A series of Unfamiliar Texts activities in preparation for this year’s examination. AS91100: Analyse significant aspects of unfamiliar written text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence. 4 Credits
Select your job from the list on the MAC job site Task: [google-drive-embed url=”https://drive.google.com/a/edutronic.net/file/d/1AYqd29ywraPImKlspIigiMlm-8zORIn8/preview?usp=drivesdk” title=”Say It Straight – 2.4 Application Letter – Chris Waugh.pdf” icon=”https://drive-thirdparty.googleusercontent.com/16/type/application/pdf” width=”100%” height=”800″ style=”embed”] Structure: CV Template: Your Name Industrial Designer …
A longitudinal project that encourages you to read widely and extensively and to make thoughtful and insightful observations about the connections you make between what you read, your own experience, the world around us and other texts. You can present your findings as a blog entry, a podcast, a class presentation or a vlog.
Today we explored live spoken conversation – and generating our own transcripts. Watch this short video excerpt (from the film “FIT”) and try to write your own transcript of the conversation. SAMPLE TRANSCRIPT:
Choosing Say it Straight as your English programme for Level 2 means that, while you may not have achieved the best in Eng- lish over the years, you are ready to accept the challenge of the Level 2 programme and step up. This programme will explore way English can be used to empower and influence. You’re not here to study English for the sake of it, you’re acquiring a set of skills that you will immediately put to use in life. You will be asked to challenge yourself, take risks and show ambition.