Paragraphing - How the text is organised into paragraphs, Perspective - The point of view that the text is written from, Introducing - When a character, setting, or theme is introduced, Focusing - What the writer focuses the reader's attention on, Concluding - How the extract or story ends, Changing - When the setting, characters, or atmosphere/ mood change, First Person - When the narrator tells the story from their own personal perspective, usually using the pronoun 'I', Third Person - When the story is told from the perspective of a narrator who isn't involved in the events of the story, using the pronouns 'he', 'she', and 'they'. , Dialogue - Speech in a text, Juxtaposition - When two opposing ideas are together in a text., Climax - The highest point of tension in a text. ,

Structure Terminology




Switch template


Restore auto-saved: ?