integrate information from different sources to address basic problems relating

Integrate information from different sources to

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integrate information from different sources to address basic problems relating to the general principles of the law of contract, specific contracts and certain aspects of commercial law in a business environment apply knowledge of the general principles of the law of contract, specific contracts and certain aspects of commercial law to authentic and simulated scenarios use the information to explore relationships between business and principles of the law of contract identify, analyse and serve the commercial needs of individuals and society creatively and innovatively demonstrate efficient information-gathering, analysis and synthesis, and evaluation skills demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems by recognising that problem-solving contexts do not exist in isolation, and by acknowledging their responsibilities to those in the local and broader community 8.2 Assessment plan The tuition method for this module consists of both formative assessment and summative assessment. The year mark counts 20% and the examination mark counts 80%. In other words: the mark obtained for the two compulsory assignments (year mark) will count 20% towards your final mark, provided that you obtain an examination mark of at least 40%. You therefore need to obtain a subminimum of at least 40% in the examination before your year mark can be taken into account. This means that a student who has obtained at least 40% in the examination and who has a good year mark will have a great advantage above another student who has no year mark or a poor year mark. 8.3 Assignments numbers 8.3.1 General assignments numbers There are two assignments per semester, namely assignment 01 and 02. 8.3.2 Unique assignments numbers and due dates Assignments have different unique numbers. Make sure that you have the correct unique number for the assignment before writing and submitting the assignment. FIRST SEMESTER The first semester assignments can be found under the Addendum. Assignments number Assignment type Due date Unique number Assignment 01: Written 23 March 2020 624302 Assignment 02: MCQ 15 April 2020 869451
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10 SECOND SEMESTER The second semester assignments can be found under the Addendum. Assignment number Assignment type Due date Unique number Assignment 01: Written 24 August 2020 619639 Assignment 02: MCQ 14 September 2020 624537 8.4 Submission of assignments Assignments are seen as part of the study material for this module. You will thus be actively engaged in learning when you do the assignments, study the study guide and the prescribed textbook and discuss the work with fellow students or e-tutors. Your assignments must reach us on or before the submission dates . For detailed information and requirements as far as assignments are concerned, see the brochure Study @ Unisa .
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