- Approx Cost:
- $5.00 for course materials
- Technology Requirements:
- A laptop is of benefit for this course
- Entry Recommendations:
Year 12: It is expected that students have at least 3 credits from Level 1 English Achievement Standards, alternatively they can discuss their suitability with the HOLA.
Year 13: It is expected that students have at least 10 credits from Level 2 English Achievement Standards, alternatively they can discuss their suitability with the HOLA.
- Course Outline:
“Every word a woman writes changes the story of the world, revises the official version.” Carolyn See
Tired of history? Time for some her-story? This multi-level Level 2/Level 3 course aims to introduce you to the central concepts in feminist theory and to apply these to the analyses of literary texts. We will study a selection of novels, film, short stories, song lyrics and poetry that focus on women’s lives and reflect on the presentation and positioning of females from various gendered, racial, socio-economic, and national perspectives. There will be a certain amount of flexibility in the course structure depending on your interests as we pull from a variety of both external and internal English Achievement Standards.
This course includes 3 internal and 2 external Achievement Standards.
- Where Does It Lead:
Year 13 English ENW301, ENF301, ENR301, ENR001 and ENG301/Scholarship English. For those in Year 13, University – many courses require NCEA Level 3 English as a prerequisite (refer to Careers information).
- For further information see:
- Ms Lamont