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  • Created on: 27-08-15 17:12

Question 2



-source sugestion

-what it shows

-graphical design(what is used for a effect)

-context (publisher + time)

Question 2 uses two key factors instead of inferences.These are purpose and portrayal.The portrayal is what is being shown to you (is carbolic spray being shown as good or bad.) and purpose is the reason why something is portrayed that way(to show why the publisher wants to make something seem good.)The best way to answer this question is by using the structure above but thinking of portrayal first.That way you know what the source is showing and by using the context you can give reasoning on the things you explained from the other stages.A different way of seeing it is by the 5w's.The portrayal as what,the purpose as why,the source what it shows and GD as how,and the context as who and when.This may make it easier to seperate your paragraphs in to a well structured explanation.

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question 3


-what your view is

-point from source

-how it backs up your view

-point from your own knowledge

-how it backs up your view

Question 3 is about answering a question based on how effective something was or why something was not effective.If the question is like the first one always start with saying HOW effective or uneffective it is.That is the important stament you need to emphasis on with your later points.The difficulty of this question comes from the the points you have to make.The source point needs to have something you can explain to get more detail.It is better to think of possibly more then one point if the first one you made didn't have much to say about.Your own knowledge point has more potential for easily relating it to your view and backing up why.However, the point needs to be straightforward to make your point more percise instead of having to explain and waste more time.

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