Re-writing Fairytales: a student workbook

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Students will analyse the fairytale genre from Europe and outside Europe and the purpose and audience of fairytales.

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Item Title

Re-writing Fairytales: a student workbook

Curriculum

Australian English Curriculum, NSW English Syllabus K-10 for the Australian Curriculum

ISBN (Print)

978-1-925624-25-0

ISBN (eBook)

978-1-925624-24-3

Identifier (bundle)

QWIBUN3031

Title Author

SHELLEY MCNAMARA

Date Published

2017

Format

Bundle, eBook, Print

Page Numbers

106

State

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

Year Level

Year 7, Year 8

Subject

Years 7-10 Workbooks

Genre

Workbooks

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Students will analyse the fairytale genre from Europe and outside Europe and the purpose and audience of fairytales. Student will analyse narrative elements found in the fairytales, such as key ideas, motifs, ‘the hero’s journey’, archetypal characters and situations, themes and narrative voice. Students will explore intertextuality in fairytales and how binary oppositions position the audience to adopt certain values and beliefs. Students will create various elements of fairytales that challenge reader expectations and represent new ways of thinking about the world we live in.

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Weight 0.5 kg
Item Title

Re-writing Fairytales: a student workbook

Curriculum

Australian English Curriculum, NSW English Syllabus K-10 for the Australian Curriculum

ISBN (Print)

978-1-925624-25-0

ISBN (eBook)

978-1-925624-24-3

Identifier (bundle)

QWIBUN3031

Title Author

SHELLEY MCNAMARA

Date Published

2017

Format

Bundle, eBook, Print

Page Numbers

106

State

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

Year Level

Year 7, Year 8

Subject

Years 7-10 Workbooks

Genre

Workbooks

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