Course Title: Intermediate listening and speaking skills for presenting information

Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term1 2012

Course Code: GEDU5487

Course Title: Intermediate listening and speaking skills for presenting information

School: 360T Education

Campus: Brunswick Campus

Program: C3211 - Certificate III in Spoken and Written English

Course Contact : Jennifer Chamberlain

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 9476

Course Contact

Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff

Nominal Hours: 60

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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites


Course Description

This module covers the skills required to understand spoken information texts that are predominantly monologic.

National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

National Element Code & Title:

CSWEIIIE Intermediate listening and speaking skills for presenting information


Deliver a short spoken presentation

Performance Criteria:

1.1 identify topic

1.2 Identify main ideas

1.3 Identify specific information which supports of elaborates on main ideas, eg supporting statements, facts, arguments


demonstrate understanding of a spoken informationtext/oral presentation/media interview

Performance Criteria:

2.1 Deliver a wel structured, coherent oral presentation of 3-6 minutes duration

2.2 Use appropriated staging eg. talk is structured with clear sequence of introduction, content and conclusion

2.3 Deliver clear facts, statements or viewpoint with substantiation as required

2.4 Link main ideas in talk logically and cohesively

2.5 Respond to question appropriately

2.6 Use visual aids to support presentation approriately, if required

2.7 Use appropriate grammatical structures, eg structure phrases and clauses to reflect appropriate level of formality

2.8 Use appropriate vocabulary

2.9 Pronounce key vocabulary and utterances with sufficient sound clarity and stress to be intelligible to the interlocutor

2.10 Use pausing, stress and intonation to communicate meaning

Learning Outcomes

The outcomes described in this unit relate to:
Performance criteria of 2 learning outcomes
The ISLPR (International Second Language Proficiency Ratings) descriptors 1+-2

Details of Learning Activities

Evidence may be gathered through. eg.

  • verbal and/or written questioning
  • learner documents
  • checklists
  • teacher observation
  • audio and/video recordings to assess performance

Teaching Schedule

This is a 20 week program:
Program Dates: 30 January -28 June 2012
Term break: Fri 30 March -Fri 13 April, 2012

Public holidays: Mon 12 March (Labour Day), Fri 6 April (Good Friday)Wed 25 April (ANZAC DAY) Mon 11 June 2012 (Queen’s Birthday)
Your program is made up of:
• Orientation
• Learning activities
• Guest speakers
• Excursions

All students will be inducted. The induction includes
AMEP handbook outlining student rights and responsibilities, grievance procedure and services information about student services, rights and responsibilities is contained in student diary.
Orientation to RMIT Libraries (library tour & on line catalogue introduction) and campus facilities

Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts


Other Resources


There are no set texts in this course learning materials are provided by the teachers
but it is recommended that you bring
• Display folder with plastic sleeves
• Notebook or loose leaf paper
Writing materials

Overview of Assessment

This course is part of a full-time integrated program. Learner performance is assessed against specific criteria that describe a standard of performance. The criteria allows the learner to participate actively in the assessment process. The learner is given as many opportunities as practicable to achieve each outcome.
Learner is clearly informed that assessment is taking place and feedback on performance is given for each assessment.
If you have a long term medical condition and/or disability it may be possible to negotiate to vary aspects of the learning or assessment methods. You can contact the program coordinator or the Disability Liaison Unit if you would like to find out more.

An assessment charter ( summarises your responsibilities as an RMIT student as well as those of your teachers.
Your courses assessment conforms to RMIT assessment principles, regulations, policies and procedures which are described and referenced in a single document:;ID=ln1kd66y87rc

Assessment Tasks

Assessment may be gathered through

  • verbal and/or written questioning
  • learner documents
  • checklists
  • teacher observation
  • audio and/video recordings to assess performance

Assessment Matrix

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