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© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 A ALLITERATION F FACTS O OPINIONS R REPETITION E EMOTIVE LANGUAGE S STATISTICS T THREE (RULE OF) P in
© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 Personal Pronoun. P Very clever persuasive technique. Uses words such as WE, YOU, US, and THEY to strengthen, befriend, unite and separate. I’m gonna beat you up – We are gonna beat you up! You can do this – We will help you. Have faith in us together we will succeed. Those that aren’t here will miss out. They will fail!
© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 ALLITERATION A Words beginning with the same sounds. Slippery slimy slug Don’t forget to mention if it hardens or softens a word. Remember to talk about how it impacts upon the audience.
© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 Facts F Facts are something which can be checked out… Look for phrases like… We know…It has been proved… Research has shown… Check for statistics… 8 out of 10 cats… 66% of people asked. Look out also for experts being quoted… If a doctor who has researched for years says it is… is it a fact?
© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 Opinion O What is the difference between fact and opinion? What is the purpose of the article/piece? Look out for phrases such as… I believe… This may mean… It can be argued that… Experts have said that…
© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 Repetition / Reiteration / Rhetorical question. R REPETITION - Is something repeated? REITERATION – Is an idea repeated but in a different way? RHETORICAL QUESTION – a question that the audience cannot reply to but makes you think the answer. Why is it when you phone the wrong number it’s never engaged?
© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 Emotive language / Exaggeration (Hyperbole) E When you read the words can you hear passion? Anger? Frustration? Desperation? Has the writer gone over the top to get their message across? I beg you to listen and remember P in AFOREST you need to pass this exam it’s a matter of life and death!
© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 Statistics / Similes S Does the writer use numbers to back up their views? Do they use similes to heighten description and add to persuasion? 96% of students who don’t use P in AFOREST fail the exam and cry like irritating little babies! (boo hoo hoo)!
© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 Triadic structure or Triples. T Look out for sentences that use three adjectives such as _____, ______, and ______. Students who don’t use P in AFOREST, fail, get upset and then they cry! This also works with sentences… Vote for me because I care. Vote for me because I’m the best. Vote for me and I’ll never let you down.
© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 Using words or phrases that are familiar or stick in the mind. Catchy Words or Phrases Adds colour to the writing/speech by using words that sound the same or similar.Alliteration Saying the same word or phrase more than once for emphasis. Repetition Makes the writing/speech more colourful by comparing something to something else. Similes Using words like ‘I urge’ or ‘I demand’ for emphasis.Forceful Phrases Being over-the-top to get a point across.Exaggeration/Hyperbole Three phrases or describing words used to emphasise a point. Triadic Structure (clusters of three) Speaking to the reader in a friendly way.Chatty Style Questions that don’t require an answer.Rhetorical Questions Using words like ‘we’, ‘us’, and ‘you’ to make the writing more appealing. Personal Pronouns Definition.Persuasive Technique.
© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 Dear Friends, We’ve have been through so much together on this show, I urge you not to vote me off at this stage. If I go, who will do the cooking? I’ve shown the others a million times how to cook the rice and still it turns out gritty, lumpy and horrid! I know I can be a grumpy grouch sometimes, and I know that I’ve wandered round the camp like a bear with a sore head, but you have to admit, I can also be a funny fella! I demand, I urge, I ask that you give me one more day in this crazy camp!! I’d like you to vote for me, I’d like you to vote for me because I deserve to be here. You know it makes sense!! The Speech
© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 4144 You know it makes sense!!Catchy Words or Phrases grumpy grouch funny fella! crazy camp!! Alliteration I’d like you to vote for me, I’d like you to vote for me because I deserve to be here. Repetition I’ve wandered round the camp like a bear with a sore head, Similes I urge you not to vote me off I demand, I urge, I ask I’d like you to vote for me, Forceful Phrases I’ve shown the others a million times how to cook the rice Exaggeration/Hyperbole gritty, lumpy and horrid! I demand, I urge, I ask Triadic Structure (clusters of three) Dear friends, You know it makes sense!!Chatty Style If I go, who will do the cooking?Rhetorical Questions We’ve have been through so much together, I’d like you to vote for me, Personal Pronoun Example.Persuasive Technique.
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