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CLB 5-8

CLB competences and sample tasks.

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CLB 5 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand the gist and some details in moderately complex common and predictable social exchanges (that may express interests, likes, dislikes, preferences, offers, invitations and compliments). Listen to a co-worker, friend or classmate's likes and dislikes regarding the organization of an upcoming social event to respond and contribute ideas.
CLB 5 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand simple to moderately complex directions and instructions for generally familiar and relevant procedures. Follow directions on using public transit given over the phone.
CLB 5 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand the gist and some details in moderately complex communication intended to influence or persuade (such as simple advice, opinion or suggestions) in everyday personally relevant situations. Listen to a public announcement in a mall or department store about a special offer to decide whether or not to take the offer.
CLB 5 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand information about familiar or relevant topics; descriptive or narrative monologues or presentations related to everyday, personally relevant topics or situations. Listen to a short explanation from a bank teller about different accounts to determine the advantages and disadvantages of each.
CLB 6 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand common social exchanges (such as openings and closings, making and cancelling of appointments, apologies, regrets, excuses, and problems in reception and communication). Listen and respond to a friend’s reason for cancelling a dinner date.
CLB 6 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand moderately complex directions and instructions for technical or non-technical tasks. Follow instructions on how to treat a burn or stop bleeding from a medical practitioner on the phone (such as a health information line).
CLB 6 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand moderately complex communication intended to influence or persuade (such as suggestions, advice, encouragements and requests) in everyday, personally relevant situations. Listen to 3 commercials for exercise equipment to decide which would be the most useful piece of equipment to buy.
CLB 6 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand short group interactions and discussions on familiar topics; descriptive or narrative monologues or presentations on generally familiar and relevant topics. Listen to a presentation on nutrition given by a registered dietician to get information about healthy food choices.
CLB 7 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand moderately complex social exchanges (such as expressions of and responses to gratitude, hopes, complaints, disappointment, satisfaction, dissatisfaction, approval and disapproval. Listen and respond to a complaint from a friend, colleague or classmate and determine the nature of the complaint and the speaker’s mood and attitude.
CLB 7 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand moderately complex directions and instructions for technical or non-technical tasks. Listen to a safety expert describe procedures for handling dangerous materials in the workplace to determine appropriate action.
CLB 7 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand moderately complex communication intended to influence or persuade (such as requests, reminders, orders and pleas) in situations related to personal or general experiences. Listen to a detailed reminder to complete a specific series of workplace tasks before a deadline.
CLB 7 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand short group interactions, discussions and meetings on generally familiar topics; monologues or presentations about personal experiences, general knowledge or familiar work-related topics. Listen to information about Canada and make inferences about the characteristics of Canadian culture in comparison to other cultures.
CLB 8 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand moderately complex social exchanges such as expressions of and responses to gratitude, complaints, satisfaction, dissatisfaction, approval, disapproval, condolences and congratulations.
CLB 8 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand
CLB 8 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand communication intended to influence or persuade (such as extended warnings, threats, suggestions, recommendations and proposed solutions) in situations related to personal decisions.
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