Introducing spoken language study
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Spoken language match-up
Students match spoken language terms, examples and definitions.
Students find out more about the Leeds dialect, using data and a recording from the British Library's 'Sounds Familiar' archive. An interactive Yes No activity is also available.
Familiarise students with basic spoken language terminology, then get them to consolidate understanding with this matching task.
Speech and writing: the differences
A brief introduction to the main features of spoken and written modes, including a look at how new technologies are changing the traditional boundaries.
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