Presented by Jennifer Leal and Cheryl Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org c email@example.com. E-Guided Reading. ( RAH) 2 (AH) 3 + [ROMA(1+MA)]+(GA) 2 +(OOH)(LA ) 2. Today’s Meet. https://todaysmeet.com/e-Reading. How does one create meaning?.
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Presented by Jennifer Leal and Cheryl Kelly
(RAH)2 (AH)3 + [ROMA(1+MA)]+(GA)2 +(OOH)(LA)2
How does one create meaning?
Who or what can you thank for helping you create meaning with a variety of texts?
Varity of Texts
Text, Forms, Features
Supports and Challenges
To market a product, attraction, or event
To create interest and goodwill
Single sheet, often folded, of promotional material advertising a product, attraction, or event
Schedules and timetables
Language may vary within one brochure from concise and factual (especially when giving information of price, responsibilities, reservations) to emotive and persuasive descriptions using superlatives and making comparisons with competitors.
Persuasive language, often including superlatives or unsubstantiated claims.
layout are important
Varied layout, sometimes confuses the reader
Excerpts from Margaret E. Mooney’s Text Forms and Fractures p. 26
News-O-Matic, Daily Reading for Kids
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