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Assessment task 2


Assessment task 2
Part 1 Describe the essential ingredients of interpretation.Think about how they relate to each other in the interpretation you deliver. The interpretive message (what is the message you are trying to get across?) The audience (who) Setting and context (where and the environment) The interpretive technique (how to deliver) Part 2 Describe how the essential ingredients of interpretation relate to each other. Describe means you must write your answers in a paragraph and explain the ingredients in full. Short answers and bullet points will not be accepted by your assessor.

Something we must pay attention to
A meeting is a must about ten days before travelers who want to travel to New Zealand. However, it is helpful for the one who want his trip going well. Before we came to New Zealand, we must know something about what can us take and what we can’t. This is a seriously problem or it may bring trouble on you. As we are travelers, we take what we need. However, maybe you have friends or relatives in New Zealand and you like to take something as gift to them. New Zealand encourages travelers not to bring food into New Zealand as many of them pose serious risks. In general, perishable food is prohibited. Purpose of prohibition for Agricultural items and food is the increasing volume of trade and travel is placing extra pressure on new Zeeland biosecurity systems. New pests and diseases can not only have an impact on human

health but can also damage agriculture and horticultural production, forestry and tourism, and trade in international markets. Only certain species of plants can be imported into New Zealand as nursery stock. A phytosanitary Certificate (obtained from the country of origin) must accompany all nursery stock entering New Zealand. A permit to import will be required for all nursery stock. Thousands of seed species can enter New Zealand once they have been positively identified and inspected by MAFBNZ Inspectors. Other seeds must undergo field inspections, testing or treatment before biosecurity clearance is granted. If you want to bring seeds with you, you must check more information on the entry requirements refer to the Importing Seed for sowing section. No fresh flowers, Forest and Wood Products come with you. Fruit and Vegetables, is prohibited, too. In general, fresh fruits and vegetables are prohibited entry due to their risk status in New Zealand. Fresh fruit and vegetables can only be imported, where they have been assessed from a specific country, and a specific Import Health Standard or schedule is in place. New Zealand has many deferent kinds of fruit at anytime and there are so many you can’t find in China. When we arriving in New Zealand, we need to declared goods we take. The following classes of goods must be declared to the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI): Food of any kind; Plants or parts of plants (alive or dead); Animals (alive or dead) or their products; Equipment used with animals; Equipment such as camping gear, golf clubs, and used bicycles; Biological specimens. Dried edible plant products require inspection on arrival to determine risk status. In the case of some seeds (especially popping corn) specific conditions for importation apply. All nuts for eating, particularly those in shells, require inspection. In the case of whole macadamia and walnuts, treatment may be necessary. Whether fresh or dried, living or dead, large or small, common or rare, all plant material must be declared. Items may require treatment or an import permit, and some products will not be allowed to be imported at all. Travelers who fill out the Biosecurity/Quarantine section of the Passenger Arrival Card incorrectly risk an instant fine of $400. More than that, you could be fined up to $100,000, or get a prison term of up to five years, for serious breaches of New Zealand's biosecurity laws.


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