Essay Structure for THREE articles/visuals | Part 4 | Analysing Argument

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Essay Structure for THREE articles/visuals | Part 4 | Analysing Argument

This is part 5 of a 7 part series on how to analyse articles for your Language Analysis SAC. Your school will give you three pieces of information, and these may be presented as either articles (opinion, editorial, letter to the editor) or images (cartoons, illustrations, graphs). Here I use a past VCAA exam and analyse it with you ๐Ÿ™‚

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5 Comments

  1. Lil' Potato says:

    Could you please do a video on the getting rid of score's??

  2. John Bui says:

    thank you

  3. linc says:

    do you think you could do a video going through the criteria please?

  4. linc says:

    for language analysis, do we have to compare between the ways the authors persuade the audience? my teacher said thatโ€™s not in the criteria. i just want to clear this up.

  5. thatsnumberwang100 says:

    This was very well done. You clearly explained the differences. I have heard teachers discouraging block, and praising integrated, but experience comparing is needed to make that work. Cheers.

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