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Content description VCJAC186

Japanese: F–10 Sequence / Levels 9 and 10 / Communicating / Creating
Content description
Identify how expressive and imaginative texts create humorous, emotional or aesthetic effects that reflect cultural values or experiences
  1. identifying how imaginative texts such as たなばた use structure, language and mood to build action, convey emotion and reflect cultural values
  2. comparing lyrics and styles of Japanese- and English-language songs and performances, tracking similarities and differences in genres, themes and modes of emotional expression
  3. discussing how texts such as films, plays, songs, memes and manzai use humour or aesthetic effects to provide commentary on social issues such as family, identity, status or humility
  4. identifying and responding to key messages and values in traditional texts such as 花さかじいさん、かさじぞう, and considering their relevance in modern times
  5. identifying and discussing how typical elements of haiku such as brevity and aesthetic effect engage readers/listeners and reflect cultural values
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