Sample HSC Papers: Drama - Written Examination and Group.
Nathan Clough, Ph.D. is Vice President of Arms and Armor and a member of the governing board of The Oakeshott Institute. He is a historical martial artist and a former university professor of cultural geography. He has given presentations on historical arms at events including Longpoint and Combatcon, and presented scholarly papers at, among others, The International Congress on Medieval Studies.
Alan Bird Head. Alan has been the Head at CLS since January 2018, having joined us from Brighton College where he was Deputy Head. Alan holds an MA in Economics (First Class) from the University of Cambridge and an MSc (with distinction) in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science where he was an Economic and Social Research Council scholar.
Morag, has taught Drama and Applied Theatre across a range of settings in Australia, the United Kingdom and Sweden. She began her career as a secondary school Drama teacher and lecturer in Drama Teacher Training in Australia and was also involved in curriculum development with the Board of senior Secondary School studies in Queensland before arriving to take up a lecturing post in post.
Studies in documentary, experimental and short films add to the breadth of the learning experience. Production work is a crucial part of this specification and is integral to learners' study of film. Studying a diverse range of films from several different contexts is designed to give learners the opportunity to apply their knowledge and understanding of how films are constructed to their own.
In Australia he was also President of the Australasian Drama Studies Association (the tertiary association of drama teachers), and member of the Board of Studies of the National Institute of Dramatic Art. Prior to leaving for Australia he spent ten years teaching in London at what is now Roehampton University. He has co-organised conferences for the International Federation of Theatre Research.
The Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards NSW (BOSTES) was established on 1 January 2014 following the passage of the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards Act 2013 (the BOSTES Act). As well as establishing BOSTES, the Act made requisite changes to the Education Act 1990 and the Institute of Teachers Act 2004 (renamed.
Master of Studies in Creative Writing. 1. Every candidate must follow for at least six terms a part-time course of instruction in Creative Writing. 2. The course will consist of lectures, seminars, workshops, individual tutorials, and a placement. 3. The examination will consist of the following parts: (a) Two assignments selected from two of the genres listed in the schedule below.