You should take into account the context in which the text appears/ed, the meani
You should take into account the context in which the text appears/ed, the meanings and effects produced by the combination of the textual features, the myths that the text produces or buys into, and the larger cultural contexts in which it circulates. Critical readings – ones that read “against the grain” – are encouraged where applicable. Detail and perceptiveness of your primary observations (i.e. what you notice about the text) • ​Quality of your overall analysis: o Ability to see how the textual features work together to produce meaning o Recognition of the possibility of multiple or conflicting meanings or interpretations o Ability to connect the meanings of the text to its bigger contexts (i.e. larger social meaning and/or the text’s contexts of use and reception) o Evidence of ability to read critically (“against the grain”) • Ability to weave these analytical observations into a small but coherent written analysis (i.e. the coherence, clarity and written style of your writte

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