Anadiplosis.ppt - Anadiplosis\/Conduplicatio As they continue Unit 2(reading information and writing informative\/explanatory students will be able to

Anadiplosis.ppt - Anadiplosis/Conduplicatio As they...

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Anadiplosis/ConduplicatioAs they continue Unit 2 (reading information and writing informative/explanatory) students will be able to effectively apply key rhetorical devices such as anadiplosis and conduplicatio to their writing. Ultimately, students will earn a 5 or 6 on an informative writing scoring rubric.As they continue Unit 2 (Reading Information and Writing Informative-Explanatory), students will be able to recognize key rhetorical devices (namely anadiplosis and conduplicatio) through peer share of journal responses. Students will peer assess a partner's writing using the 4-point open ended rubric for writing.As they continue their reading of Toni Morrison's, The Bluest Eye, students will be able to work cooperatively to justify the author's decisions concerning style and structure as pertaining to the sub-chapters of the work. Students will design an explication of their selected season, supporting their ideas with previous findings (prior knowledge, literature, film) and present this analysis through a presentation board.
Anadiplosis and conduplicatio are two forms of repetition that can help add structure to your essays.When used properly, repetition can be an effective organizational device. The key to using it is an awareness of what you are doing and why.While the repetition of a word makes it stand our from the rest of the text, if the repeated word has no real relevance, its use comes across as awkward and bulky.When the word is a key part of the discussion, however, repetition can help focus the reader’s attention on it. The word then takes on extra force and power.
Anadiplosis takes the last word of a sentence of phrase and repeats it near the beginning of the next sentence or phrase. Words used this way end up near one another, so their repetition becomes very apparent. Used well, this form can have a beautiful sound and can be an effective way of putting focus on a key word.

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