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There is some connection between the personal reflection and the assessment theme: - social context and socialisation - attachment and social relationships - self and identity Makes basic connections between personal reflection on the topics and human development theories related to the assessment theme: - social context and socialisation - attachment and social relationships 8
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University of Wollongong HAS 121 Human Development in Social Context - self and identity Students who exceed expectations will demonstrate scholarly engagement with concepts from the readings, lectures and tutorials. Introduction and conclusion (1 mark) An introduction and/or conclusion is missing: the paper begins or ends abruptly. An introduction and conclusion are present but do not fully preview or summarise main points. There is an introduction that previews the contents of the paper and a conclusion that summarises main points. To exceed expectations: There is an engaging introduction that captures reader’s interest and previews the contents of the assessment and a conclusion that summarises main points in a reflective manner. Use of Harvard referencing style (1 mark) Harvard referencing style is not used correctly. Harvard style is used correctly for some but not the majority of citations and references. Harvard style is used correctly for the majority of citations and references with minimal errors. To exceed expectations: Harvard referencing style is used correctly for all citations and references. Organization and writing style (2 marks) The information appears to be disorganized. Frequent issues The information is adequately organised but paragraphs are not well-constructed The report is organised and structured with well- constructed 9
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University of Wollongong HAS 121 Human Development in Social Context with sentence construction and/or spelling and grammar detract from the paper. and clear transitions are not provided. There are some issues with sentence construction and/or grammar but overall meaning is clear. paragraphs To exceed expectations: Information is clear and well-organized with well- constructed paragraphs and transitions, Pleasure to read. Top tips for doing week on the Reflection on themes assessments (Assessments 1, 2 & 3): Fully answer the questions for that assessment Tell stories that illustrate the concepts in the questions Follow the parameters of good writing: Be sure to have an introduction and conclusion, well-constructed paragraphs with topic sentences, connect ideas between paragraphs using transitions and check your grammar and spelling Connect to class material and be sure to cite and reference that material When you connect your experiences and ideas to HAS 121 concepts, be sure to use the Harvard referencing method. Let’s have a look at how to cite the readings and lecture notes. Using UOW Harvard style How do I cite and reference the readings and lecture? The UOW Harvard style guide is the best source for examples of how to format your citations and references: Adapted from UOW Harvard style guide: For books: The material in your reader is excerpted from textbooks. The correct way to cite and reference this material is by using information about the original source.
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  • Thought, University of Wollongong

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