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Content description VCESU194

Spanish: F–10 Sequence / Levels 9 and 10 / Understanding / Systems of language
Content description
Discuss the purpose and features of a range of texts, such as informative, argumentative or persuasive texts, using appropriate metalanguage to identify and describe characteristics
Elaborations
  1. analysing different types of texts, such as television dramas or news bulletins, to demonstrate how language is used to create particular effects such as emotional impact or interest
  2. noticing the different conventions that shape texts, for example, the use of descriptive language in travel brochures, emotive language in advertisements, or argument in debates
  3. identifying textual conventions associated with types of texts in different cultural contexts, for example, the salutation in an email ("Hola Luis"), informal language in blogs, or rhetorical language in political pamphlets
  4. creating sample texts for a resource bank, identifying key features and functions that characterise particular types of texts such as voicemail, slogans, informative articles or short stories
  5. comparing spoken and written texts, such as spoken and print advertisements, face-to-face conversations and emails, to understand how their mode shapes their structure and helps the text to achieve its purpose
Code
VCESU194
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