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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 Responses to the ways others express themselves are sensitive to differing socio-cultural contexts.
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.
2.4 Visual aids are appropriate to topic and context, and enhance the presentation and the transfer of information and understanding.
3.3 The implications of how the choice of language structures and features, specifically tone, register, style and point of view affect audience interpretations of spoken/signed texts are explained.
US 119457 Interpret and use information from texts
Module 1: 1. Use a range of reading and/or viewing strategies to understand the literal meaning of specific texts. 9 Lessons
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1.1 Unfamiliar words/signs are identified. Their meanings are correctly determined by using knowledge of syntax, word-attack skills/sign parameter/analysis skills, and contextual clues.
1.2 Different options for the meanings of ambiguous words are tested, and selected meanings are correct in relation to the context.
2.3 Promotion of, or support for, a particular line of thought/cause is identified and explained with reference to selection or omission of materials.
US 119467 Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes
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1.2 Learning resources are used effectively and managed through appropriate selection and cross-referencing of information and acknowledgement of sources.
5.2 Responsibilities in the team are taken up and group work conventions are applied in learning situations.
US 119465 Write/present/sign texts for a range of communicative contexts
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1.4.The purpose for writing/signing, the target audience and the context are clear in relation to the learning task or activity.
1.6. Language appropriate to socio-cultural sensitivities is selected and used in an appropriate manner without compromising own values or arguments.
2.1. Use language structures and features to produce coherent and cohesive texts for a wide range of contexts.
2.2 The use of paragraph conventions and links between paragraphs in texts, promotes coherence and cohesion in writing/signing. Their use is explained with reference to logical progression, cause and effect and/or contrast.
2.3 The overall structure of a piece of writing/signing is controlled and the conclusion is clearly formulated.