1. We're watching you - Narrative: 1984
2. Nuclear fallout - Diary: 'A messij 2 the reeda'
3. A desperate crime - Recount: 'Women blamed for robberies'
4. Dear Editor - Letter to the editor: Stone the crowe
5. 'Metabolise' to 'meteor' - Dictionary: The Pocket Oxford Australian Dictionary
6. Active Audience - Script: Greeheart and the Dragon Pullutant
7. Science experiement - Procedure: Chemical activity in metals
8. All that glitters... - Explanation: Metals
9. A long way from home - Narrative: The 'Meteor'
10. Border Control - Advertisement: Biosecurity
11. A modern classic - Book review: To Kill a Mockingbird
12. Survival of the Fittest - Description: No Mean Feet
13. Poem: 'Milking Before Dawn'
14. The Middle Ages - Report: A Short History of the World
15. Another continent - Map: South America
16. Living and dying - Graph: 2001 World birth and death rates
17. Compulsory counting - Explanation: NZ Census Guide Notes
18. Shame! - Narrative: Friday Night Out
19. Give blood - Advertisement: Blood Service
20. Ring, ring - Argument: Mobile mania
21. The blood machine - Instructions: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
22. The woes of shopping - Discussion: Plastic Bags
23. Hunters, beware! - Cartoon: Duck shooting
24. A new milkshake - Newspaper article: Spiked milk
25. Clever Pets - Magazine article: 'How do pets know...'
26. At the gym - Timetable: Workout timetable
27. An awkward situation - Narrative: 'The kissing game'
28. Jet Careers - Interview: Fly Girl
29. A hobbit's world - Film review: 'Tolkien's tower tops'
30. Selling your skills - Interview: Job hunting
31. Dear principal - Letter of complaint: Student conduct
32. Chinese tonight - Menu: The wok restaurant
33. A family meal: - Recipe: Spaghetti bolognaise
34. All that glitters is not gold - Speech
Hidden depths – provides creative, critical or high-order thinking questions. Students will need to respond to this section as individuals and be prepared to justify their response
Extend yourself- these are more open-ended questions that provide a range of opportunities for students to respond to the text at a deeper level by writing, viewing, listening and speaking
On the surface – basic literal questions that students should be able to find the answers to clearly written in the text
Discoveries – questions about the purpose, structure and features of the text. Students will need to focus on the intended audience, the language and the way the text has been constructed
Delivering more deeply – provides inferential or interpretative questions. Students will have to use their own knowledge and thinking, as well as information from the text to answer questions in this section.