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2005 1d

  1. 1. 2005 paper
  2. 2. Study Source E. How far can you accept what this source says about the policy of using foreign talents? Explain your answer. 1 (d)
  3. 3. Study Source E. How far can you accept what this source says about the policy of using foreign talents? Explain your answer. 1 (d) how far = specify what you can accept and what you cannot accept
  4. 4. Study Source E. How far can you accept what this source says about the policy of using foreign talents? Explain your answer. 1 (d) how far = specify what you can accept and what you cannot accept focus should be on policy of using foreign talents.
  5. 5. focus should be on policy of using foreign talents.
  6. 6. Source E the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive
  7. 7. Source E the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive Cross ref with another source. Eg: Source D
  8. 8. Source E the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive Source D do not have enough people with the right skills and experience for our expanding economy need to draw in foreign talent
  9. 9. Source E the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive Source D do not have enough people with the right skills and experience for our expanding economy need to draw in foreign talent words do not match exactly. need to use “this means that“
  10. 10. Source E the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive Source D do not have enough people with the right skills and experience for our expanding economy need to draw in foreign talent This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy.
  11. 11. Source E the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive Source D do not have enough people with the right skills and experience for our expanding economy need to draw in foreign talent This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. supports = true
  12. 12. Source E the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive Source D do not have enough people with the right skills and experience for our expanding economy need to draw in foreign talent This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. supports = true I can accept what Source E about the policy of using foreign talents. This is because the source is reliable in what it says about the policy of using foreign talent.
  13. 13. Source E Source D do not have enough people with the right skills and experience for our expanding economy need to draw in foreign talent This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. supports = true I can accept what Source E about the policy of using foreign talents. This is because the source is reliable in what it says about the policy of using foreign talent. The source says that “the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive”. This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy.
  14. 14. Source E Source D do not have enough people with the right skills and experience for our expanding economy need to draw in foreign talent This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. I can accept what Source E about the policy of using foreign talents. This is because the source is reliable in what it says about the policy of using foreign talent. The source says that “the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive”. This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. This is true as it is supported by Source D,
  15. 15. Source E Source D I can accept what Source E about the policy of using foreign talents. This is because the source is reliable in what it says about the policy of using foreign talent. The source says that “the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive”. This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. This is true as it is supported by Source D, which states that Singapore “do not have enough people with the right skills and experience for our expanding economy” and thus, there is a need to “draw in foreign talent”. This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy.
  16. 16. 2nd method: purpose
  17. 17. Context: interview in 2001, when there is an economic downturn (as shown in Source D) Purpose: Garner support of Singaporeans to continue to support the foreign talent scheme and not blame foreign talents if they lose their jobs in the downturn Who?: Chairman of Feedback Group, set up by government formerly British Subject
  18. 18. Purpose: Garner support of Singaporeans to continue to support the foreign talent scheme and not blame foreign talents if they lose their jobs in the downturn Who?: Chairman of Feedback Group, set up by government formerly British Subject = bias for policy to achieve purpose
  19. 19. Purpose: Garner support of Singaporeans to continue to support the foreign talent scheme and not blame foreign talents if they lose their jobs in the downturn Who?: Chairman of Feedback Group, set up by government formerly British Subject = bias for policy to achieve purpose = suppose to be bias for
  20. 20. Purpose: Garner support of Singaporeans to continue to support the foreign talent scheme and not blame foreign talents if they lose their jobs in the downturn Who?: Chairman of Feedback Group, set up by government formerly British Subject = bias for policy to achieve purpose = suppose to be bias for = suppose to be bias for
  21. 21. = bias for policy to achieve purpose = suppose to be bias for = suppose to be bias for
  22. 22. bias for policy to achieve purpose = suppose to be bias for = suppose to be bias for
  23. 23. bias for policy to achieve purpose = suppose to be bias for = suppose to be bias for Not neutral! not reliable! Cannot accept!
  24. 24. I cannot accept what Source E says about the policy talent as it is not reliable in what it says about the policy. In Source E, the Chairman of the Feedback Group on Foreign Talent is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents are crucial to Singapore’s economy. This is because the source states that the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive”. This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. This source was an interview published in 2001, during an economic downturn. Thus, the Chairman of the Feedback Group is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to continue to support the foreign talent scheme and not blame foreign talents if they lose their jobs in the downturn. Therefore, this source is not reliable as the Chairman of the Feedback Group on Foreign Talent is bias for the foreign talent policy to achieve his purpose. Also, as this group is set up by the Singapore government, it is likely to be pro-government. The Chairman was also a former British subject, which means he benefitted from the foreign talent scheme to come to Singapore. As such, he would be bias for government policies, especially the foreign talent policy. As such, I cannot accept what Source E says about the policy of using foreign talent.
  25. 25. I cannot accept what Source E says about the policy talent as it is not reliable in what it says about the policy. In Source E, the Chairman of the Feedback Group on Foreign Talent is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents are crucial to Singapore’s economy. This is because the source states that the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive”. This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. This source was an interview published in 2001, during an economic downturn. Thus, the Chairman of the Feedback Group is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to continue to support the foreign talent scheme and not blame foreign talents if they lose their jobs in the downturn. Therefore, this source is not reliable as the Chairman of the Feedback Group on Foreign Talent is bias for the foreign talent policy to achieve his purpose. Also, as this group is set up by the Singapore government, it is likely to be pro-government. The Chairman was also a former British subject, which means he benefitted from the foreign talent scheme to come to Singapore. As such, he would be bias for government policies, especially the foreign talent policy. As such, I cannot accept what Source E says about the policy of using foreign talent. star approach
  26. 26. I cannot accept what Source E says about the policy talent as it is not reliable in what it says about the policy. In Source E, the Chairman of the Feedback Group on Foreign Talent is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents are crucial to Singapore’s economy. This is because the source states that the government’s policy of bringing in foreign talent as appropriate if Singapore is to remain competitive”. This means that the foreign talent policy is important in helping Singapore’s economy. This source was an interview published in 2001, during an economic downturn. Thus, the Chairman of the Feedback Group is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to continue to support the foreign talent scheme and not blame foreign talents if they lose their jobs in the downturn. Therefore, this source is not reliable as the Chairman of the Feedback Group on Foreign Talent is bias for the foreign talent policy to achieve his purpose. Also, as this group is set up by the Singapore government, it is likely to be pro-government. The Chairman was also a former British subject, which means he benefitted from the foreign talent scheme to come to Singapore. As such, he would be bias for government policies, especially the foreign talent policy. As such, I cannot accept what Source E says about the policy of using foreign talent. star approach bias for to achieve purpose suppose to be bias for
  27. 27. Don't forget what you can still accept
  28. 28. what foreign senior managers think!
  29. 29. what foreign senior managers think! However, I can still accept what Source E says about the opinions foreign senior managers have of Singaporeans.

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