Wildebeest Follow 8 followers 13 badges Send a private message to Wildebeest. Follow 11 This is a helpful thread. I'm still trying to decide what to do for mine. The textbooks comparison idea is very good, but I also have a perfect opportunity over the summer my grandparents' fiftieth wedding anniversary where I could manipulate a group of about forty northeners.
If only I could think of a good dialect study! Follow 12 What are the common features of '??? Or compare that with a newsreader or something. Get a transcript of the news reader, and get the relative to translate into how they'd say it. Follow 13 I did toponomny place names. I investigated 20 place names in 5 different counties to trace back the settlers of that area through religious connotation. Allerston means 'Aelfhere's stone' Aelfhere being an old english name which means supernatural elf warrior and so i linked it to paganism.
And more so I could identify it as norse paganism because it was in Yorkshire surrounded by places with 'Thor' in the name etc. I really enjoyed doing it actually as you can probably tell lol. Follow 14 Follow 15 I think you'd need to come up with a bit of a definition of what you mean by 'hardcore' singers.
Sounds a bit unclear. I've decided on my original idea, few people have sorta 'sold' the idea to me. I think I could do well on it, plus I've got a bit more of an insight as to what I would put, thanks a lot people.
Follow 16 Follow 17 Ha sorry thought I'd already said. I'm gonna compare how genders use language on it Follow 18 Original post by cuzza I think you'd need to come up with a bit of a definition of what you mean by 'hardcore' singers. Follow 19 Follow 20 Just a quick suggestion of maybe what you want to look at if you are going to do an investigation into msn conversations.
You would probably be looking at the discourse framwork, because despite it being written language, many people write as they would talk. Also points for comparison would be things like how well the participants know each other, age and gender. Possibly also wanting to look at grammar, the way sentences are constructed and use of punctuation and how this has changed in meaning. Use of Facts, quotes and examples: They may be topic sentences or enumeration, which has a build up effect as well as helping your audience to follow your argument.
You can present the opposing view and destroy it ruthlessly. Ridicule can be very effective! This is a useful device: Diacope the verbal sandwich: The Wicked Witch of the West does not actually say this, so it is a measure of the success of diacope that many people believe she does!
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Undergraduate Full time Part time. Parents and partners Repayment Advanced Learner Loan. Turn on thread page Beta Toggle. AS English Language Coursework watch. Starting uni is full of surprises: Start new discussion Reply. Follow 1 So, I've just been set my English Language coursework, and inevitably, it's two different pieces of creative writing between words. I want to be ambitious and adventurous with my two pieces, and I'm going to try to write two pieces on subjects that aren't necessarily things that are of particular interest to me, as I've been told that adventurous, experimental pieces are often given more credit by examiners.
For one of my pieces I want to do a newspaper editorial, criticising the current Government; poor economic policies, tuition fees, nepotism etc. But with a humorous, possibly satirical twist. Basically I want to know what you guys think of my proposed pieces, especially ex-Language AS students. Any improvements you could suggest for them would be greatly welcomed. I'm not in a rush, the first piece has to be done by Christmas, and the second by the February half term, but I'm a maticulous planner, and I want to make sure I get an "A" in my coursework.
Thanks in advance, Luke. Follow 2 They sound like good ideas - suitably challenging, so they should allow you to get good marks if well executed, and they have different purposes and audiences.
Aqa english language a2 coursework help. A transcript of the Jonathon Ross show english like a very good idea, so you could perhaps do something similar, like talk about other chat show hosts, and analyse how they talk to different genders, or about how they try to control the conversation.
Aqa english language a2 coursework help Regardless investigation the language levels used, aim to cover a range rather than repeating multiple times the use of a particular word class. Do not write english the language levels in a disjointed fashion.
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SPEECHES - English Language coursework guide At the bottom of the page, you will find links to memorable speeches. Here are some rhetorical devices and other useful features which you may wish to use in your own speech. English – English coursework usually takes the form of an extended essay with a title of your choice. You’re usually given a choice of themes and/or texts to explore, and you could choose a format such as a comparison between a set text and another one.