The Garret: Too Much Lip

General Capabilities evident across the unit include Personal and social capability, Literacy, Critical and creative thinkingEthical understanding, and Intercultural understanding.

Cross-curriculum priorities include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures.

Content links to the Australian Curriculum English: Senior Secondary (Unit 2).

Compare texts in a variety of contexts, mediums and modes by:Explaining the relationship between purpose and context (ACEEN021)

Analysing the style and structure of texts including digital texts (ACEEN022)
Investigate the representation of ideas, attitudes and voices in texts including:Analysing the ways language features, text structures and stylistic choices shape points of view and influence audiences (ACEEN024)

Analysing how attitude and mood are created, for example, through the use of humour in satire and parody. (ACEEN027)
Analyse and evaluate how and why responses to texts vary through:The impact of language and structural choices on shaping own and others’ perspectives (ACEEN028)

The ways ideas, attitudes and voices are represented, for example, how events are reported differently in the media (ACEEN029)
Create a range of texts:Using imaginative, interpretive and persuasive elements for different purposes, contexts and audiences (ACEEN032)

Experimenting with text structures, language features and multimodal devices (ACEEN033)

Developing and sustaining voice, tone and style (ACEEN034)

Using strategies for planning, drafting, editing and proofreading (ACEEN036)

Using accurate spelling, punctuation, syntax and metalanguage. (ACEEN037)
Reflect on their own and others’ texts by:Analysing the values and attitudes expressed in texts (ACEEN038)

Evaluating the effectiveness of texts in representing ideas, attitudes and voices (ACEEN039)

Explaining how and why texts position readers and viewers. (ACEEN040)