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1. Discuss the roles and uses of Belbin’s team role theory in building your dance team?

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  • Post Date 2018-11-03T13:31:18+00:00
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1. Discuss the roles and uses of Belbin’s team role theory in building your dance team?

Learning outcomes to be examined in this assessment

  • Understand and have knowledge and skills of

awareness of professional ethics, leadership and

staff management as an accounting and finance

professional in a business environment.

 

  • Use appropriate technologies to facilitate the

completion of self-analysis/reflection.

  • To reflect, analyse and discuss strengths,

weaknesses, and opportunities professionally in

accounting and finance.

  • Understand and look to improve their own

personal strengths in relation to the environment.

Percentage of marks awarded for module:

 This portfolio assignment is worth 25% of the total marks for the module

Assessment criteria

Explanatory comments on the assessment criteria  

Maximum marks for each section 

Content, style, relevance, originality 

Clear demonstration of rigorous research from recognised authoritative sources. Audience focus. 

 30%

Format, referencing, bibliography

Harvard

 10 %

Constructive critical analysis, introduction, conclusion

Demonstration of a clear understanding of the issues, use academic models

 60%

 


Assignment Task:

Task 3 (500 words)

UCLA intends to start a group dance competition on behalf of the student’s union. You are interested to participate in the competition and wants to make a dance team. Outline different stages in the formation of the team.

You are required to:

  1. 1.    Discuss the roles and uses of Belbin’s team role theory in building your dance team?                                                                                                 (Marks:15)                                                                                                                        
  2. 2.    Discuss Maslow’s theory of motivation.                                             (Marks:10)

                                                                         Total marks for the Task 3: 25 

Indicative Grade

UK% marks

Characteristics.

Distinction

70%+

Very high standard of critical analysis using appropriate conceptual frameworks.

Excellent understanding and exposition of relevant issues.

Clearly structured and logically developed arguments.

Good awareness of nuances and complexities.

Substantial evidence of well-executed independent research.

Excellent evaluation and synthesis of source material.

Relevant data and examples, all properly referenced.

Merit

69-60%

High standard of critical analysis using appropriate conceptual frameworks.

Clear awareness and exposition of relevant issues.

Clearly structured and logically developed argument.

Awareness of nuances and complexities.

Evidence of independent research.

Good evaluation and synthesis of source material.

Relevant data and examples, all properly referenced.

Pass

59-50%

Uses appropriate conceptual frameworks.

Attempts analysis but includes some errors and /or omissions.

Shows awareness of issues but no more than to be expected room attendance at classes.

Arguments reasonably clear but underdeveloped.

Insufficient evidence of independent research.

Insufficient evaluation of source material.

Some good use of relevant data and examples but incompletely referenced.

Pass

49-40%

An understanding of appropriate conceptual frameworks.

Answer too descriptive and or any attempt at analysis is superficial containing errors and omission.

Shows limited awareness of issues but also some confusion.

Arguments not particularly clear.

Limited evidence of independent research and reliance on a superficial repeat of class notes.

Relatively superficial use of relevant data sources and examples and poorly referenced.

 

 

PASS MARK=40%

 

E

39-30%

Weak understanding of appropriate conceptual frameworks. Weak analysis and several errors and omissions.

Establishes a few relevant points but superficial and confused exposition of issues.

No evidence of independent research and poor understanding of class notes or no use of relevant data, sources and examples and no references.

 

 

 


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