• Media
    be verbal and non-verbal. In fact, text can include any form of communication between individuals or groups that creates some sort of meaning, for example, a movie, a photograph or a song. A text is a vehicle through which individuals or groups communicate with one another, using the codes and conventions...
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  • History and Memory
    interpret the full meaning behind a certain event. History can be anything that has helped shaped the world we live in today, and is generally based upon factual evidence and recordings. However, memories are the opinions created by each person and are normally subject to our own personal bias . The Smithsonian...
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  • Representation of Text History and Memory.
    Loose change is a documentary by Dylan Avery which has an opposing perspective to that of the terrorists attacking America. Both texts provide a recount of an event in history. Within history there is scope for challenging the disputable facts that we have been presented with. The Smithsonian website...
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  • text types matrix
    organize and store factual information. Knowledgeable people to people with no or little information about a topic learners Examples Encyclopedia Dictionary References Leaflets/Brochures Those wishing to be informed Explanation Instruction Exposition Recount Narrative ...
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  • mao last dancer
    view with specific reference to your non-fiction text. Autobiographies, as a narrative non-fiction text, generally rely on the conventions of factual historical evidence while presenting a personal point of view. Non-fiction texts therefore, rely on objective detail and a subjective perspective....
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  • Blog Is a Tool?
    intellectual, cerebral blogs that help to publicize constructive information, and on the other hand inexorably there are those that exists just to recount a person's everyday life. Negative effects are immeasurable on the internet like cyber-terrorism and racism. The influence depends on the content of...
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  • History and Memory Essay
    in the video of her reciting a poem with a formal factual introduction. The use of the factual introduction in contrast to her poem creates a holistic and reliable recount of the past as it portrays statistical evidence as well as an emotional recount. “Out of a family of 84 only my sister Blanca and...
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  • Evaluating Historical Sources
    and others may provide only one side of a given story or event. An unbiased, responsible source is much better to use. Say for example that I was going to recount the history of any given war. I would need a variety of sources to fully support my paper. This would allow me to get reactions from...
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  • Ksajfsdjf
    occurred Text type Information Report Chronicle Sub-types ? ? i) ii) iii) iv) v) Personal recount; Autobiographical recount; Biographical recount; Bi hi l t Historical recount Historical account Comparing things Comparative Report Explaining how & why Explanation i) things occur...
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  • Guevara and Sanchez
    dedication to the people, courage in the face of grave danger, and the desire to transform society. During her time in the Sierra Maestra, Sanchez, for example, she fought as a guerilla fighter and worked a military strategist. She played a crucial role in planning the infamous landing for Granma in 1956 and...
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  • Dieppe Raid
    Peter Henshaw and Brian Villa go to extreme lengths to recount the events that led up to the raid and the facts of how the raid played out. In his article “Unauthorized Action: Mountbatten and the Dieppe Raid”, Villa provides a very accurate recount of the events of the raid. However Henshaw’s article...
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  • Pow Kick
    teachers understand and evaluate their students’ progress and achievement in writing (scoring rubric); • annotated examples; and • a selected glossary of terms. Note: Examples are not provided for Level 1. Writing indicators are available for the following writing purposes: • persuade or...
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  • History and Memory, Yr 12 Hsc
    individual self, religion or culture. This bias recount of an individual’s memory of the event is published and considered to be factual history. Memory can affect history and change the way it is perceived by other people which is distortion of the truth. An example of this is “when the public institution of...
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  • Briar Rose
    explores the idea of history and memory and gives different views of reality. the use of the Authors note gives the audience a rude shock as to the real factual experiences faced in the World War II Holocaust. Allegory is used in this text as an extended metaphor to show one story through another allowing...
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  • Recount Movie Review of Bias and Events
    In many ways Recount is a great example of the good that Hollywood can do with real events rather than fiction. More recently, we’ve seen a great upswing in Hollywood producing movies based on historical events, or people. To name a just a couple, Argo and Lincoln are both movies that are based on actual...
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  • History and Memory Quotes
    the gaps and recreate his grandmother’s past that cannot be fully uncovered by history, and that can only and merely be imagined. P15 Baker briefly recounts a visit to the home of the Melbournian who used to clear bodies and sometimes burn them in Treblinka. The model of the camp that he made is his reconstruction...
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  • Fables, Parables, and Tales
    Fables, Parables, and Tales Fiction as defined in our textbook is a name for stories not entirely factual, but at least partially shaped, made-up, or imagined. Fiction stories can sometimes take the mind to places that are far away from reality, but add a lesson that aids in real-life application. In...
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  • Wild Swans
    demonstrates the grandmothers lack of participation in her own affairs. Jung Chang’s emotive writing style aims for sympathy from the reader as she is factual and brunt, hoping for the reader to connect to the situation as they apply their own emotions. The changing roles of women are significant as it...
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  • Fiftieth Gate
    If a meaningful understanding of the past is to be gained, the resources of both history and memory must be used. History is the factual, objective recording of events through documents, archives, records, artefacts and physical evidence whereas memory is the recollection of individuals of their personal...
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  • Hobbes vs the Fool
    general, yet as we currently understand from our own know-how, the fool’s contention is unsound.  In every day interactions persons manage in diverse examples support their covenants.  Here, Hobbes makes the fool's place appear blatantly untrue for its conspicuous betrayal of the genuine world.  Yet, as...
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