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Six Types of Diction/Language Used by Authors
Transcript of Six Types of Diction/Language Used by Authors
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Academia (world of scholars): thesis Examples: chillin', buggy, stupid What do you think Bradbury's purpose was when he wrote "The Pedestrian" and why? What features of the text make you say so? Be specific and look beyond the words on the page. Warm Up Homework: Bring grade and reading-level appropriate novel to class every day starting Friday for independent reading time. Yes, this is a homework grade and will be factored into your citizenship grade daily. What language did Bradbury use to persuade/entertain in "The Pedestrian?" Give a specific example! Styles can be described as: All of these types of diction/word choices, tone, and point of view, can reveal purpose and STYLE.
Style is the way the author uses words, sentences, and phrases in order to make his/her writing stand out. descriptive, developed, academic, formal, informal, business-like, and personal.