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Content description VCESC168

Spanish: F–10 Sequence / Levels 7 and 8 / Communicating / Creating
Content description
Respond to a variety of imaginative texts by expressing opinions and comparing the ways in which people, places and experiences are represented
  1. presenting own version of an imaginary event or familiar story, for example, by removing the sound from a television show and replacing it with own invented dialogue or commentary
  2. exchanging and comparing personal preferences in relation to characters, attitudes and events encountered in imaginative texts, for example, Prefiero el robot femenino… No estoy de acuerdo con…
  3. comparing how key messages and beliefs are communicated across cultures through the creative arts, for example, in Australian texts such as creation and Dreaming stories, and in texts from Spanish-speaking communities, such as fables, myths and legends (La leyenda de la quinoa, La leyenda de la llorona)
  4. responding to different expressions of humour in texts from Spanish-speaking communities and comparing these to Australian expressions of humour
  5. exchanging opinions about typical features of and expression in traditional and contemporary stories, films or video clips from the Spanish-speaking world
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