10 Things I hate About You



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Appearance and Reality
This term we are studying the film “10 Things I Hate About You”, directed by Gil Junger. A main theme is appearance and reality.
You will have to write an essay about an aspect of the film in the exam at the end of the year. To prepare for this, there is a test in week 5 based on the film. You will be marked on viewing skills:


Excellence


  • Identifies important verbal/visual features in the text.

  • Uses appropriate terminology to explain these features.

  • Explains how and why these features combine for particular effects.

  • Shows a response to the ideas they convey.

  • Gives detailed supporting evidence from the text.




Merit


  • Identifies important verbal/visual features in the text.

  • Uses some appropriate terminology to explain these features.

  • Describes the purpose and effects created by these features.

  • Shows some response to the ideas they convey.

  • Gives supporting evidence from the text.




Achieved


  • Identifies important verbal/visual features in the text.

  • Uses some appropriate terminology to describe these features.

  • Discusses how these features are used and combined.

  • Shows some understanding of the ideas they convey.

  • Gives some supporting evidence from the text.



Other assessments coming up this term are:



  • Common skills test in week 6 (based on “Grammar to Go”)

  • Speeches in week 9 and 10 (on a topic of your choice)

Your homework during this unit will be to make sure you are up to date with any notes or activities given out in class; if you miss anything, check the wiki (hillcresthighenglish.wikispaces.com) to catch up. You should also be working through exercises from “Grammar to Go.”

Appearance and Reality
This term we are studying the film “10 Things I Hate About You”, directed by Gil Junger. A main theme is appearance and reality.
You will have to write an essay about an aspect of the film in the exam at the end of the year. To prepare for this, there is a test in week 5 based on the film. You will be marked on viewing skills:


Excellence


  • Identifies important verbal/visual features in the text.

  • Uses appropriate terminology to explain these features.

  • Explains how and why these features combine for particular effects.

  • Shows a response to the ideas they convey.

  • Gives detailed supporting evidence from the text.




Merit


  • Identifies important verbal/visual features in the text.

  • Uses some appropriate terminology to explain these features.

  • Describes the purpose and effects created by these features.

  • Shows some response to the ideas they convey.

  • Gives supporting evidence from the text.




Achieved


  • Identifies important verbal/visual features in the text.

  • Uses some appropriate terminology to describe these features.

  • Discusses how these features are used and combined.

  • Shows some understanding of the ideas they convey.

  • Gives some supporting evidence from the text.



Other assessments coming up this term are:



  • Common skills test in week 6 (based on “Grammar to Go”)

  • Speeches in week 9 and 10 (on a topic of your choice)


Your homework during this unit will be to make sure you are up to date with any notes or activities given out in class; if you miss anything, check the wiki (hillcresthighenglish.wikispaces.com) to catch up. You should also be working through exercises from “Grammar to Go.”


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