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ACELY1742


Interpret, analyse and evaluate how different perspectives of issue, event, situation, individuals or groups are constructed to serve specific purposes in texts 

(ACELY1742)

  • Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking
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  • Asia and Australia's engagement with Asia
  • Sustainability
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  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Writing
  • Reading

  1. debating the reliability of the coverage in a range of news media of a contentious issue such as commercial logging of old growth forests

  1. evaluating techniques used to construct plot and create emotional responses such as comparison, contrast, exaggeration, juxtaposition, the changing of chronological order, or the expansion and compression of time

  1. constructing questions to frame an analysis of differing representations on moral issues in texts, and including a critical analysis of a personal view in the overall analysis of the issue

  1. identifying whether two texts may share a common purpose or audience, for example a feature article on a particular website or in a particular newspaper

  1. analysing how issues are debated and reported in the media in different countries, and the possible reasons for this, for example ‘whaling’ in Japan and Australia

  1. analysing and interpreting assumptions about groups that have shaped or influenced representations of people, places, events and things; identifying how listeners, viewers and readers are positioned by these representations, and supporting identified points with examples
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