Questions About Remote Learning?

Code-Switching Storyboard
Updated: 10/21/2020
Code-Switching Storyboard
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  • I wonder what this midterm will be like?
  • I don’t know babe. I really nervous about it though.
  • Honey, I have a surprise that might take your mind of the anxiety part.
  • What is it babe! You know I love surprises!
  • Will you marry me?!
  • Yes!!!
  • In this academic setting, there is two college students who are studying for their first midterm in the park with their dog Roanan.
  • Hi Tiffany, what can I help you think today?
  • Thank you for meeting with me. I would like to see about changing my major.
  • These scenes use the intimate language register.The intimate language register is used between partners such as the men shown up above.
  • Do not worry plenty of students change their major. Why would you like to change your major.
  • Over the summer I volunteered at a summer camp and I really loved to help the kids. So I would like to major in child psychology.
  • The intimate language register is appropriate in this setting because the conversation is between partners like the scene shown up above.
  • That’s great! What I recommend is to research and to deep think about the change. And when you sign up for new classes make the decsion.
  • Thank you so much Mr. Ollie
  • Babe will you marry me?
  • Yes!!
  • In this academic setting, a student is meeting with her academic advisor, in the advising office, about changing her major.
  • These scenes use the formal language register. The formal language register is used in a professional setting such as the scene shown above.
  • The formal language register is appropriate in this setting because of the professionalism that you show in a college office/classroom.
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