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2008 revision

  1. 1. 2008 Let's go through the answers!
  2. 2. 1(a) 1(d) 1(b) What will be covered
  3. 3. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA
  4. 4. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns
  5. 5. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content
  6. 6. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available)
  7. 7. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) + similar OR Difference in PUrpose (if available)
  8. 8. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content
  9. 9. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A Source B
  10. 10. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A Source B
  11. 11. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss" Source B
  12. 12. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss" Source B This means that some Singapore talents leave SG.
  13. 13. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss" Source B This means that some Singapore talents leave SG.
  14. 14. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss" "...loss of our own people at the very top" Source B This means that some Singapore talents leave SG.
  15. 15. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss" "...loss of our own people at the very top" Source B This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. This means that some Singapore talents leave SG.
  16. 16. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss" "...loss of our own people at the very top" Source B This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. This means that some Singapore talents leave SG.
  17. 17. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss" "...loss of our own people at the very top" Source B This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. Similar in stating that some Singapore talents leave SG.
  18. 18. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss" "...loss of our own people at the very top" Source B This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. Both sources are similar in stating that some Singapore talents leave SG.
  19. 19. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss" "...loss of our own people at the very top" Source B This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. Both sources are similar in stating that some Singapore talents leave SG. Source A states that
  20. 20. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content "...loss of our own people at the very top" Source B This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. Both sources are similar in stating that some Singapore talents leave SG. Source A states that "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss."
  21. 21. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content "...loss of our own people at the very top" Source B This means that some Singapore talents leave SG.Both sources are similar in stating that some Singapore talents leave SG. Source A states that "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss." This means that some Singapore talents leave SG.
  22. 22. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content "...loss of our own people at the very top" Source B This means that some Singapore talents leave SG.Both sources are similar in stating that some Singapore talents leave SG. Source A states that "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss." This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. ALSO,
  23. 23. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content "...loss of our own people at the very top" This means that some Singapore talents leave SG.Both sources are similar in stating that some Singapore talents leave SG. Source A states that "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss." This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. ALSO, Source B states
  24. 24. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content This means that some Singapore talents leave SG.Both sources are similar in stating that some Singapore talents leave SG. Source A states that "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss." This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. ALSO, Source B states "...loss of our own people at the very top".
  25. 25. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Both sources are similar in stating that some Singapore talents leave SG. Source A states that "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss." This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. ALSO, Source B states "...loss of our own people at the very top".This means that some Singapore talents leave SG.
  26. 26. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Both sources are similar in stating that some Singapore talents leave SG. Source A states that "...maintaining strong links with S'poreans who are abroad, so that they become a strength for us and not a loss." This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. ALSO, Source B states "...loss of our own people at the very top".This means that some Singapore talents leave SG. exact match with critera
  27. 27. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A Source B
  28. 28. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A Source B
  29. 29. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again" Source B
  30. 30. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again" Source B Increase talent pool in Singapore by attracting SG talents back
  31. 31. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again" Source B Increase talent pool in Singapore by attracting SG talents back
  32. 32. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again" "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans." Source B Increase talent pool in Singapore by attracting SG talents back
  33. 33. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again" "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans." Source B Increase talent pool in Singapore by attracting SG talents back Increase talent pool in SG by attracting foreign talents
  34. 34. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again" "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans." Source B Increase talent pool in SG by attracting foreign talents Increase talent pool in Singapore by attracting SG talents back Different in ways to increase talent pool in SG
  35. 35. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Source A "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again" "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans." Source B Both sources are different in the ways to increase the talent pool in SG. Increase talent pool in SG by attracting foreign talents Increase talent pool in Singapore by attracting SG talents back
  36. 36. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again" "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans." Source B Both sources are different in the ways to increase the talent pool in SG. Source A states that Increase talent pool in SG by attracting foreign talents Increase talent pool in Singapore by attracting SG talents back
  37. 37. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans." Source B Both sources are different in the ways to increase the talent pool in SG. Source A states that "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again" Increase talent pool in SG by attracting foreign talents Increase talent pool in Singapore by attracting SG talents back
  38. 38. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans." Source B Both sources are different in the ways to increase the talent pool in SG. Source A states that "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again".This means that the way to increase talent pool in Singapore is by attracting SG talents back. Increase talent pool in SG by attracting foreign talents
  39. 39. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans." Source B Both sources are different in the ways to increase the talent pool in SG. Source A states that "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again".This means that the way to increase talent pool in Singapore is by attracting SG talents back. However, Increase talent pool in SG by attracting foreign talents
  40. 40. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans." Both sources are different in the ways to increase the talent pool in SG. Source A states that "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again".This means that the way to increase talent pool in Singapore is by attracting SG talents back. However, Source B states that Increase talent pool in SG by attracting foreign talents
  41. 41. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Both sources are different in the ways to increase the talent pool in SG. Source A states that "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again".This means that the way to increase talent pool in Singapore is by attracting SG talents back. However, Source B states that Singapore has to "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans." Increase talent pool in SG by attracting foreign talents
  42. 42. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Both sources are different in the ways to increase the talent pool in SG. Source A states that "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again".This means that the way to increase talent pool in Singapore is by attracting SG talents back. However, Source B states that Singapore has to "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans."This means that the way to increase talent pool in Singapore is by attracting foreign talents
  43. 43. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content Both sources are different in the ways to increase the talent pool in SG. Source A states that "We have to help them integrate back in smoothly, so when they come back they don't have such a shock that they may be put off and leave again".This means that the way to increase talent pool in Singapore is by attracting SG talents back. However, Source B states that Singapore has to "...turn to talented people from other countries, get them work here, and eventually turn them into Singaporeans."This means that the way to increase talent pool in Singapore is by attracting foreign talents exact match with critera
  44. 44. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) + similar OR Difference in PUrpose (if available)
  45. 45. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) + similar OR Difference in PUrpose (if available)
  46. 46. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available)
  47. 47. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) Source A Source B Not portraying anyone / anything in any manner Not portraying anyone / anything in any manner
  48. 48. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) Source A Source B Not portraying anyone / anything in any manner Not portraying anyone / anything in any manner = no tone = no tone
  49. 49. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) No tone to compare for these 2 sources
  50. 50. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) No tone to compare for these 2 sources + similar OR Difference in PUrpose (if available) Both sources have purpose.
  51. 51. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) No tone to compare for these 2 sources + similar OR Difference in PUrpose (if available) Common mistakes
  52. 52. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) No tone to compare for these 2 sources + similar OR Difference in PUrpose (if available) Common mistakes Did you use the exact words as your criteria for the evidence of each source? If not, don't forget to explain using "this means that..."
  53. 53. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) No tone to compare for these 2 sources + similar OR Difference in PUrpose (if available) Common mistakes Did you use the exact words as your criteria for the evidence of each source? If not, don't forget to explain using "this means that..." Purpose: Forgot context
  54. 54. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) No tone to compare for these 2 sources + similar OR Difference in PUrpose (if available) Common mistakes Did you use the exact words as your criteria for the evidence of each source? If not, don't forget to explain using "this means that..." Purpose: Forgot context Purpose: Forgot audience
  55. 55. (a) Study Sources A and B. How similar are these two sources? EYA = comparison qns = similar and Difference in Content + similar OR Difference in Tone (if available) No tone to compare for these 2 sources + similar OR Difference in PUrpose (if available) Common mistakes Did you use the exact words as your criteria for the evidence of each source? If not, don't forget to explain using "this means that..." Purpose: Forgot context Purpose: Forgot audience Purpose: Forgot message
  56. 56. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA
  57. 57. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = utility qns
  58. 58. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = utility qns = useful/ not useful because it is reliable/ not reliable (x-ref)
  59. 59. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = utility qns = useful/ not useful because it is reliable/ not reliable (x-ref) + useful/ not useful because it is reliable /not reliable (purpose) (if available)
  60. 60. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = utility qns = useful/ not useful because it is reliable/ not reliable (x-ref) + useful/ not useful because it is reliable /not reliable (purpose) (if available) + However, it is still useful for...
  61. 61. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA
  62. 62. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA
  63. 63. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs.
  64. 64. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Source A: No mention about foreign talents Source B: Foreign talent to keep skills of SG high. Source C: About SG talent Source D: Foreign talent not accepted by locals
  65. 65. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Source A: No mention about foreign talents Source B: Foreign talent to keep skills of SG high. Source C: About SG talent Source D: Foreign talent not accepted by locals
  66. 66. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Source A: No mention about foreign talents Source B: Foreign talent to keep skills of SG high. Source C: About SG talent Source D: Foreign talent not accepted by locals Can”t match
  67. 67. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Source A: No mention about foreign talents Source B: Foreign talent to keep skills of SG high. Source C: About SG talent Source D: Foreign talent not accepted by locals Can”t match Can”t match
  68. 68. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Source A: No mention about foreign talents Source B: Foreign talent to keep skills of SG high. Source C: About SG talent Source D: Foreign talent not accepted by locals Can”t match Can”t matchCan”t match
  69. 69. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Source A: No mention about foreign talents Source B: Foreign talent to keep skills of SG high. Source C: About SG talent Source D: Foreign talent not accepted by locals Can”t match Can”t matchCan”t match Can”t match
  70. 70. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA
  71. 71. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = utility qns
  72. 72. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = utility qns = useful/ not useful because it is reliable/ not reliable (x-ref)
  73. 73. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = utility qns = useful/ not useful because it is reliable/ not reliable (x-ref) + useful/ not useful because it is reliable /not reliable (purpose) (if available)
  74. 74. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = utility qns = useful/ not useful because it is reliable/ not reliable (x-ref) + useful/ not useful because it is reliable /not reliable (purpose) (if available) + However, it is still useful for...
  75. 75. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = utility qns = useful/ not useful because it is reliable/ not reliable (x-ref) + useful/ not useful because it is reliable /not reliable (purpose) (if available) + However, it is still useful for... Nothing to cross reference with
  76. 76. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA
  77. 77. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Where + Whom: Not stated. Likely to be for Singaporeans then.
  78. 78. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Where + Whom: Not stated. Likely to be for Singaporeans then. Evidence - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs.
  79. 79. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Where + Whom: Not stated. Likely to be for Singaporeans then. Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions Evidence - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs.
  80. 80. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Where + Whom: Not stated. Likely to be for Singaporeans then. Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions When: 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents Evidence - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs.
  81. 81. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Evidence - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Where + Whom: Not stated. Likely to be for Singaporeans then. Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions When: 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents Message: convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals. }
  82. 82. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Evidence - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Where + Whom: Not stated. Likely to be for Singaporeans then. Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions When: 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents Message: convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals. } }Why: garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy.
  83. 83. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Evidence - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Where + Whom: Not stated. Likely to be for Singaporeans then. Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions When: 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents Message: convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals. } }Why: garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. = bias against FT to fight for S'porean's rights
  84. 84. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Evidence - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Where + Whom: Not stated. Likely to be for Singaporeans then. Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions When: 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents Message: convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals. } }Why: garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. = bias against FT to fight for S'porean's rights = bias against FT to achieve purpose
  85. 85. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Evidence - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Where + Whom: Not stated. Likely to be for Singaporeans then. Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions When: 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents Message: convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals. } }Why: garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. = bias against FT to fight for S'porean's rights = bias against FT to achieve purpose Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.
  86. 86. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Evidence - "Experienced foreign talent may be useful to certain sectors of SG's economy" - "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" - "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions When: 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents }Why: garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. = bias against FT to fight for S'porean's rights = bias against FT to achieve purpose Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.
  87. 87. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions When: 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents }Why: garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. = bias against FT to fight for S'porean's rights = bias against FT to achieve purpose Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs.
  88. 88. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions }Why: garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. = bias against FT to fight for S'porean's rights = bias against FT to achieve purpose Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.
  89. 89. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions = bias against FT to fight for S'porean's rights = bias against FT to achieve purpose Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.Thus, the organisation is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy.
  90. 90. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Who: organisation based in HK which promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions = bias against FT to fight for S'porean's rights Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.Thus, the organisation is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. As such, the organisation is bias against foreign talents to achieve its purpose.
  91. 91. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = bias against FT to fight for S'porean's rights Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.Thus, the organisation is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. As such, the organisation is bias against foreign talents to achieve its purpose.Also, as the organisation promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions,
  92. 92. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.Thus, the organisation is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. As such, the organisation is bias against foreign talents to achieve its purpose.Also, as the organisation promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions, it is likely to be bias against foreign talents to fight for the rights of Singaporean workers.
  93. 93. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.Thus, the organisation is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. As such, the organisation is bias against foreign talents to achieve its purpose.Also, as the organisation promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions, it is likely to be bias against foreign talents to fight for the rights of Singaporean workers.As such, the source will not be reliable.
  94. 94. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.Thus, the organisation is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. As such, the organisation is bias against foreign talents to achieve its purpose.Also, as the organisation promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions, it is likely to be bias against foreign talents to fight for the rights of Singaporean workers.As such, the source will not be reliable.Thus, it is not useful.
  95. 95. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.Thus, the organisation is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. As such, the organisation is bias against foreign talents to achieve its purpose.Also, as the organisation promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions, it is likely to be bias against foreign talents to fight for the rights of Singaporean workers.As such, the source will not be reliable.Thus, it is not useful. star approach
  96. 96. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.Thus, the organisation is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. As such, the organisation is bias against foreign talents to achieve its purpose.Also, as the organisation promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions, it is likely to be bias against foreign talents to fight for the rights of Singaporean workers.As such, the source will not be reliable.Thus, it is not useful. star approach bias to achieve purpose?
  97. 97. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.Thus, the organisation is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. As such, the organisation is bias against foreign talents to achieve its purpose.Also, as the organisation promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions, it is likely to be bias against foreign talents to fight for the rights of Singaporean workers.As such, the source will not be reliable.Thus, it is not useful. star approach bias to achieve purpose? reliable? useful?
  98. 98. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = utility qns = useful/ not useful because it is reliable/ not reliable (x-ref) + useful/ not useful because it is reliable /not reliable (purpose) (if available) + However, it is still useful for... Nothing to cross reference with
  99. 99. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA = utility qns = useful/ not useful because it is reliable/ not reliable (x-ref) + useful/ not useful because it is reliable /not reliable (purpose) (if available) + However, it is still useful for... Nothing to cross reference with
  100. 100. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.Thus, the organisation is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. As such, the organisation is bias against foreign talents to achieve its purpose.Also, as the organisation promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions, it is likely to be bias against foreign talents to fight for the rights of Singaporean workers.As such, the source will not be reliable.Thus, it is not useful.
  101. 101. (d) Study Sources E. How useful is this source as evidence about foreign talent in SG? EYA Source E is not useful as evidence about FT in SG as it is not reliable.The organisation is trying to convince Singaporeans that foreign talents create problems for locals.This is because the source states that "Many foreign talents now undercut local wages by accepting graduate appointments for less than the usual pay" and "Potential employers thus prefer 'value-for-money' foreigners, thereby depriving local graduates of their rightful jobs. This source was published in 2002, when there were discussions about the usefulness of foreign talents.Thus, the organisation is trying to garner the support of Singaporeans to fight for their jobs by pressuring the govt to stop the foreign talent policy. As such, the organisation is bias against foreign talents to achieve its purpose.Also, as the organisation promotes workers' rights and formation of trade unions, it is likely to be bias against foreign talents to fight for the rights of Singaporean workers.As such, the source will not be reliable.Thus, it is not useful. However, it is still useful in showing what the organisation wants people to think about the foreign talents issue.
  102. 102. (b) Study Sources C. Does this source prove that SG will lose is own skilled workers? EYA.
  103. 103. (b) Study Sources C. Does this source prove that SG will lose is own skilled workers? EYA. = reliability qns
  104. 104. (b) Study Sources C. Does this source prove that SG will lose is own skilled workers? EYA. = reliability qns however, this is not so typical
  105. 105. (b) Study Sources C. Does this source prove that SG will lose is own skilled workers? EYA.
  106. 106. (b) Study Sources C. Does this source prove that SG will lose is own skilled workers? EYA. Changi lose 15 people in Airport industry
  107. 107. (b) Study Sources C. Does this source prove that SG will lose its own skilled workers? EYA. Changi lose 15 people in Airport industry If I were to prove that this claim is reliable, does it still show that the WHOLE of SG will lose its skilled worker?
  108. 108. (b) Study Sources C. Does this source prove that SG will lose its own skilled workers? EYA. Changi lose 15 people in Airport industry If I were to prove that this claim is reliable, does it still show that the WHOLE of SG will lose its skilled worker? 15 people from Airport Industry does not represent the whole of SG
  109. 109. (b) Study Sources C. Does this source prove that SG will lose its own skilled workers? EYA. Changi lose 15 people in Airport industry If I were to prove that this claim is reliable, does it still show that the WHOLE of SG will lose its skilled worker? 15 people from Airport Industry does not represent the whole of SG Unless I have proof that it happens to other industries as well to show that SG is losing its own skilled workers too.
  110. 110. (b) Study Sources C. Does this source prove that SG will lose its own skilled workers? EYA. Therefore, Source C does not prove that SG will lose its own skilled workers as it only shows that the airport industry lost 15 of its workers. It does not represent the whole of SG or the situation in other industries.
  111. 111. (b) Study Sources C. Does this source prove that SG will lose its own skilled workers? EYA. Therefore, Source C does not prove that SG will lose its own skilled workers as it only shows that the airport industry lost 15 of its workers. It does not represent the whole of SG or the situation in other industries. No matter how reliable the claim in Source C is, we can't escape the fact that it doesn't represent the whole of SG, unless we have the same case for other industries as well.
  112. 112. This applies to all of such question is it?
  113. 113. This applies to all of such question is it? Consider what are you trying to prove first.
  114. 114. (b) Study Sources C. Does this source prove that SG will lose its own skilled workers? EYA. No matter how reliable the claim in Source C is, we can't escape the fact that it doesn't represent the whole of SG, unless we can show that it is the same case for other industries as well. Thus, it is pointless to prove the reliability of the claim as we will reject it anyway.
  115. 115. If, for a SBCSQ on Northern Ireland...
  116. 116. (b) Study Sources C (which is a Catholic saying how he love IRA is). Does this source prove that the Catholics support the IRA? EYA. If, for a SBCSQ on Northern Ireland...
  117. 117. (b) Study Sources C (which is a Catholic saying how he love IRA is). Does this source prove that the Catholics support the IRA? EYA. Source C Love IRA = Support IRA If, for a SBCSQ on Northern Ireland...
  118. 118. (b) Study Sources C (which is a Catholic saying how he love IRA is). Does this source prove that the Catholics support the IRA? EYA. If, for a SBCSQ on Northern Ireland... Claim will prove that Catholics support IRA if it is reliable. Source C Love IRA = Support IRA
  119. 119. (b) Study Sources C (which is a Catholic saying how he love IRA is). Does this source prove that the Catholics support the IRA? EYA. If, for a SBCSQ on Northern Ireland... Claim will prove that Catholics support IRA if it is reliable. Source C Love IRA = Support IRA Therefore need to test its reliability.
  120. 120. (b) Study Sources C (which is a Catholic saying how he love IRA is). Does this source prove that the Catholics support the IRA? EYA. If, for a SBCSQ on Northern Ireland... Source C Love IRA = Support IRA
  121. 121. (b) Study Sources C (which is a Catholic saying how he love IRA is). Does this source prove that the Catholics support the IRA? EYA. If, for a SBCSQ on Northern Ireland... "Can I say that it is just the view of one Catholic? Doesn't represent all Catholics?" Source C Love IRA = Support IRA
  122. 122. (b) Study Sources C (which is a Catholic saying how he love IRA is). Does this source prove that the Catholics support the IRA? EYA. If, for a SBCSQ on Northern Ireland... "Can I say that it is just the view of one Catholic? Doesn't represent all Catholics?" Source C Love IRA = Support IRA Low-level answer, as I can prove that right or wrong just by cross-referencing with another source to check if the claim is true.
  123. 123. (b) Study Sources C (which is a Catholic saying how he love IRA is). Does this source prove that the Catholics support the IRA? EYA. If, for a SBCSQ on Northern Ireland... "Can I say that it is just the view of one Catholic? Doesn't represent all Catholics?" Source C Love IRA = Support IRA Low-level answer, as I can prove that right or wrong just by cross-referencing with another source to check if the claim is true. Therefore, higher level answer goes to those who check the reliability of this claim as if proven true, this claim will prove that the Catholics suppor the IRA
  124. 124. So how do I decide?
  125. 125. So how do I decide? 1) Assuming the claim in the source is true, does the source prove what the question ask for?
  126. 126. So how do I decide? 1) Assuming the claim in the source is true, does the source prove what the question ask for? 2) If it is unable to prove, that no need to check the reliability. (Eg: 15 people from airport is unable to prove that whole of SG is losing talents, unless we are able to show that it is the same for other industries)
  127. 127. So how do I decide? 1) Assuming the claim in the source is true, does the source prove what the question ask for? 2) If it is unable to prove, that no need to check the reliability. (Eg: 15 people from airport is unable to prove that whole of SG is losing talents, unless we are able to show that it is the same for other industries) 3) If it is able to prove / disprove, then we need to check the reliability to see if it is reliable to be accepted for proofing. (Eg: One Catholic says that he love the IRA. It can be used to prove that Catholics welcome the IRA if this claim is true. So need to check it with another source. )

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