Course details for ENA215114 English Applied
|Size ||15 credit points|
|Demonstrates TCE literacy standard||YES|
|Demonstrates TCE numeracy standard||NO|
|Demonstrates TCE ICT standard||NO|
|Replaces the course||ENA215109||English Applied is designed to consolidate and refine the skills and knowledge needed by learners to become confident, competent and engaged users of English in many contexts including everyday individual, community, and workplace contexts. This course is designed to provide students with the skills that will empower them to succeed in a wide range of post-secondary pathways. This course will develop learners' language and literacy skills to enable them to communicate successfully, both orally and in writing. These skills will also allow them to enjoy and use language for practical purposes, and for leisure and pleasure.|
Students comprehend, analyse, interpret and evaluate the content, structure and style of a wide variety of oral, written and multimodal texts, including literary, digital and media texts. Students learn how the interaction of structure, language, audience and context helps to shape different points of view and perspectives. Both independently and collaboratively, they apply their knowledge to create texts in different modes and mediums.