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TERM 1 2 3 4 TERM / YEARLY OVERVIEW OF ENGLISH CONTENT

Objectives / Outcomes Concepts of English Assessment For:


A
Communicates through
speaking, listening, reading,
writing, viewing &
representing
Adaptation Aesthetics Allegory Analogy Analysis Appreciation Appropriation Bias Characterisation Cohesion Context
Critical
Exploration
Before the
learning has
begun
Find out what they
already know:

Assessment As:
Design Dialogue
Hybrid
Texts
Imagery Inference Intertextuality Style Mood Narrative Voice Parody Persuasion Values
B
Use language to shape &
make meaning according to
purpose, audience & content
Point Of
View
Positioning Reflection Representation Responding Story
Language
Patterns
Subversion
Poetic
Techniques
Tone
Visual
Language
Visual
Literacy
C
Think in ways that are
imaginative, creative,
interpretive & critical
Content and Text Requirements Early Stage 1 to Stage 3 (Ideas, What do I want to teach, Concept / enduring understanding)
D
Express themselves & their
relationships with others &
their world
Quality Literature
Australian
Literature including
Aboriginal
Other Countries
and Times
(Poetry, drama, scripts,
picture books, prose
fiction)
Intercultural
Experiences
Insights into Asia
and Asian
Australian Authors
(People & countries)
Everyday /
Community Texts
Factual Texts
(Information, issues, ideas)
Environment &
Social
Sustainability
E
Learn & reflect on their
learning through their study
of English
Key Processes:
responding & composing
engaging personally with
texts
developing & applying
contextual knowledge
understanding & applying
knowledge of language forms &
features
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Assessment As:
P
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Whilst the
learning is taking
place
Responsive to
learning needs /
shapes the
feedback given to
students:


Learning Across
Curriculum
Cross Curricula Priorities

Aboriginal & Torres Strait
Islander Histories &
Cultures
V
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Asia & Australias
Relationship with Asia

Sustainability &
Environment
General Capabilities

Critical & Creative
Thinking
D
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Ethical Understanding

Information
Communication
Technologies

Intercultural Understanding

Literacy
Differentiation Strategies Assessment Of:

Numeracy
Student
Name
Peer Support Hands On Visual Aids Extra Time
Modified
Tasks
Simplified
Language
Modified
Evidence
Computer
Aided
Support Staff Other
After the learning
has been finished
Used for future
planning:

Personal & Social
Competence

Other Learning Across the
Curriculum Areas


Civics & Citizenship


Difference & Diversity


Work & Enterprise

Literary Devices
Alliteration Allusion Anthropomorphism Argument Assumption Colloquialisms Conflict Connotation Creative License Cultural Expression Emotive Language Figurative Language Foreshadowing
Framing Gaze Hyperbole Idioms Indirect Speech Intonation Irony Juxtaposition Layout Lexical Cohesion Metalanguage Metaphor Modality Neologism
Onomatopoeia Oxymoron Paradox Passive Voice Personification Perspectives Point of View Predictable Texts Predictions Pun Questioning Quoted / Direct Speech Word Play Volume
References / Links Reported / Indirect Speech Rhetorical Devices Salience Sarcasm Simile Sound Effects Spoonerisms Stereotyping Symbolism Taxonomies Tone Voice Over Visuals