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Class SOAPSTone Graphic

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Occasion

Step No: 02

Identify the context of the work and its setting. The occasion is analyzed using two main views; micro and macro.

Speaker

Step No: 01

Identify the speaker of the work. It is crucial to keep in mind the speaker is not necessarily the author. Sometimes the author uses the character's point of view to narrate the story.

Audience

Step No: 03

Identity who was the targeted audience of the writing that the author delivered his message

Purpose

Step No: 04

Identify the message shared by the author to the audience, it can be analyzed by answering the question like what was the purpose of the writing? Or was the author's purpose served?

Subject

Step No: 05

Analyze the underlying meaning of the subject. A writer should understand the message and explain it in a few words.

Tone

Step No: 06

Evaluate the author's choice of words. The use of other literary devices such as imagery and sentence structure states the tone.

SOAPSTone Strategy

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publish time: 2021-09-08
Lisa Anderson

This SOAPSTone Graphic Organizer is best for Google Classroom. SOAPS stands for Speaker, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Subject. The speaker tells the information about the speaker of the story. The occasion determines what prompted the speaker to write the text. The audience tells for whom the text is written. The purpose tells the reason for writing the text. The subject tells about the subject or topic of the text. The tone will tell about the attitude of the speaker toward the readers. This graphic organizer makes it easy to understand the concepts. It presents a detailed view of the content for readers.

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