- Performance criteria
- Describes what someone must do to demonstrate competency for that element and the required level of performance.
- Personal space
- Everyone has an area that is his or her own personal space - it's the 'zone' immediately surrounding our body area. That feeling of someone being 'in your face' is what happens when another person invades that personal space - every individual person will have a boundary where his or her personal space begins. Generally, the personal space zone is around a metre between yourself and another person.
- When a piece of writing that has been copied from someone else is presented as being your own work, or taking someone else's words or ideas as if they were your own.
- Practical issues and real life situations are the key for the pragmatist learner. They tend to be realistic, and like to focus on the task and the technique. They like to apply new skills and knowledge as soon as possible, but are not particularly interested in all the theory and background - pragmatists prefer to work on a 'need to know' basis. They want to get straight to the point and will probably reject any information they see as being irrelevant.