2 LENGTHAPPROXIMATELY 10 MINUTES FOR EACH CANDIDATE WITH 5 MINUTES OF QUESTIONS FROM THE TEACHERYOU WILL BE EXPECTED TO WRITE A REFLECTION FOLLOWING YOU PRESENTATION. THIS MAY HELP JUSTIFY YOUR CONTENT.
3 DETAILSFurther oral activities are based on texts and topics from Parts 1 and 2 of the syllabus. The activity should be rooted in a primary sourceThe marks from the FOA performance count for 15% of the final grade.
4 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!
5 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.