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Critical analysis of FOUR publications.

ED4008 Rubric Summative Assessment 1

ED4008

Assessment 1:

Critical analysis of FOUR publications. 

 (2000 words)

 

Learning outcome 1:

 

Consider key concepts in language use, diasporas and transnational communities

Learning outcome 5:

 

Demonstrate appropriate academic integrity, avoiding plagiarism and/or collusion and/or other forms of academic misconduct, by use of citation and reference as appropriate for the degree subject, using their own academic voice.

 

Learning outcome 6:

 

Demonstrate evidence of reflection on performance on a piece of work by implementing feedback given, and demonstrating this in subsequent work.

 

80%+

Excellent, comprehensive, in-depth coverage of the issues highlighted in the publications. Well-researched and well-informed knowledge base relevant to assignment.  Clear and consistent evidence of knowledge of current issues and their influence on practice.

 

Academic literature

-Comprehensive and in depth range of relevant knowledge and reading.

-Includes sources from module reading list as well as evidence of extensive independent reading and research. 

 

Structure, organisation and academic register

-Clear and logically structured presentation.

- Includes effective introduction and conclusion where appropriate, which add to the overall impact of the work. 

-Paragraphs are logically constructed, ordered and linked, and contribute strongly to the overall clarity of the work.

- No errors in writing. 

 

References and citations

-Work is accurately referenced throughout.

-Reference list accurately formatted.

In-depth evidence in this summative assessment task of changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

70-79%

Comprehensive coverage of the issues highlighted in the publications. Well-informed knowledge base relevant to assignment. Discussion of current issues and their influence on practice.

 

Academic literature

- Comprehensive range of relevant knowledge and reading.

- Includes resources from the module reading list as well as evidence of significant independent reading and research. 

 

Structure, organisation and academic register

-Clear and suitably structured presentation.

-Includes effective introduction and conclusion where appropriate, which add to the overall impact of the work.

 -Paragraphs are logically constructed, ordered and linked, and contribute strongly to the overall clarity of the work. 

-There may be a very small number of errors in writing.

 

 

References and citations

-Citations used throughout.

-Reference list matches in-text citations. -May include very small number of errors in presentation of citations.

 

Detailed evidence in this summative assessment task of changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

60-69%

Broad coverage of the issues highlighted in the four selected publications, demonstrating knowledge. Theory consistently applied to practice. Awareness of current issues and their influence on practice.

 

Academic literature

-Broad range of reading, including but not limited to the module reading list.

 

Structure, organisation and academic register

-Clear and suitably structured presentation.

-Includes relevant introduction and conclusion where appropriate

-Paragraphs are logically constructed and linked, and contribute to overall clarity of the work.

-May include small number of errors in writing. 

 

References and citations

-Citations throughout.

-Reference list which reflects in-text citations.

-May be a small number of errors in presentation of citations and reference list.

Appropriate evidence in this summative assessment task of changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

50-59%

Cites appropriate and relevant theory in relation to the four selected publications. Consistent application of appropriate theory to practice.

 

 

Academic literature

- Cites appropriate and relevant theory, mostly drawing on sources from the module reading list.

- Knowledge may not be supported by reading in the most appropriate way.

 

Structure, organisation and academic register

-There may be some errors in grammar, spelling and punctuation though the meaning and intention is clear. 

- An appropriate structure is used, as per guidance given.

 

References and citations

-Contains in-text citation and reference list.

-Referencing is likely to contain some errors but these are minor and correct authors are cited.

Suitable evidence in this summative assessment task of changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

40-49%

Describes appropriate and relevant theory, based on the four selected publications.

 

 

Academic literature

- Draws on a small number of introductory or basic sources from the core reading.

 

Structure, organisation and academic register

- Some evidence of appropriate structure; work will include paragraphs though these may not be logically constructed. 

- Where required there will be an attempt at an introduction and conclusion.

-Meets module specific criteria.

- Work likely to contain errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation.

 

References and citations

-Includes citations and a reference list.

-Referencing will contain errors

Some evidence in this summative assessment task of changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

 

PASS THRESHOLD

 

39-30%

Some evidence of understanding key concepts and subject area BUT a limited range of relevant theory. Lacks logical structure and sequence. 

 

 Academic literature

-Limited evidence of academic reading from the module.

 

Structure, organisation and academic register

-Does not meet all the criteria and requirements of the assignment.

- Lacks logical structure and sequence; introduction and conclusion will have limited effectiveness; paragraphs will not link coherently.   

.   Multiple errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation. 

 

References and citations

-Limited attempts at referencing, though this will contain errors.

- Some citations demonstrate engagement with relevant reading from module.

Little evidence in this summative assessment task of changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

29 -20%

Some evidence of understanding key concepts and subject area, although this is confused, poorly expressed and somewhat incomplete. 

 

Academic literature

-Very limited evidence of engaging with recommended academic reading.

 

Structure, organisation and academic register

- Fails to meet the criteria and requirements of the assignment/exam throughout.

- Multiple errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation  

- There has been some attempt to structure the work in accordance with the set guidance, for example by attempting to include an introduction or paragraphs though these will not be well constructed.

 

References and citations

-Referencing, where included, is incorrect. 

 

Very little evidence in this summative assessment task of changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

Below 20%

A poor effort. No evidence of understanding key concepts, module content or subject area.

 

Academic literature

-No reference to suitable literature

 

Structure, organisation and academic register

- Does not meet the set criteria, nor the learning outcomes

- Multiple errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation. 

- There has been no attempt to structure the work in accordance with the set guidance.

 

References and citations

Referencing, where included, is incorrect.

 

No evidence in this summative assessment task of changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

 

 

ED4008 Rubric Summative Assessment 1

ED4008

Assessment 1:

Critical analysis of FOUR publications. 

 (2000 words)

 

Learning outcome 1:

 

Consider key concepts in language use, diasporas and transnational communities

Learning outcome 5:

 

Demonstrate appropriate academic integrity, avoiding plagiarism and/or collusion and/or other forms of academic misconduct, by use of citation and reference as appropriate for the degree subject, using their own academic voice.

 

Learning outcome 6:

 

Demonstrate evidence of reflection on performance on a piece of work by implementing feedback given, and demonstrating this in subsequent work.

 

80%+

Excellent, comprehensive, in-depth coverage of the issues highlighted in the publications. Well-researched and well-informed knowledge base relevant to assignment.  Clear and consistent evidence of knowledge of current issues and their influence on practice.

 

Academic literature

-Comprehensive and in depth range of relevant knowledge and reading.

-Includes sources from module reading list as well as evidence of extensive independent reading and research. 

 

Structure, organisation and academic register

-Clear and logically structured presentation.

- Includes effective introduction and conclusion where appropriate, which add to the overall impact of the work. 

-Paragraphs are logically constructed, ordered and linked, and contribute strongly to the overall clarity of the work.

- No errors in writing. 

 

References and citations

-Work is accurately referenced throughout.

-Reference list accurately formatted.

In-depth evidence in this summative assessment task of changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

70-79%

Comprehensive coverage of the issues highlighted in the publications. Well-informed knowledge base relevant to assignment. Discussion of current issues and their influence on practice.

 

Academic literature

- Comprehensive range of relevant knowledge and reading.

- Includes resources from the module reading list as well as evidence of significant independent reading and research. 

 

Structure, organisation and academic register

-Clear and suitably structured presentation.

-Includes effective introduction and conclusion where appropriate, which add to the overall impact of the work.

 -Paragraphs are logically constructed, ordered and linked, and contribute strongly to the overall clarity of the work. 

-There may be a very small number of errors in writing.

 

 

References and citations

-Citations used throughout.

-Reference list matches in-text citations. -May include very small number of errors in presentation of citations.

 

Detailed evidence in this summative assessment task of changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

60-69%

Broad coverage of the issues highlighted in the four selected publications, demonstrating knowledge. Theory consistently applied to practice. Awareness of current issues and their influence on practice.

 

Academic literature

-Broad range of reading, including but not limited to the module reading list.

 

Structure, organisation and academic register

-Clear and suitably structured presentation.

-Includes relevant introduction and conclusion where appropriate

-Paragraphs are logically constructed and linked, and contribute to overall clarity of the work.

-May include small number of errors in writing. 

 

References and citations

-Citations throughout.

-Reference list which reflects in-text citations.

-May be a small number of errors in presentation of citations and reference list.

Appropriate evidence in this summative assessment task of changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

50-59%

Cites appropriate and relevant theory in relation to the four selected publications. Consistent application of appropriate theory to practice.

 

 

Academic literature

- Cites appropriate and relevant theory, mostly drawing on sources from the module reading list.

- Knowledge may not be supported by reading in the most appropriate way.

 

Structure, organisati

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