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TERM/WEEKS: 3/3 YEAR LEVEL: 10 LEARNING AREA/TOPIC: ENGLISH Writing

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM
General Capabilities: Literacy Cross-curriculum priorities: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and Cultures Numeracy ICT Critical and creative thinking Ethical Behaviour Personal and social Competence Sustainability Intercultural Understanding

Asia and Australias engagement with Asia

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3/3

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM LINKS Lang Literacy Literature Analyse and Creating Analyse and evaluate the sustained texts, explain how text effectiveness of including texts structures, a wide range of that combine language features sentence and specific digital and visual clause or media features of texts structures as content, for and the context in authors design imaginative, which texts are and craft texts. informative, or experienced may ACELA persuasive influence 1569. purposes that audience reflect upon response. challenging and ACELT complex issues. 1641. ACELY 1756. Compare and evaluate how voice as a literary device can be used in a range of different types of texts such as poetry to evoke particular emotional responses. ACELT 1643.

SPECIFIC LESSON OBJECTIVE To creatively write an original urban legend which encompasses a moral or meaning. Write an urban legend that has correct narrative structure and incorporates certain narrative elements (setting, character and climax). Demonstrate descriptive writing in their urban legend.

ASSESSMENT (what & how) Creatively write an urban legend. Students will address purpose and incorporate descriptive language into their task. Students will examine narrative elements. Narrative elements explored will be incorporated into their urban legend.

TEACHING & LEARNING EXPERIENCES (include learner diversity) Topic: Horror Urban Legends. Create your own urban legend. Task 1: Students choose one of the beginning sentences provided and identify the purpose of their urban legend. Students decide what moral or meaning they want to attend to in their urban legend. Task 2: Students address three main elements explored in the previous lesson. (Setting, character, climax). Students attend to these three elements. Task 3: Once students have their narrative plan complete they will write their own urban legend using kid blog.

KEY QUESTIONS Are students able to correctly structure an urban legend? Are students able to identify given elements? And incorporate these elements into their writing? Can students demonstrate and establish moral and meaning through their creative writing? Can the student effectively use ICT?

RESOURCES

Kidblog. www.urban legendtales .weebly.co m/