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Defining and identifying form, structure and language in any text.
Defining and identifying form, structure and language in any text.
Defining and identifying form, structure and language in any text.
Defining and identifying form, structure and language in any text.
Defining and identifying form, structure and language in any text.
Defining and identifying form, structure and language in any text.
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Defining and identifying form, structure and language in any text.

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This PowerPoint explains the meaning of form, structure and language and identifies devices that show form, structure and Language. It is a basic framework for any text.

This PowerPoint explains the meaning of form, structure and language and identifies devices that show form, structure and Language. It is a basic framework for any text.

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  • 1. Section A(a) Questions  Write about the ways ….tells the story in chapter …/a poem.  Only focus on how the story is told through form/structure/language.
  • 2. What is Form? In a novel-elements that show the text fits into a particular genre. e.g. What shows the Kite Runner as a bildungsroman novel? What other genres does the Kite Runner fit into?
  • 3. What is Structure? • • • • • Foreshadowing Analepsis Symbols that are repeated. Mirroring. Language/phrases that are Anything that links repeated. different chapters together or different • Signs that a character has developed. parts of the story.
  • 4. What is Language? Imagery and figurative languagesimiles/metaphors/personification. The Lexis used and connotations of the lexis. Semantic Fields. Use of declaratives/imperatives.
  • 5. Narrative Structure Circular/Linear/Episodic. Foreshadowing Analepsis Retrospective
  • 6. Point of View Type of Narrator. Omniscient Narrator Bias Unreliable Narrator Does the point of view ever switch? Narrative Voice.
  • 7.  How is the story told Form Structure Language through these devices?  What are the effects on the story through form/structure/language. Link to Aspects of Narrative: 1. Characterisation 2. Settings 3. Time 4. Voices

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