|ENGLISH YEAR 10|
|Code||Content Description||Human Rights Example |
- Create imaginative, informative and persuasive texts that present a point of view and advance or illustrate arguments, including texts that integrate visual, print and/or audio features.
- Presenting arguments about maintaining a balance in the biosphere to protect human rights.
- Understand how language use can have inclusive and exclusive social effects, and can empower or disempower people.
- Identifying that language enables discrimination against people with a disability or discrimination based on gender, sexual orientation or race.
- Identifying how assertive language can be used to help protect a person from unwanted behaviour such as harassment.
- Compare and evaluate a range of representations of individuals and groups in different historical, social and cultural contexts.
- Recasting Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people, or refugees and asylum seekers, from victims to survivors who have overcome incredible odds to survive.
- Evaluate the social, moral and ethical positions represented in texts.
- Examining a current human rights issue, such as freedom of expression, refugees and asylum seekers or the experiences of intersex or transgender children.
- Analyse and evaluate how people, cultures, places, events, objects and concepts are represented in texts, including media texts, through language, structural and/or visual choices.
- Questioning the representation and stereotypes of people based on their sex, sexual orientation or gender identity.
- Questioning the representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and refugees and asylum seekers in the media.
- Identify and explore the purposes and effects of different text structures and language features of spoken texts, and use this knowledge to create purposeful texts that inform, persuade and engage.
- Identifying prejudice and stereotypes of people from different cultures and backgrounds and challenging these stereotypes.
- Identify and analyse implicit or explicit values, beliefs and assumptions in texts and how these are influenced by purposes and likely audiences.
- Understanding how purpose and audience of text can reveal prejudiced beliefs or stereotypical assumptions.
- Create sustained texts, including texts that combine specific digital or media content, for imaginative, informative, or persuasive purposes that reflect upon challenging and complex issues.
- Exploring models of sustained texts created for persuasive purposes related to human rights concerns, such as freedom of expression and censorship in China, poor working conditions in Bangladesh or India’s caste system.