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It's not what you say, it's how you say it.

Discussion in 'Scotland - curriculum' started by azbo, Feb 14, 2012.

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    - How d’ye get on at the skail the day?

    (munch, munch, silence, munch)

    Ah’m talkin’ tae ye! How did it go
    the day?

    - OK

    - OK? Whit did ye dae in English?

    - Readin’

    - ‘n maths?

    - Sums. Ony beans left?

    - Never mind the beans. Ony punnies?

    - Three

    - Three? Ye’ll be wantin’ me tae write a
    note then?

    - Ah’ll dae the wan for French. Write a
    note for the ither two.

    - Ye’ll dae the French wan? Whit’s sae
    special aboot French?

    Dae ye fancy the teacher

    - Don’t talk ****! It’s just that in Modern
    Languages I develop and extend my literacy skills when I have
    opportunities to communicate,
    collaborate and build relationships, reflect on and again explain my literacy and thinking skills, using feedback to help me improve and sensitively provide useful feedback for others

    - Whit?


    the phraseology lifted from a leading educational website.

  2. Are you meaning to to demean the Scots or the ItScotland.org website?
  3. Surely there's no intention to demean anything here. Azbo is cleverly juxtaposing dialect and jargon to highlight the general and generally irrelevant content of CfE E's and O's.
  4. Very funny :)
  5. Azbo is cleverly juxtaposing dialect and jargon to highlight the general[​IMG]

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