Notes from today’s class…
- Exaggeration in order to make a point.
A Mars bar can save your life.
- A series of three points, clauses or sentences.
A Mars bar is sweet, chocolatey and full of vitamins!
- The highest point of tension in a text/ paragraph/ sentence.
- Repetition at the start of sentences or clauses.
Mars bars are the tastiest! Mars bars are the cheapest! Mars bars are the best!
- The use of sadness to manipulate the audience.
Imagine a world without Mars bars. So many children living in misery.
- Use of several conjunctions in close succession.
I will eat Mars bars and I will reject all others and I will have more energy and I will win!
- Language used to evoke certain emotions in the reader.
David hasn’t had a Mars bar in two days. He is desperately unhappy, crying out for the chocolate, without which he will surely die…