Through repetition of storytelling, storytellers discover the importance of dramatic interpretation and clear expression. Storytelling will also enable storytellers to improve their communication abilities around other people, which include co-workers, friends, and family. Storytellers can improve their self-esteem because they will be able to feel more comfortable after telling stories to several audiences. Storytelling enhances communication skills that are necessary to interact with public audiences. Storytelling also expands listening skills that are essential to storytelling.
I am more knowledgeable about invention, arrangement, style, and delivery, all in which create a masterful piece of text. A few examples, I have learned to organize and construct my thoughts and ideas clearer. I have been taught to use stronger transitions and focus more on the delivery and content of the body element of essays. Further, the instructions and advice I have received throughout this term have influenced my understanding of the purpose of writing. My outlook on writing has been modified by shifting my perception of writing from, writing to prove I am a good writer by perceiving it as using “fluffy” or BIG words to impress my audience.
He contends that your own winning style must begin with ideas in your mind. The essays written by Flower, Lamott, O?Conner and Vonnegut have supplied me with a multitude of lessons and advice, so that I may improve my writing skills and engage my reader better. The first thing that struck me as important is that the writing style must change to meet the different needs and demands of the individual reader. Linda Flower states in her essay, ?Writing for an Audience,? that ?a good piece of writing closes the gap between you and the reader?
because they can enhance the plot, change the plot, provide the reader with additional information and can also show character. All of the letters from above contribute to the readers understanding of the novel, to the plot and to add to the characterisation and without these letters the novel would seem incomplete. This just proves that letters play a major role in 'Pride and Prejudice'. Bibliography: Austen, Jane. Pride and Prejudice.
The reader should be able to then remember what was said even after the text has been finished with reading. A major reason authors write are to share their opinions so that the reader believes what they say to be true. This goal of persuasive sharing is important because in real life, if a discussion pops up that fits the topic of the text read, if that text was interesting and persuading, the reader may share the opinion of the author, adopting it as their own opinion too. One effect good writing can have in real life would be getting a phrase or idea stuck in the reader’s head. A good writer is able to bring up an idea that is not solved straight forward, and makes the reader think.
I think most of the other readers would find them interesting as well. I would want to read on further into the book because the description of the characters made me feel really close to them and I want to find out what happens to them after all and also will Pip get out of this mess? If yes, then how? These are the questions I really want to find out the answers of and are very strong reasons for me to read on further into the book.
There are a couple of key elements that contribute to an enjoyable story. To establish enjoyment the events, descriptions, and characters within a story should successfully mesh to immerse readers into the story detaching them from reality. The use of vivid descriptions for setting, mood and feelings of characters is one of the effective tools, which writers use in a good story. Giving readers a true sense of the atmosphere or settings, enhances the chance that they may become submerged into what they are reading. `Believability of the situation' is another main factor, which I find, contributes to the enjoyableness of a story.
I learned how to think carefully about my ideas and how to organize it well in my paper. I learned how to properly tell a story and make a reflection out of it. I believe that challenging yourself to write about an experience in which you learned something valuable not only for yourself, but now is a reflection for your readers
Shakespeare’s Use of Imagery to Aid the Story of Hamlet Imagery is a powerful tool in literacy, authors use it to help the reader visualise the story. If a story does not have imagery it is hard for the reader to enjoy the story and get into it. It helps the reader visualize the story and can transport the reader into the story therefore they enjoy it more. Shakespeare is known for his extensive use of imagery. In the play Hamlet, Shakespeare uses imagery to aid the reader visualize the story and make the story interesting.
Also the setting in the story is more clear and easier to see. When taking a farther look into the story, the conflicts the character face make more sense. Every word an author puts in a story is important. So by knowing the symbols with in the story help the reader understand why it is there. In Willa Cather’s short story, Paul’s Case, allows readers to see the themes more clearly and through challenging consequences of the characters’ actions, the difficulty of reaching one’s dreams, and the hardships of facing depression.