The Importance Of Perception In English

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Perception is the different between speaking and writing in English. It varies from context and is reliant on context. When language is spoken, it is a form of behaviour made up of different dialects and morality. The context of which English is spoken or written has a dramatic influence, language is changed by different situations that a person is exposed to, Formal and informal, social events, professional events or cultural influences. Each context is made up of different surroundings and people in which are part of the communication. Different language can be used within the same context and be different from person to person. For example, in a classroom the language used between and a teacher and student would be different to that of a peer to peer interaction. When speaking, people are usually face to face, therefore they can rely on such extra linguistic clues as facial expression and gesture to aid meaning. Written English is more reliant on the development of careful organisation and compact…show more content…
A work context, such as a classroom as a teacher, a colleague or a student would encourage the use of language as instructing, directing and sharing ideas through teamwork. This would be evident through interactions between teachers and students and also co-workers and other paraprofessionals. Successful use of language in this context would promote learning to the students through appropriate language suitable to their understanding. The students need to be engaged and interested in the speaking, in order gather their attention. A school setting would normally promote a more formal approach to language, however, when formal distancing language is used as opposed to informal bonding language that is social and appealing; the connection may be lost. The social interaction between the teacher and student is more important than the
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