Part of the series Analysing and Presenting Argument.
Prepare your students for Area of Study 2 success with Analysing and Presenting Argument – a new edition of the phenomenally successful Using Language to Persuade by market-leading author Ryan Johnstone.
Ideally used at Year 11 and carried into Year 12, Analysing and Presenting Argument is a hybrid write-in workbook / textbook that gradually introduces students to the skills required to develop arguments, persuasive language (written, spoken and visual), reading persuasive texts (including print, digital, spoken and multimodal media), argument analysis (presenting and critiquing) and proficiency in oral presentations.
This text assists teachers and students further by providing up-to-date sources for analysis, templates, step-by-step guides, annotated sample responses, practice SAC and examination tasks, and a metalanguage glossary. Analysing and Presenting Argument is supplemented digitally with obook and assess, including further support for EAL students.
Part 1: Introduction to Analysing and Presenting Argument
- What is this book about?
- Information for VCE students
- Being ‘positioned’—considering context, purpose, audience, language, formHelpful habits to form
Part 2: Formulating and Developing Arguments
- Issues and events
- Points of view and contentions
- Argument structure and development
- Author intention – crafting persuasive texts to achieve specific impacts
Part 3: Persuasive Language – Written, Spoken and Visual
- Metalanguage and persuasive strategies
- Verbal language: - Written language - Spoken language
- Non-verbal and visual language
- Putting it all together
Part 4: Persuasive Texts
- Media text types
- Print media sources
- Digital and online media sources
- Print texts in newspapers
- Other print texts
- Non-print texts
- Spoken texts
- Visual and multimodal texts
Part 5: Analysing Arguments
- What is language analysis?
- Critical questions of language analysis
- Tone and style
- How to construct an analysis of persuasive argument
- Writing your analysis
Part 6: Presenting and Critiquing Arguments
- Overview and tips
- Planning an argument
- Drafting and revising an argument
- Oral presentation of an argument
- Listening to and critiquing the arguments of others
Part 7: Toolkit
- Practice SAC and examination tasks
- Glossary of key terms/metalanguage
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Product Type||Student Books,|
|Year Level||Year 11, Year 12,|
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