Do not submit any assessments by eMail to the tutor or convenor Assessment

Do not submit any assessments by email to the tutor

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Do not submit any assessments by eMail to the tutor or convenor. Assessment Procedures This assessment procedure describes the process followed by your tutor and convenor in arriving at a grade allocation for this assignment. The procedure is as follows: Grading of work is undertaken by the group’s tutor in the first instance, followed by verification procedures designed to achieve uniformity of standards in the awarding of grades. Warnings! 1. It is expected that your report be of acceptable content and structure as this is a final year undergraduate unit. A clearly understand the submission requirements is essential. 2. You will not pass if you do not comply with the assessment task requirements. 3. The work you submit must be your work only. It must be YOUR work only and nobody else’s. 4. You MUST submit the report by using the Canvas. Assistance can be obtained from ADSHelp [03] 9214 5295. 5. Don’t forget to keep a backup. If your assessment task goes astray, whether your fault or ours, you will be required to re-produce it. Lack of back-up will not meet with any sympathy whatsoever! 6. Late submission of assignments may result in a lower grade for the assessment task in terms of the Swinburne assessment guidelines as suggested in the unit outline.
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Page 4 of 6 Sample Grade Descriptions The grade descriptions represent features typically to be found in work at each grade level; they do not attempt to match or describe precisely the work of any individual student. HD - Demonstrated a clear understanding of the issues relevant to the assignment tasks, and their wider implications, in a substantiated view that was organised and cohesive. Demonstrated a very high level of scholarship, and used fluent and persuasive language with assurance and precision, to achieve a highly effective communication with the reader. D - Demonstrated understanding of the complexities of the assignment relevant to the tasks. Achieved effective selection and ordering of ideas. Demonstrated a high level of scholarship, presented views on the tasks with confidence, and using fluent and persuasive language. C - Identified all major aspects of the assignment. Demonstrated an adequate level of scholarship, and achieved a coherent ordering of ideas and expressed a view in clear and accurate language. P - Identified most major aspects of the assignment. Demonstrated some evidence of scholarship, and presented some ideas relevant to the tasks. Demonstrated adequate organisation and language control. Typical marking and grading for this assessment task appears on the next page.
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Page 5 of 6 Marking Criteria High Distinction Distinction Credit Pass Fail Score (10 to >8) (8 to >7) (7 to >6) (6 to >5) (5 to 0) Presentation and writing style /10 marks With a strong professional layout, includes; Executive Summary, Table of Contents, Headers / Footers, etc.
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