Basic characteristics of written language and written communication, basic differences between written language and oral language.
Basic characteristics of written language and written communication, basic differences between written language and oral language. Lecture: written and oral expression; Subjective expression, objective expression; paragraph; Paragraph types (introduction-development-conclusion paragraphs). Definition of text and types of text (informative texts, literary texts); Conditions of textuality (cohesion, consistency, purposefulness, acceptability, situationally, informativeness, intertextual relations). Written expression (written composition: free writing, planned writing); Planned writing stages (subject, limitation of subject, aim, point of view, determination of main and side thoughts, preparation of writing plan, paper layout); Theoretical information on informative texts (petition, letter, news, decision, advertisement / advertisement, minutes, reports, official writings, scientific writings); Working on examples and writing applications; Summarizing and drawing a text; Correcting language and expression mistakes in written applications.