Year 10 English Composition Project

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This is the project outline given to students for the ECP.

This is the project outline given to students for the ECP.

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  • 1. All throughout the year your study of English has Research:been controlled by your English teacher: what texts establish a driving question for your projectyou read or viewed and what texts you wrote or research the central concept of your composition research the features, structures, conventions of yourcreated. Well, that’s all about to change. This project chosen formputs you in the hot seat as you finally get to compose research your chosen audience: their needs, interests,in a form you love about ideas that interest YOU! expectations PLUS possible publication avenuesThat’s right … over the next seven weeks you will be find an expert mentor to support you through thea poet, playwright, filmmaker, journalist, composition processdocumentary-maker, blogger, poet, speechwriter,author, critic or essayist! Note: the research process will be recorded in your Process Journal – this may be digital or paper. Compose: Some of the things you will learn: 3000 word composition: this can be a collection of research skills shorter pieces (poets, bloggers, playwright, the joys and challenges of the composition journalists, speech-writers, authors, essayists) OR a 5 process minute short-film (film-makers) OR a 5 minute features and structures of your selected form documentary (documentary-makers) how to manage your time and work to a 700 word process reflection deadline Share: presentation skills seek publication for your work (include creative thinking rejection/acceptance letters in your portfolio) critical thinking present your composition at the ‘Publish or Perish?’ persistence showcase in Week 9, Term4