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Structure of a text analysis

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date + place of publication
- topic
example: The newspaper article "Title" was

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> How to write a text analysis and some stylistic devives

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1) introduction - title + text type (article speech) author date + place of publication - topic example: The newspaper article "Title" was written by [authors name] and published in the [newspapers name] on 4 June, 2015, and deals with [topic]. (2) comprehension task 6 یا you have to prove that you have understood the text. typical tasks (=Operatoren) define, describe, outline, compare, contrast, summarize (list tb. p. 340) (3) text analysis ↳ you need to look how the author has "designed" his/her text in order to achieve his/her aims (intention of the author) → typical aims (=intention of the author I purpose of the text) • to inform / raise awareness. to persuade • to discuss (pros + cons) • to teach a lesson / morale. • to criticize • to describe • to give instructions typical tasks (Operatoren) (explain), examine, analyse stylistic devices I means the author uses to reach his aim I get his message across ⇒ always connect the means I devices with the effect they have on the reader and back up your points with examples from the text (1.8/ 11. 8-10) 4 (4) conclusion → summarize your results. DO NOT add any new aspects. DO NOT give your own opinion or evaluation. - Stylistic devices alliteration enumeration antithesis inversion paradox parallelism repetition metaphor metonymy personification definition • repetition of sounds (usually consonants) at the beginning of neighbouring words the listing of words or phrases contrasting words or phrases in parallel syntactic structures the normal grammatical. and syntactical order of words is changed • an apparent contradiction (Widerspruch)...

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that is never- theless somehow true. • the deliberate (absichtich) repetition of similar/identical words or phrases in neigh- bouring sentences/paragraphs Single words or whole phrases appear several times in a given text; it's called anaphora when it's at the beginning of sen- tences an implicit comparison bet- ween two things which are basically quite different without. using like or as a word or phrase for an object. or an idea is used instead of the original with which is very closely. connected or associated. a kind of metaphor in which objects or abstract ideas are represented as if they were human beings and possessed. human attributes effect → to point out key words; to emphasize (betonen) sth. and to cause a rhythmic effect to stress certain aspects of a message to stress a contrast by creating polarity or tension -emphasizing / stressing certain aspects → to create emphasis or a surprising and often. dramatic effect • rhythmic effect, increase in intensity to clarify and or emphasize a message. → to focus attention and to emphasize individual sentences or words - → to make the reader. visualise abstract ideas. thereby enhancing. (steigern) understanding. to create an expressive compact and lasting. image to create a dramatic effect and to simplify matters by reducing complexity example 1. for the greater good of ...; 2. safety and security; She's friendly, nice, honest and helpful. To err (make mistakes is human; to forgive, divine Meat I don't like, but vegetables. I am fond of 1. sweet sorrow 2. wise fool 3. bittersweet Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I may remember. Involve me and I will leam. A government of the people, by the people for the people. It is great. It is special. And it is true. 1. All the world's a stage/ And all the men and women merely players (Shakespeare) The White House declared... White House US Government) 3 1. Justice is blind. 2. Necessity is the mother of in- vention (Not macht erfinderisch)

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1) introduction - title + text type (article speech) author date + place of publication - topic example: The newspaper article "Title" was written by [authors name] and published in the [newspapers name] on 4 June, 2015, and deals with [topic]. (2) comprehension task 6 یا you have to prove that you have understood the text. typical tasks (=Operatoren) define, describe, outline, compare, contrast, summarize (list tb. p. 340) (3) text analysis ↳ you need to look how the author has "designed" his/her text in order to achieve his/her aims (intention of the author) → typical aims (=intention of the author I purpose of the text) • to inform / raise awareness. to persuade • to discuss (pros + cons) • to teach a lesson / morale. • to criticize • to describe • to give instructions typical tasks (Operatoren) (explain), examine, analyse stylistic devices I means the author uses to reach his aim I get his message across ⇒ always connect the means I devices with the effect they have on the reader and back up your points with examples from the text (1.8/ 11. 8-10) 4 (4) conclusion → summarize your results. DO NOT add any new aspects. DO NOT give your own opinion or evaluation. - Stylistic devices alliteration enumeration antithesis inversion paradox parallelism repetition metaphor metonymy personification definition • repetition of sounds (usually consonants) at the beginning of neighbouring words the listing of words or phrases contrasting words or phrases in parallel syntactic structures the normal grammatical. and syntactical order of words is changed • an apparent contradiction (Widerspruch)...

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that is never- theless somehow true. • the deliberate (absichtich) repetition of similar/identical words or phrases in neigh- bouring sentences/paragraphs Single words or whole phrases appear several times in a given text; it's called anaphora when it's at the beginning of sen- tences an implicit comparison bet- ween two things which are basically quite different without. using like or as a word or phrase for an object. or an idea is used instead of the original with which is very closely. connected or associated. a kind of metaphor in which objects or abstract ideas are represented as if they were human beings and possessed. human attributes effect → to point out key words; to emphasize (betonen) sth. and to cause a rhythmic effect to stress certain aspects of a message to stress a contrast by creating polarity or tension -emphasizing / stressing certain aspects → to create emphasis or a surprising and often. dramatic effect • rhythmic effect, increase in intensity to clarify and or emphasize a message. → to focus attention and to emphasize individual sentences or words - → to make the reader. visualise abstract ideas. thereby enhancing. (steigern) understanding. to create an expressive compact and lasting. image to create a dramatic effect and to simplify matters by reducing complexity example 1. for the greater good of ...; 2. safety and security; She's friendly, nice, honest and helpful. To err (make mistakes is human; to forgive, divine Meat I don't like, but vegetables. I am fond of 1. sweet sorrow 2. wise fool 3. bittersweet Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I may remember. Involve me and I will leam. A government of the people, by the people for the people. It is great. It is special. And it is true. 1. All the world's a stage/ And all the men and women merely players (Shakespeare) The White House declared... White House US Government) 3 1. Justice is blind. 2. Necessity is the mother of in- vention (Not macht erfinderisch)