1. HSC : Paper I – Section II
2. Belonging – Developing a Theme
3. The Craft of Writing
Students’ responses to texts are supported by their own composition of, and experimentation with, imaginative and other texts. They explore ways of representing events, experiences, ideas, values and processes, and consider the ways in which changes of form and language affect meaning.
Imaginative texts’ primary purpose are to entertain through their imaginative use of literary elements. They are recognised for their form, style and artistic or aesthetic value.
English Stage 6 Syllabus – Standard
Character - is an imagined person
Setting – the time and place within the text
Context – everything outside of the text
Narrative Point of View
Third Person Narrator is Omniscient – All Knowing God-like, he makes the decision about what the reader will or will not know and when.
Structure prompts into a narrative timeline