Common or disparate issues, assumptions, perspectives, and values as a result of textual conversations. Canonical texts vs Modern appropriation
Assumptions perceptions derived from assumptions allows a deeper understanding
Perspective Perspective Is shaped by context it determines ones attitude to the common and disparate issues represented in texts.
As a result of changing personal and historical it changes our perspective on certain things.
Textual features Form and language techniques
Conventions stereotypes or normally expected from a particular form/ genre e.g., Poetry conventions rhyme scheme. Stanzas, rhythm.
Context the different kinds of contexts are personal, social, cultural, historical and political.
Context purpose audience BIG THREE
What insights do we get from looking at the texts comparatively?
Individual and common textual features, concepts, and values. these are elements we need to examine.
Responses must include appropriate terminology, grammar, syntax, and structure.
This group of words tells us how we need to construct the relationship between the texts. Comparison of the texts need to use this vocabulary. Resonances, Dissonances, mirror, align, collide, common , disparate, reimagining, reframing
This group of words tells us that our analysis needs to centre on the connection between meaning and context. Body paragraph ideas need to focus on this context, values, issues, perspectives, assumptions.
Understanding appreciation and enjoyment through the use of evaluative language
This group of words tells us the aspects of context that we need to consider in our analysis. Context must be infused into analysis of each example. Personal, historical, political, social, and cultural
Society is dynamic therefore context is ever changing
This group of words tells us the textual aspects that should be analysed and compared in the essay body textual features( form and language), conventions, purpose(authors intended), style( what’s distinctive about how they write,
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