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Copy of SOAPSTone

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on 17 September 2013

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Transcript of Copy of SOAPSTone

SOAPSTone
Speaker
Occasion
Audience
Purpose
Subject
Tone
The voice that tells the story
Do not give only a name - how would you describe that person?
What is their perspective?
What is their bias?
The time and place of the piece; the context that encouraged the writing to happen
Larger Occasion: what is going on in the world
Immediate Occasion: the event
The group of readers at whom the piece is directed
It may be one person, a small group, or a large group
Be Specific. What defines the group that the piece is written for?
The reason the author wrote it
"What does the author want the audience to think or do as a result?"
To persuade, to inform, or to entertain
The general topic, content, and ideas contained in the text
You should be able to state this in a few words or a phrase
The attitude of the speaker
Tone can be determined by examining
Diction (choice of words)
Syntax (sentence construction)
Imagery (vivid descriptions that appeal to the senses)
Use SOAPSTone to analyze MLK's I Have a Dream speech
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