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Writing a Textual Analysis A Pre-Writing B Writing C Post Writing 1. Read both pieces several times before making a choice . Annotate the passage (make comments, marks, highlights). 3. Write your introduction - brief (no more than 100 words) - state text and genre - state thesis (see class notes for further information) - state your focus (what specifically you will be analyzing) 6. EDIT, EDIT, EDIT If this is a summative assessment, you should be writing at least one draft before you begin your final copy for submission. If this in on and exam, AIS or IB, leave yourself enough time to read over your paper, check for errors and clarity. 2. Make detailed notes of ideas and evidence relating to the main theme or idea presented in the piece. Plan your thesis based on your
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Unformatted text preview: rough notes. Discuss as many of the following as possible:-Content and Purpose-Audience-Point of View-Tone-Diction-Imagery-Syntax-Layout-Conclusion (see class notes for further information) 4. Write the body of your analysis- at least 4-5 paragraphs- focus on the efect of the devices, not just the device.- Each paragraph should include Point – ProoF (quotation) –Comment (PPC) 7. Relax. You are done. 5. Write your conclusion- Did you Fnd the text e±ective?- What was the message?- Was it e±ectively conveyed to you the audience?- Personal opinions can be included here Pre Writing Step 2: Make Detailed Notes of Ideas and Evidence Content DicTon Purpose Syntax Point of View Imagery Audienc e Layout ±one Conclusion...
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