Analysing and Creating Protest Poetry and Lyrics Unit of Work – Australian English Curriculum

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In this unit students will be looking at ideas about social issues and change and how to empower themselves to create protest texts that bring about ‘a better world’ to live in.

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Analysing and Creating Protest Poetry and Lyrics Unit of Work – Australian English Curriculum

Curriculum

Australian English Curriculum

ISBN

978-1-925624-60-1

Title Author

SHELLEY MCNAMARA

Date Published

2017

Format

PDF

Page Numbers

46

State

ACT, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA

Year Level

Year 9

Subject

Years 7-10 Units of Work, Years 7-10 Workbooks

Genre

Units of Work

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In this unit students will be looking at ideas about social issues and change and how to empower themselves to create protest texts that bring about ‘a better world’ to live in. The following social issues will be investigated and researched: what is social protest, the history of social protest, motivations for social protest, non-violent, group and individual forms of social protest and social protest as a form of agency. Student will be exploring a range of protest songs, lyrics and poetry by a variety of composers to critically analyse the use of language features, text forms and structures of protest texts. The unit is framed by the key question: What do we desire our future to look like?

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Weight 0.5 kg
Item Title

Analysing and Creating Protest Poetry and Lyrics Unit of Work – Australian English Curriculum

Curriculum

Australian English Curriculum

ISBN

978-1-925624-60-1

Title Author

SHELLEY MCNAMARA

Date Published

2017

Format

PDF

Page Numbers

46

State

ACT, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA

Year Level

Year 9

Subject

Years 7-10 Units of Work, Years 7-10 Workbooks

Genre

Units of Work

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