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Peer Review What is speech? What is writing? How are speech and writing different? How are speech and writing connected?
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What is this? [Only read this—do not say it out loud] Change Jeff Pays
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Peer Review What is speech? What is writing? How are speech and writing different? How are speech and writing connected?
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Some differences
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Some differences Speak with our mouths, write with our hands The impermanence of speech Speech doesn’t have punctuation We are designed for speech (if all things go smoothly, a human child will speak a language; but is this true of writing?) Is writing just speech written down?
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Some connections
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Some connections Both spoken and written language are complex Punctuation attempts to capture some of the aspects of speech--we do the same with emoticons Our written alphabet is based on units of sound
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What is this? [Only read this—do not say it out loud] Change Jeff Pays
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What is this?
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Unformatted text preview: [Read thisbut do not say it out loud] Change Jeff Pays Change of Pace Dont read this--just listen. Raise your hand when you hear an answer Dont read this--just listen. Raise your hand when you hear an answer Zola Reeks Lips Dont read this--just listen. Raise your hand when you hear an answer Zola Reeks Lips Solar Eclipse So how does this game relate to our earlier questions? So how does this game relate to our earlier questions? So how does this game relate to our earlier questions? The ear can hear what the eye cannot see So how does this game relate to our earlier questions? Have them then break up into pairs, and have them take turns reading their own or each others papers, listening for natural pauses and stops that come through in their reading but not in their writing. The ear will hear what the eye cannot see Mad Gabs: http://www.playmadgabonli ne.com/...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course ED 101 taught by Professor Propas during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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