Reading Multi-Modal

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  • Created on: 05-04-16 19:42
Alliteration
Repeating sounds for effect
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Article
Non-fiction writing in a newspaper or magazine
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Bias
Use of words or phrases that deliberately present a one-sided view; language used deliberately to make you agree with the view the writer is putting foward
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Bullet points
Way of highlighting key points
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Caption
Information under a photograph or image
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Content
What the text is about
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Emotive Language
Words or phrases that appeal to your feelings
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Fact
Something that can be proved
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Formal
Official style of writing
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Headline
Large text introducing an article
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Informal
Chatty or casual style of writing
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Layout
How a text is laid out on the page
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Logo
Easily recognisable company design, e.g. the Nike tick
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Masthead
Name of the newspaper on the front page
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Opinion
Personal point of view
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Photographs
These may be long-distance shots or close-ups. They are used for effect: to show what a place looks like or to create drama, emotion, ect.
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Presentational Devices
Ways of presenting things on a page
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Pun
A play on words for humorous effect
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Repetition
When a word or phrase is repeated for effect
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Representation
How a group, person or place is presented by the media
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Rhetorical Question
Question asked for effect rather than expecting an answer
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Slogan
Catchword or phrase, e.g. 'Just do it!'
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Statistics
Facts, figures and graphs
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Target Audience
Group of people 'targeted' by the media
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Tone
Way in which the text is written, e.g. using flattery
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Non-fiction writing in a newspaper or magazine

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Article

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Use of words or phrases that deliberately present a one-sided view; language used deliberately to make you agree with the view the writer is putting foward

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Card 4

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Way of highlighting key points

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Card 5

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Information under a photograph or image

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