The narrow road to the deep north
Content descriptions below link to the Australian Curriculum: Literature Unit 3.
General Capabilities evident across 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 Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia.
|Literature Unit 3
Evaluate the ways in which literary texts represent culture and identity including:
- how readers are influenced to respond to their own and others’ cultural experiences (ACELR037)
- the power of language to represent ideas, events and people in particular ways (ACELR038)
- how cultural perceptions are challenged or supported (ACELR039)
- the ways in which authors represent Australian culture, place and identity both to Australians and the wider world. (ACELR040)
|Evaluate and reflect on how representations of culture and identity vary in different texts and forms of texts including:
- the relationship between significant historical and cultural events and figures, and their representations in literary texts (ACELR041)
- the impact of the use of literary conventions and stylistic techniques (ACELR042)
|Create analytical texts:
- developing independent interpretations of texts supported by informed observation and close textual analysis (ACELR045)
- using appropriate linguistic, stylistic and critical terminology to analyse and evaluate texts (ACELR046)
- evaluating their own and others’ ideas and points of view using logic and evidence (ACELR047)
|Create imaginative texts:
- experimenting with content, form, style, language and medium (ACELR049)
- drawing on knowledge and experience of genre, literary devices and the interplay of the visual and verbal in creating new texts (ACELR050)
- reflecting on the different ways in which form, personal style, language and content engage and position the audience. (ACELR052)
Source for content descriptions above: Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).