Assessment 3: Creating Safe Spaces (45% of total grade)
|HD (85-100)||D (75-84)||C (65-74)||Pass (50-64)||Fail (0-49)||Total|
|Report demonstrates a deep understanding of the concept of safe spaces and how this concept is demonstrated in the media clip. The discussion is very well supported by academic sources.
The report includes :
· concise, clear introduction, all components included
· concise, clear and relevant summary of scenario
· comprehensive review of literature
· concise and insightful observations and discussion
· clear, appropriate and supported recommendations
· clear conclusion concisely summing up the report
45 43 41 40 39 38
|Report demonstrates a good understanding of the concept of safe spaces and how this is demonstrated in the film clip. The discussion is supported by academic sources.
The report includes:
· clear introduction, all components included
· clear and relevant summary of scenario
· substantial review of literature
· thoughtful observations and discussion
· clear and appropriate recommendations
· Clear conclusion
37 36 35 34
|Report demonstrates a reasonable understanding of the concept of safe spaces and how this is shown in the film clip. The discussion is mostly supported by academic sources.
The report includes
· mostly clear introduction, components included
· mostly clear and relevant summary of scenario
· adequate review of literature
· relevant observations and discussion
· mostly clear conclusion
33 32 31 30 29
|Report demonstrates a very basic understanding of the concept of safe spaces and how this is shown in the film clip. Academic sources are only occasionally integrated in the report. There may be some irrelevant information
The report includes most of the required sections, but these are not sufficiently completed. The report may seem fragmented, or difficult to understand the relationships between each section.
28 27 26 25 24 23
|Report demonstrates no understanding of the how the concept of safe spaces is demonstrated in the film. There is almost no reference to academic sources. There may be some irrelevant information
Some required sections of the report are missing, or inadequately completed. It is unclear how the sections of the report relate to each other.
22 15 10 8 5 0
|Appropriate report structure with sections clearly titled, numbered and formatted according to the template instructions.
Content logically and cohesively developed through the summary, literature review, discussion and recommendation sections.
No repetition between sections.
20 19 18 17
|Appropriate report structure with sections mostly titled, numbered and formatted according to the template instructions.
Content logically developed through the summary, literature review, discussion and recommendation sections.
Very little repetition between sections.
|Report structure apparent, with sections clearly identified, numbering and titling of section could be clearer.
The organisation is logical, however some areas need further development.
There is some repetition between sections.
|Report structure apparent, but section identification and numbering is missing.
Organisation is generally clear but lacks cohesion which makes the ideas difficult to follow.
Some unnecessary duplication of ideas or information is present.
12 11 10
|The report is unclear; paragraphs are incoherent or under developed; seems disorganised.
There is almost no cohesion between different sections.
Repetition of ideas are frequent.
9 7 5 3 1
Word choice, Punctuation, grammar and spelling
|Writing is error free.
10 9.5 9 8 8.5
|There is only the occasional error in word choice, grammar, spelling, and punctuation
8.4 8 7.5
|There may be some errors in word choice, grammar, spelling, and punctuation but these mostly do not interfere with meaning.
|The number of errors in word choice, grammar, spelling, and punctuation make it difficult at times to understand the ideas and/or affect cohesion of the text
|Report has serious and persistent errors in word choice, grammar, spelling, and punctuation which significantly interfere with meaning.
4 3 2 1 0
|Professional physical layout and attention to detail
Student name, student number and page numbers in footer
Title of assessment in header
Assignment file name saved with correct labelling format (name, unit, assign number).
10 9 8.5
|Well-designed physical layout and attention to detail
Student name, student number , title of assessments and page numbers are in header and/or footer.
Name, unit, assign number details in the assignment file name.
|Clear layout with work neatly presented. Maybe occasional formatting errors.
Student and assessment identification are in headers and footers, but identification not complete.
Page numbers are missing
|Acceptable physical layout, but not consistently applied to each part of the report. Some errors.
Student identification and title of assessment are partly in headers and footers.
File not submitted in the requested format (.doc) for marking.
|Physical layout detracts from the content of the report.
May be inconsistent design, or inappropriate design.
Significant number of formatting errors.
Student identification and title of assessment are not in headers and footers.
4 3 2 1 0
|Sources are clearly integrated in the report through accurate use of summary, paraphrase, and quotation
In-text citation used accurately according to the APA Style Guide
The report consistently and accurately uses APA 6th referencing style for text and images
Contents of the reference list accurately reflect the sources used in the report
Reference list formatted accurately according to the APA Style Guide
15 14 13
|Sources are clearly related to the content of the report and there is an appropriate use of paraphrase or quotation.
In-text citation mostly used accurately according to the APA Style Guide. One or two errors are present.
There is mostly accurate use of APA 6th referencing style for text and images.
Contents of the reference list mostly reflect the sources used in the report
Reference list mostly formatted accurately according to the APA Style Guide. One or two errors present.
12.5 12 11.5
|Sources are used to substantiate the ideas in the report, and generally appropriate use is made of paraphrase or quotation.
An attempt has been made to use in-text citation according to the APA Style Guide. Some errors are present.
Use of APA 6th referencing style for text and images has been attempted. However some errors present.
Contents of the reference list reflect the sources used in the report, but some discrepancies are present.
Reference list partly formatted according to the APA Style Guide, but some errors present.
11 10.5 10
|Source material may be used un-critically, may lack variety, or is mostly limited to quotation.
An attempt to use APA 6th referencing style for in-text citations, but many errors or absences.
APA 6th referencing style is used but not always accurately or consistently for text and images.
Reference list and contents of the report only match up partially. Many discrepancies present.
APA 6th referencing style has been used to format the reference list, but many errors present.
9 8.5 8 7.5
|Source material may be misquoted, poorly paraphrased, used uncritically, or has an unclear relationship to the content of the report.
Inaccurate use of referencing, or a complete absence of referencing.
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
|45% of total grade||11.25|
Unfortunately you have not passed this assignment. You will need to resubmit by Thursday 27th of October, the highest mark you will receive is a pass if acceptable. You have spent much of the report discussing the impact of smoking, instead of explore the concept of by being cultural intelligent and developing a safe space.
Major areas of concern are
- Literature section – Here you need to provide me with your definitions of cultural awareness, cultural intelligence, and the capabilities, cultural judgement, cultural empathy ect. Make sure you reference.
- Observation – Instead of putting in the pictures in a table (use the example on the template) Observe the body language in the clip is it inclusive or exclusive. How are they talking nice or nasty, are they making remarks that offend.
- Discussion – Here you need to link the observations with the literature. Eg Holly and Steiner explore the concept of safe spaces, which is clearly not displayed in the clip, due to ………………
- Recommendation – Here you make recommendations of what the characters should do to develop cultural intelligence and foster a safe space.