Onversation Analysis for 2 Conversations / Analysis of one chapter of Business English textbook

I have two essays 3000 words each. Each paper is for each module, so my order is two different separate essays. Each should has its own introduction and conclusion.br /
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[1st Assignment (3000 words): TOPIC : Conversation Analysis for 2 Conversations ] br /
Analyse and compare the TWO transcripts in Appendix 1(I will send you the PDF files of Appendix 1), which are both naturally-occurring conversations recorded in offices. Extract 1 (Journal Meeting) involves a work-related conversation between a professor and a secretary in the department, whereas Extract 2 (Motorway Accident) involves three co-workers engaged in small talk (only the first part of the conversation is shown.)br /
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1) Analyse both transcripts using Conversation Analysis. You do not need to analyse every line of the transcript, but you should illustrate all the main features of the interactions. These features include: the turn-taking structure, how the conversation is opened and/or closed, the types of adjacency pairs and sequences found and any repair that occurs.br /
You should present a brief overview of the analytical framework at the beginning of your essay, explaining any terminology used (e.g. adjacency pairs, preference).br /
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2) Discuss the relevance of your analysis for the teaching of spoken English. This should include a general discussion of what can be learned from the analysis of spoken discourse that is relevant for teaching, as well as some concrete suggestions for classroom activities. br /
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[2nd Assignment (3000 words)TOPIC: Analysis of one chapter of Business English textbook] (I want you to choose one chapter of business english textbook and analyse them with following instructions.)br /
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Evaluate a chapter of your choice (of approximately 6-8 pages, e.g. Business Writing: Letters, Emails. / Business Meetings / Business Negotiations) from a textbook for learning Business English.br /
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Evaluate the material in the following two ways:br /
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a) from a pedagogical perspective, taking into account such issues as needs analysis, the language skills practised and the variety of the tasks and materials;br /
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b) in terms of applied linguistics research into the use of English in business. For example, is the language used in the material realistic and appropriate as measured against findings from research into business interactions? Does it draw on any research (for example corpus research) or use authentic written and spoken material?br /
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Based on your discussion, do you think this material is realistic and effective for teaching Business English? Why?/ Why not?br /
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In What ways could the material be improved?