LA NG UA GE E XA M:QUE S TION 1
 Read the question:Study the texts A-F on the next six pages.  These texts illustrate different varieties of  language us...
 Discuss – explore and explain why the texts  have been placed in a group and possibly  discuss the differences within th...
   Reading:-   Read and annotate all of the extracts-   Use the broad headings (to follow) to begin    considering groups...
L   Do any texts have a similar purpose?e   Which texts share a similar audience?e   Do any texts belong to the same genre...
   Writing-   Explain why the texts have been placed in the    group-   Explore any differences between the texts-   Use ...
   Language Methods, or Language Frameworks, are    the different approaches to analysis that you are    studying this ye...
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  1. 1. LA NG UA GE E XA M:QUE S TION 1
  2. 2.  Read the question:Study the texts A-F on the next six pages. These texts illustrate different varieties of language use. Discuss various ways in which these texts can be grouped giving linguistic reasons for your choices. Understand key terms…
  3. 3.  Discuss – explore and explain why the texts have been placed in a group and possibly discuss the differences within that group. Various ways – texts can and should be used in more than one group. Linguistic reasons – groups should demonstrate knowledge about language.
  4. 4.  Reading:- Read and annotate all of the extracts- Use the broad headings (to follow) to begin considering groups- Refine groupings to fit the texts- Select the most interesting groups, trying to cover as many texts as possible
  5. 5. L Do any texts have a similar purpose?e Which texts share a similar audience?e Do any texts belong to the same genre?o How formal/informal are the texts?o How many speech texts are there?? How many written texts are there?? Are any of the texts multimodal?e Do any texts deal with a similar representation of a theme or idea?l Is there any similarity in how texts use language?
  6. 6.  Writing- Explain why the texts have been placed in the group- Explore any differences between the texts- Use a variety of language methods*- Remember to link language features to context- Remember to give examples to language points- Don’t describe every aspect of a text, stay focused on the group
  7. 7.  Language Methods, or Language Frameworks, are the different approaches to analysis that you are studying this year:- Lexis- Semantics- Grammar- Phonology- Pragmatics (context)- Discourse (including spoken texts)- Graphology- Register- Mode- Idiolect/Dialect/Sociolect

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