Kind Of Text
disusun
oleh:Noviyanti
Kind Of Text
•Monolog
•Functional
Monolog
 Narative text
 Description text
 News item
 Recount text
 Procedure text
 Report text
 Anecdote
 ...
1. Narrative text
A.Social function:
• To amuse, entertain and to deal with actual
or vicarious, experience indifferent...
Narative Text
c.Generic structure:
Orientation: Introduce the participant and setting of the narrative
Evaluation: A fl...
2.Description text
a. Social function:
To describe a particular person, animal, place or thing.
B.Generic structure:
I...
3.News item
a. Social function:
To inform reader, listeners or viewer about events of
the day which areconsidered news ...
3. News Item
C. Language features:
1. Short, telegraphic information about story
captured in head line
2. Use of mater...
4.Recount text
a. Social function:
To retell events for the purpose of informing or
inter training.
b.Generic structur...
4.Recount text
C. Language feature:
1. Focus on specific participant
2. Focus on temporal sequence
3. Use of material ...
5. Procedure text
a. Social function:
• To describe How something is
accomplished through a sequence
of actions or ste...
5. Procedure text
C. Language features:
1. Focus on generalized human agents
2. Often imperative
3. Temporal conjuncti...
6.Report text
a. Social function:
To describe the way are with reference to
a range of natural, man made and social
ph...
C . Language features:
1. Focus on generic participants
2. Use of relational processes to state
what is and that which ...
Anecdote
• Anecdote is a text which tells of an event that has past but
contains elements of humor or contain unusual st...
Analytical exposition
Social function:
• To persuade the readers or listeners that something is
the case.
Generic stru...
Hortatory exposition
1. Social function:
 To persuade the readers or listeners
that something should or should not be ...
Spoof text
1.Social function:
 To retell an event with a humorous
twist
2.Generic structure:
o Orientation: Which se...
Discussion text
1. Social function:
 To present (at least) two points of view
about an issue.
2. Generic structure:
...
Explanation text
1. Social function:
 To explain the processes involved in the
formation or workings of natural or soc...
Review text
1. Social function:
 To critique an art work, event for a public
audience. Such works of art include movie...
Functional
• Short Functional text is a type of
text that used for everyday
information. In English, there are
many ki...
Invitation
People use cards to express feelings,
keep in touch or invite friends and
family to special occasions. Wheth...
Mesagges
+628965120389
5
12.30
Mom, I back
home late, cause
I'll buy books at
Gramedia
Underlying idea or
theme i...
Advertisement
• The purpose of the text is to persuade people
with their offer. It uses a persuasive
language, in a bri...
Brochure
Publication consisting of
one folded page, or
several pages stitched
together but not bound.
Used mainly
fo...
Notice
Notice is a kind of a
short text with a
function of reminding
someone to do
something.
Announcement
• Announcement : a kind of a text with
a specific function of giving
information on certain activities
Ex...
Labels
• A label is a piece
of paper, polymer, cloth, metal, or other
material affixed to acontainer or article, on
wh...
• Example of labels
Greeting Card
• Text that contains congratulatory
written someone and in direct to
others.
Personal letter
• the text in the form of a personal letter.
Schedule
• text that contains a person's or
institution's plans about what should be
done and when the plan will be imp...
Thanks For Your Attention
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Kind of text

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  • 1. Kind Of Text disusun oleh:Noviyanti
  • 2. Kind Of Text •Monolog •Functional
  • 3. Monolog  Narative text  Description text  News item  Recount text  Procedure text  Report text  Anecdote  Analytical exposition  Hortatory exposition Spoof text Discussion text Explanation text Review text
  • 4. 1. Narrative text A.Social function: • To amuse, entertain and to deal with actual or vicarious, experience indifferent ways: Narrative deal with problematic events which lead to a crisis or turning point of some kind, which in turn find a resolution. B. Types of Narratives: • There are many types of narrative. They can be imaginary, factual or a combination of both. The mat include fairy tales, mysteries, science, fiction, romance, horror stories, adventure stories, fables, myth and legends, historical narrative, ballads, lice of life, and personal experiences.
  • 5. Narative Text c.Generic structure: Orientation: Introduce the participant and setting of the narrative Evaluation: A flash back to evaluate the serious/difficult condition Complication: A crisis or problem arises Resolution: The crisis or problem is solved, for better or worse Re-orientation: Optional. D. Significant features: Focus on specific and usually individualized participant Use of material processes Use of temporal conjunctions and temporal circumstance Use of Past tense.
  • 6. 2.Description text a. Social function: To describe a particular person, animal, place or thing. B.Generic structure: Identification: Identifies phenomena to be describe Description: Describe parts, qualities, and characteristicsc. C.Significant features: Focus on specific participants Use of attributive and identifying processes Frequent use of adjectives and classifies in nominal groups Use of simple present tensed.
  • 7. 3.News item a. Social function: To inform reader, listeners or viewer about events of the day which areconsidered news worthy or important. b.Generic structure: News worthy event: Recounts the event in summary form Background event: Elaborate what happened, to whom in what circumstances Sources: Comments by participants in, witness, to and authorities expert on the eventc.
  • 8. 3. News Item C. Language features: 1. Short, telegraphic information about story captured in head line 2. Use of material processes in source stage such as(said, told, etc) 3. Focus on circumstanced
  • 9. 4.Recount text a. Social function: To retell events for the purpose of informing or inter training. b.Generic structure: • Orientation: Provides the setting and introduce the participants • Events: Tell what happened • Re-orientation: Optional. Closure of events.
  • 10. 4.Recount text C. Language feature: 1. Focus on specific participant 2. Focus on temporal sequence 3. Use of material processes 4. Use of past tense
  • 11. 5. Procedure text a. Social function: • To describe How something is accomplished through a sequence of actions or stepsb. b. Generic structure: 1. Goal 2. Materials 3. Series of steps oriented to achieving
  • 12. 5. Procedure text C. Language features: 1. Focus on generalized human agents 2. Often imperative 3. Temporal conjunction 4. Numbering to indicate sequence 5. Use mainly of material processes 6. Use of simple present tensed
  • 13. 6.Report text a. Social function: To describe the way are with reference to a range of natural, man made and social phenomena in our b. Generic structure: 1. General classification: Describes the phenomenon in general 2. Description: Describes the phenomenon in detail in terms of(part, qualities, habits or behaviors)
  • 14. C . Language features: 1. Focus on generic participants 2. Use of relational processes to state what is and that which it is 3. No temporal sequence 4. Use of simple present tensed
  • 15. Anecdote • Anecdote is a text which tells of an event that has past but contains elements of humor or contain unusual story • The purpose of text Anecdote : 1. To share with other of unsual events/incident 2. To share with others an amusing incident
  • 16. Analytical exposition Social function: • To persuade the readers or listeners that something is the case. Generic structure:  Thesis: • Position: Introduces topic and indicates writer’s position. • Preview: Outlines the main arguments to be presented  Arguments: • Point: Restates main arguments outlined in preview. • Elaboration: Develops and support each point/argument. • Re-iteration: Restate writer’s position.
  • 17. Hortatory exposition 1. Social function:  To persuade the readers or listeners that something should or should not be the case. 2. Generic structure: • Thesis : Announcement of issue concern • Arguments : Reasons for concern leading to recommendation • Re-commendation : statement of what ought or ought not to happen.
  • 18. Spoof text 1.Social function:  To retell an event with a humorous twist 2.Generic structure: o Orientation: Which set the scene o Event: Which tell what happened o Twist: Which provides the fun line
  • 19. Discussion text 1. Social function:  To present (at least) two points of view about an issue. 2. Generic structure: Issue: a). Statement b). Preview Arguments for and against or statement of differing points of view: a). point b).Elaboration Conclusion or recommendation
  • 20. Explanation text 1. Social function:  To explain the processes involved in the formation or workings of natural or socio cultural phenomena. 1. Generic structure:  A general statement to position the reader  A sequenced explanation of why or how something occurs.
  • 21. Review text 1. Social function:  To critique an art work, event for a public audience. Such works of art include movies, TV show, books, plays, operas, recordings, exhibitions, concerts, and ballets. 2. Generic structure:  Orientation  Interpretive Recount  Evaluation  Evaluative Summation
  • 22. Functional • Short Functional text is a type of text that used for everyday information. In English, there are many kinds of functional texts, for example; note, letter, written invitation, shopping list, graph, postcard, e-mail, short message, announcement, brochure, advertisement, and many more.
  • 23. Invitation People use cards to express feelings, keep in touch or invite friends and family to special occasions. Whether sent by mail or electronically (e-cards), a card sends a simple, meaningful message to people we care about. There are multiple types of invitation cards, depending on the occasion (birthday, wedding, anniversary, celebration or holiday). Whether you buy it or make it yourself, the card will generally be appreciated by the receivers.
  • 24. Mesagges +628965120389 5 12.30 Mom, I back home late, cause I'll buy books at Gramedia Underlying idea or theme in an ad, or the central or primary content or information, that passes from a communicator to a receiver.
  • 25. Advertisement • The purpose of the text is to persuade people with their offer. It uses a persuasive language, in a brief and attracts people
  • 26. Brochure Publication consisting of one folded page, or several pages stitched together but not bound. Used mainly for advertising purpose s. See also booklet.
  • 27. Notice Notice is a kind of a short text with a function of reminding someone to do something.
  • 28. Announcement • Announcement : a kind of a text with a specific function of giving information on certain activities Example : ANNOUNCEMENT Wednesday May 2, is Education Day . We’ll have a ceremony at seven a.m. Wear white and blue uniform. Mr. Agus
  • 29. Labels • A label is a piece of paper, polymer, cloth, metal, or other material affixed to acontainer or article, on which is printed a legend, information concerning the product, addresses, etc. A label may also be printed directly on the container or article. • Labels have many uses: product identification, name tags, advertising, warnings, and other communication. Special types of labels called digitallabels (printed through a digital printing) can also have special constructions such as RFID tags, security printing, and sandwich process labels.
  • 30. • Example of labels
  • 31. Greeting Card • Text that contains congratulatory written someone and in direct to others.
  • 32. Personal letter • the text in the form of a personal letter.
  • 33. Schedule • text that contains a person's or institution's plans about what should be done and when the plan will be implemented
  • 34. Thanks For Your Attention