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Social Attitudes Towards Spoken Language Variation

For your upcoming Spoken Language Controlled Assessment the mark scheme states you must make reference to ‘issues arising from public attitudes to spoken language varieties’. 126 more words

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Introducing the transcripts and clips

Year 10 – continue to work on the paragraph from yesterday’s lesson. Here are the sentence starters/points to include:

General points

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Spoken Language Transcript

Year 10 – I have provided you with two transcripts. In today’s lesson I would like you to have a go at producing your own transcript based on a clip from Educating Yorkshire. 82 more words

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Spoken Language - Thursday's Lesson

Year 10 - use the following to aid with today’s lesson.

Sentence starters

Power can be shown through …

A lack of power can be shown through … 184 more words

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Yorkshire Accent

Following on from Friday’s lesson where we looked at the Yorkshire Accent/Dialect here are a few pointers to help with your homework – write a PQE paragraph focusing on how the Yorkshire Accent/Dialect is shown in either the clip/transcript of Mr Mitchell and Tom or Mr Mitchell and Bailey. 137 more words

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Influences on spoken language

The two main influences on spoken language are speaker identity and context.

Certain aspects of a speaker’s identity may influence the language they use:

  • Regional origin…
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Spoken Language Terminology

Year 10 – here’s the list of spoken language terminology to help you develop your knowledge of the terms. Remember the mini-test on Wednesday!

Accent… 508 more words

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