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Youth and Youth Movements in the Modern World
Assessment 1: Report
Your first assignment will be a 1,500 word report on the history of one youth movement/organisation.
The expectations of this piece of assessment are:
Word count: 1,500 words (counts for 50% of the overall grade for this module)
The following will not be included in the word-count: bibliography, appendices (such as a timeline), tables, illustrations and their captions.
Specific aspects of the marking criteria that will be drawn on when assessing the assignment:
You should be able to…
Knowledge & understanding:
Research and enquiry
Suggested report structure
You may wish to follow the structure below for your report, but please note this is not prescriptive – there is supposed to be room for creativity and originality here! It is up to you how long each section will be.
Introduction – key factual information about your chosen organisation, dates, details of founders, how many young people involved, does it still exist today?
Historical background – why was this organisation formed/founded at this point? What was the wider social, economic and political context?
Aims/objectives – What were / are the primary goals of this organisation/movement? Was there a key individual who founded it?
Activities – How did the organisation attempt to achieve these goals? How successful was it? What, if anything, changed over time?
Response – What do you know about the young people involved in the organisation and what they got out of participation?
Evaluation – what is the significance of this organisation or movement for the history of youth? What are the main historiographical debates about this organisation or movement?
Conclusion – why this organisation is of interest to historians of youth? What is the legacy of this organisation today?
References: List all the sources used including primary and secondary sources, websites, blogs etc.
Things you are strongly encouraged to include – images, tables or charts, timelines, quotations from key individuals.