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Stage 5 – unit – 5 to 8 hours – how context, characterisation and theme are relevant to understanding or appreciation of a text.
Year 7 – unit – students explore difference and diversity through imaginative thinking and writing.
Stage 5 – activity
Stage 4 – A unit of work about character in poetry (3+ hours)
Stage 4 – A unit to develop students' thinking about information, ideas and arguments to respond to and compose texts.
Stage 5 – lesson
Stage 4 – A unit aimed at refining understanding of the conventions of the short story form, the process of characterisation, and the features of narrative.
Stage 4 – 3 to 4 hours – Utilise within a larger unit of work to develop capacity with language and creative writing skills.
Stage 5 – engaging students in contemporary issues through the study of documentary films.
Stage 5 – 4 to 6 hours A unit about gothic conventions as part of a wider unit on genre, or short film.
Stage 4 – A unit focused on a student-guided inquiry into characterisation using the film text Finding Nemo. 3 to 4 hours
Stage 4 – Visual literacy and comprehending sequential art narratives