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Language and Structural Features of Text Types

All texts communicate ideas through particular language and structure.

Language features include aspects such as grammar and sentences, vocabulary and language, cohesion, punctuation and spelling. Language can also refer to non-written aspects such as the visual language of film or images and auditory elements.

Structure refers to the way the text comes together in a particular form and layout. This distinguishes one text from another. For example a poem is structured differently to prose.

Below are activities about language and structural features of various text types.

 

Language and Structural Features of a Letter to the Editor Language and Structural Features of a Letter to the Editor (29 KB)

Language and Structural Features of an Exposition Language and Structural Features of an Exposition (30 KB)

Language and Structural Features of an Interview Language and Structural Features of an Interview (29 KB)

Language Features of an Analytical Response Language Features of an Analytical Response (33 KB)

Modelled Response for Language Features of a Letter Modelled Response for Language Features of a Letter (18 KB)

Modelled Response for Language Features of an Analytical Response Modelled Response for Language Features of an Analytical Response (18 KB)

The Language of Argument The Language of Argument (30 KB)

 

 

 

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