The Frameworks

The 11 frameworks that are vital to discuss in every question given in the english exams.

  • Created by: Alasdair
  • Created on: 04-04-13 19:43
Lexis
Formal way of saying 'word(s)'.
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Grammar
Structural relationships within and between sentences.
2 of 11
Phonetics/Phonology
The sound that words make. e.g: boom, sounds of an explosion..etc
3 of 11
Pragmatics
implied meanings. e.g: 'you know you love me' - pragmatically the person is wanting something.
4 of 11
Discourse
Spoken/Written. Forms of using language.
5 of 11
Graphology
Written Discourse. The appearance of text.
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Register
Formal/Informal. What tone does the discourse convey?
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Mode
The variation of language in different forms of communication. e.g: In speech or written language.
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Idiolect
Language style acquired through personal characteristics. e.g: religious beliefs could provoke a formal register.
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Dialect
Language produced as a result of community or regional diversity. e.g: Difference in dialect between the Scottish and the Irish.
10 of 11
Sociolect
Language produced as a result of education, class, beliefs, occupation and social group.
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Card 2

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Structural relationships within and between sentences.

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Grammar

Card 3

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The sound that words make. e.g: boom, sounds of an explosion..etc

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Card 4

Front

implied meanings. e.g: 'you know you love me' - pragmatically the person is wanting something.

Back

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Card 5

Front

Spoken/Written. Forms of using language.

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