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FRAMING AND INTERPRETING

GROUP 3
I GEDE NIKA WIRAWAN (1290161026) I GUSTI AYU MAHATMA AGUNG (1290161045) IFONI LUDJI (1290161055)

Framing

Sets of background knowledge used to provide interpretative information about a piece of language (Trask and Stockwell, 2007)

FRAMES

Carry messages to the viewer about how object, space or situation may be interpreted
Used as a way of understanding what is involved in the interpretation of oral and written texts

Interpreting
A form of translation in which the first and the final rendition in another language produced on the basis of one time presentation of an utterance in a source language (Pochhacker, 2004)

Interpreting

Extratextual framing is always involved in interpretation extratextual in the sense that they depend on outside (extra) information (MacLachlan and Reid, 1994)

Framing and Interpreting


In conducting an interpretation, human brain works as a unit frame. The interpretation depends on the frame which will be interpreted into another language. Interpreting can be conducted if the frames are related to a particular experience (background knowledge).

Types of Framing
Extratextual
Extratextual is the sense that a text depends on extra information outside of it.

Intratextual
Intratextual framing occurs when the flow of words within the text is affected by internal framing devices.

Types of Framing
Intertextual
Intertextual frames relate one text or text type with another because there is relation between the two texts.

Circumtextual
Circumtextual features (circum around) of its material presentation and location in space.

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