ARTICLE FOCUS: GRAMMAR-TO-GET-THINGS-DONE

There’s a standard written english … however there’s different dialects of english and different forms of English

Group 2: (My Group)

How do we deal with language barriers ?

-Understand basics of English
– Understanding the multiple meanings of slangs
– Ask questions in different ways if the receiver is having trouble understanding
– Reading body language to see if there might be a breakdown in communication
– Code switch
– Being aware
– Manipulate & Modify Meaning
– Lack of understanding creates language barriers and stumbles knowledge
– Be more visual
– Use repetition
– Find a language translation service

Other Group Assessments:

Group #1
Implications of Rhetoric
Social Media, Journalism- how rhetoric is a basic part of how ideas are being transferred between ppl
Step of analyzing rhetoric
Audience- helps you get a better understanding of what

 

Group #3

LOGOSS, PATHOS, AND ETHOS
SUMMARIZED BOTH ARTICLES AND HOW THEY’D BE RELATED

Group #4

RHETORICAL TRIANGLE- constraints, audience, and context. It is similar to the rhetorical situation, yet it asks us questions about both the writer AND the document
DEMANDS, CONSUMERS, LIMIT
PRESCRIPTIVE GRAMMAR
Descriptive grammar
Very informal
With slang and usage

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