Cambridge Checkpoints VCE English 2005 by Dianne Anderson, Ian Anderson


Cambridge Checkpoints VCE English 2005 by Dianne Anderson, Ian Anderson

Checkpoints VCE English, 2005 provides senior students with a variety of approaches to successfully undertake the VCE English course of study, both at the Year 11 and 12 levels. Features of this edition include: * practice examinations in Part 1 and Part 2 formats, updated to reflect 2005 Year 12 English texts; * complete course coverage for the VCE English course in 2004, suited to Year 11 and Year 12 levels of study; * cross-references to Year 11 and Year 12 outcomes, and designed to be used in conjunction with the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority English Study Design. Checkpoints VCE English, 2005 is designed to be an authoritative handbook for senior levels of English study and as the most up-to-date book available on VCE English, it will help students maximise their achievements.

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192 pages


Dianne Anderson, Ian Anderson
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29th October 2004



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