Exploring Cultural Representations in Debra Oswald’s Skate Unit of Work NSW – English Syllabus

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In this unit of work students will interpret and analyse the representations of teenage cultural groups in Debra Oswald’s Skate.

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Item Title

Exploring Cultural Representations in Debra Oswald's Skate Unit of Work NSW English Syllabus

Curriculum

NSW English Syllabus K-10 for the Australian Curriculum

ISBN

978-0-9942639-1-9

Title Author

SHELLEY MCNAMARA

Date Published

2015, Updated 2017

Format

PDF

Page Numbers

24

State

NSW

Year Level

Year 10, Year 9

Subject

Years 7-10 Units of Work

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Units of Work

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In this unit of work students will interpret and analyse the representations of teenage cultural groups in Debra Oswald’s Skate. They will explore how these cultural groups are represented through script narrative elements such as language, themes, plot and setting. Students will evaluate the reasons for these representations and offer alternative viewpoints and solutions to conflicts within cultural groups. Students will also reflect on their own processes of creating texts by themselves or within groups. Students will also create the script for a scene and set design for a story about teenagers that reflects their values and ideas and challenges common cultural assumptions about teenagers.

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Weight 0.5 kg
Item Title

Exploring Cultural Representations in Debra Oswald's Skate Unit of Work NSW English Syllabus

Curriculum

NSW English Syllabus K-10 for the Australian Curriculum

ISBN

978-0-9942639-1-9

Title Author

SHELLEY MCNAMARA

Date Published

2015, Updated 2017

Format

PDF

Page Numbers

24

State

NSW

Year Level

Year 10, Year 9

Subject

Years 7-10 Units of Work

Genre

Units of Work

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