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Smashing VCE: How To Study And Still Have A Life (No Planner)

$19.95 inc GST

Smashing VCE: How To Study And Still Have A Life is Ticking Mind’s refreshing new take on study skills which is designed as a resource for students and tool for teachers. The study guide takes students through the ins and outs of what study is, how to set specific study goals, and how to study effectively for each of their subjects in VCE. Written in an engaging tone, the book can be used as the basis for teaching students study skills in their form or tutorial groups sessions or to teach them study skills within specific subjects.

Smashing VCE: How To Study And Still Have A Life (With Planner)

$29.95 inc GST

Smashing VCE: How To Study And Still Have A Life is Ticking Mind’s refreshing new take on study skills which is designed as a resource for students and tool for teachers. The study guide takes students through the ins and outs of what study is, how to set specific study goals, and how to study effectively for each of their subjects in VCE. Written in an engaging tone, the book can be used as the basis for teaching students study skills in their form or tutorial groups sessions or to teach them study skills within specific subjects.

The Senior English Writing Handbook (Third Edition)

$41.95 inc GST

The Senior English Writing Handbook is the most comprehensive and practical resource on the market to help students write successfully for VCE English.

This resource helps students generate ideas, structure their writing and craft their language for each area of VCE English:

  • Analytical responses to texts
  • Creative responses to texts
  • Analysing Argument
  • Persuasive writing
  • Comparing and contrasting texts
  • The EAL listening task
  • Preparing and studying for your Exam

The Student Guide To Writing Better Sentences In The English Classroom

$44.95 inc GST

The Student Guide To Writing Better Sentences In The English Classroom is Ticking Mind’s new grammar textbook for English students. Unlike conventional grammar textbooks, this guide is not divided into chapters based on different grammatical elements such as nouns or apostrophes. Instead, this textbook is divided into chapters based on these text types:

  • Writing text responses
  • Writing poetry analyses
  • Writing language analyses
  • Writing non fiction (reviews, news reports, biographies and autobiographies)
  • Writing creative pieces
  • Writing comparative pieces