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Learning Intention
Identify core skills for textual
analysis
Imagery - Metaphor, Simile, Personification
1 - Quote
2 - Explain what is being compared to what.
3 - Explain what we asso...
Word Choice
1 - Quote the word
2 - Explain what is actually being described - the denotation.
3 - Explain what we associat...
Sound - Rhyme, Rhythm, Alliteration, Assonance, Consonance,
Sibilance
1 - Quote
2 - Identify which technique is being used...
Structure - Verse Form, Content, Enjambment, Punctuation
1 - Quote
2 - Identify which technique is being used.
3 - Explain...
S5 ta clockwork ppt
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  1. 1. Learning Intention Identify core skills for textual analysis
  2. 2. Imagery - Metaphor, Simile, Personification 1 - Quote 2 - Explain what is being compared to what. 3 - Explain what we associate with the image. 4 - Explain how it effects the meaning. Example His face is scuffed by the emery-paper years 2. O'Rourke's father's face is being compared to a scratched watch face. 3. Emery-paper would leave a glass watch face scratched and lined. 4. This suggests the old man's face is old, damaged and lined by the affects of time. 1.
  3. 3. Word Choice 1 - Quote the word 2 - Explain what is actually being described - the denotation. 3 - Explain what we associate with the word - the connotation. 4 - Explain how these connotations effect the meaning. Example Wind the watch until we’d hear it wheeze 2. Watching ticking and whirring when it goes again. 3. Someone catching their breath. Breathing but only just. Not very healthy. 4. Watch being compared to a living thing. Suggests O'Rourke's father is bringing it back to lifeWatching ticking and whirring when it goes again. 1.
  4. 4. Sound - Rhyme, Rhythm, Alliteration, Assonance, Consonance, Sibilance 1 - Quote 2 - Identify which technique is being used. 3 - Explain what sound is being made. 4 - Explain how it links to the meaning. Example 'Testimonial tokens' 2. Alliteration 3. Repeated 't' sound. 4. Reminiscent of a clock ticking. 1.
  5. 5. Structure - Verse Form, Content, Enjambment, Punctuation 1 - Quote 2 - Identify which technique is being used. 3 - Explain what it is about the structure which is relevant. 4 - Explain how it links to the meaning. Example Eyeglass squinched, he’d read the auguries Pronounce and whistle, arrange his tiny tools Wind the watch until we’d hear it wheeze Teaching me to prod among the cogs and spools 2. list 3. Equally balanced list of what his father does before the watch is fixed. 4. Creates a slow, steady rhythm which suggests the old man is patient and careful. 1.
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