Exemplar: Spoken Language Study
Jan06

Exemplar: Spoken Language Study

Alex’s Spoken Language study piece provides a good representation of what a student who is achieving higher grades needs to pursue to improve further. It’s also useful as a reference point for those working towards such grades. Here is his original work with teacher annotations. You can also visit his blog to see the process he underwent to achieve this outcome. GDE Error: Error retrieving file - if necessary turn off...

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Some interesting text facts
Oct22
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Some Thoughts on Planning
Oct18

Some Thoughts on Planning

Today we explored our planning further, investigating the extent to which people’s existing plans addressed the question, and proposing some advanced approaches. Everyone was reminded that this assessment demands that they respond to the proposition in the question and take a position in favour or against it. This means the essay will be an argument in favour of your point of view and should be developed to support that view....

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Homework: Plan your Answer
Oct16

Homework: Plan your Answer

Using the categories we defined in class today, tonights homework is to develop a plan outlining how you’re going to respond to the Controlled Assessment question Decide on your three strongest points in response to the proposition, and then list under each of these the categories of analysis and then some specific devices, like: 1) Spoken language is beginning to be influenced by text communication:  a) Language devices i)...

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Spoken Language Study: An exemplar of excellent work
Oct14

Spoken Language Study: An exemplar of excellent work

To follow is an example of what is possible in this assessment. Your question this year is different, however the topic area is the same. This will give you some idea of how the answer can be structured and developed. My comments should assist you to identify what the assessment criteria is looking for in this Controlled Assessment. GDE Error: Error retrieving file - if necessary turn off error checking (405:Method Not...

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Spoken Language Study: An exemplar of excellent work
Oct14

Spoken Language Study: An exemplar of excellent work

To follow is an example of what is possible in this assessment. Your question this year is different, however the topic area is the same. This will give you some idea of how the answer can be structured and developed. My comments should assist you to identify what the assessment criteria is looking for in this Controlled Assessment. GDE Error: Error retrieving file - if necessary turn off error checking (405:Method Not...

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