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Requirements of the task and how to accomplish them
This assessment task requires a focused reading of:
a) A clear response that addresses each of the principles in the provided template, and very importantly,
b) The content of your responses must demonstrate the assessment criteria as set out in the marking criteria.
Some considerations and points to be mindful of about the kind of critical analysis and reflection that is required for this criterion:
There are three elements to consider in addressing this criterion:
Statements about practices that are valuable/effective/not recommended etc. or recommendations for enhancing practice should be ‘backed up’, where possible, by relevant and appropriate literature, theory or research evidence that supports your position. To build on this point, I know that many of you are educators working in settings and that you will be able to make sound judgements based on your experience and knowledge of the children and families that you work alongside. However, for the purposes of this assessment task, it is additionally important to show that your recommendations are also supported by the literature you have been studying in this subject or by your professional reading more generally.
NB. This criterion builds on Criterion 2 by acknowledging where you have provided evidence of reading and engagement with a broader range of relevant literature and theory other than the subject readings.
I think this one is fairly self-explanatory for fourth year students but please ask any questions that come up for you as you proof-read your writing, citations and reference list.
As this is a critical reflection of practices you have experienced, it is okay to write in first person. However, this does not mean that you can be “informal” in your writing. You must still maintain professional language at all time. Remember that the recommendations and analysis of the audited practices should be informed by evidence and factual information rather than personal opinion.
Please note that academic writing conventions are an expectation in this task. Reflections and recommendations for future directions need to be presented in correctly formed paragraphs and grammatically correct and complete sentences. Please do not let the tabulated proforma distract you from maintaining appropriate paragraph structure for this assessment. Paragraphs should be organised well and should never consist of one sentence. They should each present one idea and the related discussion.
As academic writing is a marking criteria, please do not use dot points throughout your whole assessment. It is okay to use dot points sparingly when you think it will clarify what you are saying, but even then, sentences need to be fully formed and grammatically correct.