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Students learn to:

4.2 create and ensure coherence

of medium, form and content through specific language conventions and vocabulary appropriate to particular subject matter or contexts

Students learn about:

4.7 the effectiveness of specific language forms and features and structures of texts for different purposes, audiences and contexts and for specific modes and mediums

Students learn to:

7.3 recognise when information is presented objectively and subjectively

Students learn to:

7.6 identify techniques of persuasion in spoken, written and visual texts

Students learn about:

7.18 the language and processes of persuasion including emotive language, imagery, selective use of detail, techniques for specific target groups and opinions presented as facts

Students learn to:

1.8 graphically represent aspects of texts such as the storyline of

Students in groups write and record a radio advertisement for the forthcoming soccer match between Sydney Managua and Sydney Red Star.

Teacher provides examples of a variety of radio advertisements as models for students’ compositions.

Explore the structures and features of radio advertising:

a.

persuasive and emotive language

b.

use of imperatives and repetition

c.

jingles and rhymes

d.

target audience

e.

scheduling of ads based on demographics.

Students are to design a visual representation of the central themes and issues of The Lion and the Lamb. To do this, students compose a collage that represents

Tape recorders and blank tapes.

Examples of a variety of radio advertisements.

Students demonstrate understanding of how purpose, audience and context shape meaning through their composition of a radio advertisement.

Students are able to identify techniques of persuasion in spoken texts.

Peers assessment of group radio advertisements.

NSW Department of Education and Training      November 2004Page 11 of 12

Curriculum K-12 Directoratehttp://www.curriculumsupport.education.nsw.gov.au

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