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-stylistic devices -history of Nigeria -ethnic groups -analysing a non-fictional text -Summary -chances&challenges of Nigeria

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G Alliteration: Words having the same first letters Anaphora: Verses having the Same beginning Climax Development of words, increase Contrast:Opposite words to underline differences Ellipsis: Leaving out words for dynamic, emotionality, suspense Enjambement: Sentence continues in the next verse Nigeria 1 line: 1.5 more lines: 11.2-5 following lines: 11.10 ff. History of Nigeria - there has always been diversity,even 1100 BC -different civilisations had their own traditional religions -people cultivated their land and grew a variety of crops - 15th century the global slave trade led to chaos →made decisions - European paid local people to provide them with slaves -British stayed in Africa, even after abolishing slave trade - Nigerians fought for self-governance →→→middle of the 20th century call for independence led to Independence -1963: federal republic with a new constitution -country was still divided into 3 regions (Yoruba,lgbo, Hausa) -military coups led to Nigeria being ruled by military -government didn't accept declaration of independence -known for oil industry:companies extract of -called "Giant of Africa" due to size and population -high corruption rate,religious festivals -headlines about terrorists scare potential investors →→→led to Biafran war Enumeration: Words following each other Euphemism: Word used to avoid saying an offensive word Hyperbole:Creates heightened effect through exaggeration Irony: Saying sth. without meaning it Metaphor:makes a comparison between things Neologism: finding new terms for something Onomatopoeia: Words that include sounds similar to noises Parallelism: Using the same syntactical structure Analyzing a non-fictional...

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text Introduction: transition from summary, main message Main part: header. line of argument, language and stylistic devices register Slang,colloquial, everyday English, (in) formal,poetic, sophisticated. technical terms, scientific,religious, metaphorical choice of denotations, connotations,keywords, figurative/literal meaning of words words, euphemisms, synonyms plain,natural,matter-of-fact, clear, precise, brief, fluent, passionate, elegant,artificial,wordy,monotonous,cliché-ridden lengthy, clumsy style Personification: Seems like human beings Reference: referring to something Repetition: Words repeating themselves Rhetorical Question:Questions with known answer Simile:Things being compared to each other Symbol: Thing standing for something Understatement:Statement making sth. less important +paratax/hypotax, appeals, quotations, superlatives, pronouns tone humorous,playful, colloquial, depressive, serious, celebrative,critical, (=vorwurfsvoll) ironic,sarcastic, optimistic, aggressive, reproachful, informative, honest L+ persuasive techniques: Evidence, attacks, inclusive/exclusive language +stylistic devices Conclusion:sum up the main aspects I BO: -Strong.independent freethinkers - women have a voice →→strong and independant -king has no overall power→democratic - dominant religion: Christianity with traditional African influences HAUSA: improving education,but lack of education -south-east-dominate north of Nigeria -religion: Islam -"Emirs": absolute rulers in terms of religion and politics-their word is law regional disparities (urban vs.rural) economic growth poverty unemployment human/woman's rights voices their opinion large young generation SNIG TERIAS speak with dynamic power well-known authors (give Nigeria a voice) Nollywood (film industry) -cultural value: fairness and honesty -work in agriculture/business →capable traders - factors contributing to situation no overall control by British colonists possible due to democratic tradition tish colonists: Muslims stopped Christians going north British colonists, slavery cultural/ ethnic challenges YORUBA: -dominant in south-western Nigeria -open to new spiritual realm → easily influenced -hierarchy: "Oba" are head, absolute authority -women have no rights, no education, they stay home-Yoruba men: authority at home - work in agriculture→→→live in small villages sur--polygamous family model, mostly in rural areas rounded by farms -religion: Christianity and Islam; complex pantheon -men have a polygamous family,have mistresses of traditional gods and deities -factors contributing to situation domination by Bri--factors contributing to situation: domination by corruption western edu- kidnapped over cation is for 1000 students bidden crime/Boko Haram failure of leadership #End SARS: SARS-special anti robbery squad, thats violent against human rights, being accused of assault, robbery and kidnapping, dissolved the unit but replaced it with another name, #End SARS is a movement that protests against the squad,popular on social media killed over 30.000 splitted in 2 groups spreaded to the borders government didn't do enough against Boko Haram been said Main Conclusion: Sum up what has part:Relevant facts of text, topic,date Introduction: author, title, type

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-stylistic devices -history of Nigeria -ethnic groups -analysing a non-fictional text -Summary -chances&challenges of Nigeria

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text Introduction: transition from summary, main message Main part: header. line of argument, language and stylistic devices register Slang,colloquial, everyday English, (in) formal,poetic, sophisticated. technical terms, scientific,religious, metaphorical choice of denotations, connotations,keywords, figurative/literal meaning of words words, euphemisms, synonyms plain,natural,matter-of-fact, clear, precise, brief, fluent, passionate, elegant,artificial,wordy,monotonous,cliché-ridden lengthy, clumsy style Personification: Seems like human beings Reference: referring to something Repetition: Words repeating themselves Rhetorical Question:Questions with known answer Simile:Things being compared to each other Symbol: Thing standing for something Understatement:Statement making sth. less important +paratax/hypotax, appeals, quotations, superlatives, pronouns tone humorous,playful, colloquial, depressive, serious, celebrative,critical, (=vorwurfsvoll) ironic,sarcastic, optimistic, aggressive, reproachful, informative, honest L+ persuasive techniques: Evidence, attacks, inclusive/exclusive language +stylistic devices Conclusion:sum up the main aspects I BO: -Strong.independent freethinkers - women have a voice →→strong and independant -king has no overall power→democratic - dominant religion: Christianity with traditional African influences HAUSA: improving education,but lack of education -south-east-dominate north of Nigeria -religion: Islam -"Emirs": absolute rulers in terms of religion and politics-their word is law regional disparities (urban vs.rural) economic growth poverty unemployment human/woman's rights voices their opinion large young generation SNIG TERIAS speak with dynamic power well-known authors (give Nigeria a voice) Nollywood (film industry) -cultural value: fairness and honesty -work in agriculture/business →capable traders - factors contributing to situation no overall control by British colonists possible due to democratic tradition tish colonists: Muslims stopped Christians going north British colonists, slavery cultural/ ethnic challenges YORUBA: -dominant in south-western Nigeria -open to new spiritual realm → easily influenced -hierarchy: "Oba" are head, absolute authority -women have no rights, no education, they stay home-Yoruba men: authority at home - work in agriculture→→→live in small villages sur--polygamous family model, mostly in rural areas rounded by farms -religion: Christianity and Islam; complex pantheon -men have a polygamous family,have mistresses of traditional gods and deities -factors contributing to situation domination by Bri--factors contributing to situation: domination by corruption western edu- kidnapped over cation is for 1000 students bidden crime/Boko Haram failure of leadership #End SARS: SARS-special anti robbery squad, thats violent against human rights, being accused of assault, robbery and kidnapping, dissolved the unit but replaced it with another name, #End SARS is a movement that protests against the squad,popular on social media killed over 30.000 splitted in 2 groups spreaded to the borders government didn't do enough against Boko Haram been said Main Conclusion: Sum up what has part:Relevant facts of text, topic,date Introduction: author, title, type