We are Australians - English in citizenship, community and cultural identity: Narrative Writing
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Description of task
Students draft and edit a narrative that has as its focus an image of the word 'Aussie' written on the beach in seaweed.
During the study of this module students have had the opportunity to engage with and critique a range of texts that explore through the imaginative use of language the diversity of cultures, peoples and perspectives that contribute to Australian communities. Through writing about these issues students have developed their abilities to use language expressively and imaginatively.
H1.4 produces a range of texts that demonstrate knowledge, understanding and skills gained in conveying meaning through language and other techniques
H2.3 demonstrates skills in using the language conventions of a variety of textual forms, including literary texts, informative texts and texts for vocational contexts
H3.1 recognises a range of purposes for and contexts in which language is used and selects appropriate text forms, vocabulary, style and tone when writing and speaking for those purposes
H3.2 recognises a range of audiences and selects appropriate text forms, vocabulary, style and tone when writing and speaking for those audiences.
Criteria for assessment
Students will be assessed on their ability to:
- explore ideas about Australian identity imaginatively and effectively and incorporate the image into a narrative
- develop ideas coherently and appropriately to the narrative form
- express ideas clearly, demonstrating effective control of language.
The following scheme for marking shows one approach to assigning a value to a student's work.
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