Belonging Related Material Owen

Topics: Eye color, Emotion, Feeling, The Reader, Ocean, Beauty / Pages: 2 (869 words) / Published: Mar 1st, 2015
Belonging Related Material
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When going back to a familiar place it can evoke emotions that you would not have if you didn’t have a strong belonging feeling.
­ Places of natural beauty can evoke a strong sense of belonging
Sample STEEL S: Places of natural beauty can evoke a strong sense of belonging. Wintons description of the beach and ocean show this to the reader. TEE: The description of the ocean help to evoke emotions connected to belonging. “deeps and shallows, black and turquoise, reef and sand, dark and light” and “digging and damming and dumping” Winton uses this string of adjectives and verbs to describe the ocean and beach. It pictures an ocean, reef and sand in all its beauty with his children playing and digging it up. He also helps create an atmosphere that the man in the story is in which helps us understand and believe in what he is saying. L: Through this Winton has created a feeling of belonging and safety with the beach and nature. New Boy
S: When going back to a familiar place it can evoke emotions that you would not have if you didn’t have a strong belonging feeling. TEE: In the classroom Joseph feels alone and like he does not belong. The director shows this by having grey, cold lighting in the irish classroom and when Joseph has a flashback the African classroom shows a bright, yellowish light. In the flashbacks the
African children are all happy to learn and do things like sit closely to each other and say “good morning teacher” in unison to signify comradery. When he ‘comes back’ to the irish classroom. The students show resistance to learning and the teacher points out the children that are wrong and embarreses them whereas the African classroom do everything together and in harmony. L: Through these techniques the producer has created a strong feeling of belonging and feeling safety and belonging when Joseph is reminiscing on life back in Africa and a

sense of fear and like he

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