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Module C: Texts and Society
How Books Can Open Your Mind
Lisa Bu
Remember the Titans
Cats in the Cradle by Harry Chapin
A Mandatory Transition
A Community in Transition
Individuals in Transition
Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf

HSC English course requirements
HSC English (Standard) course requirements
Text Requirements:
…at least FOUR TYPES OF PRESCRIBED TEXT …from EACH…
Prose fiction
Drama
Poetry
Nonfiction or film or media or multimendia texts
A wide range of additional related texts and textual forms






Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (1999) NSW, English Stage 6 Syllabus: Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/syllabus2000_liste.html

1. The Higher School Certificate Program of Study
2. Rational for English in Stage 6 Curriculum
“The study of English is central to the learning and development of students in NSW and is the mandatory Stage 6 curriculum” (BoS. 1999. p.6)
3. Aim
“…students …enjoy and value …textual forms …thoughtful, imaginative and effective communicators in a diverse and changing society” (BoS. 1999. p.7)
4. The Study of English
“Meaning is central to the study of English” (BoS. 1999. p.7)
5. Key Terms in the Study of English
Responding, Composing, Texts, Contexts, Language modes, Language forms and features, Structure of texts
6. Continuum of Learning for English Stage 6 Students
7. The English Stage 6 Candidature
English (Standard)
“…students …enhance their personal, social and vocational lives …respond to and compose …texts …in order to be effective, creative and confident communicators” (BoS. 1999. p.12)
8. Overview of English Stage 6





Explain the Module and Elective



Uncultured to cultured

http://youtu.be/rWWULKZB-Y8








Explore Educating Rita in the Context of Transitions

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf

Standard, Module C: Texts and Society
Elective 2: Exploring Transitions
Students will choose one of the following texts as the basis for their further exploration of this elective.
Prose fiction
• Burke, JC, The Story of Tom Brennan

or
Drama
• Russell, Willy, Educating Rita
• Valentine, Alana, Shafana and Aunt Sarrinah

or
Poetry
• Herrick, Steven, The Simple Gift

or
Nonfiction (nf) or film (f)
• Pung, Alice, Unpolished Gem (nf)
• Daldry, Stephen, Billy Elliot (f)

Specific editions of the set texts are listed at the end of this document. If the specified edition is unavailable, however, schools may use any suitable edition of the text selected. Where a text is quoted in an examination question, it will be from the listed edition. (BoS. 2014. p.15)



Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf


Standard, Module C: Texts and Society

Elective 2: Exploring Transitions
In this elective, students explore and analyse a variety of texts that portray the ways in which individuals experience transitions into new phases of life and social contexts. These transitions may be challenging, confronting, exciting or transformative and may result in growth, change and a range of consequences for the individual and others. Through exploring their prescribed text and other related texts of their own choosing, students consider how transitions can result in new knowledge and ideas, shifts in attitudes and beliefs, and a deepened understanding of the self and others. Students respond to and compose a range of texts that expand our understanding of the experience of venturing into new worlds.




Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf

Electives and texts for the English (Standard) course

Module A: Experience Through Language
Elective 1: Distinctive Voices
Elective 2: Distinctively Visual

Module B: Close Study of Text
(NB: no electives)

Module C: Texts and Society
Elective 1: Exploring Interactions
Elective 2: Exploring Transitions





Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (1999) NSW, English Stage 6 Syllabus: Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/syllabus2000_liste.html


Module C – Texts and Society
“This module requires students to explore and analyse texts used in a specific situation. It assists students’ understanding of the ways that texts communicate information, ideas, bodies of knowledge, attitudes and belief systems in ways particular to specific areas of society.

Electives in this module are designed around a specific social context and the texts that are characteristic of and valued within it. Prescribed texts will be drawn from a variety of professional and social contexts. Students are also required to supplement this study with texts of their own choosing related to the module.

Students explore the role of textual features in the shaping of meaning in specific contexts. They develop the communication skills necessary for a wide variety of personal, social, historical, cultural and workplace contexts. Composition focuses on analysing and experimenting with textual forms characteristic of the specific contexts. These compositions may be realised in a variety of forms and media.” (BoS. 1999. p.32)

Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (1999) NSW, English Stage 6 Syllabus: Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/syllabus2000_liste.html

9.9 HSC English (Standard) Course Content
Common Content – Area of Study

Modules and Electives
“…students must choose one of the prescribed electives from EACH of the HSC modules A, B and C” (BoS. 1999. p.30)

Modules
Module A – Experience Through Language
Module B – Close Study of Text
Module C – Texts and Society

Electives
Integration of modes of reading, writing, listening, speaking, viewing and representing as appropriate
Responding to and composing texts
Integrated study of language and text
Examination of a variety of textual forms


9.10 HSC English (Standard) Course Objectives, Outcomes and Content





Explain the Module and Elective Cont.



Uneducated to educated









Explore Educating Rita in the Context of Transitions

“…the ways in which individuals experience transitions into new phases of life and social contexts…”

“…transitions can result in new knowledge and ideas, shifts in attitudes and beliefs, and a deepened understanding of the self and others”

Uneducated to educated
Working class to middle class
Uncultured to cultured

“…transitions may be challenging, confronting, exciting or transformative and may result in growth, change and a range of consequences”

“…expand our understanding of the experience of venturing into new worlds”.






Explore Educating Rita in the Context of Transitions

Synopsis:

Educating Rita, written by Willy Russell, is a stage play written for two actors set entirely in the office of an Open University lecturer named Frank. Frank is in his fifties and has a significant drinking problem. He is separated from his wife and has a strained relationship with his girlfriend who is an ex-student. Rita (Susan) is 26, a hairdresser, from Liverpool, married to Denny and under pressure to have a baby. Against her husband’s will she decides to transform her life via education (she is also Frank’s first student). Rita’s life transitions, she leaves her husband (moves in with middle-class Trish), leaves her hairdressing career (to work in a trendy Bistro), changes her name back to Susan, attends summer school and she basically becomes cultured and well read. As Rita becomes more educated she also drifts away from Frank (conforms to literary convention, tries to speak in a posh manner and perhaps transitions too far). However, by the end of the play, Rita has an epiphany and wants to let Frank know that he was in fact a good teacher. She finds Frank packing and it becomes apparent that his drinking has got him into trouble one too many times resulting in him being sent to Australia on a two year sabbatical. He asks Rita to go with him and she basically says no. Rita’s education is completed once she realises she has the power to make her own choices - and she chooses herself.







Explore Educating Rita in the Context of Transitions

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf



Russell, Willy
Educating Rita
Longman, 1991, ISBN: 9780582060135
Standard, Module C: Texts and Society,
Elective 2, Exploring Transitions
Drama (BoS. 2014. p.43)






Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf

HSC English course requirements
HSC English (Standard) course requirements
Text Requirements:
…at least FOUR TYPES OF PRESCRIBED TEXT …from EACH…
Prose fiction
Drama
Poetry
Nonfiction or film or media or multimendia texts
A wide range of additional related texts and textual forms







“In order to satisfy course requirements, a different type of prescribed text must be studied in the Area of Study and each of the three modules. Students may study additional prescribed texts if they choose.” (BoS. 2014. p.5)



Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (1999) NSW, English Stage 6 Syllabus: Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/syllabus2000_liste.html

9.8 HSC English (Standard) Course Requirements
“…students reflect on …texts for different audiences and purposes” (BoS. 1999. p.28)

Course Requirements
Text Requirements
…at least FOUR TYPES OF PRESCRIBED TEXT …from EACH…
Prose fiction
Drama
Poetry
Nonfiction or film or media or multimendia texts
…additional related texts and textual forms
…apply to both sections








Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (1999) NSW, English Stage 6 Syllabus: Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/syllabus2000_liste.html

9. English (Standard)
9.1 Structure









9.2 Rationale
9.3 English (Standard) Objectives
9.4 English (Standard) Outcomes
9.5 to 9.7 is concerned with the Preliminary course








Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf






















Area of Study and texts for the common content of Standard and Advanced courses










Explain the Module and Elective Cont.



Working class to middle class











Explore Educating Rita in the Context of Transitions

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf

Electives and texts for the English (Standard) course

Module A: Experience Through Language
Elective 1: Distinctive Voices
Elective 2: Distinctively Visual

Module B: Close Study of Text
(NB: no electives)

Module C: Texts and Society
Elective 1: Exploring Interactions
Elective 2: Exploring Transitions





Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

“…the ways in which individuals experience transitions into new phases of life and social contexts…”

“…transitions can result in new knowledge and ideas, shifts in attitudes and beliefs, and a deepened understanding of the self and others”

Uneducated to educated
Working class to middle class
Uncultured to cultured

“…transitions may be challenging, confronting, exciting or transformative and may result in growth, change and a range of consequences”

“…expand our understanding of the experience of venturing into new worlds”.






Explore Educating Rita in the Context of Transitions

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf

Standard, Module C: Texts and Society
Elective 2: Exploring Transitions
Students will choose one of the following texts as the basis for their further exploration of this elective.
Prose fiction
• Burke, JC, The Story of Tom Brennan

or
Drama
• Russell, Willy, Educating Rita
• Valentine, Alana, Shafana and Aunt Sarrinah

or
Poetry
• Herrick, Steven, The Simple Gift

or
Nonfiction (nf) or film (f)
• Pung, Alice, Unpolished Gem (nf)
• Daldry, Stephen, Billy Elliot (f)

Specific editions of the set texts are listed at the end of this document. If the specified edition is unavailable, however, schools may use any suitable edition of the text selected. Where a text is quoted in an examination question, it will be from the listed edition. (BoS. 2014. p.15)



Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf


Standard, Module C: Texts and Society

Elective 2: Exploring Transitions
In this elective, students explore and analyse a variety of texts that portray the ways in which individuals experience transitions into new phases of life and social contexts. These transitions may be challenging, confronting, exciting or transformative and may result in growth, change and a range of consequences for the individual and others. Through exploring their prescribed text and other related texts of their own choosing, students consider how transitions can result in new knowledge and ideas, shifts in attitudes and beliefs, and a deepened understanding of the self and others. Students respond to and compose a range of texts that expand our understanding of the experience of venturing into new worlds.




Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf

HSC English course requirements
HSC English (Standard) course requirements
Text Requirements:
…at least FOUR TYPES OF PRESCRIBED TEXT …from EACH…
Prose fiction
Drama
Poetry
Nonfiction or film or media or multimendia texts
A wide range of additional related texts and textual forms






Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (1999) NSW, English Stage 6 Syllabus: Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/syllabus2000_liste.html


Module C – Texts and Society
“This module requires students to explore and analyse texts used in a specific situation. It assists students’ understanding of the ways that texts communicate information, ideas, bodies of knowledge, attitudes and belief systems in ways particular to specific areas of society.

Electives in this module are designed around a specific social context and the texts that are characteristic of and valued within it. Prescribed texts will be drawn from a variety of professional and social contexts. Students are also required to supplement this study with texts of their own choosing related to the module.

Students explore the role of textual features in the shaping of meaning in specific contexts. They develop the communication skills necessary for a wide variety of personal, social, historical, cultural and workplace contexts. Composition focuses on analysing and experimenting with textual forms characteristic of the specific contexts. These compositions may be realised in a variety of forms and media.” (BoS. 1999. p.32)

Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (1999) NSW, English Stage 6 Syllabus: Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/syllabus2000_liste.html

9.9 HSC English (Standard) Course Content
Common Content – Area of Study

Modules and Electives
“…students must choose one of the prescribed electives from EACH of the HSC modules A, B and C” (BoS. 1999. p.30)

Modules
Module A – Experience Through Language
Module B – Close Study of Text
Module C – Texts and Society

Electives
Integration of modes of reading, writing, listening, speaking, viewing and representing as appropriate
Responding to and composing texts
Integrated study of language and text
Examination of a variety of textual forms


9.10 HSC English (Standard) Course Objectives, Outcomes and Content





Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (1999) NSW, English Stage 6 Syllabus: Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/syllabus2000_liste.html

1. The Higher School Certificate Program of Study
2. Rational for English in Stage 6 Curriculum
“The study of English is central to the learning and development of students in NSW and is the mandatory Stage 6 curriculum” (BoS. 1999. p.6)
3. Aim
“…students …enjoy and value …textual forms …thoughtful, imaginative and effective communicators in a diverse and changing society” (BoS. 1999. p.7)
4. The Study of English
“Meaning is central to the study of English” (BoS. 1999. p.7)
5. Key Terms in the Study of English
Responding, Composing, Texts, Contexts, Language modes, Language forms and features, Structure of texts
6. Continuum of Learning for English Stage 6 Students
7. The English Stage 6 Candidature
English (Standard)
“…students …enhance their personal, social and vocational lives …respond to and compose …texts …in order to be effective, creative and confident communicators” (BoS. 1999. p.12)
8. Overview of English Stage 6







Uneducated to educated









Explore Educating Rita in the Context of Transitions



Uncultured to cultured

http://youtu.be/rWWULKZB-Y8








Explore Educating Rita in the Context of Transitions

Synopsis:

Educating Rita, written by Willy Russell, is a stage play written for two actors set entirely in the office of an Open University lecturer named Frank. Frank is in his fifties and has a significant drinking problem. He is separated from his wife and has a strained relationship with his girlfriend who is an ex-student. Rita (Susan) is 26, a hairdresser, from Liverpool, married to Denny and under pressure to have a baby. Against her husband’s will she decides to transform her life via education (she is also Frank’s first student). Rita’s life transitions, she leaves her husband (moves in with middle-class Trish), leaves her hairdressing career (to work in a trendy Bistro), changes her name back to Susan, attends summer school and she basically becomes cultured and well read. As Rita becomes more educated she also drifts away from Frank (conforms to literary convention, tries to speak in a posh manner and perhaps transitions too far). However, by the end of the play, Rita has an epiphany and wants to let Frank know that he was in fact a good teacher. She finds Frank packing and it becomes apparent that his drinking has got him into trouble one too many times resulting in him being sent to Australia on a two year sabbatical. He asks Rita to go with him and she basically says no. Rita’s education is completed once she realises she has the power to make her own choices - and she chooses herself.







Explore Educating Rita in the Context of Transitions

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf



Russell, Willy
Educating Rita
Longman, 1991, ISBN: 9780582060135
Standard, Module C: Texts and Society,
Elective 2, Exploring Transitions
Drama (BoS. 2014. p.43)






Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf

HSC English course requirements
HSC English (Standard) course requirements
Text Requirements:
…at least FOUR TYPES OF PRESCRIBED TEXT …from EACH…
Prose fiction
Drama
Poetry
Nonfiction or film or media or multimendia texts
A wide range of additional related texts and textual forms







“In order to satisfy course requirements, a different type of prescribed text must be studied in the Area of Study and each of the three modules. Students may study additional prescribed texts if they choose.” (BoS. 2014. p.5)



Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (1999) NSW, English Stage 6 Syllabus: Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/syllabus2000_liste.html

9.8 HSC English (Standard) Course Requirements
“…students reflect on …texts for different audiences and purposes” (BoS. 1999. p.28)

Course Requirements
Text Requirements
…at least FOUR TYPES OF PRESCRIBED TEXT …from EACH…
Prose fiction
Drama
Poetry
Nonfiction or film or media or multimendia texts
…additional related texts and textual forms
…apply to both sections








Explain the Module and Elective Cont.

Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (1999) NSW, English Stage 6 Syllabus: Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/syllabus2000_liste.html

9. English (Standard)
9.1 Structure









9.2 Rationale
9.3 English (Standard) Objectives
9.4 English (Standard) Outcomes
9.5 to 9.7 is concerned with the Preliminary course








Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards (2014) NSW, English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study Electives and Texts: Higher School Certificate 2015-20. Retrieved from http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/english-prescriptions-2015-20.pdf






















Area of Study and texts for the common content of Standard and Advanced courses










Explain the Module and Elective Cont.



Working class to middle class











Explore Educating Rita in the Context of Transitions

Transitions
Growth: Childhood to adulthood
“people say that it can’t
work - black and white,
well here we make it work,
every day.”
Gary: Listen, I'm Gary, you're Julius. Let's just get some particulars and get this over with.

Julius: Particulars? Man, no matter what I tell you, you ain't never gonna know nothing about me.”
Gary: I was afraid of you, Julius. I only saw what I was afraid of, and now I know I was only hating my brother.

Julius: I'll tell you what, though. Um, when all this is over... me and you are gonna move out to the same neighborhood together. OK? And, um... and we'll get old, and we'll get fat. And there ain't gonna be all this black-white between us
It’s like Trish, you know,
I thought she was so
cool and together,
I got home last night,
she’d tried to top herself
"The cats in the cradle
and the silver spoon
Little boy blue and
the man on the moon"

Theme:
LOSS, NEGLECT, TRANSITION OF TIME, FATHER LIKE SON
I was afraid that for the rest of my life some second-class happiness would be the best I could hope for.
The CHOICE to move forward and create new experiences through learning is paramount.

Rita and Lisa engage and enact their transformations through their own initiative and desire.
Books have given me a magic portal to connect with people of the past and the present.


I know I shall never feel lonely or powerless again.
So because of books, I'm here today, happy, living again with a purpose and a clarity, most of the time.
Transition of priorities
In text DIALOGUE
creates
IMAGERY

and clearly
emphasizes the
disconnection
between the two.
Perceptions: Fathers perception
"Child," "Son," "Man."
"As I hung up the phone it occurred to me he'd grown up
just like me
"
VOID
LOSS of father-son relationship
Completes transition - Independent
symbolism
CONNECTION TO "EDUCATING RITA"
"We're gonna have a good time then"
?
Perceptions
Transition of time
IN CLASS ACTIVITIES
IN CLASS ACTIVITIES
http://goanimate.com/videomaker
Potential Activities:

Students create a mind map connecting key terms from the talk to key terms from Educating Rita.

Students construct a fictional scenario where a failed dream led to an unexpectedly good outcome.

Being open to change is an important part of adapting to new situations - list some of the positive qualities the person beside you has which may help them adapt to transitions.

Potential DISCUSSION:

Do you have a dream?
What might you do if your dream doesn't come true?
What obstacles may arise to affect passion, dreams or future prospects?
How do Rita and Lisa Bu fight their social influences to achieve their goals?

Thank You for Listening!
Syllabus Outcomes
5. A student analyses the effect of technology
and medium on meaning.

8.A student articulates and represents own
ideas in critical, interpretive and imaginative
texts from a range of perspectives.
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