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Forløb: Social media
- Formål:
- Hvad er retorisk analyse? Non fiction
- Topic
- Circumstances
- Sender
- Receiver
- Composition
- Forbindeord
- Retoriske og stilistiske virkemidler
- Forms of appeal
- Argumentation
- Intention & message
- Perspectives - putting into perspective - refers to
- ”Reading non-fiction”, ppt læreroplæg om retorisk analyse
- The context of a non-fiction text
- An example: A letter to the editor (fill in the rhetorical pentagon for this text)

We Need Pool Now
- (writer)
- (topic)
- (reader)
- (circumstances)
- (language)
- (Porpuse/intention)
- The rhetorical pentagram - analyze form
- Appeal forms
- Logosappellen
- Etosappellen
- Basic analysis of the language
- Rhetorical features /virkemidler
- Jean M Twenge, “Have Smartphones
- Destroyed a Generation?”, The Atlantic, September 2017
- Open wide: Fulcher &Scot, “Front Stage & Back Stage”, side 113-115
- Front region/back region
- The text: Front stage & back stage
- Open wide: James Kilner, “The Science behind why we Take Selfies”, side 116-118
- World in Motion: Mail Foreign Service, “Facebook users ´are insecure narcissistic and have low self-esteem´”, side 8-9
- World in motion: Digital Media & Learning, Press Releases, “New Study Shows Time spent Online Important for Teen Development”, side 14-16
- “Living Simply with a Flip Phone”, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFAGmxyd4j4
- Jeppe Leo Rasmussen, “Hele samfundet er online 24/7 - hvor blev samtalen af?”, fra Politiken 15. marts 2015
- Article: Jeremy Nobel, “Does social media make you lonely?”, https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/is-a-steady-diet-of-social-media-unhealthy-2018122115600
- Gode ord til forløbet:

Forløb: India
- Formål:
- Chimamanda Adichie” The danger of a single story”
- Main points:
- Her litterateur:
- Links about India’s history
- India as a British colony
- India’s independence (uafhængighed)
- “The White Man’s Burden”, poem
- Title
- Inner composition
- Postcolonial theory (Narrating india pp. 322-325) & Postcolonial criticism (Narrating India pp. 336-337)
- Postcolonial Theory
- Subaltern agency
- Internalization
- Colonialism and imperialism
- How to Apply Postcolonial Theory
- ambivalence:
- alterity:
- colonial education:
- diaspora:
- essentialism:
- ethnicity:
- exoticism:
- hegemony:
- hybridity:
- catalysis:
- identity:
- ideology:
- language
- appropriation: :
- magical realism:
- mapping:
- metanarrative:
- mimicry:
- nation/nation-state:
- orientalism:
- other:
- race:
- semiotics:
- space/place:
- subaltern:
- worlding:

Expert of A passage to India, a novel by E.M Forster (Narrating india pp. 78-83) & Film clip from A passage to India
- “The first Party”, Short story
- “Indian independence and partition” (Narrating India p. 334-335)
- Gender Criticism (Narrating India p.334-335)
- Historical criticism (Narrating India p. 330-331)
- “The Return”, a short story (Narrating India pp. 46-49)
- Introductory text “Demarcations” (Narrating India pp.228-230)

Helen Pidd “why is India so Bad for women”, article
Introductory text “Pigmentocracy, an introduction” (Narrating India pp.192-194) & Videoes “Pigmentocracy: real Talk About Fair Skin” by WNYC & “We are the People: an un-´fair obsession”
- Gode begreber
- Forløb: Man and Nature
- Chief Seattle, “Selling Our Land”
- Audience
- Language
- Forms of appeal
- Circumstances (omstændigheder)
- Intention

Robert Pack, “Dominion over Nature”,
fra Jonna Engberg-Pedersen et al, Wider Contexts, Gyldendal 2012
- Analysis
- Video: the American Wilderness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1lxnXY6Kvw
- Robert Frost, Denis Delaney et al, Fields of Vision 2007, side G148-149
- Works
- Robert Frost, “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/42891/stopping-by-woods-on-a-snowy-evening
- Om Ernest Hemingway, Denis Delaney et al, Fields of Vision 2007, side G88-G89
- Ernest Hemingway, “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber:
- Jon Krakauer, Into the Wild, Anchor Books edition 1976, side 63-67 midt, 162-165, 168 n - 171 - Filmuddrag af Into the Wild
- Composition
- A characterization
- Setting
- Interpretation of the film
- Gode ord til forløbet:
- Forløb: Macbeth
- Genre and historical background
- Themes and symbols in macbeth
- William Shakespeare, Macbeth act 1, act 2 scene 1 and 2, act 5 scene 5, New Swan, Longman, 1986 udgaven
- Nofear Shakespeare er blevet brugt i nogle moduler:
- House of Cards, sæson 1 episode 1, de første 35 minutter, Netflix
1. Characterize Francis & Claire Underwood: personalities, ambitions, relationship. – give examples (rewatch the scene at home: 13.55-18.05 and include examples from this scene)
2. How does Claire react towards her husband? And how does he react towards her?
3. How can we compare Claire Underwood to Lady Macbeth? – give examples from both House of Cards & Macbeth.
4. How can we compare Francis Underwood to Macbeth? – give examples from both House of Cards and Macbeth.
5. Make a list of the Shakespearean traits that you see in House of Cards? Discuss why these traits are still relevant/interesting today.
6. Discuss what effect these Shakespearean traits have on the series. Are they part of its popularity, do you think? And why?
7. Discuss the relevance of Macbeth in 2020-21!
- Gode ord til forløbet:
- Forløb: Postmodernism
- Postmodernism” fra Gitte Vest Barkholt et al, A Short History of Literature in English, Systime2010, side 78-87
- introduction
- Important historical events
- Society
- Man/woman
- Religion
- General characteristics in literature
- Charles Higson, ”The Red Line”, fra Now and Zen, Rene Bühlmann, Systime, 1999
- Characterisation of the characters
- Time and setting
- Narrator and point of view
- Style of writing

Chuck Palahnuik, Fight Club, Vintage 2003, kapitel 1-6
- Ian McEwan, “Dead as They Come”, fra Kirsten Egebjerg et al (red), FLUX British Literature, Systime, 2002
- Themes and message
- Postmodernismens træk
- Gode ord til forløbet
- Engelsk mundtlig eksamen
- Theme and message
- Perspektivering

Uddrag
Formål:
- at undersøge hvordan det påvirker det postmoderne menneske at leve med sociale medier
- at lære om og anvende begreberne front region og back region
- at diskutere fordele og ulemper ved sociale medier
- at arbejde med retorisk analyse
- at arbejde med filmanalyse og lære om filmiske virkemidler
- at træne diskussionsdisciplinen

Hvad er retorisk analyse? Non fiction
En metode til at analysere non fiction. Teksterne kan både informere om et emne og give dig fakta, der forøger din viden:

videnskabelige artikler eller nyhedsartikler. Andre vil udtrykke en holdning og overtale dig til noget. Det er typisk debatterende tekster som taler

læserbreve, blogindlæg, kommentartråde på sociale medier. Der kan også være tekster der vil sælge dig noget: reklamer, valgplakater og valgvideoer.

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