Linguistic Anth. Chapter 5

Linguistic Anth. Chapter 5 - Communicative Competence What...

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Language in Action Chapter 5
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Asking for a ride? Explain the cultural exchange on page 89. What does this tell you about different styles of  asking for things? Corn Pudding What was the cross-cultural  miscommunication? Has something like this every happened to you?   
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Direct v. indirect Which style do you prefer? Why? Think of some direct and indirect ways of  making the following requests (be  realistic) Asking a friend to borrow $100 Asking a professor for an extension on a paper Asking a friend to take on a commitment you  made (babysitting, volunteering, helping a friend  move) so that you can go to a party.
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Ethnography of Communication Purpose is to describe and analyze the way  people talk (or otherwise communicate) in  real situations. Illustrates the impact of social and cultural  contexts on language. 
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Unformatted text preview: Communicative Competence What does it mean to know a language? Brainstorm the various aspects of communication with a partner Communicative Competence Speech Communities Communities of Practice Linguistic Competence S-P-E-A-K-I-N-G Identify and define each term in this acronym. Use an example (made up) study to illustrate the meaning In the classroom How is the example on page 109 similar or different to our classroom? Intercultural Communication Cultural mis cues rich point M.A.R. Mistake Awareness Repair Explain the M.A.R. process using an example cross-cultural situation. Reflection How do the following factors influence communicative competence? Age Gender Ethnicity Religion Socio-economic Status...
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Linguistic Anth. Chapter 5 - Communicative Competence What...

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