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Omission and Emphasis. Building Historical Skills AC7. Omission. An omission (verb= to omit) is when you do not include or mention (say) something. In history, this means the writer is not sharing all of the information that they have.

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Omission and emphasis

Omission and Emphasis

Building Historical Skills

AC7


Omission
Omission

  • An omission (verb= to omit) is when you do not include or mention (say) something.

  • In history, this means the writer is not sharing all of the information that they have.

  • All history omits some information because otherwise it would be too long and boring.

  • How could omitting some information be a form of BIAS?


Emphasis
Emphasis

  • An emphasis (verb=to emphasize) is to put focus or importance on one part of whole.

  • In history, this means that the writer wants the reader to focus on some information more.

  • All history emphasizes certain information. All writers have opinions about what information is more important.

  • How could emphasizing certain information be a form of BIAS?


Police report
Police Report

  • Date: March 20, 2014

  • Place: Q.I.S.S.

  • Report:

    This morning at 8:12 A.M. a man in a red shirt attacked Mr. Thorpe. He hit Mr. Thorpe with a turtle shell and ran away laughing. The man ran out of the building and jumped in a taxi.

  • Suspect: Mr. King


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