Frantically trying to get back up to speed with NCEA English? These websites will help!
Wide reading and themed reading assessments
Our book lists and the Golden Bay High School Wiki are good places to start. You can also go to our Facebook page or ask a librarian for suggestions right here, right now on this blog. There are plenty of reading recommendations on our website, too.
Get together with your friends to talk about what you’re reading. This will help you become really skilled at identifying and discussing themes and characters when exam time comes around.
Looking for short stories?
Start your search in our Short Story index – you’ll need your library card number and PIN. Try LitFinder for poetry.
Want something written by a New Zealander?
Other web resources
- Check out NZQA’s official NCEA subject resources.
- Go to Study It for information, contact with English teachers, and encouragement and support from other students.
- Improve your essay writing, grammar and punctuation skills.
- Take a look at BookRags and make the most of the literature study guides.
Stay tuned for more really useful resources for NCEA maths (and the rest)!