Style video (2 minutes 5 seconds)

This concept is explicitly taught from Stage 2. Prior to introducing this concept students:

· understand that arrangements of words and or images convey information and express feeling and thoughts

· learn that there are possibilities of choice of words

· understand that language and its patterns vary in the different modes and media

· learn that elements of language create effects in particular contexts, modes and media

Stage 2

clearly depict the ‘rules’ for the development of a particular style

contain particular words and images specific to a topic

multiple texts in which words, sentences and images are varied for particular purposes

multiple texts in which words, sentences and images are varied for particular audiences

multiple texts in which words, sentences and images are varied for particular effects

Stage 3

multiple texts whereby the particular styles result from the use of identifiable language features appropriate to each mode and medium

multiple texts to show how the style creates connections between and among texts

literary devices such as sound, images and figurative language enhances expression

multiple texts from the same composer to show how personal style can be cultivated

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