Advanced E. nglish. . Module c – Representation and Texts. Elective 2: History and Memory. The syllabus says…. “. This . module requires students to explore various representations of events, personalities . ID: 324930
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HSC Advanced English Module c – Representation and Texts
Elective 2: History and MemorySlide2
The syllabus says…“This module requires students to explore various representations of events, personalities or situations. They evaluate how medium of production, textual form, perspective and choice of language influence meaning. The study develops students’ understanding of the relationships between representation and meaning.” http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-syllabus-from2010.pdfFine… ok… great… What does all this actually mean?
What do you actually have to
in this module?Slide3
Explore ? = Representations ? = Events ? = Personalities ? = Situations ? =
This module requires students to explore various representations of events, personalities or situations.
search / investigate / open up / go into / delve into / pull apart and see how something (a text) works / discover the details of something and see how it’s “built
interpretations / images / illustrations / points-of-view / demonstrations / accounts of / versions / descriptions /
/ actions / individual experiences / local incidents / national occasions / international processes / global events / personal celebrations and/or
people / characters / traits / natures / behaviours / individualities / personas / temperaments / dispositions / VIPs / public figures / famous person /
/ states of mind / state of affairs / positions / settings / locations / status
various representations of events, personalities or situations.
Hero or villain?Slide5
Various representations of personalities from history and memorySlide6
of ideas, values, attitudes and culture in history and memorySlide7
Various perspectives of ideas,
and culture in history and memorySlide8
Evaluate ? = assess / estimate / judge the value of / calculate / weigh up / appraise / gaugeMedium ? = method / mode / / type of material / form / vehicle (eg: hard copy – paper – digital – interactive – static image – visual – multi media)Production ? = construction / creation / invention / assembly / manufacture
They evaluate how medium of production, textual form, perspective and choice of language influence meaning.
Textual form ?
= how a text is composed / text-type
= viewpoint / standpoint / point of view / perception / angle / take / outlook
= change / effect / control / manipulate / persuade / impel / talk into / win over / sway
Meaning ? =
ideas / understanding / what the composer
means / what the responder understands the text
means (for different audiences) / intended purposeSlide9
how medium of production, textual form, perspective and choice of language influence meaning.
How the techniques / processes of
Film, print, digital, audio
vid? Article? novel?
Website?TV show? Poster?
Dominant? Resistant? Subversive? Marginalised? Disenfranchised? Popular? Cultural? Christian? Non-Christian? Post-modern? Feminist? Capitalist? Marxist?
Formal? Colloquial? Idioms – simile – metaphor – modality – dialogue – imagery – symbols – motifs – audio effects – camera angles, shot types and movement – contrast – irony – satire – persuasive – positive or negative tone – emotive language – factual language – stereotypes –
– catch phrases – journalese -
Show specific ideas, events, people, values, attitudes about history and memory.Slide10Slide11Slide12Slide13