What is the effect on the atmosphere? Why has the writer used a short sentence? Why has the writer stressed these words? Alliteration Repetition of a sound at the beginning of words, e. What difference is being highlighted and why? Why is the word being compared to something else?
Imagery including similes, metaphors, colour and use of the 5 senses- sight, sound, touch, taste and smell The words allow the reader to create an image in their and involve the reader in the moment being described. Why has the writer chosen to show these two things? Why has the writer made this situation or character humorous?
What emotion or reaction are they portraying? Why has the writer chosen to put the exclamation there? How does it affect the mood?
Positive diction Words that are positive, e. Why does the writer want the reader to hear the sound? What element of the thing that it is being compared to has been highlighted in the word.
This highlights a contrast between two words, phrases or ideas, e. A writer might write a paragraph about a beautiful place and follow it with a paragraph describing a run-down place to show the differences between the ways in which two groups of people live.
This gives a negative tone and can portray negative feelings towards a character or situation. These can be used to add more detail to an action so that the reader can picture what is going on and how.
Metaphor A image created by referring to something as something else, e. What image has been created?
What picture does it create? Why has the writer created negative tone? Why has the writer used these verbs? What effect do these negative feelings have on the representation of the character or the atmosphere? What element of the thing that it is being compared to is being highlighted in the word.Transcript of IGCSE English Language Paper 3- Directed Writing.
IGCSE English Language Paper 3- Directed Writing Question 2: narrative or descriptive writing What else can we use? Spend at least 5 minutes planning your composition give your writing structure (use paragraphs!).
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Paper 2: Reading Passages (Extended) Paper 3: Directed Writing and Composition. Cambridge IGCSE First Language English is designed for learners whose first language is English.
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