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The Many Voices I Possess

Ontario Heritage Fair 2013
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Lindsey Cruz

on 21 September 2013

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Transcript of The Many Voices I Possess

The Many Voices I Possess
When I first wake up in the morning my voice sounds like...
A.M.
Voice
Teaching
When I get to work my voice sounds like...
When I'm teaching my voice sounds like...
Arriving at work
Getting
off from
work
When I'm going to bed my voice sounds like...
Going
to bed
When I'm leaving work my voice sounds...
lunch
Teaching
after
lunch
During lunch my voice sounds like...
When I'm teaching after lunch my voice sounds...
We all possess many voices (more than you can imagine). Let's take a look at just some of the voices we might use in the span of a day!
As we look at the different voices, think about what these voices might sound like. What kind of diction might be used? Tone? Style?
Take out your notes to help guide you.
Diction:


Tone:


Style:
monosyllabic words


confused, irritated


short, one word responses. Short
sentences, no figurative language.
Diction:


Tone:


Style:
Greeting words, Ex. Hello, howdy, morning, salutations

Cheerful, welcoming


Exclamatory sentences, short but sweet.
Diction:


Tone:

Style:
academic words, instructive, questioning


formal


Explanatory followed by inquisitive



Diction:


Tone:

Style:
slang words, playful language


informal, bubbly

fun dialogue, loose sentences
Diction:

Tone:

Style:
authoritative words

frustrated

No figurative language,
direct sentences
Diction:


Tone:

Style:
relaxed



pensive


reflective, well structured sentences



Diction:

Tone:

Style:
laid back words

happy

long, drawn out sentences
Time to think about some of the voices YOU possess
Starting with the moment you wake up, think about all the voices you utilize in the span of one day to fill out the handout your teacher has given you. Be sure to think about the
DICTION
,
TONE
, and
STYLE
that contributes to your many voices.
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