A Level: English language and literature techniques = Form


This is the form section of the FSL framework.
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Genre > The type of writing. E.g. An article, story...
Narrative position - 1st person = singular > Singular 1st position is subjected and uses 'I' and 'we' when referring to yourself/yourself with others. > It can also be used as the subject of the sentence.
Narrative position - 1st person = objective > Objective 1st person position is 'me' or, as plural, is 'us'.
Narrative position - 1st person = Possessive > Possessive 1st person position uses 'my', 'mine', 'our' and 'ours'.
Narrative position - 2nd person > To address the reader by using pronouns such as 'you', 'your' and 'yours'.
Narrative position - 3rd person > Used when referring to a person place, thing or idea. > Singular - 'he', 'she' and 'it'. >Plural - 'they', 'theirs' and 'them'.
Narrative viewpoint > The view/eyes that the story is being told through.
Register > The formality of the text.
Tone > The authors attitudes towards a subject.
Mood > The atmosphere of the writing - the emotions.
Context/Semantic fields > A group of words that belong together. > Discourse that surrounds a language unit and helps determine its interpretation.
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