Students will use the descriptive language provided to create an image of a setting in the text 'Blueback'.
This lesson is part of a unit of work on the text Blueback. It assumes some previous study of the text has already been completed. View the full Unit here.
Students could use any medium to create their artwork.
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Western Australian curriculum
|English||Language||Expressing and developing ideas||ACELA1512, ACELA1525|
|English||Literature||Literature and context||ACELT1613|
|English||Literature||Responding to literature||ACELT1621|
|The arts||Visual arts||Making||ACAVAM115, ACAVAM116|
- Revisit some of the imagery discussed in the Lesson: The language of Winton.
- Ask students to use the language to guide an artwork of a setting within the text – students may choose Longboat Bay, Mad Macka’s boat, Abel’s mothers property or underwater with Blueback.
- When artworks are complete, ask students to share the descriptions from the text that guided their work.