Oxford English Year 10 Australian Curriculum Student obook (code card)

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The comprehensive Oxford Year 10 English book is augmented by six fully integrated digital modules, accessed via the accompanying obook - see the digital modules highlighted in the table of contents. Oxford's next generation ebook - the obook - offers online and offline access to core student content. The obook provides the complete student book in an easy-to-read format for any screen size, with links to interactive resources, video, audio websites, a note-taking study tool and dynamic question blocks. Oxford's obook is compatible with PCs, laptops, iPads, tablets and IWBs. Oxford recognises that Year 10 is a unique educational year, the grey area between junior and senior studies. Oxford Year 10 English is a completely new product specifically tailored for this year level that will help you make a smooth transition to the Australian Curriculum while preparing your students for the challenges of senior English.PART 1 THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEChapter 1 History of English1.1 Reading widely and well1.2 The origins and development of English1.3 Contemporary Australian EnglishChapter 2 Comprehension strategies2.1 Literal comprehension2.2 Inferential comprehensionPART 2 COMMON FEATURES OF TEXTSChapter 3 Literary texts3.1 Novels and short stories3.2 Poetry3.3 Plays3.4 Narrative filmsChapter 4 Persuasive texts4.1 Persuasive media texts4.1a: Opinion writing online (obook)4.2 Persuasive languageChapter 5 Informative texts5.1 News reports5.2 Biographical texts5.3 Documentary filmsChapter 6 Visual, multimodal and digital texts6.1 Visual texts6.2 Multimodal texts6.2a The power of advertising (obook)6.2b Television current affairs and satire (obook)6.3 Digital texts6.3a Social networking and the blogosphere (obook)PART 3 RESPONDING TO TEXTSChapter 7 Responding to literary texts7.1 Context7.2 Author intention7.3 Character analysis7.4 Themes and ideas7.5 Audience response7.6 Analytical writing strategies7.7 Analysing literary textsChapter 8 Responding to persuasive texts8.1 Context8.2 Author intention and audience response8.3 Identifying arguments and language featuresChapter 9 Responding more deeply9.1 Re-evaluations and interpretations9.2 Adaptations and transformationsPART 4 CREATING TEXTSChapter 10 Strategies for creating10.1 Before you create10.2 While you create10.3 After you createChapter 11 Creating texts11.1 Creating imaginative texts11.2 Creating persuasive texts11.3 Creating persuasive oral texts11.3a Words that changed the world (obook)11.4 Creating informative texts


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  • : 9780195577846
  • : OUP Australia & New Zealand
  • : OUP Australia and New Zealand
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