Another faction of this argument would have to be the group of people that think that online interaction such as instant, messaging take away peoples skill to write mass bodies of information with highly detailed thoughts and concepts, also another understandable point but online interaction could also give people new experiences and open peoples mind to the world because you could be talking to people from all over the world and they would have different concepts and dialect to share, this furthermore increases the development of language.
Furthermore, this effect would be the younger generation teaching the older generations about their language. For example emoticons have been developed to substitute the amount of paralinguistic features that are present during spoken language but lost during a conversation in instant messaging.
Multi-Modal Language Modes Modes are different types of language. Written modes are like letters or novels and spoken modes are like informal conversations and speeches.
For as long as time began it was always the elders that were wise and taught the young but however in this modern age that effect has been reversed and the young will create these useful terms such as ikr and brb and over time the older generations pick up on these phrases to.
For example, University lecturers speak differently from teenagers. Non-Fluency Features Non-Fluency features are things people say in their natural speech. To explain in further detail, emoticons can also relate towards spoken languages sarcasm. These are their specific speech patterns.
As always, use paragraphs to structure your answer. Mult-Modal Talk Multi-Modal talk means written conversations that contain bits of spoken language.
Although these acronyms are just ways to pass information quickly and viably, and online interaction and the endless online advantages of the internet are phenomenal the massively complex SMS language that we use today could be called the language of the information age. However to answer this question this quote has to become adjusted towards the question that needs to be answered.
This is creative because it breaks the bounds of text by taking aspects from spoken language and implementing into text. Public talk is written in Standard English, so that public speakers sound serious and impressive.
So what are your thoughts on the future of the English language, are we all linguistically doomed or on the brink of a new age for text? For example Spoken language has become so powerful that a spoken statement could mean something totally than what was linguistically said.
Writing Up Your Spoken Language Study Your spoken language study should have an introduction, your data analysis, and then your conclusion. So you could say texting is slowly taking over daily life. Spoken language has developed throughout millennia and has changed in so many ways, even though English may not have been the language that has been developing, paralinguistic features such as body language and facial expressions have been developed, therefore these are creative adjustments that change the outcome of a spoken sentence.
Write about things like accent and dialect, grammar, non-fluency features and vocabulary. On the radio everything has to be explained and all the silences have to be filled with speech. This statement could be variously debatable however it is my thought on the future.
However text has become known to influence our spoken language.
So the standardisation of everyone having a mobile phone or everybody having a computer or face book account creates the omissions because everybody knows some variant of LOL or gtg because these are so common.
However all of SMS language has been stringed to one aspect and this would have to be brevity, due to adjacency and the fast busy world that we live in today, information has to become instant and brevity is the terminological name to define this feature.
Texts and online conversations are multi-modal. Radio plays, TV soaps and Dramas try and sound like real-life talk. Spoken language is all about the speech we use to talk normally.
This is your data. It could be a transcript of a real-life talk or a transcript of an audio clip. They fill the silence until the speaker can think of something to say.
Text however as ingenious as it seems is limited compared to its bigger brother, spoken language. Even if text is so called limited, people have developed new features to break the bounds and limits of text and add new features to text so that the outcome of the words that are written are completely different from what they were before.
Public Talk Public talk is written for a purpose, like a political speech. This is the power of mobile phones and freedom of opinion and speech, these liberties are what drive language further by creating a more artistic language. As Shakespeare broke the laws of English language and created whole masses of globally known pieces of text, so does the youth of today, they are slowly creating a new effect.For your controlled assessment, you’ll get a piece of spoken language to analyse.
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It could be a transcript of a real-life talk or a transcript of an audio clip. English as the Spoken Language in America In the beginning, this country was a melting pot.
Many different people, from many different countries and ethnic groups, speaking in many different tongues came to America. A Section B Spoken Language Study – Controlled Assessment Task This Support Material booklet is designed to accompany the OCR GCSE English Language specification for.
Controlled Assessment Clarification Document (PDF), Last Updated: 17 September eCRS Presentation GCSE English Language Unit 4 (GEG4) (PDF), Last Updated: 15 November The Study of Spoken Language The Study of Written Language Writing Creatively.
Spoken Language Study Teaching Resources × Close. Teaching Resources for Spoken Language Study. From TES English, a collection of free teaching resources, worksheets, activities, guides, background information, and audio and web links for GCSE English Language on Spoken Language.
Spoken Language Study Controlled Assessment. Scheme of Work. Non-exam assessment guide: Spoken language endorsement From first teaching in SeptemberGCSE English Language will have an endorsed component covering Spoken Language.
This endorsement will be reported as a separate grade (Pass, Merit, Distinction or Not Classified) and will not contribute to the result of the GCSE English Language qualification.Download