Spoken Language. Year 10 Controlled Condition Course work. Idiolect: Language used by you and your family Make a list of 10 words you use – at home – they are particular to you:. The Flat controller. Bodger. The Buttons. Zapper. My language.
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Controlled Condition Course work
The Flat controller
Look at register and tone
Part language.One – Set the scene
Set the scene – what is the X Factor? Go through the show, series and the final outcome – BRIEFLY.
Watch 2 ‘normal’ auditions
What are the roles of the judges? What do we expect them to do?
What are the roles of the contestants - what do we expect from them?The X Factor – the context
Assessment Criteria - the skills we are looking for: auditions, write a list of the expectations we have of contestants auditioning
This should be one or two paragraphs, and it should ‘anchor’ the rest of the essay. What you write here, is what you will be referring back to in the essay.
The title: context of reality TV:
Use Formal English * context of reality TV:
Select the points you want to make context of reality TV:about Ablisa’s audition. Were they childlike, immature, rude, inappropriate, aggressive, sulky?
Find examples to illustrate each point you want to make.
Comment on the points you’ve made.
Make sure you explain how what they say and their behaviour fits/doesn’t fit in with the context of the show, by developing your ideas.
Assess your progress: Colour coding: Go through your work and highlight a section:
Yellow = statement
Green = example
Pink = explanation
Orange = development and linguistic features