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Statement of Intention Guide

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Statement Of Intention


This is a guide for your own statement of intention. This is straight from the handbook.


 

All students are required to complete a statement of intention for the Oral SAC.

This statement of intention is to be submitted by:

(Write in the date that your teacher tells you here!)

STATEMENT OF INTENTION OUTLINE:

NAME:

TEACHER:

ISSUE BEING PRESENTED:

AUDIENCE:

PERSONA:

TOPIC (phrased as a statement):

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE APPROACH YOU INTEND TO TAKE TO THE TASK (one line for this description is sufficient):

RESOURCES:

  

STATMENT OF INTENTION Example:

ISSUE BEING PRESENTED: Passenger restrictions on P-Plate drivers

AUDIENCE: P-Plate drivers

PERSONA: Someone who has just gained their P-Plates

TOPIC (phrased as a statement): That the government restrictions on P-Plate drivers being allowed to have more than one passenger in a car at a time creates more problems that it has intended to solve

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE APPROACH YOU INTEND TO TAKE TO THE TASK : Provide background information including why it is in the news. Present arguments for the case and rebut the other side.

RESOURCES: Newspaper articles, Letters to the Editor, Editorials, Feature Articles, reputable driving magazines (RACV, etc) Internet sites – be very specific here as this forms part of your assessment!



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