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Response utilises all or most key evaluation criteria

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response utilises all or most key evaluation criteria covered in the unit including sampling procedures, analysis methods or presentation of results. Student identifies whether the strengths and limitations were addressed in the media article. /7 0 marks 1-3 marks 3.5-4.5 marks 5-6 marks 7 marks Propose alternate methods of data collection Student does not attempt to propose alternate methods of data collection/analysis. Student attempts to propose alternate methods of data collection/analysis but these are not clearly detailed. Student does not provide justification for the alternate methods or the justification is incorrect. Student proposes alternate methods of data collection/analysis but there is room for more detail or clarity in parts. The alternate methods proposed are not well justified. Student proposes alternate methods of data collection/analysis which are well justified. There is, however, room for more detail or clarity in parts. Student proposes alternate methods of data collection/analysis in a clear and detailed way. The alternate methods are justified well. /4 0 marks 1 marks 2 marks 3 marks 4 marks Writing style: Readability including English expression, spelling, grammar (sentence structures) and proper paragraph structures Unacceptable level of written expression including frequent spelling and grammatical errors. Meaning is unclear.
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