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Characterisation, letter and important words explained (setting etc.)

Characterisation, letter and important words explained (setting etc.)

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Enthält den Aufbau eines Briefes und einer Charakterisierung mit vielen Formulierungshilfen sowie Erklärung von den 3 Erzählern und den Wörtern ‚setting‘ und ‚atmosphere‘.

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● letter DATE- - ENGLISH. INTRODUCTION- → greeting (Dear... Hi.... → after saying hello" - Capital letter! 4 ask them how they are lit has been a long time. How are you doing lately?) - MAIN PART/ "BOOK' → focus on the task! 4 maybe tell them why you're reaching out to them -suse paragraphs to structure your letter -ENDING -) end with an closing (I look forward to hearing from you → say → signature important setting → time place and social situation. Where? When! How does the place look like! Weather conditions, other people.. • atmosphere - tone or mood of a text, created by setting, description and characters' → strong influence on the reader How is the atmosphere influenced by the setting! What is the tone/mood of the exam •THIRD-PERSON NARRATOR 1) omniscient narrator I all characters, not limited 2) limited narrator 4 only one (or two) characters • beginning → rising action - turning point / Climax -> falling action ending FIRST-PERSON NARRATOR usually protagonist often mirrors the state of mind of the protagonist often acts as a bridge between setting and character • Introductionary sentence (summary first step!) -> PATTE by The short story "name" written lauthor's name, and published on /in (dater year) deals with (general topic) protagonist - main character antagonist protagonist's opponent (the villain) • round character - many details (complex) as he/she changes throughout the story (character development) flat character -opposite of round character characterisation STEP 1-) collecting information 11 personal data general information weg name, age character traits, gender etc. (2) outward appearance, physical aspects 3) actions...

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/behaviour [4) use of language y rhetoricall stylistic devices, register (formall informall Colloquial / sophisticated), tone lemotional, conversational, persuasive, serious, angry, personall, sentence structure (simple vs complicated, elliptical/incomplete us complete sentences) 5) thoughts, feelings, views and attitudes (6) relationships with other characters (7) similarties and differences when comparing characters) STEP 2 → introduction - present the character, his/her dominant/ defining character traits and their function example: (Namel/ The... narrator is the protagonist... (presenting) As the story is told from the narrator's point of view, the reader gets a direct iclear insight into the character's thoughts and feelings and can therefore identify with him/her. He/she is mainly characterised by means of (in) direct characterisation. STEP 3 body → focus on the tash! I for instance behaviour and feelings) → focus on relevant character traits ( domincht) less dominant defining) - analyse using the three sleps: claim -quote-explain. -Jone character trait-one paragraph. →we connectors. - explain why you think that hershe's round flat /static/ dynamic STEP 3-) conclusion → general portrait of the character to round off findings - sum up the most important character traits =) present tense. remain neutral - use long forms (can't → can not) useful phrases → His/Her behaviour is marked by... → Another essential quality is that llacks -> He/She shows his/her (self-confidence...) by saying that --)ite (She's characterised as... / comes across as being → He/She reacts in a way that shows - Hershe has many J... is characterised is described is shown is presented is portrayed is introduced The author depicts The character characteristics character traits traits of character is a little naive seems to be a little naive does something out of love, care for others is filled with a feeling of ... shows understanding when hershe rays... acts very considerately when.... is not aware of the fact that appears to be. ▲.. To summarize In conclusion, To conchide, To sum (name) the.. harrator represents his presented /describeny portrayed as

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● letter DATE- - ENGLISH. INTRODUCTION- → greeting (Dear... Hi.... → after saying hello" - Capital letter! 4 ask them how they are lit has been a long time. How are you doing lately?) - MAIN PART/ "BOOK' → focus on the task! 4 maybe tell them why you're reaching out to them -suse paragraphs to structure your letter -ENDING -) end with an closing (I look forward to hearing from you → say → signature important setting → time place and social situation. Where? When! How does the place look like! Weather conditions, other people.. • atmosphere - tone or mood of a text, created by setting, description and characters' → strong influence on the reader How is the atmosphere influenced by the setting! What is the tone/mood of the exam •THIRD-PERSON NARRATOR 1) omniscient narrator I all characters, not limited 2) limited narrator 4 only one (or two) characters • beginning → rising action - turning point / Climax -> falling action ending FIRST-PERSON NARRATOR usually protagonist often mirrors the state of mind of the protagonist often acts as a bridge between setting and character • Introductionary sentence (summary first step!) -> PATTE by The short story "name" written lauthor's name, and published on /in (dater year) deals with (general topic) protagonist - main character antagonist protagonist's opponent (the villain) • round character - many details (complex) as he/she changes throughout the story (character development) flat character -opposite of round character characterisation STEP 1-) collecting information 11 personal data general information weg name, age character traits, gender etc. (2) outward appearance, physical aspects 3) actions...

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/behaviour [4) use of language y rhetoricall stylistic devices, register (formall informall Colloquial / sophisticated), tone lemotional, conversational, persuasive, serious, angry, personall, sentence structure (simple vs complicated, elliptical/incomplete us complete sentences) 5) thoughts, feelings, views and attitudes (6) relationships with other characters (7) similarties and differences when comparing characters) STEP 2 → introduction - present the character, his/her dominant/ defining character traits and their function example: (Namel/ The... narrator is the protagonist... (presenting) As the story is told from the narrator's point of view, the reader gets a direct iclear insight into the character's thoughts and feelings and can therefore identify with him/her. He/she is mainly characterised by means of (in) direct characterisation. STEP 3 body → focus on the tash! I for instance behaviour and feelings) → focus on relevant character traits ( domincht) less dominant defining) - analyse using the three sleps: claim -quote-explain. -Jone character trait-one paragraph. →we connectors. - explain why you think that hershe's round flat /static/ dynamic STEP 3-) conclusion → general portrait of the character to round off findings - sum up the most important character traits =) present tense. remain neutral - use long forms (can't → can not) useful phrases → His/Her behaviour is marked by... → Another essential quality is that llacks -> He/She shows his/her (self-confidence...) by saying that --)ite (She's characterised as... / comes across as being → He/She reacts in a way that shows - Hershe has many J... is characterised is described is shown is presented is portrayed is introduced The author depicts The character characteristics character traits traits of character is a little naive seems to be a little naive does something out of love, care for others is filled with a feeling of ... shows understanding when hershe rays... acts very considerately when.... is not aware of the fact that appears to be. ▲.. To summarize In conclusion, To conchide, To sum (name) the.. harrator represents his presented /describeny portrayed as