Examines communication in the classroom within the larger context of the development of standard English and its social implications.The first was to produce handbooks of composition, based on the classical manuals of rhetoric, to guide writers of English. ... A balance had been achieved between native usage and foreign importation, and the patterns of rhetoric had been ... English idiom against the polysyllabic Latin one, by associating them with different kinds of character, or different moods. ... Angelo, by saying his record in office deserves a#39;A forted residence a#39;gainst the tooth of time/And razure of obliviona#39; (V. i.
|Title||:||Language, Communication and Education|
|Author||:||Barbara Mayor, A. K. Pugh|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2005-08-16|