Poor PowerPoints. Dec 2011. Kindly contributed by Helen Redman, Tameside College. Search for Helen on www.skillsworkshop.org. Curriculum links This PPT covers many aspects of the E3, L1, L2 Functional Skills ICT criteria including Developing, presenting and communicating information.
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Dec 2011. Kindly contributed by Helen Redman, Tameside College.
Search for Helen on www.skillsworkshop.org
This PPT covers many aspects of the E3, L1, L2 Functional Skills ICT criteria including
Developing, presenting and communicating information.
E3.6 Enter and develop different types of information to meet given needs
E3.7 Bring together different types of information for a given purpose
L1.7 Enter and develop and refine information using appropriate software to meet the requirements of straightforward tasks
1.10 combine information within a publication for a familiar audience and purpose
1.11evaluate own use of ICT tools
2.6 Enter, develop and refine information using appropriate software to meet requirements of a complex task.
2.9 Combine and present information in ways that are fit for purpose and audience.
2.10 Evaluate the selection, use and effectiveness of ICT tools and facilities used to present information
Source:Ofqual (September 2011). Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry 3, Level 1 and Level 2 Functional Skills Criteria for ICT
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Don’t put too much writing in blocks. It can be really, really boring for people to read lots and lots of uninteresting text about nothing in particular and there isn’t really any point in writing about nothing and making someone read it and making them bored of reading it, is there? So don’t do it, at all, ever!
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