Introductory sentence > most relevant facts ↳ factual 2 present tense. 2 sums up the main message of the text and its intention 2> strictly focuses on depicting (→ Wiedergeben) the text ↳ in own words The article "Are NGOs fit for their purpose?", written by newspaper The Guardian on the 26th of March in 2013, movements of the past and NGOs, today. In summary, you can say that Introductory L> Author, texttype, titel, Summary • Analysis ↳ The article "Are NGOs fit for their purpose? written by Jude Howell, and published online by the. newspaper The Guardian on the 26th of march in 2013 will be examined with regard to the author's attitude towards NGOs by taking into account the line of argument and at least stylistic devices employed by the author Style ↳ precise clear Avent elegant, clumsy Jude Howell and published online by the informs about the differences between social a crucial role The author takes a rather critical stance towards NGOs today. Playing in a global society. This is underlined by his knowledgeable tone as well as his use of the line of argument. aus der Aufgabe heraus schreiben Main part ↳> divide into sections and analyse it first > The first section is about advantages and opportunities of NGOs today. There you can find an enumeration, which stresses the opportunities and qualification of employees (11.10-11, 12, 13) with all sections...
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! tone humorous •Playful: serious ironic, amazed Conclusion L> write a conclusion referring to the task and summarising the thesis of the analysis ↳ On the basis of his orgumentation NGOs today play a crucial role in a global society. He prop this up by useing some stylistic devices like the rhetorical questions and the line of argument to convince his readers. The thesis that the author takes a rather critical stance towards NGOs today playing a crucial role in a global society has been confirmed line of argument. To convince the reader the author illustrates his arguments with several examples (cf.11.:-) The author presents factual information by listing many facts (cf.11.-), which makes the topic seem more reliable. Direct quotes from experts which aims the catch the reader's attention (of...) choice of words Synonyms, Key words adjectives register (informal, rather spoken than written janguage.