how features effect the reader

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Repetition
Draws attention to and emphasisies the idea/word/concept. Highlights the importance
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Personification
Often makes the reader feel inquisitive
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Imperative
Forces the reader to take action, and can also be persuasive at the same time. Makes the reader feel guility
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Metaphor
Used to create a strong image in the readers mind.
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Rhetorical question
Used to make the reader think about the possible anwser and involve them in the text.
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Simile
Used to create an imaginative thought of what is being described
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Pun
They make the situation humerous whilst showing the intended purpose.
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Hyperbole
When the piece of wrting states something is 'the best'
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Alliteration
Used for dramatic effect
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Irony
Usually intended to be humerous, dramtic or tragic.
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Card 2

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Often makes the reader feel inquisitive

Back

Personification

Card 3

Front

Forces the reader to take action, and can also be persuasive at the same time. Makes the reader feel guility

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Used to create a strong image in the readers mind.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Used to make the reader think about the possible anwser and involve them in the text.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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