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09 AQA Language and Literature: Paris Lonely Planet

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Transcript of 09 AQA Language and Literature: Paris Lonely Planet

AQA Language and Literature
Research Task
What did we find out about the following?
The French Revolution
The ’68 Paris Riots
Fashion
French Philosophy (Sarte and de Beauvoir)
Artists and Muscians
La Belle Epoch
The history of travelling to Paris
Tourism in Paris
Food in Paris
Paris City Guide
Linguistic Rank
Morpheme
CLASPG
Context
Language
Audience
Structure
Purpose
Genre

Context, Language, Audience, Structure, Purpose and Genre.
'Stories are waiting in Paris' and the 'Paris City Guide'.
Word
Phrase
Clause
Sentence
Text
Key Terms
Context

What is the context of production and of reception? How can you tell?

Audience
Who is the intended audience of this text?
Again, how can you tell?
Purpose
What is the aim/function of this text?
What does it hope to achieve?
Structure
How is the information sequenced in this text?
Remember: plot, narrative and story.
Language

Can you group the words together?

What language features are used?

What word classes are used and what is the effect?

If you're struggling to find language features look over here:
Stories are waiting in Paris - Eurostar
CLASPG
Context
Language
Audience
Structure
Purpose
Genre

Context

What is the context of production and of reception? How can you tell?

Audience

Who is the intended audience of this text?
Again, how can you tell?
Purpose


What is the aim/function of this text?

What does it hope to achieve?

Structure

How is the information sequenced in this text?

Remember: plot, narrative and story.

Language


Can you group the words together?

What language features are used?

What word classes are used and what is the effect?
A TV Adervtisement to be broadcast on British TV.
The intended audience is mainstream adults tourists who are interested in visiting Paris. How might we be able to tell this?
Aspire: to be able to analyse a range of linguistic devices in a text.
Challenge: to be able to evaluate how a writer makes decisions based on context, purpose and audience.
Video for their YouTube channel, a specialist travel TV channel, website or an airplan.

How might we be able to tell this?
The intended audience for this is mainstream, adult tourists, they are probably American or Australian.

How might we be able to tell this?
To provide tourists with a very basic, very limted informative and advisory overview of the city.
What choices has the speaker used to show this?
The text is in three sections:
the introduction
the main sights/attractions
shopping
Why is it structured this way?
Structure for re-creative task.
We need to be aware of the generic conventions for all the text types that we study, this is so that we can use the structure when we have to re-cast a piece of text from one text type to another.
Linguistic Rank
Morpheme
Word
Phrase
Clause
Sentence
Text
Here are the language features the 'Paris City Guide' contains.
Try to find these in the guide and comment on why the writer has chosen to use these specific features.
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