This handout provides information on visual and textual devices for adding emphasis to your writing including textual formatting, punctuation, sentence structure, and the arrangement of words.
TheSermon on the Mount contains 1939 uninterrupted Greek words of Jesus (Matt.5:3–7:27) in the NA27, and 1988 in the Byzantine text. The ODcontains 1505 and 1537 respectively (.
There are various words which can be used at the time of emphasizing something very important in the essay like above all, certainly, particularly and many more. Now, all these words do have the same meaning, but their usage depends on the situation in which you are going to use them. In order to use them at the proper places, one must know the meaning for all of them.
TheUpper Room Discourse has 2915 words in the NA27, 2871 words in theByzantine text. But there are numerous places where the disciples interrupt theteachings of Jesus.
The artist re-appropriates the female body from the discourse of patriarchy and, to borrow the words of writer Donald Kuspit, “[she] reclaims female subjectivity by emphasizing woman’s potent flesh…but it makes all the emotional difference that it is a woman who is rendering her own body and desire.” 24It is perhaps in the painting entitled Reflective Flesh (2003) (fig.3) that the desire Donald Kuspit speaks of is put forth with the most enthusiasm.
School officials must ensure that, for State assessments, all such assistance may be provided only in the mechanics of test taking, and must never be permitted to alter the content of the assessment. Interpreting or explaining test items/questions to students is never permitted in the administration of State assessments and will invalidate the student’s score. Any reading or signing of test material must be presented in a neutral manner, without intonation, emphasis, or otherwise drawing attention to key words and phrases. Except for directions, all test content must be read word-for-word, with no clarification or explanation provided.
Content must be read in a neutral manner, without intonating, emphasizing or otherwise drawing attention to key words and phrases. Passages and items must be read word for word, with no clarification, explanation, reordering or rewording. The only exception to this may be tests and quizzes that are teacher developed and administered. In these instances, test questions and items may be clarified at the discretion of the teacher because the teacher, having developed the assessment, is best able to determine whether, and the extent to which, any clarification may be provided without compromising test validity. (Any clarification of a question or item on teacher-developed tests is permissible only if it can also be provided to all other students without nullifying the results.)