NIFL-ASSESSMENT 2005: [NIFL-ASSESSMENT:882] RE: Competency-base

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For example,
with respect,
this 'rubric'.    

NB In this country it would be unusual for minutes recording planned actions to use the future tense; the infinitive would be used eg Paulo to contact some locals.  

Sentences describing things that occurred at the meeting
will correctly use past tense verb forms and "next steps" will use
appropriate future forms.  Each journal entry must have at least twenty
sentences and the learner must perform this task with 80% accuracy."



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