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Teens Turning Pages is Big Sky Libraries’ online book club for young adults, hosted on the Inside a Dog website. Join, read, have your say, spread the word.
Watch this space… The Inside a Dog website is currently undergoing a revamp! You may experience issues accessing the website or the book club.
The Inside a Dog website is all about books for young people and is the home of the Inkies – book awards for young adults, voted by young adults. It is frequently updated with the hottest topics in the world of YA literature, featuring posts from authors as well as creative writing tips. Watch this space… The Inside a Dog website is currently undergoing a revamp! You may experience issues accessing the website.
Find resources and information across curriculum areas.
HSC and Senior Studies
Whether preparing notes or looking for HSC-style exams, the below resources have been curated to assist with preliminary and HSC course studies. Seeking feedback from teachers, where possible, is an important part of the study process.
Study notes, past trial papers, and other HSC resources.
The CSU Guide for HSC students has links and study resources for all major HSC subjects and courses.
Use the Research Guide to research prescribed texts and find related texts for the study of Standard English.
ADVANCED AND EXTENSION ENGLISH
Use the Research Guide to research prescribed texts and find related texts.
ENGLISH EXTENSION 2
Reflection statements and top tips.
Engaging videos particularly covering Calculus for Years 11 and 12.
Top tips and award winning essays from HSC History Extension students.
LIAC Crime Library collection of well-known criminal cases.
The SLNSW’s Legal Studies Research Guide brings together the essential resources for studying Preliminary and HSC Legal Studies.
SOCIETY AND CULTURE: PERSONAL INTEREST PROJECTS
Extracts of award winning Personal Interest Projects (PIPs) related to (Stage 6) Society and Culture studies across New South Wales.
A lot of us spend a large amount of time online. This might be to find information, connect with friends or family, or do our shopping. To ensure we can continue to use the Internet for the many benefits it offers, you might like to take the time to explore the cyber safety information, below.
An interactive website designed for young people, to raise awareness of cyberbullying.