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Multi-modal talk

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Podcasting
Take a look at podcasting with this mix and match task, then do some research and script your own. Answers to the terminology task are on the last page. A whizzy version of the matching activity is also available.
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KS4 | Spoken language |  From the resource collection(s): Multi-modal talk
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Txt msgs: lv or h8 vem?
An introductory guide to one of the controlled assessment tasks for the AQA English Language GCSE Unit 3c on Spoken Language.
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KS4 | Spoken language |  From the resource collection(s): Multi-modal talk
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Talk online - controlled assessment task
A step-by-step guide to collecting data and preparing for an AQA task on online interaction. Encourages students to produce individual, independent responses. This is a controlled assessment task resource for members only.
KS4 | Spoken language |  From the resource collection(s): Multi-modal talk
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Non-verbal communication
It’s not what we say; it’s the way we write it! Activities exploring how we show what we really mean in online talk.
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Online spoken language
A classic card sort focusing on terminology that students can use when discussing the language features of multi-modal texts. (Answer sheet included.) The Whizzy file is a shortened version for use onscreen.
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The language of talking online
A series of tasks exploring the features of Interactive Written Discourse (IWD). Includes analysis of an interesting source text from the 'Come Dine With Me' online 'Play-Along', leading to a written response.
KS4 | Spoken language |  From the resource collection(s): Multi-modal talk
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Texts, tweets, online forums and speech
A research project in which students collect and analyse samples of text messages, online forum posts, tweets and spoken language.
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Language - how many types?
Students look at the differences between spoken and written language and then examine these in relation to text language and online messaging.
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Fanatical about Facebook updates?
An introduction to hybrid texts via one person's status updates.
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Text language - love it or loathe it?
Students analyse two media texts and consider different points of view about the effects of text talk on the English language.
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With Fanatical about Facebook updates? students explore spoken language using a medium with which they are all too familiar. This can lead to some stimulating debates about the power of viral marketing and networking.  

Harmeet Kaur Matharu, Assistant Subject Leader 

   

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