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Henry Lawson's short stories. Student book

Bosco, Emily, 1983-2020
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Henry Lawson Short Stories Student Book is a study of the prescribed Henry Lawson short stories, along with several other poems and prose texts. It has been designed to fulfil the requirements of the NSW Stage 6 English Year 12 Standard Module A: Language, Identity and Culture. Students have the opportunity to engage in an enjoyable and detailed study of the ways different authors use language to reflect and shape individual and collective identity. Students will engage in close reading of the prescribed short stories of Henry Lawson: ‘The Drover’s Wife’ ‘The Union Buries Its Dead’ ‘Shooting the Moon’ ‘Our Pipes’ ‘The Loaded Dog’ Alongside the following texts: Kate Tempest’s ‘My Shakespeare’ Louisa Lawson’s ‘Boycotting the Dawn’ A.B. Paterson’s ‘The Man from Ironbark’ To develop their knowledge of how language can be used to affirm, challenge, or disrupt dominant assumptions about identity and culture.
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