Super-luminous supernova (SLSN) are supernovae showing extreme properties in their light-curves: high peak luminosities (more than 10 times brighter than bright SN Ia), and long durations. Several mechanisms have been proposed for SLSN, such as pair instability SN of a massive progenitor, interaction of the ejecta with a massive circumstellar shell, and the dual-shock quark nova (dsQN) model. The dual-shock quark nova model is unique in that it predicts a normal SN event will be seen about 10 days prior to the main SLSN event. The dsQN model is described here and shown that it is consistent with the light curve of the one currently known double-humped SLSN, 2006oz.