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Oxford Year 10 English  : Student Book + obook - Australian Curriculum Edition - Michael Horne

Oxford Year 10 English

Student Book + obook - Australian Curriculum Edition

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Oxford recognises that Year 10 is a unique educational year, the grey area between junior and senior studies. Oxford Year 10 English is a 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.

The obook is a cloud-based web-book available anywhere, anytime, on any device, navigated by topic or by ‘page view’. This obook contains five integrated digital modules offering additional units of work:

  • Opinion writing online
  • The power of advertising
  • Television current affairs and satire
  • Social networking and the blogosphere
  • Words that changed the world

  • PART 1 THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

    Chapter 1 History of English
    1.1 Reading widely and well
    1.2 The origins and development of English
    1.3 Contemporary Australian English

    Chapter 2 Comprehension strategies
    2.1 Literal comprehension
    2.2 Inferential comprehension

    PART 2 COMMON FEATURES OF TEXTS

    Chapter 3 Literary texts
    3.1 Novels and short stories
    3.2 Poetry
    3.3 Plays
    3.4 Narrative films

    Chapter 4 Persuasive texts
    4.1 Persuasive media texts
    4.1a obook: Opinion writing online
    4.2 Persuasive language

    Chapter 5 Informative texts
    5.1 News reports
    5.2 Biographical texts
    5.3 Documentary films

    Chapter 6 Visual, multimodal and digital texts
    6.1 Visual texts
    6.2 Multimodal texts
    6.2a obook: The power of advertising
    6.2b obook: Television current affairs and satire
    6.3 Digital texts
    6.3a obook: Social networking and the blogosphere

    PART 3 RESPONDING TO TEXTS

    Chapter 7 Responding to literary texts
    7.1 Context
    7.2 Author intention
    7.3 Character analysis
    7.4 Themes and ideas
    7.5 Audience response
    7.6 Analytical writing strategies
    7.7 Analysing literary texts

    Chapter 8 Responding to persuasive texts
    8.1 Context
    8.2 Author intention and audience response
    8.3 Identifying arguments and language features

    Chapter 9 Responding more deeply
    9.1 Re-evaluations and interpretations
    9.2 Adaptations and transformations

    PART 4 CREATING TEXTS

    Chapter 10 Strategies for creating
    10.1 Before you create
    10.2 While you create
    10.3 After you create

    Chapter 11 Creating texts
    11.1 Creating imaginative texts
    11.2 Creating persuasive texts
    11.3 Creating persuasive oral texts
    11.3a obook: Words that changed the world
    11.4 Creating informative texts

    ISBN: 9780195570472
    ISBN-10: 0195570472
    Audience: Primary / High School
    For Grades: 10
    Format: Book with Other Items
    Language: English
    Published: 3rd February 2012
    Country of Publication: AU
    Weight (kg): 1.06