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Content description VCELY455

English / Level 9 / Literacy / Interacting with others
Content description
Listen to spoken texts constructed for different purposes and analyse how language features in these texts position listeners to respond in particular ways, and consider the interaction skills used to present and discuss ideas, or to influence and engage audiences through persuasive language, varied voice tone, pitch and pace
  1. comparing and evaluating bias or stereotyping and presenting findings in discussions and presentations
  2. identifying and commenting on omissions of information in different texts
  3. exploring and identifying moral and ethical dimensions of an issue represented in different texts, and how these align or contradict with personal and others’ perspectives
  4. understanding the role of intonation, pausing, combinations of clause and rhythm in spoken language and of punctuation
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