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Powerpoint unit 1 (camargo, mata, segatta)

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  • 1. AN OVERVIEW OF SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTICS English Grammar II
  • 2. AIM OF THIS CHAPTER
    • To analyse and explain how meanings are made
    • SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTICS
    • LANGUAGE AS SOCIAL SEMIOTIC
    • Functional
    • Meaning maker
    • SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CONTEXT
    • Semiotic Process
    English Grammar II
  • 3. A FUNCTIONAL-SEMIOTIC APPROACH TO LANGUAGE
    • Language usage
    • Language structures
    • Language organisation to make meanings
    • Metafunctions
    English Grammar II
  • 4. How do people use language?
    • Purpose
    • Text
    • Text in context
    English Grammar II
  • 5. Language and context
    • Ability to deduce context
    • Ability to predict language from context
    • Language in context
    English Grammar II
  • 6. Context: Register, Genre and Ideology in SFL
    • MODE
    • TENOR
    • FIELD
    • GENRE
    English Grammar II
  • 7. How is language structured for use?
    • Ideational meaning
    • Interpersonal meaning
    • Textual meaning
    English Grammar II
  • 8. Meanings as choice: Semiotic systems
    • A system
    • A finite set of choices
    • Discrete choices
    • Oppositions are important
    • Content and expression
    • The function of language as a semiotic system
    English Grammar II
  • 9. Language as a semiotic system
    • Lexical choice
    • Meaningful choices
    English Grammar II
  • 10. Grammatical systems in language
    • Interrogative
    • Declarative
    • Imperative
    English Grammar II