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  • 1. AS Comms and Culture Key Concepts Contexts. Contexts. 1. Find the definition of contexts in the Key Terms booklet I showed you in Moodle on Monday. You can login to Moodle here: http://moodle.ncn.ac.uk/moodle/login/index.php Key TermsBooklet Write the definition here: 2. Complete the table below showing different contexts that may have an impact on someone (change the way they behave or the decisions they make) in relation to the following: (Choose one for each context). Clothes / Eye contact / Hair / Make-up / Hand shake / Slang So, for example, I could write that I would speak in different ways depending if I was in the pub with a load of mates or having afternoon tea with my elderly Great Aunt who was visiting from Australia. My pronunciation, use of vernacular, slang and proxemics would all that would be changed. Contexts Impact / change behaviour or decisions 1. Date 2. Job Interview
  • 2. AS Comms and Culture Key Concepts Contexts. 3. A lesson 4. Being told off 5. Family meal 6. With best friend

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