Chapter 10 Review - Review Chapter 10 Steps to producing...

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Unformatted text preview: Review Chapter 10 Steps to producing language: 1. Plan the gist 2. Devise the general structure 3. Choose words and specific forms 4. Translate into phonemes and produce *Some overlap will exist in reality (they are top down and somewhat parallel) What is prosody? How is it relevant to social behavior? Prosody is the melody or intonation and stress of speech; it matters because the tone you use may change the meaning of a sentence The study of pragmatics: our knowledge of the social rules that underlie language use- establish common ground with speaker Relevance of accents to social stereotyping: accents can designate social class, stereotypes and might determine how one may interact based on assumed knowledge gained from an accent. Common ground concept in language: conversationalists share similar background knowledge, schemas and experience that are necessary for mutual understanding Advantages of bilingualism: - Acquire more native language expertise- Increases subtlety detection...
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course CGS 3361 taught by Professor Krawczyk during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.

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