SUBJECT 1: LANGUAGE AS COMMUNICATION. ORAL AND WRITTEN LANGUAGE. FACTORS…
SUBJECT 1: LANGUAGE AS COMMUNICATION. ORAL AND WRITTEN LANGUAGE. FACTORS THAT DEFINE A COMMUNICATIVE SITUATION. FUNCTIONS.
1. LANGUAGE AS COMMUNICATION
1.1. LANGUAGE BACKGROUND
1.2. WHAT IS THE COMM. APP?
2. ORAL AND WRITTEN LANGUAGE
2.1. TRADITIONAL METHODS AND EVOLUTION
As I have explained before, traditional methods focused on written language (voc and gr). However, thanks tho Chomsky and proposal of linguistic competence and the further concept of Comm Comp. oral language was considered more important than the written one.
2.2. ORAL AND WRITTEN LANGUAGE IN THE CURRICULUM
1Hand: RD 126 establishes 4 blocks of contents... 2Hand, the CEFR
2.3. ORAL AND WRITTEN LANGUAGE CHARACTERISTICS AND DIFFERENCES
: Exp. by air, dynamic, fluent, spontaneous, subjective, temporary, usually face to face.
Exp. on paper, static, accurate, planned, objective, permanent, usually reciver distant
Nowadays, because of the use of ICT, they have evolved through the use of Youtube, google, blogs, social media...
3. FACTORS DEFINING A LINGUISTIC SITUATION
(that take part in a comm. act.)
3.1. SENDER AND RECEIVER
They are the participants in the comm. act.
: who sends the message
: person or people to whom it is directed.
: Topic 19 :warning: Role-plays or Performances
Linguistics distinguishes between:
words and sentences of a discourse
Refers to place and moment in which communication is developed.
of the message. It is necessary to provide
with a communicative purpose. EI: Shopping in a supermarket.
about which the interactions develops. EI. Food, family....
3.5 MEDIUM & CHANNEL
: can be transmitted by
: Technical means of transmission such as: Phone, Tv, radio...
is the most frequetly used code. We can also use
that is very useful to SS learning a 2nd Lang.
:silhouette: exposed the following classification of
FUNCTIONS OF LANG
(comm of ideas or facts)
(draw the recivers attention EI. Excuse me)
(showing signs of relationship EI: Good morning)
(expression of feelings and attitudes EI: oh my good)
(choosing words to make the message necer)
(use of language to refer to itserlf EI: wehen we read definitions of a dictionary.
identify 3 princip. functions of lang
(when use the language as an instrument of thought EI: When we refer to real or imagined objects.
(When we use lang. as an instrument of transaction EI: to establish social relationship.
(When we use lang. as an instrument of communication EI: to form a written or oral text.
4. WHAT SHOULD WE TAKE INTO ACCOUNT WHEN TEACHING IN A COMM. WAY?
focused on teaching process leaving aside the importance of SS and focused on teaching VOC and GR in a deduct. way
Meth, and tech. focused on Comm. and SS in the centre of the process.
But how this process was developed?