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  • BUILDING INFORMATION LITERACY  
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    STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR INFORMATION LITERACY
    (from The Atlantic Canada English Language Arts Curriculum, 10 - 12)

    LEVEL: 11
    By the end of Grade 11 students will be expected to:

    Creating New Information Stage

    GCO A (Speaking/Listening)
    speak and listen to explore, extend, clarify and reflect on their thoughts, ideas, feelings, and experiences

  • address complex issues, present points of view backed by evidence, and modify, defend, or argue for their positions in response to opposing points of view (3)

  • GCO D (Reading/Viewing)
    select, read, and view with understanding a range of literature, information, media, and visual texts

  • articulate their understanding of ways in which information texts are constructed for particular purposes (3)

  • GCO H (Writing/Other Ways of Representing)
    use writing and other forms of representation to explore, clarify, and reflect on their thoughts, feelings, experiences, and learnings; and to use their imagination

  • make informed choices of language and techniques to enhance the impact of imaginative writing and other ways of representing (3)

  • GCO I (Writing/Other Ways of Representing)
    create texts collaboratively and independently, using a variety of forms for a range of audiences and purposes

  • create a clear and coherent structure in various forms of writing and media production
    -- make informed choices of form, style, and content to address the demands of different audiences and purposes (2)

  • GCO J (Writing/Other Ways of Representing)
    use a range of strategies to develop effective writing and media products to enhance their clarity, precision, and effectiveness

  • apply a variety of writing/representation strategies to construct increasingly complex texts (1)
  • demonstrate control of the conventions of written language in final products (2)
  • make informed choices about the use of computer and media technology to serve their communication purposes (3)
  • demonstrate a commitment to crafting a range of writing and other representations (4)
  • use information from a variety of sources to construct and communicate meaning (5)

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