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  1. Monday Morning Intertextuality – Writing the main body better (Part 1)!

  2. Learning Goal: Improve my intertextuality

  3. Intertextuality Intertextualityis the relationship between texts. In expository form it involves the shaping of texts' meanings by other texts. It can include an author’s borrowing and transformation of a prior text, or to a reader’s referencing of one text whenreading a second text. Intertextualitycan also refer to referencing your own ideas from within your text!

  4. So much of our reality is dependent on what we experience. Edvard Munch’s Painting ‘The Scream’ illustrates how fearful emotions can alter our reality. His immensely famous painting was inspired by an experience he encountered during a walk with his friends. This is Munch’s description of the event extracted from his journal, “Suddenly the sky turned blood-red... ...I sensed a great, infinite scream run through nature.” The mood created by these colours and movements had a contrasting effect on Munch’s emotions to those of his friends who continued walking. The horrified facial expression and use of striking colours in the image clearly show an instantaneous change in his reality as a result of his fear.

  5. Example So much of our reality is dependent on what we experience. Edvard Munch’s Painting ‘The Scream’ illustrateshow fearful emotions can alter our reality. His immensely famous painting was inspired by an experience he encountered during a walk with his friends. This is Munch’s description of the event extracted from his journal, “Suddenly the sky turned blood-red... ...I sensed a great, infinite scream run through nature.” The mood created by these colours and movements had a contrasting effect on Munch’s emotions to those of his friends who continued walking. The horrified facial expression and use of striking colours in the image clearly show an instantaneous change in his reality as a result of his fear.

  6. Inter-textuality Great, but it would be nice to link it to Leunig What is an example of Leunig’s reality being altered by a single event?

  7. The Foal!

  8. Example So much of our reality is dependent on what we experience. Edvard Munch’s Painting ‘The Scream’ illustrateshow fearful emotions can alter our reality. His immensely famous painting was inspired by an experience he encountered during a walk with his friends. This is Munch’s description of the event extracted from his journal, “Suddenly the sky turned blood-red... ...I sensed a great, infinite scream run through nature.” The mood created by these colours and movements had a contrasting effect on Munch’s emotions to those of his friends who continued walking. Like Leunig, staring at the foal with its own uniqueness, the horrified facial expression and use of striking colours in the image clearly show an instantaneous change in Munch’s reality as a result of his experience.

  9. So you want to use a quote: “To be indelibly splattered with one’s own uniqueness.” But it isn’t going to fit smoothly, so just quote the important bits.

  10. The Good Bits “To be indelibly splattered with one’s own uniqueness.”

  11. Example So much of our reality is dependent on what we experience. Edvard Munch’s Painting ‘The Scream’ illustrateshow fearful emotions can alter our reality. His immensely famous painting was inspired by an experience he encountered during a walk with his friends. This is Munch’s description of the event extracted from his journal, “Suddenly the sky turned blood-red... ...I sensed a great, infinite scream run through nature.” The mood created by these colours and movements had a contrasting effect on Munch’s emotions to those of his friends who continued walking. Like Leunig, staring at the foal “splattered” in its “own uniqueness”,the horrified facial expression and use of striking colours in the image clearly show an instantaneous change in Munch’s reality as a result of his experience.

  12. Let’s pretend that in the intro you began with an anecdote about a car accident which altered your reality. Now might be a good time to pick it up again: Juxtaposed with Munch’s and Leunig’s instantaneous shift in reality, my experience with a car accident did not instantly change my reality, but slowly as my leg healed, so to did my fear of being in a car increase.

  13. So much of our reality is dependent on what we experience. Edvard Munch’s Painting ‘The Scream’ illustrateshow fearful emotions can alter our reality. His immensely famous painting was inspired by an experience he encountered during a walk with his friends. This is Munch’s description of the event extracted from his journal, “Suddenly the sky turned blood-red... ...I sensed a great, infinite scream run through nature.” The mood created by these colours and movements had a contrasting effect on Munch’s emotions to those of his friends who continued walking. Like Leunig, staring at the foal “splattered” in its “own uniqueness”,the horrified facial expression and use of striking colours in the image clearly show an instantaneous change in Munch’s reality as a result of his experience. Juxtaposed with Munch’s and Leunig’s instantaneous shift in reality, my experience with a car accident did not instantly change my reality, but slowly as my leg healed, so to did my fear of being in a car increase.

  14. Rewrite • Choose a paragraph from your last piece. Rewrite it to link Leunig to an example you already have. • Being able to compare and contrast the ideas in different texts is an example of complex thinking.