Text species features


According to its name, the news article is a combination of news and article.

There’s news

  • answering news questions: what, where and when something has happened
  • Structure: title, ingress, and captioned breadcrumbs; You may also have an underarmed box or a comment from the supplier
  • Illustration: A photo or drawing that is eye-catching or illustrative (+ caption)
  • Language: Neutral Style

The article is about it

  • Sources: can rely on both written and oral sources, which are usually shown in the body text as direct and indirect referrals
  • Scope: A thorough, background-based, knowledgeable thing that the body text at least answers to the questioning questions, how, why and what followed
  • Style and tone: May contain carrying parts; interviewees and even the voice of a journalist can be more clearly heard than in the news

So the news article tells the story more thoroughly and opens up more backgrounds than news.

When you write a news article

  1. Consider the answers to the news questions
  2. Select the sources you lend and the things that you lend
  3. Consider the components of the text entity: title, ingress, image, caption, subtitle, lift, underarm (which may be a fact box, compression of background information, or a comment from the editor)
  4. Write short songs
  5. The layout (layout of text and its parts, for example, columns)
  • Comparative text
  • Writing Comparative Text
  • Share
  • Comparative text can be a brief test answer or a broad essay. It is essential to study two or even three things or the base text so that they carry them in parallel. So the comparison is not that it first tells about another text and then another.

Proposal for a construction plan:

My title

Chapter 1: Getting Started.

  • naming the texts to be investigated
  • highlighting the assignment
  • a general observation of texts (topics, text types, etc.)

Paragraphs 2 and 3: Common features for texts

Paragraphs 4 and 5: Different features for texts

Chapter 6: Summing up (goals, themes, meaning of contexts, etc.)

Sometimes the texts being studied are quite different, so there are few common features. Then only one piece can be reserved for them.

Of course, differences and similarities can also be dealt with in the second order.

NB! If the comparative texts represent different types of text (eg poem and short story), be particularly careful with the concepts you use! Different types of text are studied using different concepts.

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