ENGLISH LANGUAGE - TEXT VARIETIES

ENGLISH LANGUAGE - TEXT VARIETIES - KEY TERMS

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE - TEXT VARIETIES

Provide a definition for the following:

Mode...

Sub-mode...

Type...

Multimodal Texts...

Context of Reception...

Context of Production...

Actual Reader...

Implied Reader...

Implied Writer...

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE - TEXT VARIETIES

The medium of communication, for example speech/writing

A sub-division for mode. e.g. poetry, drama and horror

Form of Text such as play, short story and recipe

Text that combine word, image and sound to produce meaning

Where a text is read and those factors that may influence readers interpretation

Where a text is produced and factors that may influence its writing

Any reader who engaged with the text

reader text producer has in mind, who is expected to follow authors point of view

A constructed image of the writer a reader may have in mind

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE - TEXT VARIETIES

Provide definitions for the following:

Actual Writer...

Purpose...

Multi-purpose...

Dual Purpose...

Primary Purpose...

Secondary purpose...

Idiolect...

Sociolect...

Discouse community...

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE - TEXT VARIETIES

Real person behind the text

main reason a text is produced

A text with more than one purpose

a text with two clear defined purposes

main reason a text id produced

a secondary reason a text is produced

Individuals style of speaking

Use of language as a result of membership of a social group

a group with shared values and approaches to reading

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE - TEXT VARIETIES

Provide a Definition for the following:

Register...

Tenor...

Dialect...

Accent...

Specialist Register...

Jargon...

Colloquialism...

Slang...

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE - TEXT VARIETIES

Language appropriate to particular purpose and context - informal register uses words such as 'gonna', 'okay' - formal register uses words such as 'provision'

relationship between producer and receiver

language variety of geographical region/social background, revealed through variations in lexical and grammatical terms

The way words are pronounced according to geographical region

set of lexical items and grammatical constructions particular to institution or occupational group

Specialise terminology that may exclude others

established set of informal terms used in everyday language - 'I'm gonna'

Colloquial language that is inventive and particular in individuals/groups - 'wicked'

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lgs08130

It's really good content, but very confusing to try and revise from! maybe set each definition out on it's own keycard? Other than that it's great, thankyou 

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