The Garret: Leigh Hobbs

General Capabilities evident throughout the unit include LiteracyInformation and Communication Technology CapabilityCritical and Creative Thinking and Personal and Social Capability.

The content in this unit of work links to the Australian Curriculum: Year 12 (English Unit 4)

Investigate and evaluate the relationships between texts and contexts by:

Undertaking close analysis of texts (ACEEN060)

Examining how each text relates to a particularly context or contexts (ACEEN061)

Comparing the context in which texts are created and received (ACEEN062)

Evaluate different perspectives, attitudes and values represented in texts by:

Analysing content, purpose and choice of language (ACEEN063)

Analysing the use of voice and point of view such as in feature articles, reporting of current events or narration (ACEEN064)

Exploring other interpretations and aspects of context to develop a considered response (ACEEN065)

Evaluate how texts convey perspectives through:

The selection of mode, medium, genre and type of text (ACEEN066)

The selection of language features that generate empathy or controversy, for example, juxtaposition of image and text (ACEEN068)

Create a range of texts:

Using appropriate language and stylistic features to sustain personal voice and point of view (ACEEN069)

Using nuanced language (ACEEN070)

Substantiating and justifying their own responses using textual evidence (ACEEN072)

Using strategies for planning, drafting, editing and proofreading (ACEEN074)

Using accurate spelling, punctuation, syntax and metalanguage (ACEEN075)

Reflect on their own and others’ texts by:

Analysing and evaluating how different attitudes and perspectives underpin texts (ACEEN076)

Questioning the assumptions and values in texts (ACEEN077)

Identifying omissions, inclusions, emphases and marginalisations (ACEEN078)

Discussing and evaluating different readings of texts (ACEEN079)