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Mood and Tone

Exploring the Author's Attitude and Reader's Feelings
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Ryan Jones

on 22 August 2018

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Transcript of Mood and Tone

Tone
Mood
Reflection:
Same movie... different style?
What sets them apart?

author's word choice or diction
Overall feeling or emotion created in the reader/viewer
Style, Tone,
and
Mood

reveals how the author feels about the subject
Authors create a tone, so the ________ can feel the mood.

Style
authors use of words, phrases, voice, sentence structure, and p.o.v. to create a recognizable technique
Specifically the author’s:

personal word choice/diction

(thin vs.emaciated or literal vs. figurative)

syntax/sentence structure

(long vs.choppy)
p.o.v. from which the text is told

(1st person = unreliable vs. Omniscient = reliable)
organization of the text

(chronological vs. flashbacks)
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Tone?
How Author Feels on the Subject
Word Choice
Imagery
Mood?
How You Feel
Should Be a Result of Author's Tone
Tone? Mood?
http://www.cteonline.org/portal/default/Curriculum/Viewer/Curriculum?action=2&cmobjid=270779&view=viewer&refcmobjid=260683
Tone? Mood?
Mary Poppins:
Tone & Mood

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