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INTRODUCING TALK

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Karen Griffiths

on 30 August 2015

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Transcript of INTRODUCING TALK

THE FUNCTIONS OF TALK
INTRODUCING TRIPE!
WHY DO WE TALK?
TRANSACTIONAL
REFERENTIAL
INTERACTIONAL
PHATIC
EXPRESSIVE
Talk between at least two people with a specific focus and goal as its purpose.

What examples can you think of?
TRANSACTIONAL TALK
When we talk we make a series of decisions.

WHAT DICTATES THESE DECISIONS?
REFERENTIAL
Giving information or talking about a particular topic.
In which contexts do we regularly speak referentially?
INTERACTIONAL TALK
General social talk between two people with a view to maintaining social relationships.

Who speaks more interactionally do you think? Men or women?
PHATIC TALK
Sometimes called small talk. Not necessary but polite - helps the conversation run smoothly.
EXPRESSIVE TALK
Communicating feelings, ideas, emotions and opinions.
WHO ARE WE TALKING TO?
WHAT ARE WE TALKING ABOUT?
WHERE ARE WE TALKING?
WHEN ARE WE TALKING
WHY ARE WE TALKING?
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WHO WE ARE TALKING TO
Explain how this impacts talk.
Think about everyone you have spoken to today.

How has this changed depending on who you talk to ??
WHAT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT!
How does subject matter impact the way we talk?
WHERE WE ARE TALKING
Does setting make a difference?
Can you identify settings that impact talk?
WHEN WE ARE/WERE TALKING
HAS LANGUAGE CHANGED OVER TIME?
DO YOU NOTICE GENERATIONAL GAPS IN TALK?
Can you come up with a list
of reasons for talk?
TASK
In pairs script a conversation that uses all 5 types of talk...
Can talk serve more than one purpose?

How many types of talk have you spoken today?

Terms we have covered today.
Need me to go over any again?
Transactional
Referential
Interactional
Phatic
Expressive
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