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A-level English Language Media Text

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    Hi everyone,

    I'm in desperate need of some help here. I've just completed my language investigation which was based on "Language change from old to new scientific textbooks"

    We have now started to look at media texts and I am struggling for ideas about what I could do. Can I do any text on language change or does it have to have some link
    to scientific textbooks? I was thinking of writing a newspaper/magazine article in the style of the daily mail as I found an interesting article on how the internet is changing language and words like "on fleek" are more current now compared to the text speak such as "gr8" which is becoming more irrelevant to todays society?

    Is this idea relevant and could i replicate the article In found using a similar question and structure?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...nderstand.html

    PLEASE HELP ME!!

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