General capabilities evident throughout the unit include Literacy, Information and Communication Technology Capability, Critical and Creative Thinking, Personal and Social Capability, Ethical Understanding and Intercultural Understanding.
The cross-curriculum priority highlighted in this unit is Sustainability.
Content links to Australian Curriculum (Literature): Unit 4.
|Evaluate the dynamic relationship between authors, texts, audiences and contexts including:
- how literature reflects cultural change and difference (ACELR053)
- the ways in which the expectations and values of audiences shape perceptions of texts and their significance (ACELR054)
- how texts in different literary forms, mediums or traditions are the same or different (ACELR055)
- how interpretations of texts vary over time (ACELR056)
- the ways in which perspectives are conveyed through texts drawn from other times and cultures, and how these may be renewed for a contemporary Australian audience. (ACELR057)
|Evaluate and reflect on the ways in which literary texts can be interpreted including:
- how ideas, values and assumptions are conveyed (ACELR058)
- how specific literary elements and forms shape meaning and influence responses, for example, mise-en-scène, enjambment, dramatic monologue and verse drama (ACELR059)
- how medium, form, language and wordplay contribute to interpretations of texts (ACELR060)
- exploring a range of critical interpretations. (ACELR061)
|Create analytical texts:
- developing a creative, informed and sustained interpretation supported by close textual analysis (ACELR062)
- using appropriate linguistic, stylistic and critical terminology to evaluate and justify interpretations of texts (ACELR063)
- critically evaluating their own and others’ justifications, evidence and points of view (ACELR064)
- experimenting with different modes, mediums and forms. (ACELR065)
|Create imaginative texts:
- adapting medium, form, style, point of view and language (ACELR066)
- experimenting with elements of style and voice to achieve specific effects (ACELR067)
- manipulating literary conventions for different audiences and contexts (ACELR068)
- reflecting on the ways in which expectations and values of audiences shape the created text. (ACELR069)