The acronym PREP (which has almost become a word in itself) does provide some interesting semantic analysis!
Speaking of… here’s the PREP for this week and for the over the break;
- Complete you assigned definitions and examples for semantics and email these to Neven so they can be posted on your blog.
- If you are unsure on what you were assigned then you should check with Neven or Diaz who moderate your blog.
- Make sure that by the first week of T2 your glossaries are completely up-to-date. You will need this to begin our work on discourse analysis.
- Make sure that you have 4 media pieces, an academic piece and a personal observation piece analysed for your Scrapbook/journal task.
- You will need these ready to go for our first lesson next term. We will begin the feedback and improvement phase of our work on this task.
- This phase is designed so you can improve your analyses and achieve greater success with this task.
- I will be running a class on Thursday at during lunch that I would like everyone to attend to clarify this work.
- I will also be running a class during the break on Wednesday 16th of April, which you are most welcome to attend.
- The aim of this class will be to help you find and analyse pieces for your scrapbook.
The instructions for the scrapbook task are here -> Assessment – Scrapbook Task 2.0
Neven has also posted the example of annotation I went thru in class on http://trivialpursuitofenglishlanguage.wordpress.com/
Please email me with any questions or queries,