The phonology framework: fricatives, plosives and puns.

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The phonology framework: fricatives, plosives and puns.

  1. 1. Using Phonology
  2. 2. Phonological Devices Find another person on a different table and ask your question. Check or give the answer using your question card. You could also give your own example.
  3. 3. What did you learn? Match the terms to the definitions. Three Minutes
  4. 4. Plosives Sounds that are created by a sudden release of air (like an explosion) from the mouth.
  5. 5. Fricatives A sound that is created by the slow and controlled release of air through the mouth, creating friction. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWH5Xub GKLA
  6. 6. Organise the words into fricatives and plosives. Shut Bag
  7. 7. Homophones •Words that sound the same as another word e.g. their, there and they’re.
  8. 8. Homonyms • Words that look the same but have different meanings. • They may sound the same or different.
  9. 9. 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?
  10. 10. 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

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