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Language change in the industrial revolution

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Harriet Hughes

on 26 April 2013

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Starter and Padlet? Padlet: Self assess: http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects/AQA-ENGB3-W-MS-JUN12.PDF Some will: be able to evaluate how much they currently know about language change, and what they still have to revise. Aim: To explore the impact of
the industrial revolution
on language Answers! The correct sentences were: Answer this question: Text A is an excerpt from John Rastrick's notebook (1829) written while judging the Rainhill Trials, which George Stephenson's 'Rocket' won.

Text B is an exert from 'The trial notebook'- case files discussing legal trials in 2010.

Explore how language has changed within the two extracts. Look at the sites listed and any others you know, how has the industrial revolution impacted language? Add to the Padlet board by double clicking. Starter: you each have £100 to spend- you must 'bid' on your 5 correct sentences Go to this page: http://padlet.com/wall/industrialrevcaludon

1.The epidemic of child obesity caused by poor nutrition is creating a looming health crisis in Britain.
2.Terrorist bombers striked at the heart of the Saudi capital Riyadh late last night.
3.London has been brought to a standstill in 10 days time when a visit by President Bush takes place.
4.Consultation on whether people should be allowed to choose the sex of their unborn child will show that most people are against the idea.
5.Last Sunday, Ranulph Fiennes crossed the finishing line in New York to complete his seventh marathons in as many days.
6.It’s tougher being an American in London than it had been.
7.Should the South Downs be designated a national park?
8.Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi will not accept release until all those arrested with her go free.
9.Statistics and surveys shows that Britain’s children are out of control.
10.We must protect the young from exploitation. What grammatical changes have you noticed? 1)The epidemic of child obesity caused by poor nutrition is creating a looming health crisis in Britain.
2)Terrorist bombers struck at the heart of the Saudi capital Riyadh late last night.
3)London will be brought to a standstill in 10 days time when a visit by President Bush takes place.
4)Consultation on whether people should be allowed to choose the sex of their unborn child will show that most people are against the idea.
5) Last Sunday, Ranulph Fiennes crossed the finishing line in New York to complete his seventh marathon in as many days.
6) It’s tougher being an American in London than it used to be.
7) Should the South Downs be designated a national park?
8) Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi will not accept release until all those arrested with her go free.
9)Statistics and surveys show that Britain’s children are out of control.
We must protect the young from exploitation. All will: Be able to describe how language has been effected by the industrial revolution and apply this knowledge to a question.
A few will be able to create a response based on this knowledge.
Plenary: language change quiz

http://www.universalteacher.org.uk/lang/langchangetest.htm
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