Comparing Speech and Writing

By Jenny Hunter-Phillips 08 Nov 09:55
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Spoken Comparison1. Read the two texts and annotate with anything you initially find interesting interesting.
2. Then label these annotation as linking to lexis, semantics, discourse, grammar, fluency etc.
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Spoken ComparisonFocus on Lexis and structure according to the following:
1. Approach (register, grammatical, power etc). Say roughly how they differ or are similar (The register of the two texts varies considerably, both within the texts and between them, despite the similar purposes of both the GP and the leaflet).
2. Point, pattern, orientate (repeated, key moment?) in text A (In text A, the doctor spends most of the text using language that would be expected of the doctor-patient scheme)
3. Analyse key example(s) using terminology
4. Context/concept – apply C-GAP and/or… theory and evaluate your point
5. Develop the point further OR link to text B, returning to points 2-4
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Spoken comparisonFocus on Discourse and structure according to the following:
1. Approach (register, grammatical, power etc). Say roughly how they differ or are similar (The register of the two texts varies considerably, both within the texts and between them, despite the similar purposes of both the GP and the leaflet).
2. Point, pattern, orientate (repeated, key moment?) in text A (In text A, the doctor spends most of the text using language that would be expected of the doctor-patient scheme)
3. Analyse key example(s) using terminology
4. Context/concept – apply C-GAP and/or… theory and evaluate your point
5. Develop the point further OR link to text B, returning to points 2-4
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Spoken ComparisonFocus on Grammar and structure according to the following:
1. Approach (register, grammatical, power etc). Say roughly how they differ or are similar (The register of the two texts varies considerably, both within the texts and between them, despite the similar purposes of both the GP and the leaflet).
2. Point, pattern, orientate (repeated, key moment?) in text A (In text A, the doctor spends most of the text using language that would be expected of the doctor-patient scheme)
3. Analyse key example(s) using terminology
4. Context/concept – apply C-GAP and/or… theory and evaluate your point
5. Develop the point further OR link to text B, returning to points 2-4
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Spoken ComparisonFocus on anything else and structure according to the following:
1. Approach (register, grammatical, power etc). Say roughly how they differ or are similar (The register of the two texts varies considerably, both within the texts and between them, despite the similar purposes of both the GP and the leaflet).
2. Point, pattern, orientate (repeated, key moment?) in text A (In text A, the doctor spends most of the text using language that would be expected of the doctor-patient scheme)
3. Analyse key example(s) using terminology
4. Context/concept – apply C-GAP and/or… theory and evaluate your point
5. Develop the point further OR link to text B, returning to points 2-4

Slides in Comparing Speech and Writing

1. Read the two texts and annotate with anything you initially find interesting interesting. 2. Then label these annotation as linking to lexis, semantics, discourse, grammar, fluency etc.
Focus on Lexis and structure according to the following: 1. Approach (register, grammatical, power etc). Say roughly how they differ or are similar (The register of the two texts varies considerably, both within the texts and between them, despite the similar purposes of both the GP and the leaflet). 2. Point, pattern, orientate (repeated, key moment?) in text A (In text A, the doctor spends most of the text using language that would be expected of the doctor-patient scheme) 3. Analyse key example(s) using terminology 4. Context/concept – apply C-GAP and/or… theory and evaluate your point 5. Develop the point further OR link to text B, returning to points 2-4
Focus on Discourse and structure according to the following: 1. Approach (register, grammatical, power etc). Say roughly how they differ or are similar (The register of the two texts varies considerably, both within the texts and between them, despite the similar purposes of both the GP and the leaflet). 2. Point, pattern, orientate (repeated, key moment?) in text A (In text A, the doctor spends most of the text using language that would be expected of the doctor-patient scheme) 3. Analyse key example(s) using terminology 4. Context/concept – apply C-GAP and/or… theory and evaluate your point 5. Develop the point further OR link to text B, returning to points 2-4
Focus on Grammar and structure according to the following: 1. Approach (register, grammatical, power etc). Say roughly how they differ or are similar (The register of the two texts varies considerably, both within the texts and between them, despite the similar purposes of both the GP and the leaflet). 2. Point, pattern, orientate (repeated, key moment?) in text A (In text A, the doctor spends most of the text using language that would be expected of the doctor-patient scheme) 3. Analyse key example(s) using terminology 4. Context/concept – apply C-GAP and/or… theory and evaluate your point 5. Develop the point further OR link to text B, returning to points 2-4
Focus on anything else and structure according to the following: 1. Approach (register, grammatical, power etc). Say roughly how they differ or are similar (The register of the two texts varies considerably, both within the texts and between them, despite the similar purposes of both the GP and the leaflet). 2. Point, pattern, orientate (repeated, key moment?) in text A (In text A, the doctor spends most of the text using language that would be expected of the doctor-patient scheme) 3. Analyse key example(s) using terminology 4. Context/concept – apply C-GAP and/or… theory and evaluate your point 5. Develop the point further OR link to text B, returning to points 2-4
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