Lecture 11 Written forms of communication.
Written forms of communication.
Writing Proficiency involves
(grammar, vocabulary with respect to genre, topic, purpose)
in regard to Writing Proficiency involves correct grammar, vocabulary and phonetic knowledge in order to express ideas adequately to the context.
(getting ideas getting started writing drafts revising)
(Rules and principles)
enables language learners to vary their use of the language taking into account the topic, the genre, the purpose and the addressee.
(Cohesion enable writers to vary their use of the language coherence)
makes the text well organized cohesively and coherently which shows semantic relation between elements in the text and which is crucial for the interpretation of it.
4 basic skills necessary for Writing:
- is a pre-writing activity, which encourages students to write, to gather information, to generate ideas;
- students write statements of purpose, some quotations, provoking questions and general questions. Then at responding stage your peers and teacher give you feedback;
- you revise what you have done;
- polishing of the text to the excellence.
Types of Writing.
In expressive writing
emphasis is put on the writer him/herself expressing his or her own thoughts as in a diary.
In poetic writing
emphasis is put on the language, as the choice of language creates the necessary poetic effect.
emphasis is on the subject matter.
emphasis is on the reader who is in the focus of the writer’s attention and whose train of thought the writer intends to change.
is a graphic and orthographic system of FL which is used for focusing language material for its better acquisition.
is a productive and reproductive form of speech activity for expressing one’s thoughts in graphic form, the product of which is a text supposed to read.