivered by qualified, currently practising VCE teachers and official VCAA exam markers (not university students) who possess the knowledge and experience to demonstrate the means by which students can achieve the higher subject scores. Important Note: As the volume of material that needs to be committed to memory for the final VCE exams is substantial, it will not be possible to review examinable materials to examination standard across a 2 ­ 4 hour lecture. For this reason, students attending our "Essentials - Final Exam Revision Lectures" will receive between 7 and 17 hours of expert advice and instruction in each VCE subject.
10 POWERFUL REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND n YOU WILL derive immeasurable benefit from the advice, experience, insight and perspectives from select teachers from top ranking schools across Victoria. Teachers and past students consistently rate the programs and materials developed by TSFX Number One for Excellence and Quality. n YOU WILL significantly cut down on study time. You will cover at least 5 times more theory and absorb 5 times as much information in our lectures than if you were to work through the materials on your own! n YOU WILL eliminate the need to waste valuable study time preparing notes. Each student will receive a detailed and comprehensive set of A+ notes that include an abundance of WORKED EXAMPLEs, step-by-step instructions, exam watch-outs, as well as a large collection of examination style questions to work through at home. As our teachers examine and analyse the major text books used by Victorian schools, our course materials also provide students with the added benefit and wisdom of the major resources used across the state, without having to read every textbook or resource available in Victoria. Note: To date, NO OTHER education service provider has been able to match the quality and depth of materials that are issued to students who attend TSFX programs. n YOU WILL receive intense revision and consolidation of examinable materials in a simple step-by-step manner. n YOU WILL receive the latest information and advice regarding VCAA assessor (exam marker) expectations, as well as hundreds of examination style questions that have been tailored for this year's exams! n YOU WILL ensure that you have covered and mastered highly probable examination questions. Our teachers analyse examination trends so that students can optimally prepare for their exams! nYOU WILL learn to interpret and solve the difficult analytical/problemsolving questions and master concepts that students find difficult and that have been poorly addressed in past exams. nYOU WILL receive intense instruction regarding examination strategies, marking schemes, common exam tricks and student errors, as well as proven strategies that will optimise examination scores. nYOU WILL develop skills that will help you manage your time more effectively and complete tests and exam papers within the specified time. nYOU WILL markedly improve examination performance and gain a distinct advantage over your subject peers!
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TIMETABLE - The University of Melbourne (Parkville Campus)
Sat 14 Sep 2013 9.00am - 5.00pm Unit 3 Chemistry (Session 1) Unit 3 Maths Methods (Session 1)
Sun 15 Sep 2013 9.00am - 5.00pm Unit 4 Chemistry (Session 1) Unit 4 Maths Methods (Session 1)
Sat 21 Sep 2013 9.00am - 5.00pm Unit 3 Biology (Session 1) Unit 3 Chemistry (Session 2) Unit 3 Maths Methods (Session 2)
Sun 22 Sep 2013 9.00am - 5.00pm Unit 4 Biology (Session 1) Unit 4 Chemistry (Session 2) Unit 4 Maths Methods (Session 2)
Mon 23 Sep 2013 9.00am - 5.00pm Unit 3 Specialist Maths (Session 1) 9.00am - 4.30pm Unit 3 Further Maths (Session 1)
Tue 24 Sep 2013 9.00am - 5.00pm Unit 4 Specialist Maths (Session 1) 9.00am - 6.00pm Unit 4 Further Maths (Session 1)
Wed 25 Sep 2013 9.00am - 5.00pm Unit 3 Biology (Session 2) 9.00am - 4.30pm Unit 3 Physics (Session 1)
Thur 26 Sep 2013 9.00am - 5.00pm Unit 4 Biology (Session 2) Unit 3 & 4 Bus Man (Session 1) 9.00am - 6.00pm Unit 4 Physics (Session 1)
Fri 27 Sep 2013 9.00am - 5.00pm Unit 3 & 4 Accounting (Session 1) Unit 3 & 4 Legal Studies (Session 1)
Sat 28 Sep 2013 9.00am - 12.30pm Advanced English Essay Writing (Session 1)
Sun 29 Sep 2013 9.00am - 5.00pm English & EAL Lectures (See Page 3 for Details)
Mon 30 Sep 2013 9.00am - 5.00pm English & EAL Lectures (See Page 3 for Details)
Repeat sessions of a particular subject are IDENTICAL. For example, the Session 1 - Unit 3 Biology lecture on Sat 21 Sep 2013 (Melbourne Uni) is identical to the Session 2 Unit 3 Biology lecture on Tue 1 Oct 2013 (Monash Uni). Each subject lecture incorporates a one hour lunch break, as well as short breaks throughout the day.
ACCOUNTING The Accounting lectures will present the essential knowledge and skills required to achieve outstanding success in the end of year examination. All aspects relating to Unit 3 and 4 will be addressed in detail with strong emphasis being placed on the challenging topics of Budgeting and Analysis and Interpretation. Students will also have the opportunity to work through a significant number of exam questions during these lectures. Teachers: Mr Alan McAlister, B.Eco., Dip.Ed. (Mazenod College). Mr Simon Phelan, B. Bus, B. Ed, Post-Grad. Dip. Ed. (Rosehill Secondary College). BIOLOGY The Biology lectures will provide students with a detailed coverage of the Unit 3 and 4 course. Emphasis will be placed on examination tricks and traps, answering analytical/application style questions as well as the more difficult components of the course. Past exam questions will be discussed with sample answers provided. Teachers: Ms Juliet Anstee, B. Sc.,(Hons), Dip. Ed. (Firbank Grammar School). Mr Ian MacDonnell, B. Sc.,(Hons), Dip. Ed. (University High School). Ms Veronica Parsons, B. Ed. Sci., (St. Leonard's College). BUSINESS MANAGEMENT This program will deliver a comprehensive coverage of Units 3 and 4 including: The operation of Large Scale Organisations, current issues confronting Australian organisations, pressures that impact on organisations and how they adopt different approaches towards achieving efficient and effective operations. A specific focus will be given to Operations Management and human resource Management and how these areas use their internal structures to achieve success; as measured by appropriate performance standards. Teachers: Mr Alan McAlister, B.Eco., Dip.Ed. (Mazenod College). Mr Chris Segrave, B.Comm., Grad.Dip.Ed. (Ballarat Clarendon College). CHEMISTRY These sessions will provide students with detailed instruction in all of the examinable components comprising Units 3 & 4. Emphasis will be placed on examination skills, tricks and traps, answering analytical/application style questions as well as the more difficult components of the course. Past exam questions will be discussed with sample answers provided. Teachers: Ms Irena Jaskula, Dip.App.Biol., B.Sc. (Hons)., Dip.Ed., M.Sc. (TSFX). Ms Sarah Peng, B.Ed., B.Sc. (Koonung Secondary College, Mont Albert). ECONOMICS The Economic lectures will provide students with a comprehensive overview of Units 3 and 4, focusing on the operation of the Australian economy from both a microeconomic and macroeconomic perspective, the government's five macroeconomic goals, an understanding of the role that each goal plays in improving living standards in the Australian economy and the nature, operation and evaluation of demand management and supply side policies. Current economic issues related to the course will be highlighted. Head Teacher: Ms Kaye Young, B.Ec., Grad. Dip.Ed. (The Peninsula School).
ENGLISH & EAL
Part 1 - Analysis of Language Use Lecture: You will develop your ability to understand and present your analysis about how points of view are presented in both written and visual texts. Building on your existing language analysis knowledge, this session will reinforce how to write a response that is controlled and employs language that is specific to the assessment criteria. Part 2 - Exam Text Response Lecture: This powerful lecture will build your confidence in writing structured, developed and coherent arguments that use detailed analysis of the key elements of text. You will be shown how to add "flair" to your writing and how to effectively use evidence from a text. Part 3 - Context Lectures: During these lectures, we will explore key passages from the text list and analyse the critical ideas and arguments connected to your context. You will be shown how to interpret a prompt, engage your intended audience and use a text as a basis for writing pieces using expository, persuasive, imaginative and hybrid styles. Individual Text Lectures: Each session will explore the context, themes, plots, characters, settings and language style of each individual text. You will also be shown how to use specific evidence from the text in your response, and participate in a detailed examination of all key passages of the text. Note: In each of the English lectures, students will be guided through sample scenarios, essays and writing examples to gain a better understanding of what is required in order to address the exam paper to a high standard. Common errors made in past exam responses will also be discussed.
Sunday 29 September 2013
9am - 12pm 1pm - 2:30pm 3pm - 5pm
Part 1 - Analysis of Language Use Part 2 - General Exam Text Response Individual Text Analysis Lectures - Group I
Monday 30 September 2013
9am - 11am Individual Text Analysis Lectures - Group II
11.30pm - 2pm Part 3 - Context Lectures
3pm - 5pm
Individual Text Analysis Lectures - Group III
Please refer to the application form for Individual Text details.
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TIMETABLE - The University of Melbourne (Parkville Campus) - Continued
Tue 1 Oct 2013 9:00am - 5:00pm Unit 3 Chemistry (Session 3) Unit 3 Maths Methods (Session 3) Wed 2 Oct 2013 9:00am - 5:00pm Unit 4 Chemistry (Session 3) Unit 4 Maths Methods (Session 3)
Thur 3 Oct 2013 9:00am - 12.30pm Maths Methods Exam 2 Analysis (Session 1) 9am -5pm Unit 3 Psychology (Session 1) 1.30pm - 5pm Specialist Maths Exam 2 Analysis (Session 1) 1.30pm - 5pm Advanced English Essay Writing (Session 2)
Fri 4 Oct 2013 9:00am - 5:00pm Unit 4 Psychology (Session 1)
Sat 5 Oct 2013 9:00am - 12.30pm Unit 3 & 4 Health & HD (Session 1 - Part 1) Unit 3 & 4 Economics (Session 1 - Part 1) 1.30pm - 5pm Advanced English Essay Writing (Session 4) Unit 4 Literature (Session 1) Unit 3 & 4 Physical education (Session 1 - Part 1)
Sun 6 Oct 2013 9:00am - 12.30pm Unit 3 & 4 Health & HD (Session 1 - Part 2) Unit 3 & 4 Economics (Session 1 - Part 2) 1.30pm - 5pm Further Maths Exam 2 Analysis (Session 1) Unit 3 & 4 Physical Education (Session 1 - Part 2)
TIMETABLE - Monash University (Clayton Campus)
Sat 21 Sep 2013
Sun 22 Sep 2013
Tue 1 Oct 2013
9.00am - 4.30pm Unit 3 Physics (Session 2)
9.00am - 6pm Unit 4 Physics (Session 2)
9:00am - 5:00pm Unit 3 Biology (Session 3)
Wed 2 Oct 2013 9:00am - 5:00pm Unit 4 Biology (Session 3)
Fri 4 Oct 2013 9.00am - 12.30pm Advanced English Essay Writing (Session 3)
"TSFX lectures were fantastic for my VCE exam preparations. The sessions were conducted by great teachers who gave fantastic advice. The notes were clear, comprehensive and a cut above the rest! I've been to many different lectures, and honestly, TSFX has " the best VCE lecture series out there! Student ­ Camberwell Grammar " " I owe my three A+ mid year results to TSFX lectures, they are amazing! Student ­ Sacred Heart College
HEALTH & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT This lecture will include a comprehensive overview of both Units 3&4. The focus will be on the health status of Australians and developing countries. The determinants that influence health will be examined with a focus on the NHPAs. The Australian health system will be reviewed; namely, Medicare. The role of governments in promoting healthy eating will be explored. Sustainable human development and the role of organisations such as, WHO, UN and AusAID will be practically examined. Teacher: Ms Lynda Ellis, M.Ed, Grad. Dip. Ed. Admin, Grad. Dip. ESL/TESOL, B.Ed. HDTS. (Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School). LEGAL STUDIES This program will provide a thorough review of all Areas of Studies in Units 3 and 4, with an emphasis on the points of key knowledge. It will also include an analysis of the criteria on which exam questions will be set. Past exam questions will be discussed with sample answers provided. Teachers: Ms Kathy Lapsanas, B.A., Dip.Ed. (Carey Grammar School). Mr Angelos Mavridis, B.A., Dip.Ed., M.Ed., M.Ed. (TESOL) (Haileybury College). LITERATURE This lecture will offer an overview of the Literature examination tasks and criteria for assessment. The skills required to complete a passage analysis task will be discussed and sample responses will be provided. Consideration will be given to how writing on different forms of texts requires different approaches to passage analysis tasks. Time will be spent exploring effective and efficient approaches to revising texts. Teacher: Ms Katy Marriner, B.A., Dip.Ed. (St Columba's College). MATHEMATICS LECTURES Students attending our Mathematics lectures will receive a comprehensive set of notes to use as their Reference Materials in the"open book"examinations. In addition, students will receive a detailed list of the common errors made by students, prompts, exam tricks and watch-outs to ensure that valuable marks are not lost during the course of the examinations. Further Mathematics: The Unit 3 lectures offer students a highly comprehensive overview of the core components as well as detailed instruction in one Module. The Unit 4 lectures will focus on the other two Modules that will be assessed in the VCAA exams. Head Teacher: Ms Fiona Latrobe, B.App.Sci., Dip.Ed., Cert. Comp. (Ballarat Grammar School). Mathematical Methods: The Unit 3 lectures offer students a detailed coverage of higher order polynomials, modulus/composite/logarithmic/exponential functions, trigonometry, differentiation techniques and select applications in differentiation. The Unit 4 lectures will focus on probability as well as techniques and Advanced applications in differentiation and integration. Teachers: Mr Joe Ardley, B.A., B.Ed, Grad.Dip.Ed.Admin. (Caulfield Grammar School). Ms Irena Jaskula, Dip.App. Biol., B. Sc. (Hons)., Dip. Ed., M. Sc. (TSFX). Mr Mal Widdicombe, B. Sc., Ll. B, M.Ed. (Goulburn Valley Grammar School). Specialist Mathematics: These lectures offer students a complete and thorough presentation of Units 3 and 4 including: functions, relations and graphs, vectors, circular functions, complex numbers and complex number planes as well as techniques in differential calculus and integration. The Unit 4 lectures will address the advanced techniques and applications in differential calculus and integration, (including differential equations and kinematics) in addition to the topics: dynamics, statics and vector calculus. Teachers: Mr Chris Ireson, B.Ed. (Melbourne High School). Ms Janette Matt, B.Sc. (Hons)., M.Sc., Dip.Ed. (St Catherine's School). PHYSICAL EDUCATION This lecture will provide students with an overview of all Key Knowledge Areas from Units 3 and 4 incorporating the Areas of Study: Monitoring and Promotion of physical activity, Physiological Responses to Physical Activity, Planning, Implementing and Evaluating a Training Program and performance enhancement and Recovery Practices. Teacher: Mr Bruce Baddeley, B.App.Sci., Dip.Ed. (Penleigh & Essendon Grammar School). PHYSICS These sessions will provide students with intense instruction in all Areas of Study comprising Units 3 and 4. Emphasis will be placed on answering analytical/ application style questions as well as the more difficult components of the course. Past exam questions will be discussed with sample answers provided. Note:
During the course of the Unit 4 lectures, students will be divided into groups so as to obtain thorough instruction in their chosen Detailed Study. Head Teachers: Mr Geoff Davies, B.Sc.(Ed). (Melbourne Grammar School). Dr Greg Wilmoth, B.Sc. (Hons)., Ph.D., Dip.Ed., Grad.Dip. Computing (Haileybury College). PSYCHOLOGY This program will provide a thorough coverage of the materials comprising the Unit 3 and 4 VCE Psychology course. Emphasis will be placed on remembering coursework; planning for excellence, examination tricks and traps, answering analytical/application style questions as well as the more difficult components of the course. Past exam questions will be discussed with sample answers provided. Teachers: Ms Kerrie Ardley, B.Sc., Dip.Ed., M.Ed., (Melbourne Girls Grammar). Mr Anthony Coyne, B.Ed., M.Ed., Grad.Dip. Psych., Dip.HM. (St Kevin's College Toorak). DON'T MISS OUT ON THESE EXCLUSIVE BONUS LECTURES ­ AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE! FREE Mathematics Exam 2 Analysis Lectures ­ Valued at $200 The "open book" style of testing that is used to assess students in Exam 2 has resulted in more difficult questions, with greater emphasis being placed on applications that are NOT typically covered in text books and other commercially available resources. This means that students need to possess strong mathematical skills as well as significant experience in advanced applications if they are aiming for the higher scores. Our unique "Exam 2 Mathematics Analysis Lectures" offer students intense instruction in the skills and techniques that will be required to successfully address the analysis questions in the end of year mathematics examinations. Students will gain vital exposure to advanced concepts and applications that do not widely appear in texts and study manuals. They will also learn how examiners award marks and obtain a unique collection of analysis questions to further consolidate and extend on taught skills. Each "Exam 2 Mathematics Analysis Lecture" is valued at $200 and is available FREE OF CHARGE to students who enrol into 2 or more lectures, one of which must be the corresponding Unit 3 or 4 mathematics program. For example, students enrolled into a Unit 3 or 4 Maths Methods lecture as well as one other lecture (eg. Unit 3 or 4 Chemistry) are entitled to free entry into the Maths Methods "Exam 2 Analysis Lecture". Students enrolling into both a Unit 3 and 4 Maths Methods lecture are entitled to FREE entry into the Maths Methods "Exam 2 Analysis Lecture". Advanced English Essay Writing Lecture ­ Valued at $200 ­ free students aiming for the higher examination scores need to provide responses that clearly stand out from other student papers, which is a challenging task when you consider that each response is assessed by multiple assessors and that over 40,000 students sit the English examination each year! It has been repeatedly demonstrated that students who are able to skillfully shape their ideas and arguments, use language appropriate to the chosen form, audience, purpose and context, and show sophistication and flair in their writing receive higher scores. Our "Advanced Essay Writing Skills Lecture" will provide systematic, foolproof strategies that will enable students to construct sophisticated and detailed responses in the three Areas of Study. Essay scaffolds and models will be provided, simplifying the sometimes complex and bewildering task of composing an English essay. By incorporating practical steps, critical advice, exercises and examples, our "Advanced Essay Writing Skills Lecture" will boost students' confidence in English as well as examination scores! Note: This lecture is FREE OF CHARGE to students enrolling into any "Essentials - Final Exam Revision Lecture". Please refer to the Application Form for session times.
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please detach this form and return together with your payment to: The Program Coordinator, The School For Excellence, Level 1, 477 Collins Street, Melbourne, Vic, 3000. Fax: 9663 3939. ABN: 70 066 955 128
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Interpreter of Maladies ($30)
Ransom ($30)
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Year of Wonders ($30)
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DM English, DK Schooley, J Rashty, J O'Shaughnessy

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