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NSW Syllabuses

English Life Skills Stage 6 - Life Skills - Objective C Outcome 9

Outcome

A student:

  • ENLS6-9

    represents own ideas and personal experiences in interpretive and imaginative texts

Related Stage 6 outcomes ES11-7, ES12-7, EN11-5, EN12-5

Content

  • Students:
  • Engage personally with texts
  • explore their personal responses to texts, issues and/or events, for example discuss reactions to characters in a film, debate an issue with other students, contribute to an online discussion seeupsc
  • compose sustained tests based on personal experience, for example write a recount, write and perform a script based on personal history, keep a blog or video journal
  • identify language features and textual form appropriate to imaginative texts, for example descriptive language, characterisation cct
  • compose text on current or personal issues, for example research and present a report on a recent event, create a collage of words and images about an issue which is important to them, write a narrative based on a particular theme secc
  • change an existing text to present a different point of view, for example compose a fractured fairytale, change the speech in a cartoon, revoice a short film ccteu
  • create a multimodal text to share personal information, interests and views, for example social media profile, blog, digital or print portfolio eucct
  • compose imaginative texts based on own ideas and personal experiences using appropriate language features, textual form and stylistic choices cct
  • compose interpretive texts based on own ideas and personal experiences using appropriate language features, textual form and stylistic choices CCT
  • compose an imaginative or interpretive text in response to another text, for example a journal entry as a character in a film, a narrative based on an historical event cct