Australian Curriculum Version 9.0

Language for interacting with othersUnderstand how language can have inclusive and exclusive social effects, and can empower or disempower people AC9E10LA01

Understand that language used to evaluate, implicitly or explicitly reveals an individual’s values AC9E10LA02
Text structure and organisationUnderstand how paragraph structure can be varied to create cohesion, and paragraphs and images can be integrated for different purposes AC9E10LA04
Language for expressing and developing ideasEvaluate the features of still and moving images, and the effects of those choices on representations AC9E10LA07
Literature and contextsAnalyse representations of individuals, groups and places and evaluate how they reflect their context in literary texts by First Nations Australian, and wide-ranging Australian and world authors AC9E10LE01
Engaging with and responding to literatureReflect on and extend others’ interpretations of and responses to literature AC9E10LE02

Analyse how the aesthetic qualities associated with text structures, language features, literary devices and visual features, and the context in which these texts are experienced, influence audience response AC9E10LE03
Examining literatureAnalyse how text structure, language features, literary devices and intertextual connections shape interpretations of texts AC9E10LE05

Analyse and evaluate the aesthetic qualities of texts AC9E10LE07
Creating literatureCreate and edit literary texts with a sustained ‘voice’, selecting and adapting text structures, literary devices, and language, auditory and visual features for purposes and audiences AC9E10LE08
Texts in contextAnalyse and evaluate how people, places, events and concepts are represented in texts and reflect contexts AC9E10LY01
Interacting with othersListen to spoken texts and explain the purposes and effects of text structures and language features, and use interaction skills to discuss and present an opinion about these texts AC9E10LY02
Analysing, interpreting and evaluatingAnalyse and evaluate how language features are used to implicitly or explicitly represent values, beliefs and attitudes AC9E10LY03

Integrate comprehension strategies such as visualising, predicting, connecting, summarising, monitoring, questioning and inferring to analyse and interpret complex and abstract ideas AC9E10LY05
Creating textsPlan, create, edit and publish written and multimodal texts, organising, expanding and developing ideas through experimenting with text structures, language features, literary devices and multimodal features for specific purposesand audiences in ways that may be imaginative, reflective, informative, persuasive, analytical and/or critical AC9E10LY06

Plan, create, rehearse and deliver spoken and multimodal presentations by experimenting with rhetorical devices, and the organisation and development of ideas, to engage audiences for different purposes in ways that may be imaginative, reflective, informative, persuasive, analytical and/or critical AC9E10LY07
Word knowledgeUse knowledge of the spelling system to spell words and to manipulate standard spelling for particular effects AC9E10LY08