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Communicative Competence *A range of languages to choose from. 1. Linguitic repertoires and code switching **lone words not the same as code switching     - code switching - using two or more linguistic codes in a single conversation 2. Dialects, and political movements involving languages     - Dialect - a variety of language that is not standardized – often linked to a region (ex.  Southern) 3. Pidgin, Creole, and Diglossia     - Diglossia – the high and low variety of language (ex. Arabic)     - Pidgin – a make shift code of communication (ex. trade language)
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Unformatted text preview: 4. African American English (AAE) - origins under debate - Paul Lawrence Dunbar – first African poet and novelist to gain national recognition (used SAE and AAE)- at 16 published newspaper- went on to publish book with poem “Banjo Song” first one he wrote in AAE - created controversy because he switched between SAE and AAE- Died from TB at 36 - Langston Hughes - first book published weary blues- influenced by jazz- leader of harlem renaissance jstorm.org...
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