Spoken Language Transcripts
Sep12

Spoken Language Transcripts

Today we will be exploring live spoken conversation – and generating our own transcripts. Watch this short video excerpt (from the film “FIT”) and try to write your own transcript of the conversation.   SAMPLE TRANSCRIPT: GDE Error: Error retrieving file - if necessary turn off error checking (405:Method Not...

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Of Mice and Men – Advanced Quotation Strategies
Feb04

Of Mice and Men – Advanced Quotation Strategies

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Spoken Language Study: Advice for Assessment
Oct17

Spoken Language Study: Advice for Assessment

This video contains my advice to students completing their GCSE Assessment after a Spoken Language Study that investigated the movement of features of spoken language that have moved into text and instant messaging communication. The question that the assessment will answer is: Explore the features of the language used in digital communications which suggest they are closer to spoken rather than written language. Comment on public...

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Everyday Speech: Samples of your own talk
Sep22

Everyday Speech: Samples of your own talk

These videos are exerpts of your own spoken conversations for you to use as a source for your transcription. The next step is to transcribe these conversations, ensuring you don’t use text language, but this time write your transcript in full, and add information about the sounds, facial expressions, pauses, interruptions and everything you can of the para-linguistic aspects of the conversation. Glenn and George Kai and David...

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