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Text as Connected Discourse

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Chard Lumbao

on 17 July 2016

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Reading and Writing
Text as Connected Discourse
Learning Objectives
What is a text?
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Is this a text?
What do the images on the following slides represent?
Decide whether they constitute a text or not.Justify your answer.
Describes a written text as connected discourse
“Text can be used for both written and spoken language. It usually refers to a stretch, an extract or complete piece of writing or speech. Texts generally adhere to broad conventions and rules which determine the language and structure used in particular text types.”
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