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ELLB3: June 2013

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ELLB3: June 2013
Question 5

Text A is an extract from the transcript of a job interview. The applicant (A) is applying for the post of canteen assistant at an engineering factory, and is being interviewed by the Human Resources Manager (M).

Text B is an extract from Sons and Lovers by D.H.Lawrence (1913). Paul Morel (aged 14) is applying for his first job as a clerk at ‘Thomas Jordan and Son–Surgical Appliances’. He is accompanied by his mother.

Compare the two texts, commenting on the ways in which they reflect the differences and similarities between talk in life and talk in literature. You must explore the relationship between context, purpose and audience, the use of narrative voice and the ways in which speakers’ attitudes and values are conveyed.
(48 marks)
The Question


Compare
the two texts, commenting on the ways in which they reflect the
differences and similarities between talk in life and talk in literature
. You must explore the
relationship between context, purpose and audience
, the
use of narrative voice
and the ways in which
speakers’ attitudes and values
are conveyed.
(48 marks)
Text A: Schema
Text A is an extract from the transcript of a job interview. The applicant (A) is applying for the post of canteen assistant at an engineering factory, and is being interviewed by the Human Resources Manager (M).

Purpose: primarily transactional; likely expository and expressive.
Audience: internal, the two speakers only.

Structure: dominated by the interviewer; scripted for the interviewer; turn-taking, interrogative-declarative adjacency-pairing.

Language: formal register, non-fluency, conversational discourse markers, elliptical sentences.

Theory: all politeness and cooperative maxims followed.

Text A: Predictions
Text A is an extract from the transcript of a job interview. The applicant (A) is applying for the post of canteen assistant at an engineering factory, and is being interviewed by the Human Resources Manager (M).

What did you predict would be the schema for this context?
Text B: Predictions
Text B is an extract from Sons and Lovers by D.H.Lawrence (1913). Paul Morel (aged 14) is applying for his first job as a clerk at ‘Thomas Jordan and Son–Surgical Appliances’. He is accompanied by his mother.

Purpose: internally, as per Text A; real purpose, characterisation, plot, relationships, mood, themes, setting.

Structure: similar to Text A but with length of turn varying for effect; fewer interrogatives from the boy, due to his age; power shared between mother and interviewer.

Language: formal register; less non-fluency than Text A; conversational discourse markers; elliptical sentences; more figurative language; further effects achieved through the narrative voice (reporting clauses etc).

Theory: all politeness and cooperative maxims followed and/or flouted depending on the effect on characterisation, mood etcetera intended.
Your Responses: Strengths

Most of your responses explored/applied:
context
purpose
audience
linguistic features
comparison.
Text A: Close Textual Analysis
Let's have a second look at Text A, focusing on the following:
the relationship between the
context, purpose and audience
its adherence or divergence from the schema
the
structure
of the conversation
the
linguistic features
the
attitudes and values
.
Your Responses: Development
You all need to work on the following:
identifying the specific purposes of real and crafted speech
the relationship between purpose, audience and context
more linguistic and literary features in talk
analysing the discourse of each text
applying theory
attitudes and values.
Text B: Expectations
Text A is an extract from the transcript of a job interview. The applicant (A) is applying for the post of canteen assistant at an engineering factory, and is being interviewed by the Human Resources Manager (M).

What were your predictions for this text?
Text B: Close Textual Analysis
Let's have a second look at Text A, focusing on the following:
the
relationship
between the
context, purpose
and
audience
its adherence or divergence from the
schema
the
structure
of the conversation and the text as a whole
the
literary and linguistic features
the
attitudes and values
.
Collating Your Evidence
Use the grid supplied to identify the evidence that meets each of the key elements of the question.
How to Structure Your Answer
Let's have a second look at Text A, focusing on the following:
the relationship between the context, purpose and audience
its adherence or divergence from the schema
the structure
the linguistic features
the attitudes and values.
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