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Analysis of the 2017 Draft Stage 6 English Specifications reveal significant issues relating to coherence, course integrity and rigour. The findings lead the authors, (4 past Chief Examiners of HSC Courses and a former Board Inspector, English) to challenge NESA to provide: evidence-based rationale for the proposed changes, abandon the word length proposal, design Syllabus aligned examinations models that do not narrow the quality, integrity and rigour of the HSC English examination.
|Place of Publication||Sydney|
|Publisher||NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA)|
|Number of pages||42|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Jun 2017|
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Janet Dutton (Speaker), Jackie Manuel (Speaker) & Don Carter (Speaker)1 Feb 2019
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