Journal of English Teaching through Movies and Media 2008;9(2):23-40.
Published online December 30, 2008.
The study for learning emotive routine: On the basis of movie
So Yeon Kim
감정 표출 루틴 학습에 대한 제언
김소연
Abstract
This paper focuses on learning routine on the basis of emotive situations. A certain routine is used depending on a certain situation. The routines are differently used according to the various factors like job, topic, place, participator etc. This paper is concerned with a routine used in a emotive situation. The category of routine is very large and emotive situation is narrowed down to just two fields which are love and disagreement. Using some movie which shows a natural emotion, some situation which shows affection of love and anger of disagreement is selected. In each situation some affective routine and some angry routine is used. This certain routine and its function in dialogue are analysed. In fact routine is divided into two types which are a general routine and a expression formulaic way like routine. For example, thank you very much is called a general routine but thank you for∼ in 'thank you for coming' is called a expression formulaic way. These two kinds of routine are used in every emotive situation and these routine research is important for ESL learners, especially second language beginner. In fact, to ESL teachers or professors, this work may be very stressful. But once a routine data of a essential emotion-happiness, sadness, anger- is done, a lot of routine data can be upgraded whenever new movie or new routine is researched. Improving a emotive routine collection and analysing its function are necessary and helpful for ESL students.
Key Words: Routine;Expression in a formulaic way;Movie;Situational utterance;Expression for feeling;Emotive situation


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