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Name 7 Narrative Conventions
Plot, Settting, Characterisation, Issue, Theme, Mood, Point of View
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Written Persuasive Techniques
Anedote, Analogy, Rule of three, Repetition, Clichè, Rhetorical question, Connotation, Denotation, Expert opinion, Facts and statistics, Hyperbole, Denigration, Inclusive language, 2nd Person POV
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What is a Anecdote?
A personal story
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What is a Analogy?
Talking about one thing but meaning another
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What is the Rule of three?
Three adjectives or words to empathise an idea
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What is repretition?
Saying a word/phrase over and over again
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What is a Clichè?
An overused statement or phrase
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What is a Rhetorical question?
A tactical question used to force readers to consider certain ideas
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What is Connotation?
Words which we associate additional meanings/feelings
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What is Denotation?
Words that are blunt and direct with no additional meaning
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What is a Expert Opinion?
Evidence-based arguement (given the expert is credible)
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Facts and Statistics
Creates an evidence based arguement
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What is a Hyperbole?
To over-exaggerate an idea/something
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What is denigration?
To put someone/something down
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What is Inclusive lanaguage?
Words such as 'we','us' and 'our' including the reader
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What is 2nd person point of view?
The word 'you', addresses the reader directly and can be confronting
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Figurative language techniques
Alliteration, Sensory language, Metaphor, Simile, Onomatopoeia, Personification, Anthopomorphism, Oxymoran, Symbol, Imagery, Idiom, Allusion
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What is Alliteration?
Repetition of the same consonant letter
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What is sensory language?
Appeals to the five senses
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What is a metaphor?
Calling oen thing something else
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What is a Simile?
Uses the words 'like' or 'as' e.g. 'Her hair was like silk'
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What is onomatopoeia?
Two contradicting terms placed together e.g. 'wise fool', 'taste the rainbow'
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What is a symbol?
An object that holds multiple or alternative meanings
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What is Imagery?
Language that incorporates vivid descriptions of settings & characters to create a picture in the readers mind
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What does Idiom mean?
Sayings that do not make literal, logical or grammatical sense out of context e.g. Sick as a dog
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What is a Allusion?
Reference to a well-known person, place or thing in history
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What are the visual conventions?
SYMBOLIC- Sterotypes, costumes/clothing, colours, objects, props. WRITTEN- Inclusive language, emotive language, sensory language, alliteration.TECHNICAL - Framing, camera shot, camera angles, saturation, rule of thirds, focus/blur, focal point
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ESSAY STRUCTURE
Statement of intent, Introduction, Body paragraphs, Conclusion,
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What is in the statement of intent?
Purpose, Audience, Context
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What is in the introduction?
Hook, nutshell, thesis
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What is in your thesis?
Text (What book/film).. active verb (uses)... Chronological jargon (3 techniques) .... contention (what those 3 techniques do)
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What is in your body paragraphs?
Topic sentence, Example, Explain, Link --> TEEL
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What is in your conclusion?
Answer the question again, summarise your body paragraphs, end with a thought, quote or rhetorical question
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QUOTE FROM NEIGHBOURS BY TIM WINTON
The young women felt flattered, claustrophobic, grateful, peeved
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QUOTE FROM NEIGHBOURS BY TIM WINTON
It took six months for the new comers to comprehend the fact that their neighbours wern't murdering eachother, merely talking
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QUOTE FROM NEIGHBOURS BY TIM WINTON
The Macedonian family waved and called out what sounded like their best wishes
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QUOTE FROM SLUMMING IT
I don't know how people live like this
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QUOTE FROM SLUMMING IT
poo is just poor, but there is toxic goo everywhere
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QUOTE FROM SLUMMING IT
This is disgusting, but these people seem happy which I do not understand
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QUOTE FROM JASPER JONES
His teammates. In unison those belligerent bastards, yelling, “Shot, Cong!” across the field, at once turning an insult into a nickname
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QUOTE FROM JASPER JONES
But Jasper Jones has to keep that poker face. He has to throw that cloak over his heart. I wonder how much of Jasper’s life is spent pretending his doesn’t give a ****.
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QUOTE FROM JASPER JONES
He’s the rotten model that parents hold aloft as a warning: This is how you’ll end up if you’re disobedient.
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Define attitudes
Attitudes are like opinions, for example a disapproving attitide
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Define Values
Values are the things we believe in, the concepts or ideas we hold dear- we place value on them. for example The values promoted by teh writer of Neighbousr are those which prize diversity, difference and tolerance.
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What are language features
Sentence strcuture, Vocab, Figurative language, Framing, Camera angles
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What is Cinematography?
amera shots, camera angles, camera movement and lighting
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List the Symbolic codes
Symbolic: Sterotypes, Costume/clothing, body language, hand gestures, eye contact, gaze, stance, colours, objects, props, setting, juxtaposition, proximity, lighting (natural/artificial)
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List the Written codes
Colloquial/Vernacular language, inclusive language, emotive language, sensory language, connotation, denotation, alliteration etc
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List the Technicial codes
Framing, camera shot, camera angle, focal point, foreground, middle-ground, background, rule of thirds, saturation, focus/blur
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