Sounds like you're doing great work on representing the chapter and
Wikimedia. Here're some of my thoughts.

A bit more generally: the HSC is limited to NSW only, right? It would
be nice to see it covered in Queensland or Victoria as well, but I'm
not savvy on the inner workings of the education system. I probably
won't represent ourselves that well <.<

This might go further down the line but mentioning [[Wikipedia:Five
pillars]] would work as a good intro to taking part with Wikipedia
more deeply.

Page 22/23 (the diagram of the anatomy of an article) can probably be
a good base for something to cover Wikipedia in that joint publication
with CCau.

On Sat, Nov 29, 2008 at 9:19 PM, Liam Wyatt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> Yesterday I gave a presentation to the annual NSW English Teachers'
> Association conference loosely based on the fact that Wikipedia is
> now an optional HSC text.
> You can search for the full details from the association's website
> here: http://www.englishteacher.com.au/
>
> There were about 20 teachers attending the workshop which lasted for
> an hour. Rather than trying to give a detailed discussion of how
> Wikipedia can be studied in the context of the HSC I did three
> things: a "why you need to know", an "anatomy of a page" and some
> examples of how WP can be used to start conversations in class (such
> as how to be critical of texts).
>
> You can see the PDF at the "presentations" page at meta: http://
> meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Presentations/en
> I would really like some feedback on this from a wikipedian's
> perspective - it was very well received by the teachers.
>*snip*
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