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HOLOCAUST RAFT. Format Types. Poem. A type of writing that is broken up into lines and stanzas. Contains strong images and language use May be written from any perspective or point of view. Monologue. A speech, often in a play, that is a single speaker addressing someone else

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Holocaust raft

HOLOCAUST RAFT

Format Types


Holocaust raft

Poem

  • A type of writing that is broken up into lines and stanzas.

  • Contains strong images and language use

  • May be written from any perspective or point of view


Monologue

Monologue

  • A speech, often in a play, that is a single speaker addressing someone else

  • Is full of emotion and is delivering a message to the audience (person being spoken to)

  • Written in prose (sentences and paragraphs)

  • Written in first person


Monologue1

Monologue


Eulogy

Eulogy

  • Speech about someone who has died

  • Emotional and heartfelt

  • Pays respect to the person who has passed

  • Can be written in first person; may never mention “I”


Apology letter

Apology Letter

  • Letter apologizing for something very specific

  • Mentions the original offense and explains why the writer is sorry

  • Offers sincere emotion and regret

  • Written in first person


Interview

Interview

  • At least two parties – one asks specific questions; the other(s) answer(s) with complete responses

  • Thoughtful questions and responses

  • Both questions and answers are written in first person


Diary entry ies

Diary Entry(ies)

  • One or more written pieces that describe significant events in the writer’s life

  • Has specific details and feelings described

  • Is dated

  • Single entry should only cover one day’s event, at most

  • Can be a single entry about a single day/event OR several entries about many days/events

  • First person


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