• To pronounce and intonate appropriately, although accepting minor errors while handling short phrases and formules to communicate in everyday situations to interact clearly and structuredly. Blocks 3 and 4 (reading and writing): • To recognise the most common spelling convenctions and punctuation marks. • To know and use the most common vocabulary in order to communicate information, opinions, points of view regarding everyday issues, general or personal ones applying spelling rules to make the text easily comprehensible. 2. Contribution to the development of the key competences.
When comparing to my thinking about rhetoric, the language, tone, knowledge, spelling and grammar are important to writing a good, clear, knowledgeable and understanding paper for others to comprehend. Paying close attention to spelling, grammar and punctuation makes your audience to see how professional
Let's start with reading, we must identify lines, identifying evidence, evaluating lines and evaluating evidence.Then we have writing, the conclusions must be clear, show clear line of reasoning such as argument which leads your conclusion, present evidence which support the reasoning, reading your own writing and the recourses, view your subject from multiple perspectives and finally writing in a critical way rather than personal or journal style. Listening is an important part in the way of
Your post was informative. Our reception and perception in interpersonal communication is very important. Reception from my understanding deals with information received through our sense, such as, taste, touch, smell, sight, and hearing. This process involves our brains to sort, organize, filter and compare our sense. This will eliminate irrelevant information and allow the relevant information to flow through.
Conversation analysis focuses on a fine grained analysis of the ways in which language is used, for example how people reply to a spoken invitations or the uses of a specific word or phrase. Some conversation analysis uses quantitative techniques. Cooperative principle describes how effective communication in conversation is achieved in common social situations, that is, how listeners and speakers must act cooperatively and mutually accept one another to be understood in a particular way. As phrased by Paul Grice, who introduced it, "Make your contribution such as it is required, at the stage at which it occurs, by the accepted purpose or direction of the talk exchange in which you are engaged" (Grice, 1975). Furthermore, the principle is
Awareness: “the quality that allows [the speaker] choice over [their] actions. Developing awareness allows [the speaker] to pick up the behaviors that serve [their] audience” (Lloyd-Hughes). Empathy: to begin a speech “from the perspective of the audience, seeking primarily to serve their aims” (Lloyd-Hughes). Freshness: the ability to be “unique, spontaneous and memorable” (Lloyd-Hughes). Balance: the ability to determine which information is added or removed in order to connect with an audience on a profound level.
The arrangement refers to the most basic organization of ideas and that is- introduction, body and conclusion with proper connections. Complex arrangements of ideas are required for showcasing a persuasive presentation. As a result, a well organized speech allows the audience to stay connected and go with the flow of the speaker’s ideas. The style is referred to how language is used to shape the message and craft the personality of the speaker. Style pertains towards the choice of words and the use of stylistic devices that includes similes, metaphors, irony, etc.
They Say/I Say “Template” They Say/I Say: The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing, presents the reader with a multitude of writing “templates” that are designed to help foster, not only one’s basic writing ability, but also their creativity. Authors Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein even go as far as to argue that writing in this format, and later conversing in this manner, can “get us thinking critically about our own beliefs.” Specifically the template “They Say/I Say” is the most important for a young writer to master, since they believe that strong, academic writing involves, not only the writer’s opinions, but also the stances of others. In their view, “the best academic writing has one underlying feature: it is deeply engaged in some way with other people’s views.”
He/she is the person who read and then evaluate so the writing should be generalized for all ages that people can read and understand. Third, the evidence which is used to support the academic writing is a significant feature. The ideas should be, at least, proved by trustful resources, which are according to periodicals, books, databases, and so on. When using information from outside sources, the writer should paraphrase, summarize or quote them to avoid plagiarism. Furthermore, it is about the style that the writing should be well-organized with logical order.
Good communication is a skill commonly listed on a Curriculum Vitae, it is a requirement in most professions, but how many of us possess the ability to communicate effectively irrespective of the situation or environment? Communication is ”the imparting or exchanging of information by speaking, writing, or using some other medium”(Oxford University Press, 2018). However, to do so effectively one must transmit, interpret, and adapt their method of communication to suit the situation or individual. This essay will explore the theory of Transactional Analysis and relate the model to a personal experience. Through reflection, I will demonstrate an understanding of my cultural influences, the impact these have on my communication style and how I can improve future interactions by applying the principles of Transactional Analysis in my approach.
According to Ellis (2003), this classification is more centered around and allows for the theories of rhetoric that are influential in differentiating different discourse categories in terms of their structure and linguistic properties including narrative, instructions, description, reports, etc. These features often employ a linguistic (often functional) syllabus and appear to entail tasks creating chances and capacity for the free production of language that has been previously presented and practiced. As Ellis (2003) revealed, tasks of this category foster ‘task-supported’ teaching. Further, Ellis highlighted that influencing both the negotiation of meaning and the quality of learner production is one merit of applying a rhetorical classification,
I would describe “rhetoric” as the use of language in order to effectively express thought, and best convey a desired result to an audience given a specific context. I also agree with the idea that rhetoric attempts to “remedy misunderstanding” (I.A. Richards). The “rhetorical situation” is any situation where people are communicating, and is defined by a number of elements: rhetor, audience, purpose, context and strategies. The awareness of this concept definitely affects one’s writing and behaviors in that, it provides the best foundation to craft an engaging and effective piece of writing.