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Applying phonology

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This takes quotes from an exam text and encourages you to analyse the use of phonology.

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Applying phonology

  1. 1. Applying Phonology
  2. 2. A03 Phonological Effects Analyse your slogans. What phonological devices are they using? 1. What is the product? 2. How do they represent the product? 3. List two ideas about the product? 4. How does the writer establish his view/authority?
  3. 3. Glastonbury Text 1. GMAP 2. Mode features 3. Highlight the different ideas/topics within the text. 4. Highlight where the writer shows his opinion and/or authority. 5. Highlight where the writer shows awareness of the audience: where he positions the reader. 6. Lexis and graphology. 7. Phonology
  4. 4. Applying Phonology Find two quotes that shows the following: 1) Attitudes towards the Glastonbury festival at the location. 2) Attitudes towards the festival on television. 3) Attitudes towards the BBC. 4) Attitudes towards two musicians: one positive/one negative. 5) Attitudes towards the weather.
  5. 5. Glastonbury Text Thankfully, the BBC team will be on hand to snuffle out those festival gems with plenty of intimate chats and ‘for TV only’ acoustic gigs…
  6. 6. Glastonbury Text Brooklyn’s finest Vampire Weekend tout their taut African-inspired melodies twice….
  7. 7. Glastonbury Text In terms of dancetastic delights MGMT, on the John Peel stage are possible contenders but recent live performances have failed to deliver. The festival closes with some old rockers perfectly suited to that sundayish mood.
  8. 8. Glastonbury Text Hot Chip whipped the crowd into a frenzy with ‘over and over’ in the John Peel tent last year and sent their career into overdrive, so who will provide the memorable moments this year?
  9. 9. 1. GMAP 2. Mode features 3. Highlight the different ideas/topics within the text. 4. Highlight where the writer shows his opinion and/or authority. 5. Highlight where the writer shows awareness of the audience: where he positions the reader. 6. Lexis and graphology. 7. Phonology

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