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FURTHER ORAL ACTIVITY. LENGTH . APPROXIMATELY 10 MINUTES FOR EACH CANDIDATE WITH 5 MINUTES OF QUESTIONS FROM THE TEACHER YOU WILL BE EXPECTED TO WRITE A REFLECTION FOLLOWING YOU PRESENTATION. THIS MAY HELP JUSTIFY YOUR CONTENT. DETAILS.

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length
LENGTH
  • APPROXIMATELY 10 MINUTES FOR EACH CANDIDATE WITH 5 MINUTES OF QUESTIONS FROM THE TEACHER
  • YOU WILL BE EXPECTED TO WRITE A REFLECTION FOLLOWING YOU PRESENTATION. THIS MAY HELP JUSTIFY YOUR CONTENT.
details
DETAILS
  • Further oral activities are based on texts and topics from Parts 1 and 2 of the syllabus. The activity should be rooted in a primary source
  • The marks from the FOA performance count for 15% of the final grade.
purpose
PURPOSE!
  • The further oral activities are intended to address the relationship between language, meaning and context.
  • The examination of a particular interpretation of a text or event will demonstrate how language has created meaning for society!
how do you get your mark
How do you get your mark?
  • show knowledge and understanding of meaning created in the text(s) and the subject chosen?
  • show understanding of the way language is used to create meaning?
  • an appreciation of how language and style is used to particular effect in the text?
  • the oral activity is effectively organized; the structure is coherent and effective.
  • the language is mostly clear and appropriate, with an adequate degree of accuracy in grammar and sentence construction; the register and style are mostly appropriate to the oral activity.
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examples
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