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ENGLISH EXAM ON THE 05/05/2021
SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
text type, title, author, when & where published
The short story ["title"] written by [a
ENGLISH EXAM ON THE 05/05/2021
SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
text type, title, author, when & where published
The short story ["title"] written by [a
ENGLISH EXAM ON THE 05/05/2021
SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
text type, title, author, when & where published
The short story ["title"] written by [a
ENGLISH EXAM ON THE 05/05/2021
SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
text type, title, author, when & where published
The short story ["title"] written by [a
ENGLISH EXAM ON THE 05/05/2021
SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
text type, title, author, when & where published
The short story ["title"] written by [a
ENGLISH EXAM ON THE 05/05/2021
SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
text type, title, author, when & where published
The short story ["title"] written by [a

ENGLISH EXAM ON THE 05/05/2021 SUMMARY INTRODUCTION text type, title, author, when & where published The short story ["title"] written by [author] and topic published in [source, year] deals with / is about / shows/illustrates/critisizes/explains... the fact/ the problem that... MAIN PART . . . ANALYSIS INTRODUCTION Introduction, time place & characters focus of the Analysis HYPOTHESIS MAIN PART → outline the plot Structure . ● topic, basic facts chronological order formal language, own words. use present tense . * language & style setting atmosphere narrator rhetorical devices conflict/theme/message CONCLUSION specific result of the analysis NARRATOR FIRST PERSON NARRATOR · main character, involved in the events one character at a time direct telling or inner monologue. author can switch namators . • Use of lime, we, my, us SECOND PERSON NARRATOR limited in knowledge. inner world of the character • use of pronoun you - breaks the fourth wall by directly adressing the leader THIRD PERSON NARRATOR OBJECTIVE ▼ describes only one persons /characters behaviour + dialogue author doesn't describe thoughts or feelings the reader must figure out the characters inner life and motivations on their own the narrator is a detached observer of what is going on Use of he/she, him/her, his/her, they, them + their THIRD PERSON LIMITED NARRATOR " story and inner feelings of one character explicit narration behaviour, dialogue, thoughtst feelings, thinks sees, knows, learns ·bond between reader + character ENGLISH EXAM ON THE 05/05/2021 THIRD PERSON OMNISCENT NARRATOR objective narrator . t · tells the reader about the thoughts + feelings - unlimited knowledge interprets the characters behaviour heavies ·can describe every characters thoughts . . OTHER ASPECTS...

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OF ANALYZING SETTING Is it relevant for the story? · Does the setting change? - EVIDENCE ATMOSPHERE places, costumes/ctthing, scund, lighting, language props, surroundings, plat, characters, music CHARACTER what do they feel, think, see, say and do? CONFLICT • Person vs. Person · Person vs. Nature Person vs. society Person vs. technology. Persch vs. supernatural. . ▼ . . ✔ Persch vs. self Persch vs. Destiny THEME what is the story's theme? How does the author implement the theme (through images, characters, action, statements) ² What message does the author want to convey? STYLISTIC DEVICES • metaphor • Alliteration • Enummeratich Repetition - detailed description. NIGERIA INFRASTRUCTURE • one of the best infrastructures worldwide Nigeria counts many ports, airports & railways Ls especially for mining resources in the south As a follow of overuse Nigerias politics are not . ● . succesful in rebuilding / renewing demaged roads. SOUTH: benefits from the development of the infrastructure NORTH: poorly developed. HEALTH CARE SYSTEM L> poorly developed leak of medical stuff and technologies devices • most of the people are too poor to go to a doctor there is no statutory health insurance ENGLISH EXAM ON THE 05/05/2021 ->The quality and power of the Nigerian Network is at the 135th place world wide -> Commitment to Reclucing Inequality Index Nigeria under the last 10 places -> In terms of spending on health, education and the social protection of its citizens, Nigeria even occupies the very least / last place COLONIAL HISTORY lagas was invaded by British forces in 1851 and formally taken over in 1865 • · . · 1963 · Nigeria became a republic for the first time military rules 3 years later K 1967: A separatist movement later formed the ♦ 1901: Nigeria became a British protectorate The period of colonialism lasted until 1960, when an independence movement succeeded. Republic of Biafra, leading to the Nigerian Civil War that lasted 3 years. 1979: Nigeria became a Republic again after a new constitution was written - => However, the republic was short lived as the military took over the power again and ruled for another 4 yeous A new republic was planned to be established LAbacha died in 1998 L> In the following year a fourtht republic was established which finally ended the three decades of military rulle. STEREOTYPES in 1993, but was abolished by general sani Abacha + Nigerians are open minded and quick to try new things + They are generally hard working people who are willing to run the extra mile for successful achievements + They are regarded as very proud and happy people They are poor and in need of charity ● They are all uneducated (no modern education) violent and criminal - - PUSH AND PULL FACTORS PUSH terrorist organisations uneven chances, in equality full job market populatich growth no freedom of press + Speech poverty, extreme gap, poor-rich debts corruption PULL functioning Electricity, well build Highways better job chances, easy money, education. Social Security systems