In this lesson, I provide analysis of the HSC English Discovery rubric and the 2015 markers' feedback on the Discovery essay. The video provides advice on how to use the language of the rubric to create a thesis statement, how to structure your essay so you analyse rather than describe, and how reference in your exam essay.
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