112 - English Language
Free Response Composition
(a) Writing adequately and relevantly.
(b) Arranging material effectively.
(c) Using efficiently a reasonable variety of the main structures of current English.
(d) Efficiency in handling of the language using a range of common core vocabulary.
Restricted Response Composition
(a) Responding to a situation by presenting a piece of writing appropriate to the demands of a given situation.
(c) Ability to handle the language effectively in the context of the situation.
To be able to summarize a given passage or main points of a passage. The candidate should be able to draw out information from a given prose either generally or within specific limits, and to present this information in a variety of ways, without losing the trend or issue at hand.
To be able to understand the content and argument or narrative sequence and to infer information, meanings, intentions, attitudes from a given passage(s). The candidate is trained to be able to draw out information from a prose passage(s) either generally or within specific limits and to present this information in a variety of ways, without losing the trend or issue at hand.
The candidate is trained to be able to handle English and in particular its structures and vocabulary in meaningful ways.