Students explore how texts may give insight into the anomalies, paradoxes and inconsistencies in human behaviour and motivations, inviting the responder to see the world differently, to challenge assumptions, ignite new or reflect personally. They may also consider the role of throughout time to express and reflect particular lives and cultures. By responding to a range of texts they further develop skills and confidence using various literary devices, concepts, modes and media to formulate a response to texts.
Students study one prescribed text and a range of short texts that provide rich opportunities to further explore of human experiences in texts. They make increasingly informed about how aspects of these texts, for example context, purpose, structure, and grammatical features, and form shape . In addition, students select one related text and draw from personal experience to make connections between themselves, the world of the text and their wider world.
By responding and composing throughout the module students further develop a repertoire of skills in comprehending, interpreting and analysing texts. They examine how different modes and media use visual, verbal andor digital elements. They communicate using figurative to express universal and evaluative to make informed about texts. Students further develop skills in using , correct grammar and syntax to analyse and express a personal perspective about a text.
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