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A narrative is a story. Narrative writing simply means story writing. And just as there are conventions and rules to follow when composing other kinds of texts, narrative writing has its own conventions. Some of the vital ingredients needed to create a story are plot, character, setting and dialogue. Beyond those, a writer should check that the story makes sense and keeps the reader engaged. Simple, right? Writing Dialogue, Descriptive Writing, Narrative Writing, Deutsch Lernen B1, Deutsch A2, Gcse English, English Writing, Summer Reading Lists, Beach Reading
GCSE English - Writing Narrative
A narrative is a story. Narrative writing simply means story writing. And just as there are conventions and rules to follow when composing other kinds of texts, narrative writing has its own conventions. Some of the vital ingredients needed to create a story are plot, character, setting and dialogue. Beyond those, a writer should check that the story makes sense and keeps the reader engaged. Simple, right?
Education Quizzes
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A metaphor states that one thing is something else. This description, however, is too simple for the way metaphors often work in poetry, literature and speeches. You will often find something being described, or written about, as if it is something else. Some of the examples in this quiz are quite challenging to spot. English Quiz, English Metaphors, Something Else, The One, Literature, Poetry, Simple, Work
GCSE English - Metaphors
A metaphor states that one thing is something else. This description, however, is too simple for the way metaphors often work in poetry, literature and speeches. You will often find something being described, or written about, as if it is something else. Some of the examples in this quiz are quite challenging to spot.
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Education Quizzes
GCSE English revision doesn’t have to be an absolute bore. In fact, we think English is pretty interesting. We whizz up the National Curriculum stuff into quizzes that you’ll enjoy doing. It’s like doing a pub quiz on your school subjects. Persuasive Writing, Writing Skills, English Gcse Revision, School Quiz, Pub Quiz, National Curriculum, School Subjects
GCSE English Quizzes - Rapis Revising for Exams
GCSE English revision doesn’t have to be an absolute bore. In fact, we think English is pretty interesting. We whizz up the National Curriculum stuff into quizzes that you’ll enjoy doing. It’s like doing a pub quiz on your school subjects.
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Education Quizzes
Style, tone, grammar, punctuation, genre, rhetorical devices - an excellent writer must master these 'tools of the trade' to achieve the desired effect in any piece of writing. Consider the types of writing you most enjoy reading - what makes them good? What if they were written by other authors - how would they be different? Take time to notice the techniques used by writers and try to achieve similar effects in your own writing by experimenting with them. Rhetorical Device, Rhetorical Question, Personal Writing, Type Of Writing, Authors, Writers, School Prospectus
GCSE English - How Writers Achieve Effects
Style, tone, grammar, punctuation, genre, rhetorical devices - an excellent writer must master these 'tools of the trade' to achieve the desired effect in any piece of writing. Consider the types of writing you most enjoy reading - what makes them good? What if they were written by other authors - how would they be different? Take time to notice the techniques used by writers and try to achieve similar effects in your own writing by experimenting with them.
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Education Quizzes
Personification is when writers give human characteristics to objects, ideas or animals. It is used so frequently, especially in poetry, that it can be hard to spot at times. The wind, for example, is often described as having a human voice - it howls, or whispers, or even shouts. Personification is one of many methods writers have for writing vividly and for engaging their readers' senses. Writing, Ideas, English, Readers, Senses, Example, Quiz
GCSE English Quiz - Personification
Personification is when writers give human characteristics to objects, ideas or animals. It is used so frequently, especially in poetry, that it can be hard to spot at times. The wind, for example, is often described as having a human voice - it howls, or whispers, or even shouts. Personification is one of many methods writers have for writing vividly and for engaging their readers' senses.
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Studying spoken language, how we speak, can be fascinating. When you transcribe recorded speech you become aware of the difference between writing and speech. Spontaneous speech contains repetition, fillers, hesitations, interruptions, unfinished sentences and sentences which appear ungrammatical. A good dialogue, or speaking with others, also involves turn-taking and cooperation. Daria, Retail Technology, Managing People, Finding A New Job, Business Innovation, Life Science, Success Business, Promotion, Finance
GCSE spoken language - learn the nuances of how we speak
Studying spoken language, how we speak, can be fascinating. When you transcribe recorded speech you become aware of the difference between writing and speech. Spontaneous speech contains repetition, fillers, hesitations, interruptions, unfinished sentences and sentences which appear ungrammatical. A good dialogue, or speaking with others, also involves turn-taking and cooperation.