communicate meaningfully with coherency (coherency relates to the connectedness of information, thoughts and ideas within communication)
Indicators for this outcome
(a) uses complex and compound sentences to hold ideas in discourse together;
(b) uses linking devices throughout the discourse, though not with complete agreement;
(c) uses sentences and questions that contain learned vocabulary and familiar language structures in different forms;
(d) adjusts language to suit audience and purpose;
(e) uses the appropriate level of formality with people in a variety of contexts; and,
(f) uses a wide range of interaction patterns to deal with routine and non-routine transactions and interactions.