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Belonging

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Miss Kitson

on 4 December 2012

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Transcript of Belonging

Belonging Or not... Area of Study: Belonging Students will explore the ways
in which the concept of belonging,
or of not belonging, is represented
in and through texts. As You Like It: William Shakespeare Introducing the Prescribed Text A sense of belonging can emerge from the connections made with people, places, groups, communities and the larger world.

Aspects of belonging can be considered in terms of experiences and notions of identity, relationships, acceptance and understanding. Related Texts

A sense of not belonging is created when
people are prevented from making these connections, Belonging A sense of belonging is created through connections an individual makes with people, places, groups, communities and the world. Not Belonging Vocabulary Negative Positive Rosalind tries to belong to the forest community by disguising herself as a man (Ganymede), she then pretends to be a Rosalind for the love-sick Orlando as part of her love-game. Example: An Element of Belonging Examples Shaun Tan - The Red Tree, The Arrival (picture books), The Lost Thing (picture book or short film)
Tropic Thunder (film)
Gran Torino (film)
The Catcher in the Rye (novel)
To Kill a Mockingbird (novel 0r film)
The Big Little Book of Happy Sadness (picture book)
Keane - 'Somewhere Only We Know' (song) Relationship Diagram Groups OR Friends Cultural Group Neighbours Siblings, parents, cousins, grandparents Heritage,
lineage. Connected by a sense of acceptance and love Belonging Family USING A STIMULUS Describe how the image depicts the ideas of belonging or not belonging. 2010 HSC Paper 1 Provide characteristics and features what techniques does the composer use to convey their ideas? similar beliefs, attitudes, values connected by birth Religion Home Country Interests Personalities School Community Places Memories Significant
experiences Patriotism Get
married Cousins Father/
Daughter Father/
Daughter Brothers Brothers Get
married By: Samantha Kitson
& Sneha Singh References Posted on WebCT Disguise and affected identities can outwardly make you appear to belong, but that does not necessarily mean you personally feel accepted. Using one of these videos, identify an element of belonging that has a connection to the prescribed text: As You Like It. With reference to both texts, explain this connection and how it is conveyed. Activity Example
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