Length:300-500 words for each of the three scenarios (900-1500 total)
References:no references required
Format:save your reflections as a Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx), Open Office (.odt) or rich text format (.rtf) file type
Submission:submit your assignment to the Drop Box
Journal: Language and Situation
This week you will explore howlanguage changes based on the situation. Imagine a situation in which one person is asking another person for a favor (identify one favor and utilize it for the entire assignment). Select three of the following situations:
Grandchild talking to grandparent
Two romantically involved people talking
Employee talking to boss
Student talking to professor
Two siblings talking
Two neighbors talking
Parishioner talking to a pastor
Parent talking to a child
Two colleagues talking
For each situation that you select, write a dialogue between the two fictitious people; the dialogue should focus on one person requesting a favor from the other person.
Reflecting on your dialogues, answer the following questions:
How did the dialogues change?
Why did the dialogues change?