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Biography and autoboigraphy

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  • 1. BIOGRAPHY AND AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • 2. BIOGRAPHY A biography is about somebody else’s life. It is about a real person, but is not written by the person. It is written in third person. The author must know a lot about the person and research the person, so that they can write a lot about them.
  • 3. BIOGRAPHY  A biography describes key facts about a person. such as, where, when and how they live (or have lived if the person is no longer alive) It is written in chronological order
  • 4. BIOGRAPHY  Provides details that show events in a person’s life.  A biography might talk about a person’s achievements, things that have happened to them, and their likes and dislikes.
  • 5. BIOGRAPHY  A biography will talk about how the person feels about different things.  It might talk about the work a person does or the things they believe in.
  • 6. AUTOBIOGRAPHY  An autobiography is written in first person because it contains facts about the author’s own experiences.  An autobiography recounts key incidents/events in the author’s life.  It is written in chronological order
  • 7. AUTOBIOGRAPHY  An autobiography describes influences upon the author. A teacher Home A Speech Somewhere they have visited An achievement An event
  • 8. AUTOBIOGRAPHY  An autobiography describes interactions between the writer and significant people in his or her life A teacher A religious figure Their family Their friends

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