Mode and Genre

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  • Created on: 25-11-18 17:10
mode
the physical channel of communication - speech or written
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oppositional view
a way of defining the difference between modes by arguing that they have completely different features
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continuum
a sequence in which elements that are next to each other are not noticeably different but elements at the opposite ends are very different from each other
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blended-mode
a text which contains conventional elements of both speech and writing
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genre
a way of grouping texts based on expected shared conventions
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intertextuality
a process by which texts borrow from or refer to conventions of other texts for a specific purpose and effect
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a way of defining the difference between modes by arguing that they have completely different features

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oppositional view

Card 3

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a sequence in which elements that are next to each other are not noticeably different but elements at the opposite ends are very different from each other

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Card 4

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a text which contains conventional elements of both speech and writing

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Card 5

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a way of grouping texts based on expected shared conventions

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