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3 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji© Objective: SFG  know what systemic functional grammar is  know what constituent is  have worked with practices in breaking down a clause into constituents  have worked with practices in breaking down a text into clauses ObjectiveObjective, SFG, Constituency, TGvsFG, Why rank-scale, Clause segments, Simple test, AssignmentSFGConstituencyTGvsFGWhy rank-scaleClause segmentsSimple testAssignment

4 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 SFG  a way of describing lexical and grammatical choices from the system of wording (METALANGUAGE)  grammar?  a rule of a language  the way in which the language is organized  language patterns which consist of component parts or CONSTITUENTS. ObjectiveObjective, SFG, Constituency, TGvsFG, Why rank-scale, Clause segments, Simple test, AssignmentSFGConstituencyTGvsFGWhy rank-scaleClause segmentsSimple testAssignment

5 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Constituency  In writing:  A passage of written English consists of sentences, which consist of words, which consist of letters.  In speech Figure CWFigure CW, Figure CSFigure CS ObjectiveObjective, SFG, Constituency, TGvsFG, Why rank-scale, Clause segments, Simple test, AssignmentSFGConstituencyTGvsFGWhy rank-scaleClause segmentsSimple testAssignment

6 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 ConstituencyConstituency in writing paragraph sentence word letter Figure CWFigure CW, Figure CSFigure CS

7 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Paragraph  So you can use this flexible word more often in your daily speech. Say it loudly and proudly FUCK YOU. Figure CWFigure CW, Figure CSFigure CS

8 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Sentence  Say it loudly and proudly FUCK YOU. Figure CWFigure CW, Figure CSFigure CS

9 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Word  FUCK  YOU Figure CWFigure CW, Figure CSFigure CS

10 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Letter YOUYOU Figure CWFigure CW, Figure CSFigure CS

11 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 ConstituencyConstituency in speech tone group foot syllable phoneme Figure CWFigure CW, Figure CSFigure CS

12 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Tone group d ʊ jə ɹɪ əli l ʌ v m ʌɪ s ɪ stə? Figure CWFigure CW, Figure CSFigure CS

13 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Foot ɹɪ əli and s ɪ stə Figure CWFigure CW, Figure CSFigure CS

14 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Syllable d ʊ and jə Figure CWFigure CW, Figure CSFigure CS

15 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Phoneme d and ʊ Figure CWFigure CW, Figure CSFigure CS

16 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 TG vs FG  What would you comment on:  But me no buts.  You left the door open. And it’s freezing inside.  Refer to language levels to comment on the expression based on TG and FGlanguage levels ObjectiveObjective, SFG, Constituency, TGvsFG, Why rank-scale, Clause segments, Simple test, AssignmentSFGConstituencyTGvsFGWhy rank-scaleClause segmentsSimple testAssignment

17 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Why rank scale?  FG develops the notion of traditional grammar  that words have function as well as class.  That word function can tell us much more than any description of words in terms of class (through metafunctions)  This refinement from word class to word function leads to another refinement of traditional grammar, the RANK SCALE- patternsRANK SCALE ObjectiveObjective, SFG, Constituency, TGvsFG, Why rank-scale, Clause segments, Simple test, AssignmentSFGConstituencyTGvsFGWhy rank-scaleClause segmentsSimple testAssignment

18 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Rank scale RS Constituencies ObjectiveObjective, SFG, Constituency, TGvsFG, Why rank-scale, Clause segments, Simple test, AssignmentSFGConstituencyTGvsFGWhy rank-scaleClause segmentsSimple testAssignment

19 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Clauses and their constituencies CLAUSE COMPLEX When the national economy is growing fast, many economic analysts will claim that interest rates should rise to prevent a situation of boom and bust. CLAUSES 1.When the national economy is growing fast, 2.many economic analysts will claim 3.that interest rates should rise to prevent a situation of boom and bust. GROUPS OR PHRASES When the national economy is growing fast, many economic analysts will claim that interest rates should rise to prevent a situation of boom and bust. WORDS the national economy growing many economic analysts will MORPHEMESnation -al the grow -ing claim RS Constituencies Exercise ObjectiveObjective, SFG, Constituency, TGvsFG, Why rank-scale, Clause segments, Simple test, AssignmentSFGConstituencyTGvsFGWhy rank-scaleClause segmentsSimple testAssignment

20 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 A text to segment  Subject: Thank you and hello  To:  From: Zach  Date: Sat, 2 Aug : 08: 11  Hello Mrs. Eather,  My name is Zach and I am a grade 6 student. I would like to thank you very much for making your math dictionary for kid website.  This website helped me a lot when I was stuck on my math project and I forgot a few basic math things. Where did I get help?  OBVIOUSLY! I got it from amathsdictionaryforkids.com.  I have attached my project. I hope you like it.   Yours truly,  Zachary Dorfler   myproject.doc (100kb) RS Constituencies CCCC, C, G/P, W, MCG/PWM

21 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Complex clauses  My name is Zach and I am a grade 6 student.  This website helped me a lot when I was stuck on my math project and I forgot a few basic math things. CCCC, C, G/P, W, MCG/PWM Text to segment

22 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Clauses  Hello Mrs. Eather, (minor)  My name is Zach  and I am a grade 6 student.  I would like to thank you very much for making your math dictionary for kid website.  This website helped me a lot  when I was stuck on my math project  and I forgot a few basic math things.  Where did I get help?  OBVIOUSLY! I got it from  I have attached my project.  I hope  you like it.  Yours truly, (minor)  Zachary Dorfler (minor) CCCC, C, G/P, W, MCG/PWM Text to segment

23 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Groups or phrases  Nominal group, as in my name, Zach  Verbal group, as in would like (clause 4)  Conjunction group, as in and (clause 3)  Adverbial group, as in very much (clause 4)  Prepositional phrase, as in on my math project (clause 6) CCCC, C, G/P, W, MCG/PWM Text to segment

24 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Word  my  name  is  zach CCCC, C, G/P, W, MCG/PWM Text to segment

25 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Morpheme  make  -ing CCCC, C, G/P, W, MCG/PWM Text to segment

26 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 ClauseClause as experience of the world  PROCESS: happening, doing, sensing, meaning, being, and becoming  PARTICIPANTS  CIRCUMSTANCES  A complete Subject + Finite construction (Major clause as compared to Minor one)MajorMinor

27 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Simple test of clause constituent break down  Frantically, the furious child chased our neighbor’s cat up and down the street.  who did the chasing: The furious child  how the chasing was done: Frantically  who the chasing done to: Our neighbor’s cat  where the chasing happened: Up and down the street ObjectiveObjective, SFG, Constituency, TGvsFG, Why rank-scale, Clause segments, Simple test, AssignmentSFGConstituencyTGvsFGWhy rank-scaleClause segmentsSimple testAssignment

28 LS Liliek Soepriatmadji©2008 Assignment 1.What is the difference between constituency in writing and constituency in speaking? 2.How would you break down into constituents of sentences ‘To many people, the word Hollywood has two meanings. Hollywood is an area in Los Angles. Hollywood is also American Industry’? 3.Find a text and identify the sentences. Then, break it down into major and minor clauses 4.Quote a recipe from a newspaper or magazine and identify the sentences. Then, break it down into major and minor clauses 5.Get a commercial brochure from a five (or four)-star hotel and identify the sentences. Then, break it down into major and minor clauses 6.Get any poem and identify the sentences. Then, break it down into major and minor clauses ObjectiveObjective, SFG, Constituency, TGvsFG, Why rank-scale, Clause segments, Simple test, AssignmentSFGConstituencyTGvsFGWhy rank-scaleClause segmentsSimple testAssignment

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