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Analysis of a non fictional text

Analysis of a non fictional text

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Anleitung zur Erstellung einer Sachtextanalyse (analysis of a non fictional text) im Englischunterricht

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1. Connecting passage: 2. Main part Analysis Isis of a non fictional text • introduction / reference to task giver predict the authors intention in writing this text + point of view + target group 2 influence reader inform about events (objectively / subjectively / balanced / neutral), explain facts ~ the author's intention in this article is to writing state basic characteristics of the text ↳ ex argumentative technique, choice of words, style. He tries to achieve this divide the text into paragraphs, then analyze them chronologically for argumentative technique a) influence → direct address, emotional earguments b) credibility facts, numbers, authority argument, quotes - reliable, trustworthy c) conviction normative, constrast, metaphors. 1.d) subjectivity → examples, hyperbole, relativisation of possible contra c) deception > stereotypes, phrases, claim, degradation, allegation arguments. structure & effect ~ content of argumentation authors point of view, aspects of tack, title, development ↳7 introduction (thesis - arguments - facts / examples - conclusion harmony: examination if intention / message Topinion is visible in structure development in content to detail, negative / positive, history I flash back I reference, present I reflection (potential. ~ listing structure / summarising: enumerating facts, ideas, arguments ( ↳ effect of: clarity / coherence through parallel arrangement. progressive structure: use of clearly-defined starting point development of cause-to- •effect / problem solution arrangement ↳ effect of: clarity through unity and logical coherence antithetical structure: contrasting I juxtapositioning of facts,...

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ideas larguments, flashback ↳ effect of: clarity lemphasis through companson / contrast the thonical devices language and effect. ~ tone: al idyllic + humorous, playful, happy, passionate, boring, friendly, conversational b) warning to rning /critical → informed, angry, engaging, provocative, ironical, interesting, knowledgeable 1. - style: ·a) subjective → vigorous, passionate differentiated, cliché ridden. . b) artificial /objective colourless, clumsy, serious academic, superficial, strange linking words. c) elaborate » fluent, elegant, lengthy, wise.. d) old-fashioned → insane, antiquated e) exaggerative | obscene - obsolete, dispensable, superfluous, intolerable, waste, abdicable f) depressed / resigning choice of words: dated 1. behind. → stranded stressed melancholic, bitter, discouraged, demoralized, vapid. a) static → denotations, keywords, stilted b) variation - connotations, figurative I literal, emphatic, negative euphemism c) precision scientific, plain, sober, natural, decent, moderate d' alluding hidden implication, superlatives, vocabulary / word d) → e) type → adjectives I adverbs, nouns, verbs register : al informal- • slang, casual, colloquial b) formal → poetic, sophisticated, academic, cultivated group. communicative strategies: a) address → conscious use of personal pronouns, appeal, questions, criticism 4 discussion, dialogue b) exemplification anecdotes, insight, actualisation simplification, authenticity accusation 3.. conclusion: 1. c) identification embracing we, parallels to private / public life, experience, generalization. same experience, part of community. sharing. d) comic effect → irony Sum up - heading → importance for the text. 4 2. evaluate on main aspects its structure, effectivity, credibility 3. ability to address readership + intention 4 reference to thesis from introduction All in all.... He achieves this by using by basing his arguments. on... or task

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1. Connecting passage: 2. Main part Analysis Isis of a non fictional text • introduction / reference to task giver predict the authors intention in writing this text + point of view + target group 2 influence reader inform about events (objectively / subjectively / balanced / neutral), explain facts ~ the author's intention in this article is to writing state basic characteristics of the text ↳ ex argumentative technique, choice of words, style. He tries to achieve this divide the text into paragraphs, then analyze them chronologically for argumentative technique a) influence → direct address, emotional earguments b) credibility facts, numbers, authority argument, quotes - reliable, trustworthy c) conviction normative, constrast, metaphors. 1.d) subjectivity → examples, hyperbole, relativisation of possible contra c) deception > stereotypes, phrases, claim, degradation, allegation arguments. structure & effect ~ content of argumentation authors point of view, aspects of tack, title, development ↳7 introduction (thesis - arguments - facts / examples - conclusion harmony: examination if intention / message Topinion is visible in structure development in content to detail, negative / positive, history I flash back I reference, present I reflection (potential. ~ listing structure / summarising: enumerating facts, ideas, arguments ( ↳ effect of: clarity / coherence through parallel arrangement. progressive structure: use of clearly-defined starting point development of cause-to- •effect / problem solution arrangement ↳ effect of: clarity through unity and logical coherence antithetical structure: contrasting I juxtapositioning of facts,...

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ideas larguments, flashback ↳ effect of: clarity lemphasis through companson / contrast the thonical devices language and effect. ~ tone: al idyllic + humorous, playful, happy, passionate, boring, friendly, conversational b) warning to rning /critical → informed, angry, engaging, provocative, ironical, interesting, knowledgeable 1. - style: ·a) subjective → vigorous, passionate differentiated, cliché ridden. . b) artificial /objective colourless, clumsy, serious academic, superficial, strange linking words. c) elaborate » fluent, elegant, lengthy, wise.. d) old-fashioned → insane, antiquated e) exaggerative | obscene - obsolete, dispensable, superfluous, intolerable, waste, abdicable f) depressed / resigning choice of words: dated 1. behind. → stranded stressed melancholic, bitter, discouraged, demoralized, vapid. a) static → denotations, keywords, stilted b) variation - connotations, figurative I literal, emphatic, negative euphemism c) precision scientific, plain, sober, natural, decent, moderate d' alluding hidden implication, superlatives, vocabulary / word d) → e) type → adjectives I adverbs, nouns, verbs register : al informal- • slang, casual, colloquial b) formal → poetic, sophisticated, academic, cultivated group. communicative strategies: a) address → conscious use of personal pronouns, appeal, questions, criticism 4 discussion, dialogue b) exemplification anecdotes, insight, actualisation simplification, authenticity accusation 3.. conclusion: 1. c) identification embracing we, parallels to private / public life, experience, generalization. same experience, part of community. sharing. d) comic effect → irony Sum up - heading → importance for the text. 4 2. evaluate on main aspects its structure, effectivity, credibility 3. ability to address readership + intention 4 reference to thesis from introduction All in all.... He achieves this by using by basing his arguments. on... or task