2Mood and ToneTone and mood both deal with the emotions centred around a piece of writing. Though they seem similar and can in fact be related, they are in fact quite different.
3ToneTone is the writer’s/director’s attitude toward a subject. While journalistic writing theoretically has a tone of distance and objectivity, all other writing can have various tones.If we were to read a description of a first date that included words and phrases like “dreaded” and “my buddies forced me to go on the date”, we could assume that the individual didn’t really enjoy the date.
4MoodMood is the atmosphere of a piece of writing; it’s the emotions a text arouses in a reader.
5Hone Tuwhare Born in Kaipara in 1922. Died in Otago 2008. Tribal affiliations; Ngapuhi, Ngati Korokoro, Ngati Tautahi, Te Popoto, Uri-O-Hau.Apprenticed and worked as a boilermaker.Played a very active role in the Trade Union Movement – eventually kicked out for being a troublemaker.Began writing poetry seriously at the age of 34.Published many poems in magazines and a number of poetry collections."No Ordinary Sun" was published in 1964 and is still considered one of his most powerful poems. He was the first maori (writing in English) to have poetry published in NZ.
6No Ordinary Sun Unfamiliar Words Supplication Resilience a humble and sincere appeal to somebody who has the power to grant a requestResiliencethe ability to recover quickly from setbacks
7No Ordinary Sun Unfamiliar Words Deferential Showing or expressing polite respect or courtesyArdourGreat passion, enthusiasm, or eagerness
8No Ordinary Sun Unfamiliar Words Unheeding Paying little attention Vain entreatiesHopeless appeal, ineffective request
9No Ordinary Sun Unfamiliar Words Gallant monsoon Grand and majestic ‘wave’/’wind’Trade windA wind that blows towards the equator - a major component of the global weather system
10No Ordinary Sun Unfamiliar Words enhaloed A circle/ring of light (in this instance around the cloud)