• Non-Fictional Text Analysis
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  • 18.01.2023
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How to: Non-​Fictional Text Ana­ly­sis

Ex­am­ple:

1. IN­TRO­DUC­TION

The in­tro­duc­tion of your text ana­ly­sis con­tains an in­tro­duc­to­ry sen­tence

--> _____________________________

--> _____________________________

--> _____________________________

--> _____________________________

--> _____________________________

and an one sen­tence sum­ma­ry of the text.

To de­s­ci­be the word choice of a text you can use the fol­lo­wing ex­pres­si­ons:

- to use /an ex­pres­si­on in the li­te­ral/fi­gu­ra­ti­ve sense

- to use tech­ni­cal terms from the field of

- to use for­mal/slang ex­pres­si­ons

- a word al­lu­des to sth

2. MAIN BODY

Ac­cor­ding to the exer­cises wou will ana­ly­se your text in the main body.

--> style: SY­T­LIS­TIV DE­VICES

--> re­gis­ter: WHO IS THE ADRE­SEE? WHERE WAS THE TEXT PU­BLISHED?

--> tone: COL­LO­QUI­AL OR FOR­MAL SPEECH

The au­t­hor's/ nar­ra­tor's tone can be...

de­tached

fac­tu­al

mat­ter of fact

ob­jec­ti­ve

bia­sed

cy­ni­cal

Good to know!

- struc­tu­re your ana­ly­sis

- use lin­king words

-use the pre­sent tense

- stay neu­tral

Other sty­li­stic de­vices I know are (pro­vi­de ex­amp­les)  ......