2011 HSC: Question 1- Elective 1: Distinctive Voices (20 marks)
In what ways are people and their experiences brought to life through distinctive voices? In your response, make detailed reference to your prescribed text and at least ONE other related text of your own choosing.
Through the use of...
Lavender- Distinctive voices
Voice is associated with the author’s style and quality of writing which allows the author to convey a characters attitude and personality as well distinctive experiences. Distinctive voices represent a characters role and essentiality in a plotline, various voices represent...
The distinctive world in which the character abides by creates the distinctive voice. Each character is portrayed by their voice and actions. The characteristic of the distinctive world in which he or she inhabits shapes the character.
Good_______ Mr turner and fellow students; I have chosen the text...
In what ways are people and their experience brought to life through distinctive voices?
The life and crimes of Harry Lavender, Marele day guides the reader into the world of the novel through narrative perspective, tone, detailed description and personifying the setting. Bruce Dawes anti-war poem...
develops the new understanding of the perception of the world through the written, spoken and visual language in all different kind of texts. Distinctive Voices relate to the use of language affects interpretation and shape meaning within texts, depending on the textual medium. This can relate to register...
was cheering in a nerve-wrecking swimming race: "Why are you this loud?"
This was definitely a first for me, for discovering the source of loud voice never crossed my mind. I was stunned for I did not know how to phrase an answer - and simply sniggered instead.
I have yet to find a satisfactory...
stimulus that can interfere with, or degrade, the quality of a message. Noises are being described as being external signals such as loud music or voices, a humming air conditioner, or bizarre dress or hair-style. And noises can be from internal stimuli, such as hunger or sleepiness, and semantic interference...
us in our journey in becoming authors. Over the next few months, we will learn about the art of essay writing and how it gives the author a distinctive voice. We will perfect our use of writing types (expository, narrative, and persuasive) in hopes of connecting with our audience. We will talk about...
a text through distinctive voices demonstrate their personalities which contribute to an insightful understanding of the text.
Marele Dey’s novel, The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender (Harry…) 1988 expounds the criminal activities of crime boss Harry Lavender whose distinctive voice though unheard...
Experience Through Language “Distinctive Voices” Analysis Table – Pygmalion
(NOTES TO USE IN ESSAYS / EXTENDED RESPONSES)
|Technique |Evidence (include Act/page number) |EFFECT in relation to “Distinctive Voices” ...
Distinctive voices can change our perceptions and views towards an individual. All texts present distinctive voices, no matter what form of text or who the composer is. Distinctive voices are created in texts through the use of the characters, enemies and setting.. creates the distinctive voice of a...
Marele Day has successfully composed distinctive voices through her text through her use of characteristics within the characters Claudia Valentine and Harry Lavender to make her point of view. Marele Day has written the novel in a way so that her own distinctive voice may be interpreted through the protagonist...
Harry Lavender - essay
How does the use of distinctive voices influence the reader’s response to people and events in The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender and one other related text of your own choosing?
Composers use distinctive voices in their texts to enable us to think about significant issues...
Mind directed by Michel Gondry, cinematography and characterisation presented ideas about memory and the disintegration of a relationship.
P2 A distinctive aspect of the cinematography in this film is the use of Special effects. They are used to emphasise the degradation of memory in the character of...
Distinctive voices are created in texts through the use of the protagonists, antagonists and setting. Contemporary composers manipulate characteristics of texts to portray its distinctive voice. This is evident in Marele Day’s novel the Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender, by the giving the protagonist...
Distinctive voices are the attitudes created by the narrator of the text. The text reveals the persona’s opinions and can persuade the reader to adopt their particular perspective. It is quite common for people to express and record their life experiences through written text. Poetry being one of the...
Composers create distinctive voices in their texts to help shape, challenge or even support perceptions we have about the world we live in.
Composers use distinctive voices in their texts to help us think about the significant issues involved in the world around us. Marele Day, in “the Life and Crimes...
Distinctive voices have a particular influence in languages which is employed by the composer to create voices for particular purposes. Distinctive voices can be referred to as language of the characters, expressing their ideas different to others. The language is set as a distinctive way which conveys...
Alex Kell 12 Winchester
English Standard Speech
Pygmalion and Rain Man
Distinctive voices give us a small insight into how we, as people, perceive and make judgments about each another.
Good morning ladies and gentlemen,
In any relationship between two people, there...
everyone has distinctive voices and by exploring and analyzing different people’s voices it is easy to realize that they convey everything you need to know about a person. Undoubtedly Andrew Paterson, Kylie Mole, Martin Luther King Jr. and Earl Spencer’s texts demonstrate their distinctive voices through...
a. Distinctive advertising
b. Distinctive sign & logo
c. Distinctive brand name
d. Attractive packaging & package content
e. Distinctive color, size. Shape & design
f. Distinctive product feature, model & artifact
g. Varieties in sales promotion & distinctive support service
A distinctive voice is one that challenges society’s values and beliefs within a given text to emphasise the aspects of any given character. These aspects can include personality, distinctive experiences and attitude and beliefs towards issues.
I will be using examples from “The Life...
Harry Lavender Deconstruction
The distinct voice of claudia valentine is shown in Marcel Day's novel the life and crimes of harry lavender where a simile and paradox is used
“I woke up felling like death. Ironically appropriate given what the day held in store”. Here we see how Valentine is living...
subdivisions, they contain numerous styles and sizes, and it is this richness that gives them their character. They are mosaics, made up of many distinctive parts. No one style predominates so it is not useful to prescribe stylistic limitations. Therefore, most local historic district guidelines do not...
Hundreds more are on the danger list today. For instance, kiwi bird is New Zealand's specialty, which almost became extinct. Apart from their highly distinctive taxonomic status and conservation significance, kiwis are incorporated in the New Zealand culture. They are the unofficial national emblem of New...
A distinctive voice is one in which challenges society’s values and or beliefs within a given context. In the text the life and crimes of harry lavender; Marele day has formed an incredibly distinctive voice in crime fiction. By subverting the elements of the hardboiled detective genre. Day has startled...
Discuss how the distinctively visual conveys distinctive experiences in Run Lola Run and ONE other related text
Introduction: The composer Twyker uses distinctively visual techniques to shape meaning and affect interpretation. He uses different genres like mixed games and video games . The genre...
Distinctive Voices – A.B. Paterson Poetry
Remember: S P E C S (subject, purpose, emotion/tone, craftsmanship, summary) and
S L I M S (structure, language, imagery, movement, sound).
Clancy of the Overflow
Paragraph 1 - Subject/purpose/emotion/distinctive...
Research biographical information about the composer of your set text.
1. What, if any, relationship does this biographical information add to the contextual understanding of the text, as a whole?
2. Is the authorial voice of your set text fictional or...
The concluding statement of the ‘Shoe-Horn Sonata’ draws out the main concerns of the play by providing distinctive visuals in order to create images in the mind of the audience. The playwright John Misto emphasises his desire to provide a realistic experience of war and allow the audience to be impacted...