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A2 LL revision

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Karen Griffiths

on 2 May 2014

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Transcript of A2 LL revision

What do I need to know?
Revising for the exam
Openings and closings
INTERACTIONAL FEATURES
Simile
LITERARY DEVICES
Lexis
LINGUISTIC TERMINOLOGY
GRICE
THEORISTS
ESSAY STRUCTURES
READ THE TEXT AGAIN!
ANNOTATE EACH PAGE FOR LINGUISTIC DEVICES
ANNOTATE EACH PAGE FOR LITERARY DEVICES
ANNOTATE ANY FEATURES OF RHETORIC THAT YOU NOTICE
PRACTICE READING A DOUBLE PAGE AND ANNOTATING IN 15 MINUTES
CONSIDER KEY THEMES AND RELATIONSHIPS AND WHERE THEY MIGHT BE APPROPRIATE
REVISING THE CRUCIBLE
framing
turn taking
feedback and monitoring
repairs and self-corrections
pauses
ritualised insults
taboo
adjacency pairs
tag questions
IRF
topic development
face work
interruptions
fillers
overlaps
Metaphor
Imagery
Stage directions
structure
narrative voice/perspective
syntax
grammar
sentence type/function
register
genre
discourse
utterance
interlocutor
exchange
LABOV
BROWN AND LEVINSON
GOFFMAN
LAKOFF
SHUTTLEWORTH
GILES
(convergence)
WHAT ARE THE THEMES OF THE PLAY?
Tolerance/Intolerance
Hysteria
Reputation
Compassion/forgiveness
Empowerment
Lies
Justice
Good vs evil
jealousy
witchcraft
religion
sin and guilt
RELATIONSHIPS IN THE TEXT
John and Elizabeth
Abigail and John
Hale and John
Hale and Danforth
Parris and the Putnams
Parris and Proctor
WHERE CAN I ACCESS PAST PREZI?
http://prezi.com/user/strodesenglish
Poetic terminology
Let's take OPENINGS as an example...
In pairs - craft a mind map for another INTERACTIONAL FEATURE!
WHAT OTHER LITERARY TERMS DO YOU THINK WE SHOULD KNOW?
PICK ONE AND MINDMAP...
YOU CAN MINDMAP ESSAYS TOO...
PAST PAPERS ARE AVAILABLE VIA A LINK ON MOODLE

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS WILL BE POSTED OUTSIDE MB06 - PURPLE FOLDER
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