• collaborating with peers to create their own dramatic or humorous representations of people, situations or events encountered in their own lives
  • using aspects of texts in imaginative recreations, for example by re-situating a character from a contemporary text in a new situation
  • creating a rap or skit, including in digital formats, to perform to their peers that provides commentary on a local social, environmental or community issue that is important to them
  • creating and performing sketches that involve characterisation, context and dramatic tension, for example, interviewing a celebrity or sports star, or appearing on a television show
  • composing, performing or presenting songs, jingles or advertisements to create new interest in existing or imagined situations, services or products
  • creating own art work (visual and performing) to convey a message, using selected arts elements, visual design and conventions as appropriate
  • taking on the role of a character from a contemporary story and responding to questions in-role, or interviewing a character from a contemporary story
  • creating and presenting a radio segment for a community radio station, for example, an imaginary broadcast of a footy match, an interview with a sports star or celebrity, a community news or events flash
  • composing expressive texts such as protest statements, personal letters or persuasive speeches that require careful use of emotive or powerful language, noticing how they select language or imagery and the basis for this selection
  • creating a short visual text of an aspect of Country/Place, accompanied by a sound track containing music and sound effects from the region
  • developing storylines, characters and settings that explore themes or concepts that are relevant to their own social worlds