Kimo Svinhufvud, the mother tongue sensor at the Student Board, told Abitreenes about the general mock-ups of the literacy test, which by avoiding you can tune your answer to the next level. Find out what the sensors of the sensor are when evaluating the literacy test.
The new form of the mother tongue test has only been in use once in the autumn of 2018. Kimmo Svinhufvud, the mother tongue sensor at the Student Board, says that the new test is likely to be deformed for a few years. However, it is clear that the role of reading literacy in the literacy test is bigger than in the previous native-language student test.
According to Svinhufvud, texts and advertisements seem to be more familiar to many cooks than literary texts. Reading fiction, however, would give you an insight into reading all the texts, for example, many of the concepts used in the analysis of other texts come from fiction. Those interested in reading in leisure time can be strong in the yo-test.
Svinhufvud suggests that it is good to consider your response strategy both in terms of time and how good the writer is. Think about whether it would be more sensible to spend a lot of time on two tasks and write very good answers to them, or to answer four smaller points and say something about everything.
What other tips does the sensor have on how to get a good score instead of a good reading test? Pay attention to these sensors:
1. Observations with no point
According to Svinhufvud, there are a lot of mechanical performances among the test responses, where the experimenter only describes the material per point. Many people realize that, for example, something should be said about images, but observations are often random.
It is not enough to notice what kind of colors or music is used in the material, but the findings should be tied to the context. So remember to think about what the text is all about? What does it want to say? What is the target audience for the text?
Then step one step further and, in addition to the observations, tell how the images or sounds serve the purpose of the text.
According to Svinhufvud, a new literacy test aims to assess critical and cultural literacy. Critical reading is reflective, marvelous, inquisitive, and questionable. Cultural literacy, on the other hand, means that the text can be linked to the context. What kind of culture does it involve? What other texts surround it?
Listening to what you see in the picture and what you hear in the voice is a systematic literacy. This is in itself a merit, but an excellent answer should go a step further.
2. “The text uses rhetorical means …”
The phrases that have been learned from the foreign language mean that the matter should not be understood in depth. For example, rhetorical means are such a topic. Rhetorical means are the ways in which the text seeks to influence the reader.
Many chefs have probably learned the most common rhetorical means of the table and interpret the text with it. It may be said that “the text uses rhetorical means, such as the reader’s interview and the three-step list.”
The observation itself is right but funny because every single text uses some rhetorical means. Also, ignoring the reader is equally a rhetorical means. So say, “The rhetorical means of the text are, for example …”
You can then go one step further and think about what these rhetorical means used in this text are aimed at.
Another repetition of the phrase learned in the answers is “invoked both in reason and in emotion”. It is often used as a general observation of any text. The observation holds true for many texts, but often remains loose.
3. Text Structure as a Parent
The fact that the text is sorted through the song at a time is quite boring. It is more rewarding to be able to group your observations in a different way. For example, observations can be grouped by first analyzing the structure of the text, then the context, the style, and so on. The answer that passes through the body of the material at a time is easily referred to as mere referencing, which does not make it essential.
A good chef is able to analyze any text even if he never saw anything like the same. Nowadays, texts are more and more intersections of text species. Then it is good to note that this text is a bit like a speech, but also a bit like a column.
Analyzing any text is based on the fact that each text can go through the same things. When tools are in control, you can take over any text types. For example, go through the text:
What is the target audience for the text?
What is the purpose of the text?
What is the context of the text?
What is extraordinary in the text?
What is the structure of the text?
What kind of styles have been used in it? What kind of vocabulary has been used in the text, is it, for example, spoken or styled?
What kind of rhetoric are used in this text?