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Copy of THE SPEAKING MODEL

A mnemonic created by Dell Hymes (1962)in which each letter stands for a different component of a speech act
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sebastiaan hekman

on 12 July 2011

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Transcript of Copy of THE SPEAKING MODEL

A stands for Act Sequence SPEECH ANALYSIS SETTING and SCENE producer audience where?
when? psychological scene
cultural definition E stands for ENDS entertain inform K stands for KEY persuade A stands for ACT SEQUENCE other ends:
pass the time
amuse each other
share opinions
get something done, etc. I stands for INSTRUMENTALITIES channel or mode:
spoken
written
pre-recorded, etc. forms of speech:
dialects
accents
varieties used, etc. N stands for NORMS norms of interpretation and interaction:
right/responsibility to initiate topics
ask questions
express views
ask for clarification
explain
elaborate G stands for GENRE lecture ordering food job interview tone, manner or spirit of act:

supportive
friendly/antagonistic
open/aloof
formal/informal
impersonal
playful/serious
sarcastic anecdote Hymes (1962) summarized a set of
features that make up the social
and situational context in which talk
happens into a framework (model)
that forms the acronym (acrostic)
SPEAKING S P E peaking s eaking & sp aking PARTICIPANTS
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