Reading to Write: Analysing and Creating Modernist Texts Workbook

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For Year 11

Suitable for NSW English Stage 6 Advanced and Standard Syllabi for the Australian curriculum.

Students focus on modernism as a movement in Australia and around the world and considers how the cultural significance of modernity is reflected in literature and art forms.

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Reading to Write: Analysing and Creating Modernist Texts Workbook

Curriculum

Example Curriculum 1, Example Curriculum 2

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ISBN (eBook)

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Title Author

SHELLEY MCNAMARA

Date Published

43764

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Bundle, eBook, Print

Page Numbers

pp33-92

State

NSW

Year Level

Year 11

Subject

Build a Book, Creative Writing Workbooks, HSC English Hybrid Guides, Years 11-12 Units of Work, Years 11-12 Workbooks, Years 7-10 Units of Work, Years 7-10 Workbooks

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Student will study examples of modern literature and artworks, such as Kenneth Slessor’s ‘Five Bells’, Gail Jones’s Dreams of Speaking, Raymond Carver’s ‘So Much Water So Close to Home’ and Orientalism, and use these texts as inspiration to create experimental literary pieces through transversal, intergeneric and fictocritcal writing, reflecting modernist ideas, forms and ways of writing.

This workbook is suitable for the Preliminary HSC English common module: Reading to Write. Completing the task in this unit of work will assist students to learn about modernism as a movement in Australia and around the world and consider how the cultural significance of modernity is reflected in literature and art forms. Students will study examples of modern literature and use these as inspiration to create their own literary pieces reflecting modernist ideas and forms of writing as well as ways of writing.

Students have the opportunity to learn about:

  • critically evaluating modernists texts
  • ideas relevant to modernity
  • ways of writing relevant to modernists texts.

You have the opportunity to learn to:

  • read modernist art forms and literature
  • critically interpret modernists texts
  • experiment with modernist ideas, writing forms and styles.

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Weight N/A
Item Title

Reading to Write: Analysing and Creating Modernist Texts Workbook

Curriculum

Example Curriculum 1, Example Curriculum 2

ISBN (Print)

000-0-0000000-0-0

ISBN (eBook)

000-0-0000000-0-0

Title Author

SHELLEY MCNAMARA

Date Published

43764

Format

Bundle, eBook, Print

Page Numbers

pp33-92

State

NSW

Year Level

Year 11

Subject

Build a Book, Creative Writing Workbooks, HSC English Hybrid Guides, Years 11-12 Units of Work, Years 11-12 Workbooks, Years 7-10 Units of Work, Years 7-10 Workbooks

Genre

Workbooks

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