Agenda<br />First session<br />Language analysis<br />Second session<br />Work quietly on your Winton response.<br />You w...
Use strongly emotive language to either bring a reader to your side or drive them away from the other side.<br />What are ...
Contention?<br />LIKE many idiots with an opinion, that exhausted, sanctimonious attention-seeker Germaine Greer is best j...
Contention?<br />AFL's only safe bet<br />THE AFL came down hard during the week on some minor infringements in its strict...
Let’s look at an article<br />
THE case of a group of Colac teenagers facing possible child pornography charges is a disturbing story of our times. <br /...
In your books, start your analysis.<br />Title of the piece.<br />Place and date of publication<br />The author<br />Issue...
To convince people of a point, tell a story.<br />Why do we think this is persuasive?<br />Technique: tell a story<br />
Compact Writing<br />The article is called “it’s a nightmare”.<br />The author is the editor of the Herald Sun.<br />This ...
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  2. 2. Agenda<br />First session<br />Language analysis<br />Second session<br />Work quietly on your Winton response.<br />You will type this on Wednesday.<br />It is due at the end of session six that day.<br />
  3. 3. Use strongly emotive language to either bring a reader to your side or drive them away from the other side.<br />What are some strongly positive and emotive words?<br />What are some strongly negative and emotive words?<br />Recap: emotive language<br />
  4. 4. Contention?<br />LIKE many idiots with an opinion, that exhausted, sanctimonious attention-seeker Germaine Greer is best judged by her own words. <br />Alan Howe From: Herald SunMay 10, 2010<br />How should we regard Germaine Greer’s opinions?<br />
  5. 5. Contention?<br />AFL's only safe bet<br />THE AFL came down hard during the week on some minor infringements in its strict gaming code. <br />Eddie McGuire From: Sunday Herald Sun May 09, 2010<br />Is the AFL reacting appropriately?<br />
  6. 6. Let’s look at an article<br />
  7. 7. THE case of a group of Colac teenagers facing possible child pornography charges is a disturbing story of our times. <br />In fact, it's every modern parent's worst nightmare.<br />Five teenagers are expected to be charged by police after a boy and girl were filmed on a mobile phone having sex. It's alleged the film was then distributed by the group, with the consent of the girl. As a result, it's likely the girl will also be charged.<br />This is not an isolated case. Teenagers are increasingly finding themselves the victims or perpetrators of technology-inspired sex crimes.<br />Victoria's schools, police - and parents - must lead the way in educating our children about the consequences of such behaviour.<br />It's a nightmare<br />Herald Sun editorial, 18thApril 2010<br />
  8. 8. In your books, start your analysis.<br />Title of the piece.<br />Place and date of publication<br />The author<br />Issue<br />Contention<br />Again, what is the contention?<br />
  9. 9. To convince people of a point, tell a story.<br />Why do we think this is persuasive?<br />Technique: tell a story<br />
  10. 10. Compact Writing<br />The article is called “it’s a nightmare”.<br />The author is the editor of the Herald Sun.<br />This article was published on April 18, 2010.<br />This article is about “technology-inspired sex crimes”<br />How can we say this in less than four sentences?<br />

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