Task 1 Assessment Criteria Task Fulfillment
Answer the question.
Wholly describe the charts with appropriate, accurate detail.
Pick the most important details and general trends.
Reach the word limit. No marks are taken away for going over the limit. If fewer than 150 words are produced then only a maximum band of 5 Cohesion and Coherence
These two are interrelated which is why they are graded together. Cohesion
is how your writing fits together.
The writing with its ideas and content must flow logically?
Structure helps cohesion:
Conclusion. Linguistic cohesion
: Use appropriate language to describe numerical information, making sure that the reader always understands what is being described.
Use an elegant style Coherence
is how you are making yourself understood and whether the reader of your writing understands what you are saying.
Don’t let the reader stop because he can’t understand. He must be able to read straight through.
Write in short and clear sentences with none of the information muddled or disorganized.
In long sentences, the meaning and “thread” of the writing can get lost and confused.
Use correct grammar, word choice, structure and punctuation Vocabulary and Sentence Structure
Use a wide range of words in the right place and at the right time.
Use correct grammar.
Verbs describing the chart should be in the present tenses as the chart exists now (ie: The chart shows
– the chart exists in the present so the present simple is fine).
But when referring to the activities in the past, the past tenses must be used (The
unemployed spent their time; women shopped in the morning
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