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# 17669 6-Dec-2007 14:47
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This one had me a little creeped out


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SOCIOLOGY

Demonstrate competence and understanding

of inebriated carnal relations in a festive setting

 
 
 


level:

4

 

credit:

8

 

final date for comment:

January 2008

 

expiry date:

December 2009

 

sub-field:

Social Science Studies, Physical Education

 

purpose:

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

Examine selected case studies and discuss their ongoing relevance; Demonstrate judgement of potential partner under inebriated conditions; Demonstrate competent ability in percuring consent of a potential partner in an inebriated state; Successfully execute carnal relations. Examine the change in values and reservations in New Zealand during this festive period.

 

entry information:

Open.

 

accreditation option:

Evaluation of documentation and oral presentation by N.G.A.O.N.Y.A.

 

moderation option:

A centrally established and directed national moderation

system has been set up by N.G.A.O.N.Y.A.

 

special notes:

Carnal relations refers to complete vaginal OR anal penetration in heterosexual or

homosexual situations.

Potential partners refers to homo sapien sapien species, and not those of the farmyard variety.

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SOCIOLOGY

Demonstrate competence and understanding

of inebriated carnal relations in a festive setting

 
 
 


Elements and Performance Criteria

element 1

Examine selected case studies and discuss their ongoing relevance

performance criteria

1.1                   Description of four major pioneers of the seduction techniques and their prowess and contribution to Sociology

1.2                   Examine the effect of the STI explosion has had on the importance of element 2.3.

element 2

Demonstrate judgement of potential partner under inebriated conditions.

performance criteria

2.1                   Identification of potential partner as one of the human species.

2.2                   Ranking potential partners on a scale of desirablity and ability in dismissing low ranking partners.

2.3                   Evaluate the risk factors of potential partners.

element 3

Demonstrate competent ability in percuring consent of a potential partner in an inebriated state.

performance criteria

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SOCIOLOGY

Demonstrate competence and understanding

of inebriated carnal relations in a festive setting

 
 
 


3.1                   Description of five seduction techniques

3.2                   Apply learned seduction techniques successfully in a practical setting

element 4

Successfully execute carnal relations

performance criteria

4.1                   Prove execution of success through witness statement.

4.2                   Oral presentation describing candidate's performance

element 5

examine the change in values and reservations in New Zealand during this festive period

performance criteria

5.1                   Describe the changes in values and reservations

5.2                   Evaluate how these changes affect the candidate's ability to use the seduction techniques described in element 3.1.

5.3                   Evaluate how these changes have affected the candidate's success in unit standard 382569


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Special Comments

1. Fetishes can be grounds for being assessed not yet competent at the marker's descretion.

 

 

2. Compassionate consideration will be given to candidate's or partners who comatose due to inebriation

during carnal relations.

 

 

Comments to:

Not Getting Any On New Years Authority (General Education)

Unit Standard Revision

DUNEDIN

 

by February 2008.

 

 

Please Note: Providers must be accredited by the N.G.A.O.N.Y.A

before they can offer programmes of education and training

assessed against unit standards.

 

 

Accredited providers assessing against unit standards must

engage with the moderation system that applies to those unit

standards. [Please refer to relevant Plan ref: 0220]

 

 


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  # 98602 6-Dec-2007 17:44
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TELL ME THE NAME OF THAT COURSE!! ( I swear, I'm asking for everyone else who wants to go back to school for it!!)

Another one, less stupid, is the question about a feminist view of certain locations. I mean, the only knowledge a generic majority of teenage males have is that garnered from watching Borat.

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# 98625 6-Dec-2007 19:46
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ha ha, someone must've got bored after their exams.

 
 
 
 


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  # 98655 6-Dec-2007 22:05
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LOL...  Send it back with the spelling mistakes corrected like my mum used to.  'Percuring'?  Is that anything like 'procuring'?  By the way, I have to admit it was a bit too long for my wee short attention span, so I lost the plot about a quarter of the way through.  Actually just after 'Percuring'.  Reminds me of my 15YO's social science question about what he would do if he had to choose between two bands who's concerts were on at the same time.  Can't remember the two bands, but he did score zero for saying the choice to stay at home was easy... 

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