There is two texts, written and spoken . You going to fill 2 tables for each text. And finely you going to write an analysis essay about the two texts with 1000 word (not including the introduction and conclusion)
each text should have a table under it, and each table should contain all the follow cells (clause ,ideational theme, interpersonal theme, textual theme, marked / unmarked theme)
*** Grammatical analysis
Read carefully the two texts that you chose. Your assignment is to write a linguistic comparison of the two texts of 1000 words which explores and contrasts the themes in the two texts. Note that you do not need to write anything for this step.
Step 2: Making initial notes about the texts
Make some notes on what you notice about the texts and how they differ in terms of the type of themes and theme patterning in relation to the degree of interactivity, spontaneity and the role played by language. This will provide you with a set of questions or hypotheses which you can explore. You will not be assessed on this step and you should not include your notes in your submission.
Step 3: Analyzing themes in the two texts
Identify the ideational, interpersonal and textual themes in each finite clause in each text (ignoring embedded clauses). You should display your analysis in tables and color highlighting.
Note: In minor clauses (I.e. where there is no verb) there is no theme. If a clause breaks off before it is complete, identify the theme as far as possible. Remember that ellipsed subjects should not be treated as part of the theme.
Step 4: Writing up your interpretation
After you have analyzed the types of theme in each text, write an essay in a word document of up to 1000 words (not including the tables) in which you explain, discuss and interpret the overall pattern in relation to the degree of interactivity, spontaneity and the role played by language. In addition, you should compare the results of your analysis in Step 3 to the pattern of theme. What do these patterns suggest about the mode and context of the two texts.
Note: You can refer to units 1 and 4 and their relevant activities in Book 3 to help you write this TMA.
1.Your chosen texts MUST be approved and signed by your tutor to make sure they are the proper texts for the TMA, otherwise your TMA will not be accepted and will not be marked; your mark will be zero.
2.You should write an introduction to the TMA. You should also write a conclusion to the whole TMA at the end in which you sum up what you have done in the TMA and state your own evaluation and opinion of the TMA.
4.In an appendix attach a photocopy or a printout of the two full texts you have used for analysis.
Find the attached files for the written text and spoken below
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