Unit 3

This is the info you have to copy in your notebooks.

Context

The social, historical, cultural and workplace settings in which a text or work is

produced.

All texts may be understood according to their form, content, purpose and

audience, and through the social, historical, cultural and workplace contexts that

produce and value them. Literary texts are influenced by social Context cultural

heritage and historical change. Students should be encouraged to consider how

texts build upon and transform the inherited literary and cultural traditions.

Cultural context refers to the way of life, especiallythe general customs and beliefs,

of a particular group of people at a particular time.

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  1. maria paula delgado

     /  February 6, 2017

    paragraph 14.
    Sobel and feld were talking about how did Miriam know that Sobel loved her, and Sobel explained that he used his books and commentaries to make Miriam understands his feelings for her so Feld answered that Miriam will never marry an old and ugly man like him.

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  2. Sara Aguilar España

     /  February 10, 2017

    Feld went to visit Sobel. Sobel had another countenance. Feld asked him if he will return to work, he answered that he doesn’t cares about that. Feld seemed confused, he doesn’t understood why Sobel was with that acitud. Sobel to make him understad, asked why does he present Miriam other mens, if he is there for her.

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