Course Title: Analyse, recall and reproduce source messages (LOTE)
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term1 2012
Course Code: LANG5765C
Course Title: Analyse, recall and reproduce source messages (LOTE)
School: 365T Global Studies, Soc Sci & Plng
Campus: City Campus
Program: C6111 - Advanced Diploma of Interpreting
Course Contact : Miranda Lai
Course Contact Phone: +(61 3) 9925 3523
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Nominal Hours: 30
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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
This unit covers skills and knowledge required to analyse the meaning of a source language message and to reproduce the message in the same language, applying strategies to support retention and recall. It will will be delivered in a cluster with the following unit:
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
PSPTIS510A Analyse, recall and reproduce source messages (LOTE)
1. Analyse source messages.
2. Recall source messages.
3. Reproduce source messages.
1.1 Attend to source messages and make adjustments to assist concentration and comprehension
1.2 Analyse discourse and speaker’s strategies to predict discourse direction.
1.3 Determine key information and relationships between linguistic and non-linguistic elements in the message.
1.4 Identify factors affecting the meaning of the message
1.5 Identify structural aspects of the discourse.
1.6 Use effective strategies to support message retention and recollection.
2.1 Use a range of encoding strategies to retain and ensure the accuracy of information.
2.2 Manage discourse to ensure the quality and reliability of recall.
2.3 Review key information and relationships in source message.
2.4 Analyse notes for usefulness in recollection of messages.
2.5 Resolve problems of understanding and recall and seek clarification in a sensitive manner.
3.1 Retrieve messages in a timely manner.
3.2 Reproduce messages accurately, maintaining the logical sequence and communicative intent.
3.3 Use a range of techniques to track reproduced information.
3.4 Assess effectiveness of strategies used
Details of Learning Activities
Learning activities may include comprehension exercises, note-taking practice, reproduction exercises. Some of these activities may be incorporated into the dialogue and monologue interpreting
The teaching schedule will be provided by the teacher during the first week of the semester..
Practical English Usage by Michael Swan, published by Oxford University Press , 2005
Overview of Assessment
Assessment will be ongoing during the semester and you will be asked a variety of assessment tasks and activities to assess your level of competence against key performance criteria.
These assessment tasks/activities include, but not limited to, the following:
- Practical demonstrations
- Observation checklists
- Peer review
- Video/audio recordings
Assessment task 1: Ongoing class observation with a checklist (elements 1-3)
Assessment 2: Practical demonstration in class of analyse and recall strategies (elements 1-2)
Assessment task 3: You will be asked to listen to a LOTE passage, equivalent to approx. 150 English words and analyse, recall and reproduce in the LOTE language. This activitity will be undertaken and assessed in the unit titled Interpret in complex monologue settings. (Elements 1-3). This task will be used for grading purposes.
Assessment task 4: You will be asked to listen to an English passage, of approx. 150 English words and analyse, recall and reproduce in the English language. (Elements 1-3) . This task will be used for grading purposes.
Relevant matrices for each assessment will be available on Blackboard.
CHD - Competent with High Distinction
CDI - Competent with Distinction
CC - Competent with Credit
CP - Competent with Pass
NYC - Not Yet Competent
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