The Frameworks

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A-Levels English Language A2 Mind Map on The Frameworks, created by Tullia on 05/03/2013.

Resource summary

The Frameworks
1 Lexis (Words)
1.1 Taboo Language
1.2 Jargon and Specialist Vocabulary
1.3 Archaic

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  • Old and mostly now unused words, but still exist.
1.4 Neologisms

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  • New words
1.5 Technical and Non-Technical language
1.6 Etymology

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  • Word origins
1.7 Lexical and Semantic fields
1.8 Colloquial Language
1.9 Semantics
1.9.1 Denotation
1.9.2 Connotation
1.9.3 Figurative language
1.9.3.1 Metaphor
1.9.3.2 Similie
1.9.3.3 Imagery
1.9.3.4 Collocations
1.9.4 Synonyms
1.9.4.1 Hypernyms
1.9.4.2 Hyponyms
1.9.4.3 Anatonyms
1.9.4.4 Polysemy
1.9.5 Hyperbole
1.9.6 Litotes
1.9.7 Euphemism and Dysphemism
1.9.8 Rhetoric
1.9.9 Irony
1.9.10 Oxymoron
1.9.11 Superlatives
2 Grammar
2.1 Word Classes
2.1.1 Adverbs
2.1.2 Nouns
2.1.2.1 Proper

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  • Names (generally capitalised) E.G. London, Matthew
2.1.2.2 Concrete

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  • Physical things E.G. chair, bed, cloth
2.1.2.3 Abstract

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  • Non-physical things E.G. emotions (love, hate)
2.1.3 Pronoun
2.1.3.1 Third Person

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  • He, she, they
2.1.3.2 Personal

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  • You, your, you're, yourself
2.1.3.3 First Person

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  • I, me, my
2.1.3.4 Second Person

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  • Us
2.1.4 Adjectives
2.1.4.1 Comparitives

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  • The second form: great, GREATER, greatest
2.1.4.2 Superlatives

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  • The top form; great, greater, GREATEST 
2.1.4.3 Base

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  • The smallest form of word: GREAT, greater, greatest
2.1.5 Conjunctions
2.1.6 Verbs
2.1.6.1 Modal
2.1.6.2 Imperative Verbs
2.1.6.3 Main Verbs
2.1.6.4 Finite and Non Finite

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  • Non finite: Words ending in -ing Finite: The opposite
2.1.6.5 Auxilary
2.1.6.6 Dynamic and Stative
2.2 Sentence Types
2.2.1 Minor

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  • No clause, usually an exclamation
2.2.2 Simple

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  • One clause
2.2.3 Compound

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  • Two main clauses joined by a conjunction (e.g. and, but)
2.2.4 Complex

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  • One main clause and a subordinate clause.
2.2.5 Exclamitives

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  • Exclamations
2.2.6 Imperatives

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  • Orders or commands
2.2.7 Interrogatives

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  • Questions
2.2.8 Declaritives

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  • Statements or facts
2.2.9 Directives
2.2.9.1 Imperatives

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  • Orders or commands
2.2.9.2 Mitigated
3 Pragmatics
3.1 Register

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  • The tone of the text
3.2 Context

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  • Outside factors that may have an influence on the text
3.3 Underlying Meaning

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  • What is the message of the text, what is it trying to say?
3.3.1 Implied Meaning

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  • What is the author trying to say?
3.3.2 Reading Between the Lines

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  • Words not said or written, but the motive of the text
3.4 Viewpoint
3.4.1 Genre
3.4.2 Audience
3.4.3 Purpose
3.5 Semantics
3.6 Euphemism

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  • Making words have a positive emphasis so that they do not sound harsh. E.G. passed away instead of died
3.6.1 Metaphor
3.6.2 Allegory
4 Discourse
4.1 Coherence

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  • The sound of the text, does it flow?
4.1.1 Register

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  • Tone
4.2 Conventions

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  • E.G. Letter, agenda, menu
4.3 Tripartite

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  • Groups of three repetitions
4.4 Cohesion
4.5 Discourse Markers

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  • Structural points that mark any text
4.5.1 Temporal

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  • Reference to Time
4.5.2 Spatial

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  • Reference to Space
4.6 Referencing
4.6.1 Anaphoric
4.6.2 Cataphoric
4.6.3 Exaphoric
4.6.4 Endophoric
4.7 Repitition
5 Phonology
5.1 Fricitives
5.2 Plosives
5.3 Patterning
5.4 Alliteration
5.5 Sibilance
5.6 Assonance
5.7 Onomatopoeia
5.8 Stress, Intonation, pausing, non fluency features
6 Graphology
6.1 Size
6.2 Colour
6.3 Photograph/ Drawing
6.4 Positioning
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