Attaining a C in English is beneficial and strongly advised for success.
Literature focuses on the study of literary texts, developing students as independent, innovative and creative learners and thinkers who appreciate the aesthetic use of language, analyse perspectives and evidence, and challenge ideas and interpretations through the analysis and creation of varied literary texts.
Weekly workload in hours
|Introduction to literary studies||Intertextuality||Literature and identity||Independent explorations|
|Ways literary texts are received and responded to||Ways literary texts connect with each other – genre, concepts and contexts||Relationship between language, culture and identity in literary texts||Dynamic nature of literary interpretation|
|How textual choices affect readers||Ways literary texts connect with each other – style and structure||Power of language to represent ideas, events and people||Close examination of style, structure and subject matter |
|Creating analytical and creative texts||Creating analytical and creative texts||Creating analytical and creative texts||Creating analytical and creative texts|
Four formative assessments are completed in Units 1 and 2. In Units 3 and 4, students complete four summative assessments. The results from each of the assessments are added together to provide a subject score out of 100. Students will also receive an overall subject result (A-E).
|Summative internal assessment 1 (IA1): Examination — analytical written response ||25%||Summative internal assessment 3 (IA3): Extended response — imaginative written response ||25%|
|Summative internal assessment 2 (IA2): Extended response — imaginative spoken/multimodal response ||25%||Summative external assessment (EA): Examination — analytical response||25%|