Turkish / Year 9 and 10 / Communicating / Creating

Curriculum content descriptions

Create imaginative texts in different modes and formats to entertain, convey ideas and express emotions for particular audiences

[Key concepts: adaptation, audience, characterisation, context; Key processes: creating, adapting, performing; Key text types: poems, stories, songs, skits]


  • working together to create imagined scenarios that involve contemporary versions of characters or events encountered in traditional Turkish literature or songs, such as Keloğlan Avustralya’da
  • creating stories about a fantasy character or context, using descriptive and expressive language suitable to engage younger learners
  • selecting an imaginative text that they enjoy, for example, an excerpt from a novel such as Çalıkuşu or a poem such as İstanbul’u Düşünüyorum, and adapting it to a different text genre, such as a rap or children’s story
  • creating and performing skits that respond to stimulus themes and involve characterisation, context and dramatic tension, for example, kuşak çatışması, zeka oyunları, aile problemleri, bağımlılık
  • using digital resources such as Cartoon Story Maker to create imaginary characters in familiar situations associated with school or home contexts to entertain young learners
  • creating riddles to compete with and entertain each other, imitating the use of rhythm, rhyme and metaphor exemplified in riddles from traditional folktales
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Intercultural understanding Intercultural understanding
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
ScOT terms

Turkish language

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