SayPro SAQA Training Material 9059

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        The qualifying learner is able to:

1.1 Develop appropriate database search strategies and selection criteria
1.2 Collect, select, organise and interpret different kinds of data and current forms of professional practices
1.3 Read and carry out critical evaluation of texts and data, images and performance practices
1.4 Represent own position in relation to debates and practices
1.5 Identify a range of historical and ideological positions within texts and other data.

2.1 Use written and spoken language that reframes and builds on active listening and articulation
2.2 Use appropriate written and oral performance conventions for small scale research projects
2.3 Begin to articulate own line of inquiry within chosen fields
2.4 Synthesise written, visual and performance information to articulate clearly sustained argument
2.5 Apply appropriate word processing technologies
2.6 Argue using effective oral, visual and performance (e.g. Boal techniques) skills.

3.1 Interpret and criticise the subject matter of a discipline
3.2 Integrate theory, information and practice to solve problems
3.3 Recognise limitations of different models and professional practices
3.4 Demonstrate lateral and creative innovation
3.5 Use experiential processes and analytical methods to create work.

4.1 Process feedback and apply relevant information and ideas
4.2 Provide a rationale for a research project or theatre/television/musical theatre production
4.3 Apply an appropriate research method
4.4 Write up the research using the appropriate disciplinary conventions
4.5 Draw conclusions arising from the research
4.6 Work independently.

5.1 Classify and categorise information for multiple purposes
5.2 Develop an increasingly sophisticated ability to assess oneself in oral, written, visual and performance presentations
5.3 Take initiative in shaping own learning situation and direction in creative work
5.4 Establish a pattern of goal setting, time management with minimal supervision
5.5 Respond appropriately to feedback from peers
5.6 Match learning strategies to task requirements.

6.1 Use multiple sources of knowledge
6.2 Identify, receive and execute tasks responsibly
6.3 Work constructively with diversity
6.4 Communicate effectively
6.5 Work collaboratively and independently
6.6 Integrate feedback into own and group development
6.7 Give feedback constructively.

  1. Recognise other’s geographical location and their historical placement.

8.1 Identify own lines of enquiry within chosen fields.
8.2 Demonstrate an ability to critically engage in using, and adapting academic and creative inventions.

Integrated Assessment:

A battery of assessment instruments, including a written examinations, a research report/long essay, subject specific and cross curriculum assignments, tests, and the evaluation of the field of practice, performance and media projects.

ASSOCIATED VALUES:
The qualifying learner is aware of the importance of the need to:

1.1 Accurately represent and acknowledge the work of others in research and creative work
1.2 Commit him/herself to evaluate published research.

2.1 Produce research, and a body of performance and/or media work which respects and acknowledge the ownership of intellectual and creative property.
2.2 Work academically and creatively with a developed sense of responsibility and integrity.

3.1 Explain the value of responsible decisions
3.2 Value responsible decisions with regard to knowledge and creative practices
3.3 Recognise importance of applying knowledge and creating works in an ethically sensitive manner.

4.1 Show ethical responsibility to research subjects.
4.2 Research in a socially responsible and creative way.

5.1 Take responsibility for learning
5.2 Value the process of life-long learning
5.3 Value own resourcefulness.

6.1 Recognise and value diversity
6.2 Recognise and value collaborative and individual processes.
6.3 Value cultures other than own and others’ imaginative and creative processes
6.4 Work with a consciousness of human rights.

7.1 Value the interconnectedness of the environment
7.2 Engage in environmentally friendly projects.

8.1 Take seriously the social consequences of disciplinary practices
8.2 Show an open mind to diverse positions within the discipline.
8.3 Tolerate ambiguity
8.4 Show a sense of responsibility to the integrity of disciplines and its practical implementation. 

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