Presentation on theme: "BELONGING country Family religion believes Friends community"— Presentation transcript:
1 BELONGING country Family religion believes Friends community I belong toreligionFamilycommunityFriendsbelieves
2 Contents Page What is belonging? What are the aspects of belonging? What does belonging mean to me?Peter Skyzencki Immigrant Chronicle…‘Immigrants at Central Station’‘10 Mary Street’Song Lyrics ‘This is Where I Belong’Conclusion
3 What is belonging mean?Belonging means that some thing that you cant change no matter what happen like your eye colour , country of birth and so many thing that never change but still some little things It may change through pirates of time like country, language gander and religion those the can be change and change your belonging.
4 Aspects of BelongingBelonging it’s how you define your self to others. contexts – personal, social and cultural. Belonging is represented by language forms, features and structures of the texts.
5 What does belonging mean to me? My belonging is how to show myself to others and who other can organize me. It is my personality, appearance, and actions that define me as a Mandan person.FamilyFriendsCareerCommunityCountry of birth
6 ‘Immigrant ChroniclePeter Skrzynecki is a poet & fiction writer of Polish Ukrainain decentHe wrote the poem’s to show his life in Australia.
7 Immigrant Chronicle at Central Station Not belonging:The migrants feel isolated, alone, cold because of their loss of solidarity, friendship and the familiar system of the hostel.
8 How is belonging presented in the text? Belonging is a perception… It is individual for all.Feeling of not belonging the immigrates feel lonely , sad isolated , depressed , afraid because of their hose Isolated, pressed friendship at the filmier system of the hostel
9 The immigrant at the central station It’s a poem about the people who come to Australia as migrant and put the in a hostel at the central station which many people struggling to live freely until a train have to come and take them home .
10 HOW IS BELONGING PRESENTED IN THE TEXT Aspect of Belonging: It is a perception and individual for all.Techniques used to present belongingMetaphor: “With the dampness that slowly sank into Effect the use of imagery show how they been affected by the loneliness and hope.The immigrants are at a busy station however they feel isolated & alone.
11 HOW IS BELONGING PRESENTED IN THE TEXT Aspect of Belonging: It is a perception and individual for all.Techniques used to present belonging:
12 10 Mary streetWhen they left the camp till the y moved to their own home. Where it’s in 10 Mary street The family belong to their home and the community as they have some thing belong to.
13 HOW IS BELONGING PRESENTED IN THE TEXT Aspect explored within the text: A sense of belonging can stand out from connection/communication with community around youSimile: “like a well oiled lock”Effect: it show a strict routine of his life.
14 HOW IS BELONGING PRESENTED IN THE TEXT Aspect explored within the text: Belonging Might change over time when you start understand the community and the place you live in it will changeTechniques used to present belongingPersonification: the house stands in its china blue coat”Effect: This present how the writer sees his house from his imagination.
15 Song “This is Where I belong “by Adam’s peter” Adams was born in Kingston, Ontario, to British parents who had emigrated from England to Canada in the 1950s. Adams sang this song to show how he belong to his country.
16 HOW IS BELONGING PRESENTED IN THE TEXT Aspect explored within the song: : A sense of belonging can emerge from connections with places.Techniques used to present belonging:Personification a with a strong sound that call’s my name.it’s show how he feels safe and belongs to his new country.
17 HOW IS BELONGING PRESENTED IN THE TEXT Aspect explored within the song: belonging can emerge from connection to a place.Techniques used to present belonging:First person pronoun this where I belong.Effect To make audience feel what he is feeling about his country
18 Conclusion Individual for all Possible to change overtime Certain things stay the same; example family…ONLY ME CAN DEFINE MY OWN belonging