Linguistic Methods

Just a quick summary of the linguistic methods:

  • graphology, phonology, lexis, grammar, pragmatics, discourse, context, audience, purpose

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  • Created by: Rhi_
  • Created on: 17-04-14 18:19
Graphology
visual appearance of texts - colours, font, logos, bold, italics, pictures, general layout
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Phonology
sound - remember! a 'phoneme' is one unit of sound
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Lexis
words
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Grammar
how the words are put together - punctuation etc.
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Pragmatics
what we really mean - the meanings we imply
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Discourse
written or spoken communication
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Context
where/when would the text be seen/heard
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Audience
who it is aimed at - (is there a secondary audience, perhaps dual audiences? eg. on a TV set, the audience in the room hear what you say, and then so do the viewers at home)
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Purpose
why it has been written/spoken - to inform/persuade/entertain/advise etc.
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Card 2

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sound - remember! a 'phoneme' is one unit of sound

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Phonology

Card 3

Front

words

Back

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Card 4

Front

how the words are put together - punctuation etc.

Back

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Card 5

Front

what we really mean - the meanings we imply

Back

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