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COURSE OVERVIEW

Facilitator: Emily Bosco

Date: Saturday 18th June 2022

Time: 9:00am-3:45pm

NESA Career Stage Level: Proficient Teacher (NSW)

Standard Descriptors: 2.1.2 and 3.3.2

Priority Area: Delivery and assessment of NSW Curriculum

NESA Elective PD Hours: 5

Fee: $350 (GST inclusive)


COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course provides teachers with an approach to teaching William Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part I in the context of HSC English Advanced Module B: Critical Study of Literature. The course focuses on a variety of thinking routines, protocols, and classroom activities for teaching the play.


WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?

  • NSW Stage 6 English teachers

  • NSW Secondary English teachers preparing to teach Henry IV, Part I for Year 12 Module B: Critical Study of Literature


MODULES

MODULE 1: CRITICAL STUDY OF LITERATURE (1 HOUR)

Zoom Session: Saturday 18th June – 9:00am-10:00am

In this module, participants will:

  • Consider the Module B course descriptor – in particular the focus on students developing an informed personal understanding of the prescribed text.

  • Learn teaching strategies for unpacking the course descriptor with students.

  • Learn a variety of practical classroom activities that can be used to help students get to grips with what it means to engage in a critical study of a literary text.

MODULE 2: ESSENTIAL CONTEXT (1 HOUR)

Zoom Session: Saturday 18th June – 10:30am-11:30am

In this module, participants will:

  • Be presented with an overview of the essential context of Henry IV, Part I.

  • Learn about a variety of classroom activities suitable for encouraging student engagement with context.

MODULE 3: HISTORY AND COMEDY (1 HOUR)

Zoom Session: Saturday 18th June – 12:00pm-1:00pm

In this module, participants will:

  • Be presented with an overview of the ways Shakespeare has blended historical and comic material together and the implications of this.

  • Learn how to use a variety of thinking routines and protocols that can be used to think critically about the blending of genres in the play.

MODULE 4: MIRRORING AND TEXTUAL COHESION (1 HOUR)

Zoom Session: Saturday 18th June – 1:30pm-2:30pm

In this module, participants will:

  • Be presented with an overview of some of the different literary and dramatic devices Shakespeare has used to ensure the play is cohesive and unified in terms of language, content, and construction.

  • Learn how to use a variety of different activities, thinking routines, and protocols that can be used to encourage students to think critically about how textual cohesion is created in the play.

  • Consider the integration of a discursive writing activity designed to encourage students to think critically about mirroring and textual cohesion.

MODULE 5: DEVELOPING STUDENT CRITICAL THINKING AND COMPOSING SKILLS (1 HOUR)

Zoom Session: Saturday 18th June – 2:45pm-3:45pm

In this module, participants will:

  • Learn strategies for improving students’ engagement with, and understanding of, literary criticism about Henry IV, Part I.

  • Consider the ways a multimodal task can enrich students’ understanding of the play as a whole by allowing them to express their informed personal understanding of Henry IV, Part I in a form that is both creative and critical.


MATERIALS

The core text for this course is Henry IV, Part I Student Book by Emily Bosco and Anthony Bosco.

The eBook edition of this student book is included in the course fee.

REGISTRATION

You can register for this course by completing the form below.

Once you have submitted your form, an invoice will be sent to either your school or to you personally for payment, depending on which option you have selected. This invoice can be paid using a VISA, MasterCard, or EFT payment.

Registrations close Friday 17th June 2022.

Additional Details

  • Education Program Type: Online/Streamed, Teacher Professional Learning
  • Suitable Stages:Stage 5 (Year 9 & 10), Stage 6 (Year 11 & 12)

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