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Teaching and learning activities



film-making and in the media, including their use in news and current affairs reporting

Students learn to:

2.2 use and adapt the processes of planning, drafting, rehearsing, responding to feedback, editing, and publishing to compose texts over time

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 to:

6.2 compose a range of imaginative texts including narrative, poetry, instructions, scripts, advertisements and websites

Students learn to:

6.4 use the features and structures of imaginative texts to compose their own texts and engage their audience

Students learn about:

6.10 the structures and features of imaginative texts including characterisation, setting, tension and climax, chronology and time, narrative voice, effective

Additional information about the film can be found at: http://www.americantail.com/

Issuing and discussing the assessment task

Handout task requirements to students

Teacher reads and explains

Class discussion of possible plot lines. Board summary of some student ideas.

Explanation of marking criteria. If this is the first assessment task of the year for a Year 7 group marking criteria may be a new concept to the students.

Negotiate a due date for the first draft and final product

Talk about the process and feedback.

Assessment task

Marking criteria

Teachers use marking criteria to determine students’ knowledge and understanding of the structures and features of narrative and skills in composition.

NSW Department of Education and Training      November 2004Page 13 of 12

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

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