Decontextualization

IB English A: Language & Literature: Decontextualization

To understand the importance of the terms "audience" and "purpose", we need to ask ourselves: "What do we know about the context in which a particular text was written?" Often times we look for contextual clues, such as the title of a work, the name of its author and the year of publication. These bits of information carry a lot of meaning and help us interpret texts. In this lesson you will come to understand their...


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