Ko te reo te ora - Language is life
YEAR 11 STUDENT PLANNER for 2023
What will you learn in Year 11 English?
show a developed awareness of how aspects of te ao Māori are woven through texts by reading a range of Māori literature
learn to describe and explain how aspects of Māori storytelling shape texts
interpret ideas within and between texts from a range of contexts
identify and understand the features of language use in particular contexts
communicate developed ideas by selecting and using a range of language features accurately for a variety of effects
seek feedback and make changes, with guidance, to improve clarity, meaning and effect
identify, describe, and explain their own perspectives through their responses to various texts
show a developed understanding of how writers position their intended audience through using the language conventions and techniques, point of view, structure, contexts, and intended purpose that shape a range of texts
take a stance, explaining and justifying their interpretations of increasingly complex texts, using examples and/or details primarily from the text but also from beyond it
identify how identity influences and informs personal responses to language and language choices
describe and explain the literary qualities of increasingly complex texts using examples from the text.