Prog 511 - RICHFIELD GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY(PTY...

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RICHFIELD GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (PTY) LTD FACULTY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMING 511 1 ST SEMESTER ASSIGNMENT Name & Surname: _________________________________ ICAS No: _________________ Qualification: ______________________ Semester: _____ Module Name: __________________________ Date Submitted: ___________ ASSESSMENT CRITERIA MARK ALLOCATION EXAMINER MARKS MODERATOR MARKS MARKS FOR CONTENT QUESTION ONE 30 QUESTION TWO 30 QUESTION THREE 30 TOTAL MARKS 90 MARKS FOR TECHNICAL ASPECTS 1. TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 2. LAYOUT AND SPELLING 3 3. REFERENCE 5 TOTAL MARKS 10 TOTAL MARKS FOR ASSIGNMENT 100 Examiner’s Comments: Moderator’s Comments: Signature of Examiner: Signature of Moderator: NB: 1. Candidates are advised to read the guide lines on page 2. 2. Assignment questions are on page 3. 3. For reference use prescribed, recommended books and other PROGRAMMING (VB.NET) source you may come across. 4. Correct referencing carries 10 Marks
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The purpose of an assignment is to ensure that the Learner is able to: Use methods of enquiry and research in a disciplined field. Interpret and evaluate text. Have a sound understanding of key principles and theories, rules and awareness. Solve unfamiliar problems using correct procedures as well as investigate and critically analyse information and report thereof. Present and communicate information reliably and coherently. Instructions and guidelines for writing assignments 1. Use the correct cover page provided by the institution. 2. All essay type assignments must include the following: 2.1 Table of contents 2.2 Introduction 2.3 Main body with subheadings 2.4 Conclusions and recommendations 2.5 Bibliography 3. The length of the entire assignment
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