HSC resources to help your child
Is someone in your house preparing for the HSC? Here's some practical advice on everything from writing an essay to helping the rest of the family stay supportive (and sane) while your teen works towards their final exams.
VIDEO: Teachers talk about how parents can help their teen manage the study load and stress when they're preparing for the HSC.
How to help kids manage their stress levels before exams.
Rather than worrying about an essay for weeks, suggest to your child to read through these 10 points, get in some early preparation and have the self-belief that they can do it.
Lots of chocolate, last-minute cramming, avoiding the hard questions ... there is a better way for kids to study for their English exams.
Help create the right studying conditions for your child in the lead up to exams and know the warning signs if it's all getting too much.
Many kids find study difficult or boring, but you can help make it more rewarding by using the following ideas.
Effective research involves more than just finding any information on the topic of study.
VIDEO: Teachers talk about essay structure and how parents can help, even if they're not familiar with the topic of the essay.
Understanding why an author uses certain words or structures in their poetry can help your teenager enjoy the English subject and give greater depth to their writing and language skills.
AUDIO: Listen to Bell Shakespeare's artistic director John Bell chat with James O'Loghlin on how to avoid the homework dramas.
VIDEO: Teachers talk about how you can help your child with high school maths, even if it's not your strongest subject.
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