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4 Cards in this Set

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Question 1

- Read all lines before answering

- Be smart

- Don’t be an idiot

Question 2 (summary of differences) (8 marks)

- Avoid simple obvious differences e.g. ... is a teacher ... is not

- Give subtle,implied differences , read between the lines , look at emotions

-Give quotations to explain first point

- Use comparative language e.g. “a direct contrast” “this reflects” “ on the other hand”

- do not analyse language

Question 3 (analyse writers use of language ) (12 marks)

- Explore language ( Words, phrases, language techniques, and sentence structures)

- look for language which is used beyond its literal meaning e.g. language techniques and show effect

- Look for any occasion where the writer’s choice of words seems to be deliberate and planned e.g. where they could’ve used another word however they used a different one for effect

- Do not write about language that I cannot fully understand the effect

- Words to show effect , emphasises, illustrates, highlights, suggests,

- Zoom in to language ( the word “......” )

Question 4 ( compare writers ideas and perspectives ) (16 marks)

- Compare the different attitudes ( what are the attitudes presented in both sources )

- Compare the methods used to show these attitudes( how does the writer present these attitudes , tone or form or approach and the method used e.g newspaper article , essay)

-Must use comparative language throughout, similarly, contrastingly , likewise

- Show effect of quotations to back the point of attitude