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year10 english

half yearly exams

alliteration the use of the same consonant or of a vowel, not necessarily the same vowel, a the beginning of each word
anedote a short account of a particular incident or event, especially of an interesting or amusing nature
emotive appeals an emotional appeal is used to sway the emotions of an audience to make them support the speakers audience
irony the use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning
tone any sounds considered with reference to its quality, pitch, strength, sound
subtexts the underlying or implicit meaning as of literary work
insight asking tough questions and giving tough answers
independence distancing emotionally and physically from the sources of trouble in ones life
relationships making fulfilling connections to other people
initiative taking charge of problems
creativity using imagination and expressing ones self in art forms
humour finding comic in the tragic
morality acting on the basics of informed conscience
metaphor a figure of speech that compares one thing or idea to another, using a term or phrase it literally isnt to suggest similarity
hyperbole exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litterally
simile a comparision between two unalike things, usually using the words like or as
personification a figure of speech in which a thing, an idea or an animal is given human attribute
repetition repetition is a literary device that repeats the same words or phrases a few times to make the idea clearer
what is the definition of authority? the right to act in a specified way, delegated from one person or organisation to another.
what camera shot targets an overall view or establishing shot? wide shot
what camera shot gives details usually from the waist up? medium shot
what camera shot shows head and shoulders and little to no background? close up
what camera shot emphasises physical features or emotions? extreme close up
what camera shot is taken from beneath the subject, it makes the subject exaggerated and emphasises power? low angle shot
what camera angle shot shows looking down on the subject, shows lack of power? high angle shot
what is governmental authority? Give an Explanation and example the trained personnel who gets the job done. they unhold laws and are responible for ethical governing. eg- local council
what is spiritual authority? Give an Explanation represents a religous or spiritual order- they have been trained to become specialists and leaders in particular orders. eg-priests or pope
what is academic authority? Give an Explanation someone with superior or vast knowlegde- used to assist and advance others in society. eg- uni teacher
what is social authority? Give an Explanation respected by peers in the community, seen to organise particular social and charity functions. eg- event manager / src/ sporting teams
what is cultural authority? Give an Explanation people who are considered to be respected or knowledgable about a particular culture and its practises. eg- indigenous elders/ preachers
what is personal authority? Give an Explanation where you have control over your own actions and have the ability to grow as a person. eg- parents, peers, yourself
what is political authority? Give an Explanation and example the public elect political leaders to make decisions which will benefit the wider community eg- prime minister - tony abbott
Created by: reba.nicholson1
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