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''These are entries that I'm currently working on; they'll be moved to their own article name spaces once I've finished them. Feel free to make edits here if there is something that should be added.''
 
==SPOAC==
 
The '''SPOAC model''' is a pedagogically oriented [[tree diagram]] based model of [[sentence]] [[sentence analysis|analysis]] in which each node is marked in terms of both [[part of speech|form]] and [[syntactic function|function]]. In addition to sentence components being analyzed in terms of form and function, the sentence itself is marked in terms of its [[utterance function]] as well as its structural form.
 
 
===Comments===
 
The model operates with the following form and function labels:
 
{|{{prettytable
 
|'''Syntactic functions'''
 
|-
 
|'''[[S]]'''||[[subject]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[P]]'''||[[predicator]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[O]]'''||[[object]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[Od]]'''||[[direct object]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[Oi]]'''||[[Indirect object]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[A]]'''||[[adverbial]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[C]]'''||[[complement]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[Cs]]'''||[[subject complement]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[Co]]'''||[[object complement]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[CO]]'''||[[coordinator]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[CJT]]'''||[[conjoint]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[DEP]]'''/'''[[D]]'''||[[dependent]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[H]]'''||[[head]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[Ø]]'''||[[zero notation|zero]] function
 
|-
 
|'''[[X]]'''||[[stacking]] function
 
|-
 
|'''Utterance functions'''
 
|-
 
|'''[[STA]]'''||[[statement]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[QUE]]'''||[[question]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[COM]]'''/'''[[DIR]]'''||[[command]]/[[directive]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[EXC]]'''||[[exclamation]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[PER]]'''||[[performative]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[OPT]]'''||[[optative]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[CON]]'''||[[condition]]
 
|-
 
|'''Forms'''
 
|-
 
|'''[[n]]'''||[[noun]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[v]]'''||[[verb]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[adj]]'''||[[adjective]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[adv]]'''||[[adverb]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[art]]'''||[[article]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[pro]]'''||[[pronoun]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[prep]]'''||[[preposition]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[conj]]'''||[[conjunction]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[infm]]'''||[[infinitive marker]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[num]]'''||[[numeral]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[intj]]'''||[[interjection]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[cl]]'''||[[clause]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[g]]'''||[[group]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[cu]]'''/'''[[par]]'''||[[compound unit]]/[[paratagm]]
 
|-
 
|'''[[ø]]'''||Zero form
 
|-
 
|'''[[x]]'''||Stacking form
 
|}
 
 
===Origin===
 
The term "SPOAC" is an [[acronym]] derived from the five primary sentence functions in the model of analysys - namely, '''s'''ubject, '''p'''redicator, '''o'''bject, '''a'''dverbial and '''c'''omplement.
 
 
===References===
 
*Bache, Carl & Niels Davidsen-Nielsen. 1997. ''Mastering English: an Advanced Grammar for Non-native and Native Speakers''. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
 
*Bache, Carl, Mike Davenport, John Dienhart & Fritz Larsen. 1999. ''An Introduction to English Sentence Analysis''. 3rd ed. (1st ed. 1991). Copenhagen: Gyldendal.
 
*[http://visl.sdu.dk/ VISL: Visual Interactive Syntax Learning Project]
 

Revision as of 12:33, 6 July 2007

These are entries that I'm currently working on; they'll be moved to their own article name spaces once I've finished them. Feel free to make edits here if there is something that should be added.