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Content description VCELA348

English / Level 6 / Language / Text structure and organisation
Content description
Understand that cohesive links can be made in texts by omitting or replacing words
Elaborations
  1. noting how writers often substitute a general word for a more specific word already mentioned, thus creating a cohesive link between the words (for example, ‘Look at those apples. Can I take these big ones?’, where ‘ones’ substitutes for ‘apples’)
  2. noting how writers often substitute a general word for a more specific word already mentioned, thus creating a cohesive link between the words (for example 'Look at those apples. Can I have one?')
  3. recognising how cohesion can be developed through repeating key words or by using synonyms or antonyms
  4. observing how relationships between concepts can be represented visually through similarity, contrast, juxtaposition, repetition, class-subclass diagrams, part-whole diagrams, cause-and-effect figures, visual continuities and discontinuities
Code
VCELA348
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