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US 119472 Accommodate audience and context needs in oral communication
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1.1 Contributions to group work are appropriate to the task and nature of the group, and promote effective communication and teamwork.
1.2 Interviews successfully establish a relationship appropriate to the context, and provide a non-threatening opportunity for participants to share information.
1.3 Participation in formal meetings is appropriate to the purpose and context of the meeting. Participation is consistent with meeting procedures and contributes to the achievement of meeting objectives.
1.4 Participation in discussions, debates or negotiations is appropriate to the purpose and topic. Participation is consistent with the formality of procedures and contributes to meaningful interaction between participants.
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2.1 Key words/signs, pace and pause, stress, volume and intonation or sign size, pace, rhythm and non-manual features (NMFs) are used in appropriate ways to reinforce the message.
2.2 Body language is appropriate to context and topic, and reinforces main ideas and points of view.
2.3 Formal communications are planned in writing/signing, and plans are detailed, complete, and realistic with respect to time allocation and content.
US 119462 Engage in sustained oral communication and evaluate spoken texts
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1.1 Responses show a clearly developed understanding of complex issues under discussion in one-on-one or group situations.
1.2 Discussions and/or conflicts are managed sensitively and in a manner that supports the goal of group or one-on-one interaction.
1.3 Characteristics of a speaker`s/signer`s style and tone/register that attract or alienate an audience are identified with reference to the particular effect of each feature in creating audience response.
1.4. Own responses to spoken/signed texts are analysed in relation to audience, purpose and context. Inappropriate responses are identified and adjusted accordingly. .
1.5. Tone/register, approach or style is appropriate to context, and is adapted to maintain oral/signed interaction when it breaks down or is difficult to initiate or maintain. Pedantic, illogical or aggressive language is identified and modified to sustain interaction.
1.7. The impact of non-verbal cues/body language and signals on audiences is analysed and used appropriately.
US 119459 Write/present/sign for a wide range of contexts
US 119469 Read, view, analyse and respond to a variety of texts
Module 1: 1. Critically analyse texts produced for a range of purposes, audiences and contexts. 6 Lessons
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1.2 Organisational features of texts are identified. The role of each of the features is explained in relation to usefulness in making meaning of readings and/or viewing.
1.3 Synthesis of information from texts, and generalisation of patterns and trends, result in appropriate conclusions about purpose, audience and context.