0.1.1 Course content and connections to the DP core0.1.2 Assessment overview0.1.3 Understanding the criteria0.1.4 Learning outcomes
0.2.1 Communication theory0.2.2 Three ways to read0.2.3 Applying Bloom's Taxonomy0.2.4 Text types and stylistic features
0.3.1 Approaches to teaching0.3.2 Building meaningful units0.3.3 Putting it all together0.3.4 Sample course overview
3.1.1 Contexts of composition and interpretation (Chronicle of a Death Foretold)3.1.2 Dominant, alternative and resistant readings (Disgrace)3.1.3 Marxist, feminist and psychoanalytical readings (The Grass is Singing)
3.2.1 The author's intention (The Crucible & Persepolis)
3.3.1 Selecting works
4.4.1 Discussion carousel4.4.2 Bull's-eye discussion4.4.3 See, think, wonder4.4.4 Chopping it up
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