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CLB 1-12 Speaking

competencies and sample tasks

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CLB 1 Interacting with others Successful students will be able to use and respond to basic courtesy formulas and greetings. Greet the clerk at a local supermarket. (Hello, how are you?)
CLB 2 Giving Instructions Successful students will be able to give short, simple, common, routine instructions to a familiar person. Give polite positive or negative instructions or commands to a friend,co-worker, sales clerk or classmate. (Water the plants, ok? Come to my house. Please don’t do that!)
CLB 3 Getting Things Done Successful students will be able to make and respond to an expanding range of simple requests related to everyday activities; give an expanding range of simple warnings, apologies and cautions. Ask a friend to help move, organize a party, or house-sit. (Can you help me move? I really appreciate it. Will you water my plants? Can you do it?)
CLB 4 Sharing Information Successful students will be able to ask for and give information about needs and feelings related to common everyday activities. Give a brief description of a typical day at home or at work.
CLB 5 Interacting with others Successful students will be able to participate in basic social conversations for some everyday purposes (such as expressing feelings; making,accepting or declining invitations; and engaging in small talk). Engage in small talk,compliment the person and/or respond to a compliment. End the conversation appropriately.
CLB 6 Giving Instructions Successful students will be able to give sequential instructions and directions for everyday activities and processes. Give instructions for using a bank machine to a friend.(Sign the cheque before you put it in the envelope.)
CLB 7 Getting Things Done Successful students will be able to give extended warnings, suggestions, recommendations or advice. Use persuasive arguments to discourage someone from engaging in illegal or dangerous activities, such as drinking and driving or using drugs.
CLB 8 Sharing Information Successful students will be able to give presentations to describe and explain structures, systems or processes based on research. Give a researched presentation on a social system or political process for a class or course.
CLB 9 Interacting with others Successful students will be able to co-facilitate or contribute to discussions or debates in small formal groups. Interact with a group of volunteers to organize a community event.
CLB 10 Giving Instructions Successful students will be able to give complex instructions for some technical and nontechnical tasks, procedures and processes in somewhat demanding situations. Give extensive directions with complex navigational details on how to reach a location that is remote or difficult to identify.
CLB 11 Getting Things Done Successful students will be able to ask for, give and discuss detailed complex information to solve problems, make decisions,supervise, motivate or discipline someone or evaluate performance. As a supervisor, discuss an employee’s achievements in a formal performance evaluation with the employee.
CLB 12 Sharing Information Successful students will be able to ask for, give and discuss detailed complex information to advise, counsel or collaborate on complex projects. Counsel and support an individual in a personal,academic or work-related crisis.
Created by: StanzaSL
 

 



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