This course helps students produce and evaluate examples of spoken and written communication. The SQA unit is commonly known as Communication 4.
Throughout this unit you will:
You will study this course during a weekly 2 hour evening class over approximately 26 weeks.
The candidate would normally be expected to have achieved Communication at SCQF Level 5.
This is a 2-credit SQA unit.
The course covers the following topic areas:
Analysing and evaluating non-fiction written texts such as newspaper articles.
Writing complex non-fiction texts in different formats
Analysing and evaluating spoken communication, such as television documentaries and group discussions
Taking part in group debates
Presenting information verbally in the form of a short talk or interview
Communication (NC) is taught as an evening class. The sessions are classroom based, and are attended by students from a variety of Argyll College local centres. Some students will dial in to the classroom based sessions using the video conferencing software.
Classroom sessions will include a variety of activities including individual work, group activities, whole class discussions and tutorials with your tutor.
Communication (NC) is appropriate for students who need to interpret, analyse and convey complex written and oral information. It may be combined with the Unit FA58 12 Literature 1 as a course of study. . Throughout the course, if you have problems with any of the exercises, or difficulties in understanding the course, you are encourage to get in contact with your tutor. Your tutor is there to help you with any problems, however small.
Completion of the course will require approximately 80 hours of study.
Please contact your local centre for more details on the course start date.
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This course is appropriate for those who need to interpret, analyse and convey complex written and oral information. It may be combined with the Literature 1 unit (FA48 12), which is studied as an open learning course. The combination of Communication at Higher level and Literature 1 can be used as an equivalent to English Higher as an entry qualification for some HN and Degree courses.
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To enrol, or for further information on this course, please contact your local Argyll College Centre
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