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1 What makes a good picture book?

2 Outcomes being assessed u A student uses language appropriate to situations, purposes and contexts. u A student responds to and composes texts for pleasure and appreciation.

3 What makes a good picture book? Pre-test activity This activity is designed to provide me with a rough idea of your knowledge of picture books in general, literary theory and picture book design. By giving you this task before we begin the unit, changes can easily be made if you show evidence of prior learning. Please give this task your best shot. It is important that you complete the task on your own. A mark will not be recorded at this stage.

4 pre-test Define the following terms: u binary oppositions u intertextual references u closure u ideology u left to right orientation u focalisation

5 What are the attributes of a good picture book? u appropriate vocabulary u clear text (font) u clear storyline u developed characters u use of colour in pictures u humour u a moral u variety of frames

6 Students listen to and view picture books with a variety of visual and literary techniques

7 Intertextuality

8 Copyright © 1993 Vivian French Illustrations ©1993 John Prater From “Once Upon A Time” by Vivian French & illustrated by John Prater Reproduced by permission of Walker Books Ltd, London SE11 5HJ

9 Copyright © 1993 Vivian French Illustrations ©1993 John Prater From “Once Upon A Time” by Vivian French & illustrated by John Prater Reproduced by permission of Walker Books Ltd, London SE11 5HJ

10 Binary opposition

11 From Uncle David by Libby Gleeson and Armin Greder Text copyright © Libby Gleeson 1992 Illustrations copyright © Armin Greder 1992 First published by Scholastic Australia Pty Limited 1992 Reproduced by permission of Scholastic Australia Pty Limited

12 From Uncle David by Libby Gleeson and Armin Greder Text copyright © Libby Gleeson 1992 Illustrations copyright © Armin Greder 1992 First published by Scholastic Australia Pty Limited 1992 Reproduced by permission of Scholastic Australia Pty Limited

13 Appropriation

14 C Copyright ©2000 Anthony Browne From “Willy’s Pictures” by Anthony Browne Reproduced by permission of Walker Books Ltd, London SE11 5HJ

15 Copyright ©2000 Anthony Browne From “Willy’s Pictures” by Anthony Browne Reproduced by permission of Walker Books Ltd, London SE11 5HJ

16 Point of view

17 From The Great Bear by Libby Gleeson and Armin Greder Text copyright © Libby Gleeson 1999 Illustrations copyright © Armin Greder 1999 First published by Scholastic Australia Pty Limited 1999 Reproduced by permission of Scholastic Australia Pty Limited

18 Students storyboard a Gary Crew extract and prepare two illustrations.

19 Students view the published version of Old Ridley. Reproduced with permission from Old Ridley by Gary Crew and illustrated by Marc McBride, Hachette Livre Australia, 2002 (formerly Hodder Headline).

20 Reproduced with permission from Old Ridley by Gary Crew and illustrated by Marc McBride, Hachette Livre Australia, 2002 (formerly Hodder Headline).

21 Students design their own picture book which must include: u A concept of personal best u The visual & literary techniques discussed in class

22 This unit leads into the teams’ units: Celebration: A focus on personal best

23 The big picture This work leads to school Certificate and HSC work

24 Reproduced with permission for front cover from When the wind blows by Raymond Briggs (Hamish Hamilton, 1982) copyright © Raymond Briggs, 1982, Penguin Books Ltd.When the wind blows


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