1. Finish video: Chronique Urbaine (Urban Chronicle) 2. Exam Review: content and form of exam Chronique Urbaine (Urban Chronicle) • By Yanick Letourneau (2003) • Hip hop artist (Urban Franco Hip Hop) • Artist: Kamenga Mbikay (Pressureless) Themes to consider Race and language Popular culture and language Class and language Language and power Discussion Questions (Video) • 1. Can Urban Franco Hip Hop music be considered part of a linguistic community in Montreal? How is this type of music, in the context of Montreal, articulated in terms of race, ethnicity or age? 2. Do you think Hip Hop music can be considered a marker of personal or/and group identity? How? Why? Exam Review 1.content overview 2. Form and content of exam Content Overview • Types of meanings transmitted through language: situational, cultural and social • Characteristics: productivity and displacement • Formal Properties of Language: sounds, vocabulary and grammar: a) Grammar: morphology and syntax 1. Morphological analysis: morphemes (stems and affixes) 2. Nonverbal Communication: a. kinesics and proxemics B. Extended and Transferred Meaning 1. metaphor and metonymy Content Overview (2nd) 1. Language and cultural meaning: a) Cultural models 2. Foundation of Linguistic anthropology • Ethnography of communication(Dell Hymes) 1. Aspects of Communicative Interaction. a) setting, particip, topics, goals: 1. Formal and informal . 2. Ethnographic theory of language: Mlinowski (participant observation) Content and Form of Exam One • Content • Will cover: Bonvillain Chap: 2, 4 and pages 61 to 75 Martin and Nakayama: 4, 5, 6, 7 Videos: Talking Canadian and Urban Chronicle • Form 1. 5 multiple choice questions (5 marks) • 2. 4 definitions (4 marks) • 3. 3 short answers (with examples) (6 marks) • 4. 1 essay type question out of two (5 marks) .