Distinctively Visual Learning and Teaching Program

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ngTitle: Distinctively Visual |
Concept: How are images we see and visualise in texts created?| Language Modes: speaking, reading, writing, listening, viewing, ICT| Outcomes: | | | 1.A student demonstrates understanding of how relationships between composer, responder, text and context shape meaning.2.A student demonstrates understanding of the relationships among texts. 5.A student analyses the effect of technology and medium on meaning. 6.A student engages with the details of text in order to respond critically and personally. | Key Question: How do different composers use imagery and images to provoke responses?| Texts: * Core Text: Maestro * Additional: Wide Open Road * Beneath Clouds| | Key Learning Ideas:| | |

* Forms and language of different texts create these images, * How these forms and language affect interpretation and shape meaning.| | | Assessment:Essay – prepared prior to lesson, reproduced under exam conditions.| Software or Web 2.0 application: * www.notsostandard.edublogs.org| | Rationale: In their responding and composing students explore the ways the images we see and/or visualise in texts are created. Students consider how the forms and language of different texts create these images, affect interpretation and shape meaning. Students examine one prescribed text, in addition to other texts providing examples of the distinctively visual.Students will choose one of the following texts as the basis for their further exploration of the elective, Distinctively Visual.Maestro – Peter GoldsworthyBeneath Clouds – Iven SenWide Open Road – Triple JJJ/ABC|

Outcomes| Learning and teaching|
1.A student demonstrates understanding of how relationships between composer, responder, text and context shape meaning.2.A student demonstrates understanding of the relationships among texts. 5.A student analyses the effect of technology and medium on meaning. 1.A student demonstrates understanding of how relationships between composer, responder, text and context shape meaning.2.A student demonstrates understanding of the relationships among texts. 5.A student analyses the effect of technology and medium on meaning. 6.A student engages with the details of text in order to respond critically and personally.1.A student demonstrates understanding of how relationships between composer, responder, text and context shape meaning.2.A student demonstrates understanding of the relationships among texts. 5.A student analyses the effect of technology and medium on meaning. 1.A student demonstrates understanding of how relationships between composer, responder, text and context shape meaning.2.A student demonstrates understanding of the relationships among texts. 5.A student analyses the effect of technology and medium on meaning. 6.A student engages with the details of text in order to respond critically and personally.1.A student demonstrates understanding of how relationships between composer, responder, text and context shape meaning.2.A student demonstrates understanding of the relationships among texts. 1.A student demonstrates understanding of how relationships between composer, responder, text and context shape meaning.2.A student demonstrates understanding of the relationships among texts. 6.A student engages with the details of text in order to respond critically and personally.1.A student demonstrates understanding of how relationships between composer, responder, text and context shape meaning.2.A student demonstrates understanding of the relationships among texts. 6.A student engages with the details of text in order to respond critically and personally.1.A student demonstrates understanding of how relationships between composer, responder, text and context shape meaning.2.A student demonstrates understanding of the relationships among texts. 6.A student engages with the details of text...
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