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Very limited argument, no evaluation and barely addressing the task. Personal opinion with some reading apparent, but not cited. Little structure and coherence and many arguments are unclear due to very poor English. 10–19% Seriously flawed subject knowledge and understanding. Seriously flawed argument with no use of theoretical material and not addressing the task. Unclear whether reading has taken place and no reading cited. Much of the assignment cannot be understood due to seriously flawed English. 1-9% No subject knowledge and understanding at all. No attempt to address the task. No reading apparent nor cited. Entirely illegible. 0% Any work not submitted, work that is erroneously submitted, work that does not address the assessment brief or work that is submitted as a corrupted, unreadable file. Name only (examinations).
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12. Special Instructions This is an individual assignment (a 2500 word essay, +/-10%). You are expected to work independently on this assignment and the work submitted should be all your own work. A series of ‘bullet points’ is not acceptable. A well-argued and coherent analysis is expected, together with relevant and justified conclusions. You should include appropriate Operations Management theory, diagrams and models to support your analysis. Remember there is a penalty for late submission. Please remember we are available / approachable to give advice and assistance to improve your understanding of the subject material. ASK IF YOU ARE STRUGGLING. Referencing References to appropriate literature are expected and all sources of published material must be correctly referenced - using the Harvard system. Careful referencing of sources is vital when making use of the work of others. You are expected to employ the referencing conventions recommended in the Course. These conventions apply to information taken from internet sources, as well as books, journals and lectures. If you are unsure of the way to reference properly, seek advice from a member of staff before you submit the assessment. These are some of the points you should check before submitting your work: Are all direct quotations, from both primary and secondary sources, suitably acknowledged (placed in quotation marks or indented)? Have you provided full details of the source of the quotation, according to the referencing convention used in the Course? Have you acknowledged the source of ideas not your own, even if you are not quoting directly from the source? Have you avoided close paraphrase from sources? (Check that you are not presenting other people’s words or phrasing as if they are your own.) If you have worked closely with others in preparing for this assessment, is the material you are presenting sufficiently your own? If you are unsure of the way to reference properly, seek advice from your module tutor or if necessary another member of staff before you submit the assessment. In submitting your work for assessment you are making a statement that it is your own work, it has not been submitted for any other assessment, and it does not infringe the ethical principles set out in the University’s Handbook for Research Ethics. 21
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