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Aural style Class 4
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Aural style 2 Writing in Aural style vs. Literary style Aural style: writing for the ear People hear your message Literary style People read your message The method of reception is different
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Aural style 3 Reading versus Listening NON LINEAR RECEPTION Reader’s eye can skip back and forth ENDLESS EXPOSURE, you can re-read as often as you want RECEIVER DETERMINES APPROPRIATE SPEED, you read at your own pace, pausing anytime LINEAR RECEPTION, you can only move from beginning through middle to end ONE TIME EXPOSURE, message is transient (real time) PRESENTATION SPEED IS PRE DETERMINED, you listen at the pace set by the speaker
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Aural style 4 Aural Style Writing intended to be spoken and heard by the audience, has specific features … It is different from writing that is intended to be read by the audience
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Aural style 5 Writing for the ear 1 Conversational style means using… Short sentences/ one thought per sentence Simple (yet correct!) words Purchase Hasten Extinguish Domicile Buy Hurry Put out Apartment/house
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Aural style 6 Writing for the ear Conversational style means using… Contractions There is -- there’s It is -- it’s They will -- they’ll Pronouns: you, us and we Many of us If you are one of … We all have. .
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Aural style 7 Specific and concrete language “the sibling is the second among the three brothers” “the mayor wants to cover the city’s recreational facilities with more vegetation and ground cover” “he is the middle brother” “the mayor wants to plant more grass and trees in the city’s parks” 2- Use direct words and phrases, for example:
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course RTV 2100 taught by Professor Pactor during the Spring '06 term at University of Florida.

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