NSW HSC English Advanced: Textual Conversations Between Al Pacino’s Looking for Richard and William Shakespeare’s King Richard III: a student workbook (Print)
Textual Conversations Between Al Pacino's Looking for Richard and William Shakespeare'sKing Richard III: a student workbook is mapped to new NSW HSC English Stage 6 syllabus, specifically English Advanced Module A: Textual Conversations (2019-23 Prescriptions).
Students will explore how meanings of a pair of texts can reveal resonances and dissonances by considering the textual conversations between them. It is through this exploration that students will explore and evaluate connections through references to contexts, values, ideas, content and the use of language forms and features. They will also consider how a comparative study has enhanced their understanding and appreciation of both texts. Students will develop skills in writing a comparative essay as well as compose creative texts in a range of modes and media.
- Part 1: Introduction to key concepts and ideas
- Part 2: Purpose, audience, context and ideas in Looking for Richard
- Part 3: Form and structure, content and language in Looking for Richard
- Part 4: Purpose, audience and contexts in King Richard III
- Part 5: Values, attitudes, concepts, form and structure in King Richard III
- Part 6: Content and language in King Richard III
- Part 7: Writing a comparative essay
|Year Level||Year 12|
|Date of Publication||2018|
|Subject||English, English Advanced|