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An Introduction to Paralinguistic Features A2 Lang and Lit 1 hour Thursday
Transcript of An Introduction to Paralinguistic Features A2 Lang and Lit 1 hour Thursday
does learning the mysteries of
help you move to the next level on the pyramid, and why is this important to your lives?
Today's lesson will try to unlock the secrets of
(as applied to your performance texts) and the different types out there,
to help us make progress to your dream jobs...
is this beautiful pyramid?
are you on this pyramid?
do you want to get to, on the pyramid?
will we push our way up the pyramid?
Primary School: SATS
High School: GCSEs
College: A Levels
University MA, MSC
Phones at the ready:P
With examples to be analysed below,
you first research a working definition of
Using your phones and logging on to: https://twitter.com/JonASEnglish1
Now lets evaluate, like Socrates does:) Q.
do you think is the most important paralinguistic feature, and
Tone and volume
Now we have a knowledge of the key
, let's start exploring
they are used in spoken communication...
Now we have an understanding of the key
start using this knowledge to sharpen your monologues...
you peer mark your friend's Monologue
and give them an (honest!) grade? Look for i) spelling, punctuation, grammar, ii) use of paralinguistic features iii) written expression (Be constructive-how can it be better?
So WHERE are we now?
So, after all the hard work on improving your writing skills,
questions would you ask, to test our new learning
how far we've come?
you log on to: https://twitter.com/JonASEnglish1 for more content on paralinguistics?
you update your ProPortal with a SMART target that links to this lesson?
Will tweet reminder:P
Now let's imagine alternate realities: Socratic style:P
Using your terms, how would the
alter, if the slave-master walked into the scene?
Try to think about what tenor you are trying
to create with your audience...
Try to analyse
are used to create drama...
Try to think
this knowledge will help
you in your career?
How does this
How are you showing literary flair?