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Author's Viewpoint

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Andrea Schneider

on 5 December 2015

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Transcript of Author's Viewpoint

Author's Tone + Reader's Mood


= Author's Viewpoint
Let's look at this another way
The author's opinion and/or how the author
FEELS
about the topic.
Viewpoint
Tone is writer's attitude toward the subject and the audience.

This impacts the mood, your emotional response, and is evidence of the author's viewpoint.
How do we determine viewpoint?
Does a writer use bias or a sense of prejudice in his tone?

Does the writer have a motive?

How can I recognize the bias and the motive?
Questions to Ask
Tone is the writer's attitude toward the audience, the characters, and the 'work' .
Practice!
Practice!
Author's Viewpoint
What is the author's attitude?
Is there prejudice or bias in the opinion?
Are there any facts used?
Can the source be trusted?
What does the writer say to us explicitly or what does he just *infer?



Look for: Facts , opinions, and the word choices the writer uses.
Mood is the feeling of the reader about the subject or text.
What is the author's tone and the reader's mood in the original "Tangled"?






What is the author's tone and the reader's mood in the second version of "Tangled"?
Practice
Tone is the writer's attitude toward the audience, the characters, and the 'work' .
Mood is the feeling of the reader about the subject or text.
What is the author's tone and the reader's mood in the first video of "Marley and Me?"







What is the author's tone and the reader's mood in the second video of "Marley and Me?"
Your turn!
The three little pigs
The True Story of the Three Little Pigs
The Three Little Pigs
Author's Tone?

Mood?

Viewpoint?

Illustrate.
Author's Tone?

Mood?

Viewpoint?

Illustrate.
wolf
The True Story of the Three Little Pigs
wolf
Tangled (The Original)
Author's Tone?

Mood?

Viewpoint?

Illustrate.
Author's Tone?

Mood?

Viewpoint?

Illustrate.
Tangled: The Horror Story
The author thinks ___________ because ___________.
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