A student can write comprehensible and formal documents and reports having a rough idea of standards. Structures of the texts are unclear and forms and styles of the language earn much comments. A level of argumentation is low. A student is able to give her/his oral presentation with visual demonstration formally, even if there are a lot of things to comment in its duration, structure, interaction or voice.
Student’s written communication is structural and demonstrational. It is easy to catch the essential information of texts, which language is quite correct and faithful to the document or report standard. Student is able to present gained information from sources so that the summarizing separates clearly from her/his own ideas but combining these two parts natural way. In her/his speech communication student takes into consideration an audience and a situation and can form a functional structure to it. During a speech student has an eye contact with an audience and speaks mainly by heart. Student completes all tasks in timetable, is active and gives strong arguments for her/his opinions. Her/his assignments have functional structures and fit a situation and an audience.
Student’s both written and oral communication is convincing, and she/he is able to present versatile arguments to her/his opinions. The essential information of her/his text has been structured and summarized properly. She/he uses correct language and controlled style. Student can speak convincingly, enthusiasticly and interactively. Student performs naturally and appropriately and manages to maintain her/his audience’s interest during the whole presentation. Student can utilize voice devices. She/he attends contact lessons active and constructive way.
TAMK's general instruction for grading will be applied and details agreed at the beginning of course implementation:
05.09.2019 - 13.12.2019
02.07.2019 - 13.09.2019
Media and Arts
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Media and Arts