Modern Greek / Year 9 and 10 / Communicating / Informing

Curriculum content descriptions

Adapt and present information and ideas on a variety of topics using presentation modes selected to suit different audiences and to achieve specific purposes

[Key concepts: content, audience, mode; Key processes: selecting, designing, presenting]


  • expressing opinions on an event or performance, such as a contemporary Greek film or a Karagiozi theatre performance
  • presenting information in different formats, such as captioned photographs, digital presentation or emails, on cultural events, for example, an Antipodes festival/Glendi, traditional dance performances and costumes
  • explaining a Greek custom or practice to an Australian audience, for example, Απόκριες, using simple language and supporting graphics, materials and gestures
  • creating persuasive texts, such as brochures or video clips, for example, to encourage people from the wider community to attend a cultural event or to recycle waste containers and materials
  • conveying information in texts, such as brochures, notices, cartoons, video clips, to introduce and explain aspects of Greek art, history and culture and their influence, for example, the Hippocratic Oath, the snakes and staff symbol relating to medicine, and structures such as the Shrine of Remembrance
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Intercultural understanding Intercultural understanding
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
  • ICT capability Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability
Cross-curriculum priorities
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