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Language and the economy: Challenges and opportunities for complementary schools

Language and the economy: Challenges and opportunities for complementary schools

Language and the economy: Challenges and opportunities for complementary schools. Vally Lytra King’s College London vally.lytra@pobox.com. Antecedents.

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Language and the economy: Challenges and opportunities for complementary schools

Language and the economy: Challenges and opportunities for complementary schools

Language and the economy: Challenges and opportunities for complementary schools. Vally Lytra King’s College London vally.lytra@pobox.com. Antecedents.

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Discourse. Other senses of ‘discourse’. Descartes: Discourse on Method ; Rousseau: Discourse on the Origins of Inequality ; Hume: Discourse on Natural Religion story/discourse ( histoire/discours, fabula/sjuzet ) ‘discourse’ in linguistics (Discourse Analysis, DA).

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discourse

discourse. insidious. intuitive. invigorated. mediocre. monologue. oracle. skepticism. submission. torrent.

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Discourse

Discourse

Discourse. Setyo Prasiyanto C, S.S., M.Pd. Discourse. Definition Language use beyond sentence Language use in contexts Social practice. Text. Discourse is realised by texts Communication happens in text Text is central to discourse analysis What is text?. CULTURE. Genre (Purpose).

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Discourse

Discourse

Discourse. The three key concepts of Language and Discourse. Discourses Socially constructed knowledges about some aspect of reality Genres The communicative formats in which discourses are communicated, Communicative formats serve specific purposes and orient to specific audiences

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discourse

discourse

discourse. “formation or cluster of ideas, images and practices that construct knowledge of, ways of talking about, and forms of conduct associated with a particular topic, social activity, or institutional site in society” Discursive formations define what is appropriate, relevant “true”.

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DISCOURSE

DISCOURSE

DISCOURSE. by Don L. F. Nilsen and Alleen Pace Nilsen. More Fact than Fiction. A Novel Perspective. Reading and Writing. What time is it?. Capital D Discourse.

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