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90053 Produce formal writing

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90053 Produce formal writing

Number Version Page 1 of 2 AS90053 4

    Achievement Standard

Subject Reference English 1.5

    Title Produce formal writing

    Level Credits Assessment 1 3 Internal

    Subfield English

    Domain English Written Language

    Status Status date Registered 17 December 2010

    Planned review date Date version published 31 December 2014 17 December 2010

    This achievement standard involves drafting, reworking and presenting of at least one piece of formal writing.

Achievement Criteria

Achievement Achievement with Merit Achievement with

    Excellence

    ; Develop and structure ; Develop and structure ; Develop and structure

    ideas in formal writing. ideas convincingly in ideas effectively in formal

    formal writing. writing.

    ; Use language features ; Use language features ; Use language features

    appropriate to audience appropriate to audience appropriate to audience

    and purpose in formal and purpose with control in and purpose with control to

    writing. formal writing. command attention in

    formal writing.

Explanatory Notes

    1 This achievement standard is derived from the Level 6 Creating Meaning strand

    [writing] and related achievement objectives in the English learning area of The New

    Zealand Curriculum, Learning Media, Ministry of Education, 2007, and is related to

    the material in the Teaching and Learning Guide for English, Ministry of Education,

    2011.

    2 Formal writing text types at this level may include reports, commentaries, text reviews,

    (auto) biographical profiles, articles, expository essays, digital text forms and other

    appropriate formal writing text types. Students are required to draft, rework and

    present at least one piece of formal writing that expresses ideas, information and/or

    opinions.

     New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2012

Number Version Page 2 of 2 AS90053 4

    3 Ideas may include facts, information, opinions, observations, and/or arguments.

    4 Develop and structure ideas means to build on a single idea by adding details or

    examples, linking that idea to other ideas and details, and working towards a

    coherent planned whole.

5 Develop and structure ideas convincingly means that the development of the ideas

    and structure is generally credible and connected.

6 Develop and structure ideas effectively means that the development of the ideas and

    structure is compelling and well-organised.

7 Use language features means that:

    ; vocabulary selection, syntax, stylistic features and written text conventions

    (including spelling, punctuation, grammar) are appropriate to audience and

    purpose for a selected text type

    ; written text conventions are used without intrusive error patterns, such as a

    pattern of errors in syntax (eg sentence fragments, where structures are not used

    intentionally; and ‘run on’ syntax); or a pattern of other significant errors (eg mixed

    tense sequences, mis-capitalisation, spelling errors).

8 Use language features with control means that:

    ; language features are selected and linked to the intended purpose and audience

    ; text conventions are used accurately so that the writing contains only minor errors.

9 Use language features with control to command attention means:

    ; the original and sustained use of language features, vocabulary selection,

    distinctive personal voice, dimensions or viewpoints

    ; text conventions are used accurately so that the writing contains only minor errors.

    10 Conditions of Assessment related to this achievement standard can be found at

    www.tki.org.nz/e/community/ncea/conditions-assessment.php.

Quality Assurance

    1 Providers and Industry Training Organisations must be accredited by NZQA before

    they can register credits from assessment against achievement standards.

    2 Accredited providers and Industry Training Organisations assessing against

    achievement standards must engage with the moderation system that applies to

    those achievement standards.

    Accreditation and Moderation Action Plan (AMAP) reference 0233

     New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2012

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