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The C List - Key Terms

Emotive language = charged with emotion

Figurative language = comparrison

Anecdote = short account

Minor sentences = irregular sentences

Rhetorical question = does not need an answer

Slogan = something to advertise

Pun = word play

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The C List - Key Terms (continued)

Repetition = something wrote more than once

Direct Address = name of person being spoken to

Triplets = three of something

Connectives = word to link two sentences

Imperatives = expression of a command

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The A/A* List - Key Terms

Anaphora = rhetorical device

Parallelism = balance of two words

Allusion = reference to something

Passives = the tone of something

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The A/A* List - Key Terms (continued)

Modals = special verbs

Irony = conveys the oppersite

Colloquialism = expression

Impersonal Construction = clausal construction

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Paper 1 section A advice

Close read the questions first --->

Continuously read the text --->

Close read the questions again --->

Skim and scan the text again --->

Write your answer!

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Presenational Features

- Bullet Points

- Logos

- Images

- Slogan

- Use of Colour

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Presenational Features (continued)

- Fonts and Captions

- Charts and Diagrams

- Headings and Subheadings

- Graphics, Cartoons, Bubbles, etc

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Write to Persuade - Key Features

- repetition

- figurative language

- emotive language

- rhetorical questions

- triplets

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Write to Persuade - Key Features (continued)

- anaphora and parallelism

- imperatives

- pronouns

- direct address

- minor sentences

- modals

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Persuasive Texts

Negative Message

---> Turning Point

---> Positive Message

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What you have to do? Section A

Purpose = what is the writer trying to make the audience think/feel?

Audience = who is the text aimed at?

Language = how does the style of language fit the audience and purpose?

Layout = how does the layouit and presentation help organise the flow of ideas in the text?

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