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Essential Skills. Communication (the new and improved Key Skills). The tasks:. C3.1.3 (a) Take part in a formal discussion with two or more other people about a complex subject (twice)

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Essential skills

Essential Skills

Communication

(the new and improved Key Skills)


The tasks

The tasks:

  • C3.1.3 (a) Take part in a formal discussion with two or more other people about a complex subject (twice)

  • C3.1b- make a formal presentation of at least 8 (10 for WBQ) minutes using an image or other support material

  • C3.2- Read and synthesise information from at least two documents about the same subject (2x > 1,000 words)

  • C3.3 Write two different types of document, each giving different information about complex subjects (1>1,000 words)


C3 1a take part in a group conversation

Success criteria

Make clear and relevant contributions

Suit the purpose and audience

Respond sensitively to others

Develop points and ideas

Encourage others to contribute

Useful evidence

Minutes of group/ team meetings

Video?

Sound recording?

Notes made in preparation for the meeting

Photo

Copies of handouts

Witness statement

C3.1a- take part in a group conversation


C3 1b make a formal presentation of at least 8 10 minutes using an image or other support material

Success criteria

Speak clearly

Adapt presentation to audience and purpose

Structure what you say logically

Use an image or other support material

Present, rather than read the work

ADDRESSES THE AUDIENCE

Useful evidence

Video?

Sound recording?

Notes / prompt cards

Photo

Copies of handouts

Notes from the assessor/ witness statement

C3.1b- make a formal presentation of at least 8 (10) minutes using an image or other support material.


C3 2 read and synthesise information from at least two documents about the same subject 1 000words

Success criteria

Select and read relevant documents

Identify and compare the main points, ideas and lines of reasoning

Present your own interpretation, bringing together information from different documents

Useful evidence

copies of the documents read, showing what was used through use of highlighter, scribbles in the margin

The notes made from the documents to prepare for a further task

A bibliography

C3.2- Read and synthesise information from at least two documents about the same subject (≥ 1,000words)


C3 3 write two different types of document each giving different information about complex subjects

Success Criteria

One document is ≥ 1,000words

Use an appropriate style and format for the purpose

Organise coherently

Accurate spelling/ grammar/ punctuation

The meaning is clear

Subject matter is complex/ sensitive/ abstract

Useful Evidence

Copies of the documents (one with an image)

A description of the background to the documents

C3.3 Write two different types of document, each giving different information about complex subjects.


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  • Remember-

    • Reading can be prep for writing or oral tasks

    • One written piece can be the investigation

    • Presentation can be about the investigation

      Ask your teachers about opportunities you will have during the year.


Remember

Remember!

  • Essential Skills Communications = 20 UCAS points when you apply OR part of WBQ for 120 points

  • It is PROOF that you are competent in these skills

  • It will be hard evidence to show to an employer


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