Family and Friends 1: Workbook: 1 by Naomi Simmons

By Naomi Simmons

Friends and family is a six-level basic path which will give you a very powerful talents education programme masking language, phonics, and civic schooling.

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If, on the one hand, the communicative purpose of a generic construct is embedded in the rhetorical context in which the genre is often used, on the other hand, it is also transparently reflected in the cognitive patterning of the genre. It is hardly surprising that all the major frameworks for the analysis of genre are based on one of these indicators or a combination of them. 2 Discursive processes and genre The second most typical characteristic of professional genres is that they often are the products of a set of established procedures that form an important part of the disciplinary culture within a profession.

In addition to the socially recognised communicative purposes associated with a specific genre, expert writers also make sure that the intended readers construe and interpret these purposes in the way the writer originally intended. In the case of news reporting, for instance, experienced news reporters make sure that their readers see the events of the outside world in a manner they want them to. This is often achieved by giving what in journalism is known as a slant to the news story. In many other cases, especially in corporate discourse, it is becoming almost a standard practice to mix promotional elements within more information-giving genres.

Within the notion of generic integrity, it accounts for a variety of levels of generic realisations (genres, sub-genres and sub-sub-genres), on the one hand, and mixed (Bhatia, 1997) or hybrid genres (Fairclough, 1995), on the other. It can account for the expression of socially sanctioned communicative purposes and the mixing of these purposes with private intentions (see Bhatia, 1993, 1995, 1997). In the preceding sections, I have made an attempt to characterise the nature of professional writing as distinct from much of academic writing.

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