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  1. page Unit 3 VCE English VCAA Requirements edited ... writing which analyses the use of language in three or more persuasive texts that debate a cur…
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    writing which analyses the use of language in three or more persuasive texts that debate a current issue in the Australian media
    and
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    in written orand oral form.
    This outcome will contribute 40 marks out of the 100 marks allocated to School-assessed Coursework for Unit 3- 20 marks for language analysis and 20 marks for the oral presentation.
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  2. page Unit 3 VCE English VCAA Requirements edited ... This outcome will contribute 30 marks out of the 100 marks allocated to School-assessed Course…
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    This outcome will contribute 30 marks out of the 100 marks allocated to School-assessed Coursework for Unit 3. It will be assessed by one task which will contribute a total of 30 marks.
    Task Description This task requires:
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    essay on Louis Nowra's 'Cosi'Charles Dicken's 'A Christmas Carol'.
    Advice: A extended written interpretation should be approximately 600–800 words in total.
    Outcome 2
    ...
    Task Description This task requires:
    Three to five shorter texts created for a specific audience/s and context/s with a written explanation of decisions about form, purpose, language, audience and context.
    ...
    be approximately 900–12001100–1300 words in totaltotal.
    Outcome 3
    Analyse the use of language in texts that present a point of view on an issue currently debated in the Australian media, and to construct, orally or in writing, a sustained and reasoned point of view on the selected issue.
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  5. page Unit 3 VCE English VCAA Requirements edited ... An extended written interpretation of one selected text- A T.E.E.L based essay on Louis Nowra'…
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    An extended written interpretation of one selected text- A T.E.E.L based essay on Louis Nowra's 'Cosi'
    Advice: A extended written interpretation should be approximately 600–800 words in total.
    Outcome 2 Draw
    Draw
    on ideas
    This outcome will contribute 30 marks out of the 100 marks allocated to School-assessed Coursework for Unit 3.
    Task Description This task requires:
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  6. page Unit 3 VCE English VCAA Requirements edited Unit 4Unit 3 Unit 4--School-assessed Coursework for the outcomes in Unit 4 will contribute 25 p…

    Unit 4Unit 3
    Unit 4--School-assessed Coursework for the outcomes in Unit 4 will contribute 25 per cent to the student’s study score for English.School-assessed Coursework for the outcomes in Unit 3 will contribute 25 per cent to the student’s study score for English.

    Outcome 1
    Analyse, either orally or in writing,Analyse how a selected text
    constructs
    constructs meaning, conveys
    ...
    values, and
    is
    is open to
    ...
    of interpretations.
    This outcome will contribute 30 marks out of the 100 marks allocated to School-assessed Coursework for Unit 3. It will be assessed by one task which will contribute a total of 30 marks.

    Task Description:Description This task requires:
    An extended written interpretation of one selected text- A T.E.E.L based essay on Louis Nowra's 'Cosi'
    Advice: A extended written interpretation should be approximately 600–800 words in total.

    Outcome 2
    Draw
    Draw on ideas
    ...
    by a
    chosen
    chosen Context to
    ...
    a specified
    audience
    audience and purpose;
    ...
    and analyse
    in
    in writing their
    ...
    form, purpose,
    language,
    language, audience and context.
    This outcome will contribute 30 marks out of the 100 marks allocated to School-assessed Coursework for Unit 3.

    Task Description:
    three
    Description This task requires:
    Three
    to five
    ...
    a specific
    audience/s
    audience/s and context/s
    ...
    a written
    explanation
    explanation of decisions
    ...
    form, purpose,
    language,
    language, audience and context.
    Advice: The written texts should be approximately 900–1200 words in total

    Outcome 3
    ...
    that present
    a
    a point of
    ...
    debated in
    the
    the Australian media,
    ...
    or in
    writing,
    writing, a sustained
    ...
    view on
    the
    the selected issue.
    Task Description This task requires:
    writing which analyses the use of language in three or more persuasive texts that debate a current issue in the Australian media
    and
    a sustained and reasoned point of view on the selected issue in written or oral form.
    This outcome will contribute 40 marks out of the 100 marks allocated to School-assessed Coursework for Unit 3- 20 marks for language analysis and 20 marks for the oral presentation.

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  7. page Unit 3 VCE English VCAA Requirements edited Outcome 1 Analyse, either orally or in writing, how a selected text constructs meaning, conveys …
    Outcome 1
    Analyse, either orally or in writing, how a selected text
    constructs meaning, conveys ideas and values, and
    is open to a range of interpretations.
    Task Description:
    Outcome 2
    Draw on ideas and/or arguments suggested by a
    chosen Context to create written texts for a specified
    audience and purpose; and to discuss and analyse
    in writing their decisions about form, purpose,
    language, audience and context.
    Task Description:
    three to five shorter texts created for a specific
    audience/s and context/s with a written
    explanation of decisions about form, purpose,
    language, audience and context.
    Outcome 3
    Analyse the use of language in texts that present
    a point of view on an issue currently debated in
    the Australian media, and to construct, orally or in
    writing, a sustained and reasoned point of view on
    the selected issue.

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