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Tone and Mood with Mary Poppins

6.5 c) Describe how word choice and imagery contribute to the meaning of a text.
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Erin Confer

on 27 October 2014

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Transcript of Tone and Mood with Mary Poppins

Tone and Mood
Tone and Mood
Mood
How is mood created?
Let's Take a Peek
Tone and mood both deal with the emotions created by
a piece of writing. Though they seem similar and can be related, they are in fact quite different.
Mood Words
Some Tone Words
Tone
Tone is the
author’s attitude

toward a subject
. If we were to read a description of a
first date
that included words and phrases like “
dreaded
” and “
my buddies forced me to go on the date
”, we could assume that
the individual didn’t really enjoy the date.

Mood is
the atmosphere created by a piece of writing
; it’s the
emotions
a selection brings to life
for the reader
.


In writing,
mood is created by the words the author chooses to use
. The
mood can vary throughout the text
based on author's word choice. Word choice can create a mood of suspense, happiness, romance, or even terror.
Humorous
Objective
Personal
Serious
Reverent
Determined
Sassy
mellow
nostalgic
optimistic
passionate
peaceful
playful
pleased
refreshed
rejuvenated
merciless
moody
morose
nauseated
nervous
nightmarish
numb
overwhelmed
painful
Mary
Scary Mary
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