"Choral Speaking Text" Essays and Research Papers

  • Choral Speaking Text

    ASSESMENT 2 (B) Micro Skills Presentation Choral Speaking Choral speaking is an activity which involves an oral presentation of a text, using expression to perform and enhance a text. This is done by emphasising particular words, sounds or phrases to help make the text become a performance than a reading. Choral speaking in encouraged to be presented in a small group using different voices to play different parts of a dialogue. Also by varying the pace, the volume of the voice and changing the...

    Drama, Drum, Dum Dum 852  Words | 4  Pages

  • Choral Speaking

    Choral Speaking The following excellent resource was submitted by Anita Geller, Arts Consultant with the District School Board of Niagara and is based on The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8, The Arts, 1998. Thanks Anita, from all of us at CODE! What is Choral Speaking? When groups of students recite passages they've committed to memory, they are involved in choral speaking. (In choral reading and reader's theatre, students are not required to memorize the text, as the names imply). Students interpret...

    Meaning of life, Music, Piece 1047  Words | 3  Pages

  • Choral Speaking

    TEXT CHORAL SPEAKING AS - SABAR 2009 HOSTEL LIFE Good morning Honourable judges, teachers and fellow friends. Today ! We are proud to bring you to the world of...Hostel Life! Do you know what is a hostel exactly ? Hostel is a welfare home... What ? Welfare home ? No..no..no..no..no.. Hostel is a place for a chosen people like us... You know hostel life seems very amazing. First ! We will meet Jeng...jeng...jeng... F . R . I . E . N . D . S There are many types of people here, such...

    2004 singles, 2008 singles, 2009 singles 612  Words | 4  Pages

  • choral speaking

     SEKOLAH KEBANGSAAN BUKIT GARAM 2 KINABATANGAN “ADVICE TO PARENTS” SCRIPT FOR CHORAL SPEAKING COMPETITION SANDAKAN DIVISION’S LEVEL ANJURAN PEJABAT PELAJARAN DAERAH KINABATANGAN 26 SEPTEMBER 2013 Good morning. We present to you, Advice To Parents The most important thing we’ve learned As far as children are concerned Is never, never, never let Them near your television set Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock ...

    Cathode ray tube, Display device, Roald Dahl 509  Words | 6  Pages

  • Choral speaking

    not sure..maybe you can ask somebody else.'' ''Okay..thank you!'' ''You're welcome.'' OH MY ENGLISH! Btw..we've given a task by our madam to create a choral speaking script of the theme:Motivation To Learn English..and this is the script done by my group..checkitout! English oh english Today we wish to present choral speaking Entitled Motivation to Learn English Why do we have to learn English? To communicate with others To understand movies To use computers To travel overseas ...

    2005 singles, 2007 singles, 2008 albums 654  Words | 4  Pages

  • Choral Speaking

    CHORAL SPEAKING SCRIPT TITLE: THE TREES THAT DROPPED THEIR LEAVES Trees…. People, animal and plants, The flora and fauna as in science terms, Everywhere need forests and trees! Could you imagine how the world looks like without trees? Goor morning ladies and gentlemen, We present you “The trees that dropped their leaves” On one fine day, The sun was shining so brightly, The wind was blowing cool and swiftly, All the trees in the rainforest were having a big meeting. Yet, everyone was upset and...

    Animal, Life, Organism 573  Words | 3  Pages

  • Choral Speaking

    very good morning we bid to the honorable judges G2 : ladies G1 : and gentlemen. G3&4 : We , students of Foundation in TESL G2 : will entertain you guys! Miza : Hear ye hear ye my loyal subjects! This is your Queen/King speaking  Others : [booooo!!] Everyone : This is us, children of today, and the leaders of tomorrow G2: Presenting on this very moment G4: right on this grand stage Amy: About…… Everyone: Culture shock in Malaysia!  G3: Yes, you heard us. Everyone: CULTURE...

    Adolescence, FIA, Rally racing terminology 724  Words | 5  Pages

  • CHORAL SPEAKING 2014 SCRIPT

    CHORAL SPEAKING 2014 SCRIPT SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN DABONG, SMK DABONG CHORAL TEAM 2014. Look up in the sky, It’s a bird, it’s a plane No!! We are the choral speaker of DABONG!! SOLO: HI,HI,HI…. ALL: Good Morning Malaysia Ladies and gentlemen. Boys and girls. ALL: We… ALL: Are going to share with you our deepest secret ever… SOLO: What is it? 2x ALL: Shhhh… ALL: Our wish list and it’s hot from the diary. ALL: Who can grant our wishes? SOLO: What if we rub that old lamp? All: swoosh swoosh...

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  • Choral Speaking Script

    Choral Speaking Script! (official) L : LEFT, R: RIGHT. first row : number 1, second row: number 2 and third row: number 3. L&R2,3: Guys, the choral speaking competition is next week! L&R1: Oh My God, what are we going to talk about?! R123 :Hmm..Let’s talk about FOOD! Mmm yum yum yum L123: No No No! Let’s talk about....BOO! GHOSTS? *Yeah* Uuuuu… Lydia: No guys, let’s talk about something we ALL have in common! L&R 123: What, our parents’ nagging?! Lydia: No, I’m talking about...

    Disco, Funk, Jazz 871  Words | 4  Pages

  • Choral

    Choral Speaking -- One Malaysia In thunder and lightning, here we come Ladies and gentlemen, we the children of today Present to you ‘1 Malaysia’. Malaysia is a multi - racial country. A country that belongs to all Malaysians with a shared history and a belief in a shared future. U-N-I-T-Y [individual] Unity! Only a five - letter word, yet the foundation of multi - racial Malaysia. A cultural melting pot [Udah makai, nuan? Wa jiak pah liaw?] A unique heritage of different races [Selamat...

    Blog, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Malaysia 505  Words | 3  Pages

  • Choral Speaking

    Good morning, everyone, We, SMK St. Joseph Miri, would like to present a choral speaking performance entitled “Colourful Malaysians” Malaysians are an interesting lot in South East Asia We are a mélange of colours, creeds and cultures Among us you can see Malays, Chinese, Indians, Ibans and other indigenous ethnic groups. Many of us are bilingual,trilingual and quadrilingual, being able to speak more than one language. It’s not a surprise to see Ahmad being able to speak Malay and English ...

    Borneo, Buddhism, China 466  Words | 2  Pages

  • choral speaking

    He and She She took after their father, Hair like a tangle of wire. He took after their mother, A dreamer who curled by the fire. She chose games that were rowdy, Borrowed his planes and his cars. He gazed out of the window, Riding the moon and the stars. She would rage like a tiger, Fight him with fists and with hate. He would smoulder in silence, Patiently, bitterly wait. She ran wild in the playground, Shouting her threats at the boys. He crept under the oak tree, Guarding...

    Bone, English-language films, Femur 759  Words | 6  Pages

  • Choral Speaking

    In thunder and lightning, Here we come, BAM! POW POOF! For the first time ever Brought to you live and alive, To deliver a wonderful piece of our thought So, have a seat, relax and let’s go on this journey Are you ready?! Let’s go! Introducing our topic entitled……..violence Hmmm…..Doesn’t this issue sound familiar? Like old issue only mah (chinese accent) Excuse me? It’s an issue! And it is not to be taken for granted! Issues are to be dealt with! See, touch, hold, smell and feeeeeel...

    Child abuse, Domestic violence, Suffering 806  Words | 5  Pages

  • Contemporary Choral Music

    Contemporary Choral Compositions Most people that live in the modern generation view choral music as old, boring harmonies whose composers died with kings. However, choral music is not just for the elderly singing hymns apathetically in the church pews on Sunday morning. Though the perception of it remains unenthusiastic among common listeners, the life of choral music is not as dead or boring as most would assume. Choral music is made modern, enjoyable, and vibrant through the works of contemporary...

    Choir, James MacMillan, Mass 2223  Words | 7  Pages

  • text

    000 that get injured yearly? There are many ways to prevent these accidents. The first is to just simply not do it! According to a Nationwide Insurance study in 2008, 66% of drivers between the age of 18 and 24 send or receive text messages while behind the wheel. Text messaging while driving leads the list as the biggest distraction while driving. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that distracted drivers account for almost 80% of all crashes and 65% of near-crashes in the...

    Instant messaging, Mobile phone, Philippines 2212  Words | 6  Pages

  • A Choral Tapestry

    Gerardo Arias Concert Paper May 5th, 2012 A Choral Tapestry It’s funny how flexible and versatile music is. Music is thrash metal emanating from a pair of iPod headphones, with the intent of getting someone motivated for a long workout, and a soothing lullaby sung by a mother to her child. Music is the sunny chirpings of pretty morning melodies by the birds, and the soft pitter-patter of rain—nature’s music. And on May 4th, music was the choirs of CLC putting together all of the hard work...

    Choir, Melody, Motet 1759  Words | 5  Pages

  • Text

    difficult to manage. -racism. -no strong wifi. DAVID –( IT 2nd year) -difficult to socialize. =culture, tradition –break boundaries. -laptop issue of 2nd years. -racism. -racism by faculty and staff. -no strong wifi. EBUKA-(CIVIL 2nd year) -speaking of laptop before I came to this school I was told that I should drop my laptops; that school were top provide laptops for us. But to my shock we were told that we are not going to get any laptop. NURGUL (KAZAKHISTAN) I practice in Biotechnology...

    2008 albums, Bad, Karunya University 461  Words | 3  Pages

  • To Text or Not to Text?

    me four times longer to hit the brake [while being distracted and driving]” (1). Therefore, LeBeau’s results matched up with the final results for Car and Driver Magazine; it took an unimpaired driver .54 seconds to break, yet for a person sending a text while driving, it took 70 more feet to break. Furthering Car and Driver Magazine’s study, it shows that it only took a legally drunk person four more feet to stop (LeBeau 1). With this said, a person could be at legal limit of .08, yet still be safer...

    Automobile, Cellular network, Driver's license 1191  Words | 3  Pages

  • Public Speaking

    PUBLIC SPEAKING INTRODUCTION When we heard the word, ‘public speaking’, what came to mind is standing in front of a crowded room packed with people and talking to them. The image alone sometimes create an enormous effect on most people, causing nervousness, and maybe even fear. Before we jump to that, let’s look at the definition of the word itself. According to Merriam Webster online dictionary, the words Public Speaking has a meaning of “the act or process of making speeches in public,” or...

    Eulogy, Oratory, Public speaking 1994  Words | 5  Pages

  • Choral Speaking Script

    FAMILIES OF TODAY Ladies and gentlemen, Mummies and Daddies, We can guarantee That what we are going to tell you is true ! And I’m sure that you will agree with us too. When you get up in the morning, All you want to do is (take a shower) (or wash your face) With your favourite facial wash But when you finally have The energy to walk to the Bathroom, your sister beats You to it. At that moment, all you want Is to scream loudly *”Mum ! SHE’S HOGGING THE BATHROOM !”* *“But Mum...

    English-language films, Family, Father 716  Words | 5  Pages

  • Question and Text

    Name: Muna Said-Ahmed Date: November 19, 2012 Assignment: Three Rational for Text Choice: The most important factor associated with the choice of my text was its usability. Is this a text that I will be able to teach the lower-intermediate class in week four of the Celta program? Potential texts that answered yes to that question were kept, while those that answered no were discarded. With the remaining texts I divided them into two columns: ‘interesting reads’ and ‘less interesting topics’;...

    Answer, English language, Good and evil 718  Words | 3  Pages

  • Text linguistics

    Mukachevo State University Report Text linguistics Prepared by Kamenkova Nastia 2014 Text Linguistics A text is an extended structure of syntactic units i.e. text as super-sentence such as words, groups, and clauses and textual units that is marked by both coherence among the elements and completion .A non-text consists of random sequences of linguistic units such as sentences, paragraphs, or sections in any temporal and/or spatial extension. A naturally...

    Anaphora, Deixis, Endophora 1165  Words | 5  Pages

  • Text Talk

    evolution of words, how is text talk creative and in what way does it bring use to communication within society. Many of the techniques used in text talk such as acronyms, abbreviations and alphabetisms have the purpose of engaging the reader; making the text more eye-catching; making the text sound colloquial (like a spoken conversation); adding to the humorous banter-like tone of the text; and adding an expression of emotion into the writing. One technique used in the text is including slang or words...

    Instant messaging, Language, Linguistics 1126  Words | 3  Pages

  • Text Analysis: The English

    THE ENGLISH Text Analysis In process of analyzing the text ‘The English’ I found that there are six paragraphs and in each paragraph there are approximately four sentences. Vocabulary of this text is simple without difficult words like scientific terminology etc., in addition it is also descriptive, so author describes how immigrants from overseas have settled in different parts of England and had formed their communities. Simple and descriptive vocabulary makes text more understandable to people...

    Adjective, City of London, England 1449  Words | 4  Pages

  • Choral

    TITLE : AS TIME PASSES BY ADAPTED AND IMPROVISED FROM INTERNET (Sleeping) (Sound of babies) Oh…..it’s a baby girl Good morning, ladies and gentlemen We are here today From SMK BANDAR BANTING Hale and hearty Lend us your ears, Hear our say We start to see this big blue marble Full of beautiful colors like ……………. Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Violet and Indigo Oo ………………………it’s the rainbow Beautiful, wonderful, colorful ………………….. Then we start to know many strange faces…………...

    Family, Malaysian cuisine, Snow White 500  Words | 3  Pages

  • Speaking: Language and Skills

    1. THEORY OF SPEAKING This part, dealing with the theoretical background of speaking, aims to determine the position of the speaking skill among the other skills and to analyze the elements that speaking as a skill includes. Speaking is as a language skill used as a communication tool to share ideas, feelings, opinions, thoughts, or information by using the target language. It is an interactive process of constructing meaning that involves producing, receiving and processing information...

    Foreign language, Language, Language education 1281  Words | 5  Pages

  • Improving Speaking Skill

    Improving Speaking skill of Grade XII students of secondary school through Role Play strategy. A. Background of the Study The language has many functions, Srijono (2006: 7) states that the language function is used for expressing and receiving some information, communication, persuasion, negotiation, and for socialization. We usually use language into two ways, verbal language and nonverbal language. It is so very important to communicate because the two components help us to speak up very...

    Education, Language, Language acquisition 1127  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Language: Categorising Texts

    has certain characteristics and style that is unique to each individual writer. This of course differs according to the texts function, and its method of imparting information. For example the style a newspaper is written in will differ greatly to that of an advert, because of the different objectives both aspire to attain. These various objectives affect everything about that text- from its lexis to the way it is communicated. It is for this reason that you would be unlikely to find an instruction...

    Creative writing, Persuasion, Regulatory Focus Theory 1041  Words | 3  Pages

  • Public Speaking

    Public speaking - is the process of speaking to a group of people in a structured, deliberate manner intended to inform, influence, or entertain the listeners. It is closely allied to "presenting", although the latter has more of a commercial advertisement connotation. The Importance of Public speaking Public speaking is presenting your thoughts and feelings in a meaningful way. Often the wrong perception that only people involved in sales, marketing or mass media need to learn public speaking...

    Better, Communication, Fear 701  Words | 3  Pages

  • Public Speaking

    Christine Jewel Shi Public Speaking: A Paramount Skill to Success Thesis Statement: In a world filled with so much information, knowing how to effectively organize and present one’s ideas through oral communication is paramount to success in and out of the classroom. I. Introduction A. Public speaking in the twenty-first century is an art and a science. B. The emphasis on ethics in communication is very important across the field. C. Improving your English speaking skills will help you communicate...

    Audience, Communication, Oral communication 692  Words | 3  Pages

  • effective speaking

    SUMMARY ABOUT PERSUASIVE SPEAKING FROM 10 DIFFERENT BOOKS Book title: Communication at Work Author: Marylin S. Kelly Types of Topic Persuasive speaking is a speech given in hopes of swaying the audiences to believe and support the things that the speech giver is saying. Persuasive speeches may attempt to inspire the audience to agree with or reject a point of view, to further commit them to an idea or to actuate the audience. There are four types of policy: fact, value, policy and topic. ...

    Audience, Language, Oratory 735  Words | 3  Pages

  • Public Speaking

    Public Speaking Public speaking is the process and act of speaking or giving a lecture to a group of people in a structured, deliberate manner intended to inform, influence, or entertain a listening audience. Public speaking is commonly understood as face-to-face speaking between individuals and an audience for the purpose of communication. It is closely allied to "presenting", although the latter is more often associated with commercial activity. Most of the time, Public speaking is to persuade...

    Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Orator 904  Words | 3  Pages

  • Public Speaking

    University of Phoenix Material Charquita Moore Public Speaking Diagnostic Questionnaire INSTRUCTIONS ANSWER EACH OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN COMPLETE PARAGRAPHS OF AT LEAST 150 WORDS. QUESTIONs 1. ON A SCALE OF 1 TO 10, WITH 1 EQUALING LOVE IT, AND 10 EQUALING HATE IT, RATE YOUR FEELINGS ABOUT SPEAKING IN FRONT OF GROUPS. EXPLAIN YOUR REASONS FOR THIS RATING. I would rate my feelings as a 9, but by the time I leave the class it maybe close to a 3. I rate this because...

    Feeling, Mess, Oratory 706  Words | 3  Pages

  • Persuasive Speaking

    Persuasive Speaking Goals of Persuasive Speaking I. Persuasive speaking is a communication process involving both verbal and nonverbal message in an attempt to have the listener take action or be influenced. A. The ultimate goal is action or change. B. There are four sub-goals: 1. Adoption asks listeners to demonstrate their acceptance. 2. Discontinuance asks for listeners to avoid certain behaviors. 3. Deterrence asks listeners to prevent an occurrence of something. 4. Continuance...

    Abductive reasoning, Causality, Deductive reasoning 1050  Words | 5  Pages

  • public speaking

    The Importance of Public Speaking. Public speaking can be defined as continuous formal presentation to an audience made by a presenter . Most of the time, people use public speaking to deliver vital messages to the public in proper way. As its name implies, it is a way of communication that will make our ideas public. Through public speaking, we share our ideas with people and it may influence people’s thoughts. Nowadays, many people around the world use public speaking to spread their ideas and...

    Communication, Critical thinking, Glossophobia 1897  Words | 6  Pages

  • Public Speaking Topics for Teens?

    One way to pick topics for public speaking for teens is to choose something they are interested in. if they like dragons, maybe pick a topic about fantasy things. If they like computers, maybe pick a topic about social media. 1 Additional Answer Public Speaking Topics for Teens You've been assigned to give a speech to your classmates on anything you want. With so many choices, it's easy to get stuck. Obviously you want something appropriate that will please your teacher and receive a good...

    Audience, Comedy, Defence mechanism 926  Words | 4  Pages

  • Spoken Language and Text

    Explore the view that speaking, texting and/or web-based interactions can be very creative forms of language use. “English is a rich and fruitful language”, this high concept quote is something that I have heard over and over again throughout my life in education. However to answer this question this quote has to become adjusted towards the question that needs to be answered. An adjustment to this statement would be “speaking and texting are rich and fruitful creative forms of language use”;...

    Communication, Dialect, Instant messaging 1718  Words | 5  Pages

  • Public Speaking

    Public Speaking A common problem in a person’s day-to-day life is public speaking or interpersonal communication. According to speechmastery.com, public speaking is defined as “The process of speaking to a few or many people with the purpose of informing, motivating, persuading, educating or entertaining the listeners.“ There are many situations where public speaking is used, whether it is speaking to a crowd or speaking to a small group, giving presentations or giving explanations, reading out...

    Audience, Audience theory, Learning styles 1127  Words | 3  Pages

  • Speech Outline - Com225 Public Speaking

    COM225 Public Speaking Speech Outline 1) Explain the differences between a speaking outline and a formal outline. According to the course text book, a formal outline is defined as “a complete sentence outline written in sufficient detail that a person other than the speaker could understand it, (Grice & Skinner, 2010, p. 197)”. The course text book defines a speaking outline as “a brief outline for the speaker’s use alone and containing source citations and delivery prompts, (Grice &...

    1920, Color, Cone cell 926  Words | 4  Pages

  • Recitation: Choral Reading

    naturally enough. Do not rush. Hold your book correctly. Not to far away or down below. Be relaxed as you read. Enjoy your reading. Look up occasionally. If there are amusing parts wait for the laughter to stop before you start again. Choral Reading and its Types : Poetry and must of prose should be read aloud for full appreciation. One has to imagine the sounds in a poem when it is being read silently. Task : Try reading these lines silently and then orally. Out Written...

    Dyslexia, Educational psychology, Reading 1402  Words | 6  Pages

  • Teaching Speaking

    Teaching speaking skills 2 - overcoming classroom problems Submitted by TE Editor on 16 February, 2004 - 13:00 This article is written for teachers with large classes of students who have encountered some of the following or similar problems during speaking activities in their classroom. * Why should we teach speaking skills in the classroom? * Motivation * Speaking is fundamental to human communication * Dealing with the arguments against teaching speaking skills *...

    Activity, Education, English language 1674  Words | 5  Pages

  • Communication and Students Public Speaking

    awareness level of the functions and importance of effective communication in the business arena. This course focuses on the application of communication principles in achieving organizational goals. Special emphasis is placed on developing writing and speaking proficiency. COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. To enhance students’ understanding of the communication process, communication barriers, types of messages and communication across cultures. 2. To inspire students to improve their communication...

    Communication, Message, Nonverbal communication 1467  Words | 7  Pages

  • public speaking

    What is public speaking? Public speaking involves talking in front of a group of people, usually with some preparation. It can be in front of people that you know (e.g. at a family celebration) or a crowd of strangers. Unlike a presentation there normally isn’t a lot of opportunity for interaction between the audience and the speaker – the speaker speaks, and the audience (hopefully) listens. Speeches have different functions. These include being persuasive (e.g. trying to convince the audience...

    Oratory, Public speaking, Toastmasters International 1608  Words | 5  Pages

  • Choral Speaking Script - Friendship (2013)

    Together, together, together everyone Together, together, come on lets have some fun Together, were there for each other every time Together, together come on lets do this right We're all in this together Once we know That we are We're all stars And we see that We're all in this together And it shows When we stand Hand in hand Make our dreams come true Friendship, friendship what is friendship? “Friends in a ship?” “NO!” “Friends…” Would laugh her lungs off when you...

    Friendship, Interpersonal relationship, Love 813  Words | 4  Pages

  • Compare and Contrast Literary Text and Non-Literary Text

    Non-literary text forms an independent part of a publication .Non-literary texts are informational writing: factual material, informational explanations, newspaper articles, textbooks, journal and diary entries, and so forth that are published in newspapers, Informative magazines current affairs news and educative articles. Non-literary composition uses facts and figures to proof a point. Examples of non-literary texts are personal diaries, current affairs news, journals, text books and articles...

    Alliteration, Fiction, HarperCollins 1577  Words | 5  Pages

  • Informative Speaking vs. Persuasive Speaking

    12/13/12 Informing and persuading are two different things. When it comes to informative speaking the goal is to educate, make the person or audience understand how something works, an event or explaining a concept using facts. It isn’t trying to advocate a cause. Speaking to persuade is the process of creating, reinforcing, or changing people’s beliefs or actions while using opinion. Informing and persuading speaking are used in everyday situations but it’s important to know the differences between the...

    Fact, Persuasion, Regulatory Focus Theory 907  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tale of Teachers (Choral Speaking Script)

    TEACHERS’ TALE Ringgggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg!!!! Recess time is up! (x2) Faster everyone! Cikgu Zakir is coming! Run! Run! [ALL] A very good morning we bid to The Honourable judges, ladies and gentleman We would like to present you The tale of our teachers.. [ALL] Boys and girls, Can you remember all of your teachers? Well, good teachers, funny teachers or special teachers? Discipline teacher? Uh uh! BOYS: Shhhhhhhhhhhhh..... [ALL] Guys, listen! Teachers, Are the burning...

    Education, School, Teacher 572  Words | 5  Pages

  • Public Speaking

    PUBLIC SPEAKING I. ELEMENTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING A. THE SPEAKER The main element of public speaking He is seen as a person full of ideas, knowledge, and principles in life that in one way or another can inspire them in the challenges of life. CHARACTERISTICS OF AN EFFECTIVE SPEAKER 1. GOOD VOICE QUALITY Good voice quality/variety is a good tool to captivate audience’s attention especially when doing a narration. 2. KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUBJECT MATTER The more and broader you know about the...

    Audience, Gesture, Gestures 856  Words | 5  Pages

  • TEXT LINGUISTICS

    TEXT LINGUISTICS IS THE STUDY OF TEXT AS A PRODUCT OR AS A PROCESS Text-as-a-product      Text-as-a-process Cohesion Coherence  Topical organization Illocutionary structure Communicative functions   Text production Text reception Text interpretation TEXT AS A COMMUNICATIVE OCCURRENCE MEETS: 7 constructive principles of communication     Cohesion Coherence  Intentionality  Acceptability  Informativity  3 regulative principles of communication Situationality...

    Anaphora, Cohesion, Deixis 441  Words | 13  Pages

  • Toefl Speaking

    TOEFL Speaking Part 1 1. If you could have any job in the world what would it be? Use details to support your response. If I could have any job in the world, I would love to be a guide for tourists. There are many reasons that I would choose this job. * First of all, I would often travel! I like very much to go in places that I have never been there before. * Moreover, I would speak 5 or 6 languages fluently! This would significantly expand my horizons. For these two reasons and...

    Debut albums, Reason, The Age 1431  Words | 4  Pages

  • Text and Discourse

    Text and Discourse The nature of text When we think of a text, we typically think of a stretch of language complete in itself and of some considerable extent. However, there appears to be a problem when we have to define units of language which consist of a single sentence, but that fulfill the basic requirement of forming a meaningful whole in their own right. For example: “keep off the grass”. This text is complete in terms of communicative meaning. So, if the meaningful of the texts does not...

    Linguistics, Logic, Meaning 1296  Words | 4  Pages

  • Public Speaking

    trees in the next four years! 100m!! I have come to the realization that modern technology can provide us with a much better alternative. Today I’d like to introduce you to- The Electronic Book. Also known as the eBook, it can serve the purpose of text books and much more. I’d explain six of the many reasons relevant to us, students that make them a better choice. (Signpost: Let’s begin by looking at the obvious reasons for the existence of books.) Body I. In the 1800 when printing press...

    Amazon Kindle, Book, Books 1343  Words | 4  Pages

  • Public Speaking

    enjoy making a fool of myself, but it is in large part due to the fact that talking to people in a structured manner, such as a speech just doesn't scare the bejusus out of me like it did before I enrolled in this class. Why is that? Why does public speaking scare people? I feel that many people just don't understand the fundamentals. First off, things go much smoother if your audience finds you credible. Next, your delivery is just as important as your material. A nervous speaker with accurate facts...

    Fear, Glossophobia, Oratory 1256  Words | 3  Pages

  • text 6

    Text 6: Glory Glory Be to Chocolate- Naught But Nic Contextual detail: Taken from the authors book “From the Devils Pulpit” the text was publish in 1997 and was written by the author John Agard. John Agard is a man who was born in Guyana. This is significant because Guyana is located on the Caribbean Coast of South America, a country where simple foods are seen as luxurious as they have one of the poorest economies of South America. Text 6 Genre Poem taken from a section of the book “From the Devil’s...

    Audience, Caribbean, Food 1206  Words | 12  Pages

  • Text Linguistics

    Text linguistics Module I. Classificationally meaningful characteristics of the text as an integral and independent object of investigation. Lecture 6. Conceptual variability of linguistic interpretations of the text essence and status and their reflections in the models of the text descriptions. Problem for discussion Evolution of the text description approaches. Models of the text descriptions. Grounds for the chosen models and schemes of the text descriptions...

    Communication, Illocutionary act, Linguistics 666  Words | 3  Pages

  • Public Speaking

    Public Speaking Professor. Z Week 4 Keon Thomas HW#4 Chapter 4 # 1,3,4,5,6,7 1. What is an audience-centered speaker? An audience-centered speaker is to dramatize the importance of connecting, let’s contrast the speaker with two speakers who fail to connect. 3. How can a speaker get advance information about an audience? The speaker can get advance information by knowing who your listeners are. But if you’re not familiar with your listeners, collect information about them by means of...

    Audience, Language, Public speaking 457  Words | 3  Pages

  • Speaking: Speech and Informative Speeches

    Speaking to Inform I. Speaking to inform is one of the most important skills a student can develop. A. Informative speaking is vital to success in business. 1. In one survey, informative speaking was ranked as the most important speech skill in the workplace. 2. In another survey, 62% of the respondents said they used informative speaking “almost constantly.” B. Nor are people in business the only ones who rely on informative speaking. 1. There are endless situations in which people...

    Abstraction, Audience, Concept 1412  Words | 5  Pages

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