Outcome Analyse how the meaning of a text changes when interpreted in a different medium. Mark range



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Name: ______________________________ Teacher: MMG COR MCS b9 English - AELP


Romeo and Juliet
Text Analysis Essay

Outcome

Analyse how the meaning of a text changes when interpreted in a different medium.



MARK RANGE

DESCRIPTOR: typical performance in each range

33–40 marks

Thorough and complex understanding of the ways in which meaning is constructed. Comprehensive knowledge of both the original and transformed texts. Excellent use of language. Sophisticated analysis of the ways in which meaning is altered when the text is transformed. Considered selection and highly-effective use of textual evidence to support an interpretation. Highly-expressive and coherent development of ideas.

25–32 marks

Thorough understanding of the ways in which meaning is constructed. Detailed knowledge of both the original and transformed texts. Very good use of language. Insightful analysis of the ways in which meaning is altered when the text is transformed. Careful selection and effective use of textual evidence to support an interpretation. Expressive and coherent development of ideas.

17–24 marks

Some understanding of the ways in which meaning is constructed. Sound knowledge of both the original and transformed texts. Appropriate use of language. Some analysis of the ways in which meaning is altered when the text is transformed. Relevant selection and use of textual evidence to support an interpretation. Clear and coherent development of ideas.

9–16 marks

Some awareness of the ways in which meaning is constructed. Some knowledge of the both the original and/or transformed texts. Some use of relevant language. Limited discussion of the ways in which meaning is altered when the text is transformed. Some relevant selection and/or use of textual evidence to support an interpretation. Clear expression of ideas.

1–8 marks

Limited awareness of the ways in which meaning is constructed. Limited knowledge of the original and/or transformed texts. Little use of relevant language. Little or no identification of the ways in which meaning is altered when the text is transformed. Limited selection and/or use of textual evidence to support an interpretation. Simple expression of ideas.


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