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Content description VCELT484

English / Level 10 / Literature / Responding to literature
Content description
Reflect on, extend, endorse or refute others’ interpretations of and responses to literature
  1. determining, through debate, whether a text possesses universal qualities and remains relevant
  2. presenting arguments based on close textual analysis to support an interpretation of a text, for example writing an essay or creating a set of director’s notes
  3. creating personal reading lists in a variety of genres and explain why the texts qualify for inclusion on a particular list
  4. reflecting upon and asking questions about interpretations of texts relevant to a student’s cultural background
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