Monday, 16 December 2013

Thinking about Dialogue

1.    Talk about the process of eavesdropping: 

           i.      Where did you go?
                  I started of walking down the hallway and looking around for people then I saw 2 people walking so I started following them but they didn't 
           ii.       How long did you listen to conversation?
                     I listened to their conversation for about 30 minutes.
           iii.      Who was it between?
                      I actually I didn't get the topic the talked like a bunch of stuff once it had a topic it changed the topic so it was hard to tell what kind topic.
           iv.      How did it feel to be recording the conversation?
                   It's very hard to listen to the conversations especially I have to write it word by word.
2.    What insights did you gain about the way people speak?
         I followed them really close.
3.    How can you apply this to your writing?
         I wrote what this guy said to an another I even changed the words to make much understandable.
4.    How is personality and character revealed through conversation/dialogue?
            The personalties of both of them are just being curious about something then they change the topic
5.    What happens when more than two people participate in a conversation?
            It makes the conversation much interesting and complicated because it makes people confused depending what they are talking about.
6.    What was the most surprising thing you’ve learned about the way people converse?
         That people can switch topics fast enough or they can stick to one.
7.    What are the differences and similarities between written and spoken conversations?
Written conversations is when you started to write about something and spoken conversations is what we do everyday liking talki to people.         Writing conversations is easier because you can write them on your own or somebody?
    It's easier for me to talk to somebody because I want to hear the emotion of a person instead of writing it which it can make me really bored so it's better to have a real conversation.

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