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Analysing Characterisation, Voice and Transformation in Patrick Ness's A Monster Calls Unit of Work - NSW English Syllabus

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  • For years 7-8

    Suitable for NSW English Syllabus K-10 for the Australian Curriculum 

    This unit of work focuses on a study of A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness to develop skills in analysing and writing about how the author uses characterisation, voice and transformation to tell an engaging and meaningful story. The unit is framed by the idea of ‘facing fears’. Students will reflect on their own fears and hopes and create texts that challenge their own assumptions about themselves. Students will write and deliver a speech about how the author uses characterisation, voice and transformation to create a compelling story.

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Analysing Characterisation, Voice and Transformation in Patrick Ness's A Monster Calls Unit of Work - NSW English Syllabus
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