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Swinburne Senior Secondary College


VCAL Senior Literacy: Poetry Unit
The following outcomes/elements have been embedded into Senior VCAL’s study of poetry in Term 3, 2019.

Reading Elements:
A. Use the processes of planning, drafting and editing to produce written texts.
B. Use language and tone appropriate to the text’s purpose and audience.
C. Organise information and/or ideas logically to suit the purpose.
D. Present specialist and/or technical knowledge, highlighting features of special note.
E. Present information accurately, clearly and concisely.
F. Spell, punctuate and use grammar with considerable accuracy.

Writing Elements:
A. Identify the purpose of the text, including any inferred purpose and the means used to achieve the purpose.
B. Identify the fundamental point of view shaping the text and the devices used to present that point of view (for
example, characters).
C. Compare and contrast with other texts.
D. Present an opinion on the text, taking into account the content and its effectiveness in relation to the audience
and purpose.

Reading for Self-expression

Demonstrate that meaning has been gained from reading a complex, sustained narrative, recount or expressive text

Reading poems

Forms explored: Sonnets, Rhyme Scheme, Just like a Poet, Reading lyrics
Haiku, Group Poems, Cascade and Ballads Analysing poems for rhythm, rhyme, form and structure
Analysing lyrics of other authors, songwriters and poets

Student has demonstrated this competency by reading sufficient works by other poets and writers

Student has analysed a poem together as a class

Student has analysed a poem of their chosen poet - this is demonstrated in their poster

Writing for Self-expression


Write a complex recount, narrative or expressive text

Drafted and edited a sonnet Drafted and edited a group poem

Drafted and edited a rhyme scheme Drafted and edited a cascade

Drafted and edited a haiku Drafted and edited a “just like a poet”

Drafted and edited a ballad Designed and completed a poster on a chosen poet

Curation of a class poetry collection

All the above has been demonstrated in their final individual poetry collection
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Reading for Practical Purposes

Demonstrate that meaning has been gained from reading a complex, sustained instructional or transactional text

Student has followed instructions for curating a poetry Student has read instructions on how to write various
collection poetry forms

Student has followed instructions for creating a poster


on a chosen poet

Writing for Practical Purposes


Write a complex instructional or transactional text

Student has demonstrated this competency by drafting instructions in their “like a poet” task

Reading for Knowledge

Demonstrate that meaning has been gained from reading a complex, sustained report, explanatory, expository or informative
text

Researching information from documentaries and biographies Reading definitions and information on different styles/forms of
on writers and poets poems

Researching a chosen poet - biography

Student has demonstrated this competency through completion of their poster

Writing for Knowledge

Write a complex report, explanatory or expository text

Creating a poster on a chosen poet

Student has included biography

Student has included a poem

Student has included a poem analysis

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