Super stories: verbs and adverbs: assessment: teacher guide


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Super stories: verbs and adverbs: assessment (L8469)
Description Assess your ability to choose effective verbs, adverbs and illustrations to increase the impact of a horror story and make it scarier. Explain the reason behind some of your choices.
Year level/s 5–7
Learning objectives
  • Students relate the nature and strength of evaluative stance in texts to language and multimodal choices.
  • Students use grammatical forms such as verbs and adverbs to evoke an emotional response from readers of a horror story.
  • Students analyse how particular language choices can give more or less emphasis, intensity, force or focus to evaluations.
  • Students investigate how images influence the reader to adopt certain evaluative positions about a text.
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