Crime Fiction

Wide reading PechaKucha

Task Description:
You are required to present a 1-3 minute PechaKucha PowerPoint about the novel you have read for wide reading. A PechaKucha is a type of PowerPoint presentation in which 10 slides are shown for 10 to 20 seconds. Unlike a normal PowerPoint, which uses visuals and text, a PechaKucha only uses 1 visual per slide. The speaker is able to use the slides as a prompt, speaking for roughly 10 to 20 seconds on each slide. You will be stopped at 3 minutes. Your speech should contain the following:

• A brief synopsis of the novel
• A description of how the novel conforms to the conventions of crime fiction
• An explanation of the key themes in the novel
• An analysis of the composer’s writing and the ways in which they have used language forms and features to express the particular values
• An evaluation of the novel and whether you would recommend it for other readers
• Carefully selected visuals to accompany your oration

Criteria Mark
• Explains how the novel conforms to the conventions of crime fiction, showing a sophisticated understanding of the genre.
• Demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of how language features, forms and structures express values in the chosen text.
• Engages the audience using highly expressive volume, stress, intonation and pronunciation in good time 13-15
• Explains how the novel conforms to conventions of crime fiction to showing a well-developed understanding of the genre.
• Demonstrates a well-developed understanding of how language features, forms and structures express values in the chosen text.
• Engages the audience using expressive volume, stress, intonation and pronunciation in good time 10-12
• Explains how the novel conforms to theconventions of crime fiction to show some understanding of the genre.
• Demonstrates understanding of how language features, forms and structures express values in the chosen text.
• uses appropriate volume, stress, intonation and pronunciation in good time 7-9
• Identifies some conventions of crime fiction in text.
• Demonstrates limited understanding of how language features, forms and structures express values in the chosen text.
• Uses developing volume, stress, intonation and pronunciation. Time may be over or under. 4-6
• Is unable to identify the conventions of crime fiction in text.
• Demonstrates no reference to values in the chosen text.
• Volume, stress, intonation and pronunciation not appropriate. Time is over or under. 1-3

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