English 2AB

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English 2AB Mind Map on English 2AB, created by claudio.fanconi on 06/03/2013.
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English 2AB
1 Short Expository Text
1.1 view of real world
1.2 Are not FACT, but based on opinion
1.3 Use of facts and details
1.4 types of short expository texts
1.4.1 Essay
1.4.2 feature articles
1.4.3 Speeches
1.4.4 Songs
1.4.5 letters
1.5 POV of Writer
1.5.1 Authorial Voice
1.6 Persuasive Devices
1.6.1 Images
1.6.1.1 Photographs
1.6.1.2 Illustrations
1.6.1.3 Cartoons
1.6.2 Statistics
1.6.3 Expert 'Witnesses'
1.6.4 Facts
1.6.5 personal experience
1.6.6 Worst Case scenario
1.6.7 Name/Credit
1.7 Reading & Analysing
1.7.1 Purpose of Title
1.7.2 Author's Name
1.7.3 Identify Source
1.7.4 Argument
1.7.5 Introduction
1.7.5.1 link to main idea
1.7.6 Body Paragraphs
1.7.6.1 Position Reader
1.7.7 Typography
1.7.8 Graphics
1.7.9 last Paragraph
1.8 Technique (Feature Article)
1.8.1 Snappy Headline
1.8.1.1 Pun
1.8.1.2 Rhetorical Question
1.8.2 Subheadline
1.8.2.1 Summarise main argument
1.8.3 Language Choice
1.8.3.1 Personal or Idiomatic
1.8.3.2 Appropriate
1.8.4 Rhetorical Questions
1.8.5 Relevant Jargon
1.8.6 Short Paragraphs
1.8.7 Strong Personal Voice
1.8.8 Catchy Conclusion
1.8.8.1 Simple
1.8.8.2 One Sentence
1.9 Studied Texts
1.9.1 Driven to Distraction
1.9.1.1 satirical / cynical
1.9.1.2 Title
1.9.1.2.1 Alliteration
1.9.1.3 Persuasive Devices
1.9.1.3.1 exageration
1.9.1.3.2 Aggressive Language
1.9.1.3.3 Anecdote
1.9.1.3.4 Evidence
1.9.1.3.5 Rhetoric questions
1.9.1.3.6 interviews
1.9.1.3.7 Image
1.9.1.3.7.1 Happy people eating dinner
1.9.1.4 Introduction
1.9.1.4.1 Persuasive
1.9.1.4.2 humorous
1.9.1.5 Text Details
1.9.1.5.1 Jim Berardo
1.9.1.5.2 The Australian
1.9.1.6 Issue
1.9.1.6.1 Electric Devices at meal
1.9.1.6.2 phone calls during dinner
1.9.1.6.3 Good Manners
1.9.1.6.4 Photography of food
1.9.1.6.5 Bloggers
1.9.1.7 argument
1.9.1.7.1 it's rude
1.9.1.7.2 too many people
1.9.1.7.3 food looks "ugly" in Pics
1.9.1.7.4 no communication
1.9.2 Why Perth is dead Boring
1.9.2.1 Persuasive Devices
1.9.2.1.1 inclusive language (we)
1.9.2.1.2 Aggressive Language
1.9.2.1.3 famous people
1.9.2.1.4 attack
1.9.2.1.5 Rhetorical Questions
1.9.2.1.6 Onomatopia
1.9.2.1.7 Slogan
1.9.2.2 Details
1.9.2.2.1 Grahame Armstrong
1.9.2.2.2 Sunday Times
1.9.2.2.3 2007
1.9.2.3 Issue
1.9.2.3.1 boredom of the city
1.9.2.3.2 shops aren't open
1.9.2.3.3 Government doesn't allow any
2 The Flame Tree
2.1 Stages of a Novel
2.1.1 1. Exposition
2.1.2 2. Conflict
2.1.3 3. Rising action
2.1.4 4. Climax
2.1.5 5. Resolutio
2.2 Characters
2.2.1 Isaac Williams
2.2.1.1 Protagonist
2.2.2 Ismail Trisno (Friend)
2.2.3 Mary Williams (Mother)
2.2.4 Graham Williams (Father)
2.2.5 Mr Suherman (Teacher)
2.2.6 Tuan Guru
2.2.7 Mas Benkok
2.2.8 Mas Tanto
2.3 Plot
2.3.1 1. The Williams are Americans who work in Indonesia
2.3.2 2.Isaac is very good friend with Ismail
2.3.3 3.Protests start in Indonesia about religion
2.3.4 4. Christians have to suffer violence
2.3.5 5. The Children get evacuated
2.3.6 6. The Helicopter of Isaac crashes, he survives and gets taken as a hostage
2.3.7 7. Mr Suherman teaches him about Islam
2.3.8 8. Isaac gets circumciced and freed to his parents
2.3.9 9.Mum and Isaac go to Tuan Guru and forgive him
2.4 Idea
2.4.1 Extremism of any kind is dangerous
2.4.2 Religion should not be put before their children
2.4.3 Different religions have fights between eachother
2.4.4 Americans are very wealthy and lucky people
2.4.5 Local people in Indonesia suffer
2.5 Conventions
2.5.1 Plot Structure
2.5.2 Characters
2.5.2.1 Protagonist
2.5.2.2 Antagonist
2.5.2.3 Minor Characters
2.5.3 Settings
2.5.3.1 Time
2.5.3.2 Place
2.5.3.3 Position
2.5.4 POV
2.5.4.1 First Person
2.5.4.2 Second Person
2.5.4.3 Third Person
2.5.4.3.1 multiple
2.5.4.3.2 Limited
2.5.4.3.3 Omniscent
2.6 Richard Lewis
3 Target Audience
4 Purpose
5 Form
6 Context
7 Exit Through The Gift Shop
7.1 Conventions
7.1.1 Audio
7.1.1.1 Music
7.1.1.2 (non) diegetic sound
7.1.1.3 Voiceover
7.1.1.4 Narrator
7.1.2 Written
7.1.2.1 Title
7.1.2.2 Subtitle
7.1.2.3 Credits
7.1.2.4 All written things
7.1.3 Technical
7.1.3.1 Lightning
7.1.3.2 Framing
7.1.3.3 Shots
7.1.3.4 Montage
7.1.3.5 tracking
7.1.3.6 Focus
7.1.3.7 Hand-hold Camera
7.1.4 Symbolic
7.1.4.1 Objects
7.1.4.2 Clothing
7.1.4.3 body language
7.1.4.4 Facial expressions
7.1.4.5 Colours
7.1.4.6 Actors
7.1.5 Narrative
7.1.5.1 Characters
7.1.5.2 Plot
7.1.5.3 POV
7.1.5.4 Settings
7.1.5.5 structure
7.2 Idea
7.2.1 Street art is something beatiful
7.2.2 Street art is against the law
7.2.3 You can make money with street art
7.2.4 Banksy and Sheppard are Pros
7.2.5 Terry is a selfish and chaotic person
7.2.6 Street art respect must be gained
7.3 Characters
7.3.1 Terry Guetta (Protagonist)
7.3.2 Sheppard Fairy
7.3.3 Banksy
7.3.4 Space "Invader"
7.4 Produced: 2010 by Banksy
8 Print Visuals
8.1 Conventions
8.1.1 Written
8.1.1.1 Title
8.1.1.2 Subtitle
8.1.1.3 Meaning
8.1.1.4 Words
8.1.1.5 language
8.1.2 Symbolic
8.1.2.1 Clothes
8.1.2.2 Body Language
8.1.2.3 Facial Expression
8.1.2.4 Objects
8.1.3 Narrative
8.1.3.1 Plot
8.1.3.2 Story behind Picture
8.1.3.3 Character
8.1.3.4 Settings
8.1.4 Technical
8.2 Studied Texts
8.2.1 'The Tiananmen Square'
8.2.1.1 1989, Jeff Widener
8.2.1.2 War is bad
8.2.1.3 it needs only one person
8.2.1.4 Communist govt is bad
8.2.1.5 Single man has no chance against Govt
8.2.1.6 Photojournalism
8.2.2 'Sudan Civil War'
8.2.2.1 Kevin Carter, 1994
8.2.2.2 War is bad
8.2.2.3 Girl starving in foreground
8.2.2.4 Vulture waiting for Girl to die
8.2.2.5 Dry land
8.2.2.6 Photojournalism
8.2.3 'Michael Kors Advertisement"
8.2.3.1 Woman is beautiful because of bag
8.2.3.2 She's Famous
8.2.3.3 Big Handbag in Foreground
8.2.3.4 Crowd loves her
8.2.3.5 expensive clothes
8.2.3.6 Advertisment to buy the product
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