• identify, explain and analyse
– characters, settings, events, and ideas, issues and themes presented in texts
– how texts are created in and for different contexts, audiences and purposes, and the choices made by authors to meet these
– how features of texts are used to create meaning
– the impact of texts on audiences by considering the similarities and differences between texts
• apply the conventions of oral presentation in the delivery of spoken texts
• apply the conventions of discussion • use textual evidence appropriately to support analytical responses
• plan analytical responses to texts
• plan creative responses to texts (written, spoken and multimodal), for example consider an alternative perspective or explore a gap or moment in the text, taking account of the purpose, context and audience in determining the selected content and approach
• explain and justify decisions made in the writing process
• develop, test and clarify ideas using discussion and writing
• draft, review, edit and refine creative and analytical responses to texts, making choices about features of texts and using feedback gained from individual reflection, discussion, and peer and teacher comments
• apply the conventions of spelling, punctuation and syntax of Standard Australian English accurately and appropriately.
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