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CLB 9-12

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CLB 9 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand complex multistep directions and instructions for familiar procedures. Follow Revenue Canada’s telephone instructions on how to complete a financial report or a tax form properly.
CLB 9 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand main intent and some implied meanings in complex communication between speakers with varying roles and relationships. Listen to a manager talking about company lay-offs to predict what will happen.
CLB 9 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand complex and extended communication intended to influence, persuade or inform significant decisions (such as proposals, suggestions or recommendations for solving problems). Listen to a conversation between several colleagues in which advice is given to summarize the nature of the advice.
CLB 9 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand complex, extended discussions between several speakers; extensive lectures or presentations. Listen to a podcast for academic or work-related information to decide whether to research the issue further.
CLB 10 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand complex communication to identify attitudes,emotions, motivations and intentions. Listen to a manager handling a customer complaint to identify moods, attitudes and intentions.
CLB 10 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand complex multistep directions and instructions for less-familiar procedures in some urgent or demanding situations. Follow complex, multistep instructions for creating and conducting a survey for a research study.
CLB 10 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand content, values and assumptions in communication intended to influence or persuade. Listen to evaluate an academic argument in which the speaker tries to persuade the audience with evidence from research.
CLB 10 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand complex expository or argumentative exchanges or discussions between several speakers; extensive lectures or presentations. As part of a hiring committee, evaluate the interviews of 4 candidates for an entry-level position. Select the best person for the job.
CLB 11 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand propositionally and linguistically complex communication between diverse speakers to resolve conflicts, build consensus and negotiate compromise. Listen and respond to a classmate or a colleague's accusations about not contributing to a team assignment.
CLB 11 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand complex multistep directions and instructions for unfamiliar procedures in urgent or demanding situations. Follow multistep instructions to resolve a complex engineering problem from a technical support worker on the phone.
CLB 11 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand the nuances and subtleties of communication intended to influence or persuade across a broad variety of general interest, academic and technical topics in own field. Listen to a radio discussion about a current event to decide whether all sides of the discussion have been presented and which position is best supported.
CLB 11 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand complex, detailed and specialized discussions between several speakers; complex, detailed and extensive lectures or presentations. Listen to a series of proposals from staff concerning the need to modernize a company’s approach to summarize the information and inform the CEO.
CLB 12 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand the nuances and subtleties of propositionally and linguistically complex communication between diverse speakers Listen to a parliamentary or legislative proceeding and its related media commentaries to identify examples of sarcasm, criticism and disrespect.
CLB 12 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand and evaluate detailed, extensive oral instructions in a broad range of situations. Listen to evaluate a workplace instructional video (such as a training video on a complex work-related procedure) for logical accuracy and clarity, and to provide suggestions for improvement.
CLB 12 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand the nuances and subtleties of communication intended to influence or persuade across a wide range of contexts, whether familiar or unfamiliar,including academic, workplace and community. Listen to an all-candidates’ debate during an election campaign to analyze and evaluate arguments presented by each candidate and determine which candidate to vote for.
CLB 12 (Listening) Successful students will be able to critically evaluate complex, detailed and specialized discussions, interviews or formal debates, complex, detailed and extensive lectures or presentations. Evaluate the points of speeches and debates of political candidates during an election campaign to make choices as a voter.
Created by: StanzaSL