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c) Module C Advanced: The Craft of Writing
d) Module C: Standard: The Craft of Writing
You are to present a sub-unit which sits inside that Module. The assignment is entitled a “sub-unit” because a Year 12 Module could run for 30 indicative hours, and we do not want you to program those complete amounts of time, just a sub-set of them. Just think of it as a set of sequenced lessons that sit within the larger unit of work in that Module.
Your sub-unit should follow a strict pattern, viz:
1. Nominate which Module it sits within Assessment Details
(NOTE: I have attached sample assessments that should help guide you, they are similar but NOT the same, they are under: – SampleCredit, – SampleDistinction, – SamplePass. )
Developing a sub-unit for Stage Six English: Year 12
Length: 2,000 words
Using the Stage 6 Syllabus for your teaching area, choose one of the following Modules for Year 12: a) Common Module Advanced: Texts and Human Experiences
b) Common Module Standard: Texts and Human Experiences (NOTE: This is the module that I have chosen for this assessment)
2. Give a clear indication of the texts to be used in the sub-unit. This means:
(i) for TEXTS AND HUMAN EXPERIENCES, you will select ONE text prescribed in the HSC English Prescriptions 2019-2023 document for the Common Module as well as a range of types of texts drawn from prose fiction, drama, poetry, nonfiction, film, media and digital texts. (NOTE: I have attached and highlighted the texts that should be used for the unit in “Module and texts for the common content of English Standard- Texts and Human Experiences”)
(ii) for THE CRAFT OF WRITING, you will select TWO of the texts prescribed in the HSC English Prescriptions 2019-2023 document for Module C as well as a range of types of texts drawn from prose fiction, drama, poetry, nonfiction, film, media and digital texts.
3. Include a justification for how each of the texts you have chosen relates to the chosen module.
4. An outline of c. 16 lessons over a 4 week period (assume 1 hour lessons and 4 hours of English per week). Assume each lesson achieves a closure so that each new lesson begins at a new point. DO NOT rely on, “Continuation of yesterday’s lesson” as part of the outline. Lesson outlines should be about 4-6 lines of explanation in length and indicate:
§ the text(s) to be used in the lesson
§ the key focusing concept of the lesson
§ the key teaching strategy (eg groupwork)