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NSW Syllabuses

English K–10 - Life Skills - Objective C Outcome 12


A student:

  • ENLS-12C

    responds to texts in ways that are imaginative and interpretive

Related Stage 4/5 outcomes: EN4-5C, EN4-6C, EN5-5C, EN5-6C

  • Content

  • Students:
  • Engage personally with texts
  • read and view a variety of texts for pleasure
  • share their responses to texts they have read in a variety of relevant contexts, including digital and face-to-face contexts ICT
  • relate a personal experience, thought or feeling about the characters, events, setting or themes of a text PSC
  • recognise the connections between their own experiences and the world of texts CCT
  • draw on personal experiences to speculate on texts, eg behaviours of characters, cause and effect, plot direction, writing style CCT
  • draw on personal experiences to understand elements in texts, eg plot, character, setting and issues CCTPSC
  • respond with empathy to characters, situations and issues in texts, eg imagine how they would react if they were the hero in the story PSC
  • Develop and apply contextual knowledge
  • Understand and apply knowledge of language forms and features
  • explore ways in which ideas, information and perspectives are presented in a range of texts CCT
  • recognise the difference between fact and opinion, reality and fantasy
  • appreciate the ways in which storytelling makes use of imaginative language AHCA
  • respond imaginatively to a range of visual textsmedia and multimedia, eg compose a poem in response to a visual text, compose the script for an alternative ending to a film, draw or create an additional scene/slide in a film or multimedia presentation CCTICT