- identification of a significant language feature (with appropriate labelling)
- a clear example of this feature (ideally with the word, phrase or clause you’re specifically referring to underlined)
- an explanation of the effect of the language choice/ representation of the subject matter created by it
- a comment on how this is a feature of the mode of the text
Sunday, May 12, 2013
One thing that can really help you pick up marks in ENGA1 is developing a kind of template for your analysis that includes some kind of content for each of the three assessment objectives. It's a flexible template, rather than a straitjacket, so you don't need to include all four of these things every time, but it's certainly a good idea to hit at least three in every key sentence that you write:
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