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Interpret and use information from text

Interpret and use information from text


Interpret and use information from text1

P&P4FM

Understand specific texts

P&P4FM

Author’s intent and techniques

P&P4FM

Responding to text

Interpret and use information from text

Modules

Topics

Notional Hours

9

9

9

13

4

6

50

BF407.01Using strategies to understand the literal meaning of specific texts

BF407.02Identifying the source, reliability and possible bias of text

BF407.03Understanding the importance of the author’s intent

BF407.04Understanding author’s techniques

BF407.05 Understanding the appropriate response to text

BF407.06 Understanding language structure and features and how it may

influence the reader

Total Notional Hours


Interpret and use information from text

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development

US: 8969Interpret and use information from text

BF407.01

Using strategies to understand the literal meaning of specific texts

Be able to identify the usage of visuals or graphics in text and explain their purpose

Understand the fact that texts are often structured in such a way that the main ideas are separated from the supporting evidence and paraphrased or summarised

Be able to list some words in the workplace that are ambiguous and could be misunderstood

Be able to identify borrowed words, acronyms, colloquialisms, jargon, slang in text and explain their usage

Understand that some words are ambiguous and that their meanings should be tested and in relation to context

Be able to identify unfamiliar words and and how to determine their meanings through use of contextual clues, syntax and word-attack skills


Topic specification bf407 01 using strategies to understand the literal meaning of specific texts

Notional Hours

9

Topic Specification: BF407.01 Using strategies to understand the literal meaning of specific texts

Learning Activities

Assignment Description

Topic assessment criteria

Use Multi media

WHAT

  • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners:

  • Are able to demonstrate the ability to read and view specific text and to correctly interpret their literal meaning

  • Are able to develop skills to search for the literal meaning of words, visuals and graphics in texts and justify these interpretations by referencing detailed evidence in the text.

  • Are able to identify ambiguous words in the workplace

  • Individual and group exercise. Do self study to determine the literal meaning of specific texts. In a group, compare and discuss differences of interpretation and develop strategies to correctly determine meaning of words

Self Study

Plant investigation

Collect Information

Media search

Interview experts

Attend lectures

HOW

Group Discussions

  • Individually study a specific work related text.

  • 2. Identify unfamiliar words, and use acquired skills to determine the meaning of these words, listing them.

  • 3. Compare and discuss the words and their meanings from the individual studies and note any differences in interpretations in the group

  • In small groups discuss these differences of interpretations and develop strategies to correctly determine the meanings of words

  • Present these strategies to the rest of the other groups

  • In a group make a list of all the ambiguous words that may cause misunderstanding

Sketch

Case studies

Analyse, plan and make decisions

Use checklists/lists

Develop strategies

Job assignment

Make presentation

Complete documents

Execute, test and evaluate

Draft a report

Complete a questionnaire


Interpret and use information from text

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development

US: 8969Interpret and use information from text

BF407.02

Identifying the source, reliability and possible bias of text

Be able to list examples of texts or documents that have a particular bias and are not reliable sources to use in the workplace

Be able to determine the reliability and possible bias of the text

Be able to identify the source of the texts

Know how to cross- reference and find substantiating documentation

Understand the importance of determining the source of text and their possible bias

Understand the different categories of text (mass media)


Topic specification bf407 02 identifying the source reliability and possible bias of text

Notional Hours

9

Topic Specification: BF407.02 Identifying the source, reliability and possible bias of text

Learning Activities

Assignment Description

Topic assessment criteria

Use Multi media

WHAT

  • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners:

  • Are able to understand the importance of exposing unreliable text/documents and responding only to reliable text

  • Are able to apply skills to determine the source and implicit meaning of work related texts to avoid misunderstanding and impact on the ability to maintain and improve process stability

  • A individual exercise to study specific work related texts and to supply substantiating documentation to prove reliability of the text

Self Study

Plant investigation

Collect Information

Media search

Interview experts

Attend lectures

HOW

Group Discussions

  • Individually study a variety of work related text.

  • Identify the author, source, validity and date of the document and compile a list of the documents deemed reliable

  • Find other sources that can substantiate the reliability of the source of the text and list them

  • In a group discuss the documents that were unreliable and what influence these documents could have if they had been regarded as reliable

  • Answer questions about specific biases in text and develop recommendations on how to respond to these biases

Sketch

Case studies

Analyse, plan and make decisions

Compile lists

Develop recommendations

Job assignment

Make presentation

Complete documents

Execute, test and evaluate

Draft a report

Complete a questionnaire/questions


Interpret and use information from text

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development

US: 8969Interpret and use information from text

BF407.03

Understanding the importance of the author’s intent

Be able to explain the definitions of objectivity and bias

Be able to look for as clues to the author’s attitude and beliefs

Be able to give examples of implicit messages in a specific text

Be able to identify and explain the author’s purpose or goal with the writing

Be able to distinguish between fact and opinion

Understand the need to explore the author’s attitude, beliefs and intentions to determine the point of view expressed (directly or indirectly)

Know how to explore the author’s beliefs and attitude that determine the intention of the writing


Topic specification bf407 03 understanding the importance of the author s intent

Notional Hours

9

Topic Specification: BF407.03 Understanding the importance of the author’s intent

Learning Activities

Assignment Description

Topic assessment criteria

Use Multi media

WHAT

  • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners:

  • Are able to demonstrate the ability to determine the author’s intent in text

  • Are able to understand that the author’s beliefs and attitude have both a direct and implicit influence on the point of view expressed

  • Are able to develop skills to determine the beliefs, attitude and intent of authors

  • Are able to recognise the direct and indirect point of view expressed by an author

  • A group exercise to study written text with the purpose of identifying the author’s beliefs, attitude and intent with the writing

Group Study

Plant investigation

Collect Information

Media search

Interview experts

Attend lectures

HOW

Group Discussions

  • In small groups study a specific text. Endeavor to identify the author beliefs, attitude and intent

  • Determine the point of view of the author and list substantiating evidence from the text

  • Compare the conclusions of each group and draw inferences from these conclusions

  • Present your findings to the group

Sketch

Case studies

Analyse, plan and make decisions

Compile lists

Develop recommendations

Job assignment

Make presentation

Complete documents

Execute, test and evaluate

Draft a report

Complete a questionnaire


Interpret and use information from text

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development

US: 8969Interpret and use information from text

BF407.04

Understanding author’s techniques

Be able to identify the particular line of thought or cause of the author by studying the omission or selection of materials

Know what to look for as clues to the author’s intent by studying the choice of words, the use of figurative language, length of sentences, punctuations and other techniques

Understand that choice of camera angle, type of shot and cinematographic techniques are techniques used by the “author’s” to influence the point of view and reach a certain audience

Be able to identify the author’s intended audience by studying which writing techniques where applied

Be able to identify certain authors techniques such as irony, humor, satire, sarcasm, etc. and explain their purpose

Understand the existence of techniques used by authors to reach and influence different audiences


Topic specification bf407 04 understanding author s techniques

Notional Hours

13

Topic Specification: BF407.04 Understanding author’s techniques

Learning Activities

Assignment Description

Topic assessment criteria

Use Multi media

WHAT

  • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners:

  • Are able to demonstrate the ability to identify the techniques used by author’s to reach a purpose and audience

  • Ability to extract the purpose and the intended audience from text or visuals

  • Develop skills to evaluate the effectiveness of using different techniques for different audiences

An individual and group exercise to study a visual advertisement with the purpose of identifying the author’s intended audience and the effectiveness of the techniques applied

Self Study

Plant investigation

Collect Information

Media search

Interview experts

Attend lectures

HOW

Group Discussions

  • Individually choose three “good” and three “bad” TV adverts. Prepare a list to explain your observations regarding the targeted audience and effectiveness of the ads and discuss it in groups. Compare the conclusions and explore the differences focusing on the intended audience

  • Each group designs it own basic one minute advertisement applying the techniques learned on a specified product and video tape it

  • View these advertisement. Determine whether the opposing group could identify the audience it was intended for and the purpose

Sketch

Case studies

Analyse, plan and make decisions

Compile lists

Develop recommendations

Job assignment

Make presentation

Complete documents

Execute, test and evaluate

Draft a report

Complete a questionnaire


Interpret and use information from text

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development

US: 8969Interpret and use information from text

BF407.05

Understanding the appropriate response to text

Be able to use the correct level of formality when responding to instructions with specific reference to format, text-type, and register used

Be able to respond to the instructions and requests in the appropriate manner

Be able to identify instructions and requests in text


Topic specification bf407 05 understanding the appropriate response to text

Notional Hours

4

Topic Specification: BF407.05 Understanding the appropriate response to text

Learning Activities

Assignment Description

Topic assessment criteria

Use Multi media

WHAT

  • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners:

  • Are able to act upon requests and instructions in the appropriate manner

  • Are able to choose the correct levels of response to requests and instructions in the work place

An individual exercise to study a written instruction and request and respond appropriately

Self Study

Plant investigation

Collect Information

Media search

Interview experts

Attend lectures

HOW

Group Discussions

  • Individually study a specific work related instruction and request.

  • Indicate the response that would be appropriate to these documents

  • Answer questions about specific formats, text-type etc. that would be appropriate

  • Design your own instruction regarding a work related matter, distribute it to the group and analyse the response from the group and determine if it was appropriate to the request

  • Make the necessary recommendations and present your findings to the group

Sketch/Design

Case studies

Analyse, plan and make decisions

Compile lists

Develop recommendations

Job assignment

Make presentation

Complete documents

Execute, test and evaluate

Draft a report

Complete a questionnaire


Interpret and use information from text

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development

US: 8969Interpret and use information from text

BF407.06

Understanding language structures and features and how it may influence the reader

Be able to explain the impact of certain structure, layout and grammar on the point of view

Understand how language structure, symbols, choice of words, pictures etc. can support or shape a point of view

Be able to list some biased words commonly used in the workplace

Be able to recognisebiased and dated language in text


Interpret and use information from text

Notional Hours

6

Topic Specification: BF407.06Understanding language structures and features and how it may influencethe reader

Learning Activities

Assignment Description

Topic assessment criteria

Use Multi media

WHAT

A group exercise studying newspaper headings and cartoons to determine the influence of language structure and images. A individual exercise studying workplace documents for bias.

  • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners:

  • Are able to demonstrate the ability to recognise that language structures and features may influence a reader

  • Are able to explain the features of language which support or shape a point of view

Self/Group Study

Plant investigation

Collect Information

Media search

Interview experts

Attend lectures

HOW

Group Discussions

  • Each group studies the same newspaper headings and cartoons. Discuss the views derived from the cartoons and headings. Compare the impact made by these and indicate which point of view the author is trying to shape or support.

  • Individually study workplace documents and underline any outdated or biased (racial, sexist, cultural, religious) words found.

  • Analyse the point of view created by these words and answer questions about you conclusions

Sketch

Case studies

Analyse, plan and make decisions

Compile lists

Make conclusions

Job assignment

Make presentation

Complete documents

Execute, test and evaluate

Draft a report

Complete a questionnaire/questions


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