Assessment 2: Developing an Effective Project Plan Report

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MSc in Project Management Session: 2022/2023 Semester: SEM1 Module Number: 7503BEQR Module Title: Project Management Fundamentals Type of Coursework: CW2-Report (weight: 70%) Module Leader: Dr Waiel SAID ASSIGNMENT BRIEF – CW2 Report This module assignment has two components: 1) a presentation, and 2) a report. This Assignment Brief is focused on the second assignment, the report only (coursework 2; CW2, as mentioned hereunder in Table 1). The report should be submitted anonymously and should just contain your student ID number. Please make sure you do not have your name anywhere on the report pages. The following dates are for Cohort MScPM8 (with Dr Waiel Said), for Cohort MSc PM9, students have to confirm with Lecturer: Mr. Mohammed. M. Mousoof: Table 1. 7503BEQR CW2 Report Assignment, characteristics and submission details. Submission Date Length Weighting Learning Outcomes Report 15-Nov-2022 (23:59) 4000 words (+/- 10%) 70% 1-5 The report needs to be submitted electronically through CANVAS. Text included within visual aids (e.g. tables, figures, charts, etc.) does not contribute to the overall wordcount. a. Assignment Brief (CW2) Report – 4000 words (+/-10%) Report Assignment Background You are employed in a sector of your choice as a project manager and your team has just completed the delivery of a pilot project for one of your clients. A successful completion of this pilot project can lead to securing a much larger contract for your company with the same client. As the project manager of this pilot project you now need to produce an end-of-project report, which will, firstly, evaluate the performance of the pilot project in relation to the original plan, and, secondly, lead to generation of long-term strategic recommendations for similar larger projects, based on lessons learnt from this pilot project. b. Report Assignment Aim The aim of this assignment is to prepare an end-of-project report that assesses and evaluates the delivery of the pilot project and offers recommendations about delivering similar future projects on a larger scale. 2 Within your assignment you will demonstrate an understanding of project planning and implementation by developing a project plan and utilising it for monitoring and controlling the project. Assignment Questions: (i) Prepare an end-of-project report that reflects on the overall endeavour in planning, managing, and delivering the project along with a critical assessment and evaluation of the factors that facilitated the delivery of the pilot project. (ii) Critically examine project performance and offer recommendations about delivering similar future projects on a larger scale. (iii) Evaluate strategic recommendations regarding project or programme management for the future. The report structure is outlined on the next page. The marking criteria are summarised in Table 2 and marking ranges and characteristics in Table 3. Please familiarise yourself with both; the marking ranges and characteristics, as this may help you achieve your desired marks. Table 2. 7503BEQR CW2 Report marking criteria. Assignment objectives and marking criteria Mark % 1. To identify the underpinning principles and concepts of project management. 15% 2. To analyse and evaluate the project management concepts and principles in context of the pilot project plan by critically evaluating the project’s performance. 40% 3. To demonstrate how the pilot project will inform the strategic recommendations regarding project or programme management for the future. 25% 4. To use relevant visual aids to support the analysis and evaluation of the management of the pilot project and its overall integration. 10% 5. To appropriately structure the report, to ensure that attention has been paid to grammar and spelling, to ensure the legibility of all visual aids, and to accurately 3. To demonstrate how the results of the pilot project will be incorporated into the strategic recommendations for future project or program management. 25% 4. In order to support the analysis and assessment of the management of the pilot project and its overall integration, the appropriate visual aids should be utilized. 10% 5. To appropriately structure the report, to guarantee that care has been made to grammar and spelling, to guarantee that all visual aids are legible, and to accurately mention all sources in the report. reference all sources of information, including literature, online sources and visual aids (please see https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/microsites/library/skills ljmu/referencing-and-endnote). 10% The report should answer the following questions as a minimum: ▪ What is/was the project aiming to achieve? ▪ Why is/was it important to achieve it? ▪ How will be/was the project undertaken? The report itself should demonstrate analytical and evaluation skills in discussion of the topic and a clear understanding of strategic project management issues. In order to avoid failing, please do not overuse bullet points, or do not submit just a literature review, as you are required to evaluate a specific project case for the purpose of this report. Number all pages. 3 Structure of the report All reports should contain: Title page: giving the following information: ▪ The full title of the work ▪ Your student ID number ▪ The award for which the project is submitted in partial fulfilment of its requirements ▪ The year of submission ▪ The word count (excluding acknowledgements, diagrams, references, bibliography and appendices) Confidentiality statement: If there are genuine reasons why your work could be considered confidential then you should discuss this matter with your Module Leader (Optional). Acknowledgements: A list of people who provided help to the author during the research and writing of the project (Optional). Executive summary: A brief summary of the aim, methodology, contents, and conclusions of the report. This section is not included in the word count, but should be no longer than 400 words. Glossary: A list of abbreviations, key phrases and technical terms used in the report and their definitions (Optional). List of contents: A breakdown of the project into its constituent parts and locating them by page number. It is good practice to also include a list of figures, tables and, if applicable, appendices. Introduction: Presenting and justifying the pilot project (business case) and introducing the approach taken to delivering the project objectives and their alignment with the broader organisational strategy. Body of the report: This part should be arranged in a way appropriate to the topic, presenting a review of relevant literature, results and discussions and a synthesis of relevant findings, critical analysis of facts and/or ideas, using chapter headings, with paragraphs and spacing for ease of reading and cross-reference. Conclusions and recommendations: An assessment of the findings along with any recommendations; this section should, explicitly or implicitly, establish the validity of the work in relation to its field. References: Harvard format citation system must be used for in-text citations and the “References” section at the end of the report. Check ‘How to cite references’ in the Library 4 website. Research and referencing grades will be reduced, if Harvard format is not followed. (Please see https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/microsites/library/skills-ljmu/referencing-and-endnote). Appendices: Optional; this section should be used only for information, which is supplementary to the assignment; it should not be used for any information, which is key to the assignment. PLAGIARISM ‘Plagiarism is the practice of presenting thoughts, writings or other output of another or others as original, without acknowledgement of their source(s). All material used to support a piece of work, whether a printed publication or from electronic media, should be appropriately identified and referenced and should not normally be copied directly unless as an acknowledged quote. Text translated into the words of the individual student should in all cases acknowledge the source.’ For further information please contact the LJMU Library. Before submitting the work, you should check through it to ensure that: ▪ all material that has been identified as originally from a previously published source has been properly attributed by the inclusion of an appropriate reference in the text ▪ direct quotations are marked as such (using “quotation marks” at the beginning and end of the selected text) ▪ a citation has been included in the list of references. COLLUSION This report is an individual assessment and not group work. If you decide to study with another student, you must ensure that the final submission from each student is totally unique. If the work shows significant signs of similarity it will be picked up in TurnitIn and you may be cited for plagiarism. Note University Regulations for Personal Circumstances apply if you miss the presentation or submission deadline. Any problems should be notified in advance of the presentation date to the Module Leader. Academic regulations for Post Graduate programmes PG.C2.3 state: “Coursework, which is submitted late (except where there is an agreed extension) will be recorded as a non-submission. There is also a penalty for deviating substantially from the word length. If you, for genuine reasons, are unable to meet the hand-in date, please complete an extension request form, seek verification from your Personal Tutor and inform the Module Leader.” 5 Table 3. Grade Descriptors. Grade descriptors for Level 7 written work Mark range Characteristic Criteria 90-100 Exceptional Pass Exemplary attainment of all learning outcomes Demonstrates an outstanding synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Wide-ranging emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Offers an exhaustive exploration of the literature and evidence base The material covered is accurate and relevant The argument is highly sophisticated The standard of writing is refined No errors in the use of the specified referencing system Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 80-89 Outstanding Pass Excellent attainment of all learning outcomes, with some met to an exemplary standard Demonstrates a comprehensive synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area. Wide-ranging emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Extends far beyond expected levels of engagement with the literature and evidence-base The material covered is accurate and relevant The argument is generally very astute The standard of writing is refined No errors in the use of the specified referencing system Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 70-79 Excellent Pass Excellent attainment of all learning outcomes Demonstrates a thorough synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Strong emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Thorough use the literature and evidence-base The material covered is accurate and relevant The argument is persuasive and there are very perceptive elements The standard of writing is refined No errors in the use of the specified referencing system Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 60-69 Good Pass Good attainment of all learning outcomes 6 Demonstrates detailed synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Good emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Good consideration of the literature and evidence-base that develops from recommended readings The material covered is accurate and relevant The argument is persuasive The standard of writing is refined No errors in the use of the specified referencing system Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 50-59 Pass Adequate attainment of all learning outcomes Demonstrates a limited, but sufficient, synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Some emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Sufficient consideration of the literature and evidence-base, but little consideration beyond recommended readings The material covered is mostly accurate and relevant The argument is straightforward and relatively clear The standard of writing is well clear and readable, with some sophisticated phrasing No errors in the use of the specified referencing system Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 40-49 Needs Some Improvement Meets most, but not all learning outcomes Demonstrates limited synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Less than expected emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Basic consideration of the literature and evidence-base, but restricted to recommended readings Some inaccuracies or irrelevant materials that suggest confusion and misunderstanding The argument is relatively clear, although some elements are difficult to understand The standard of writing is well clear and readable, but overly simplistic Minor errors in the use of the specified referencing system, but meets key principles Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 30-39 Needs Improvement Approximately half the learning outcomes are met Demonstrates very little synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Little emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline 7 Minor consideration of the literature and evidence-base, with inadequate use of recommended reading and no exploration outside that Some materials is accurate, but the amount of inaccurate or irrelevant materials indicates insufficient understanding of key concepts The argument is poorly defined and defended The standard of writing is mostly clear and readable Some errors in the use of the specified referencing system, but meets key principles Generally well presented and organised, but does not always conform to conventions of academic presentation 20-29 Needs Significant Revision Most learning outcomes are not met Demonstrates no synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Little or no emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Superficial consideration of the literature and evidence-base There are major inaccuracies or significant amounts of irrelevant material The argument is very weak The standard of writing is reasonable and there are very few areas of confusion and/or errors in spelling/grammar Attempts to use of the specified referencing system. Meets key principles, but there are systematic errors Good presentation that may include some organisational errors and/or tendency not to conform to conventions of academic presentation. 0-19 Needs Substantial work Does not meet any learning outcomes Demonstrates misunderstanding of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area No emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline No engagement with the literature and evidence-base The material covered is inaccurate or irrelevant The argument is incoherent Standard of writing is acceptable. The structure is reasonable, but there are some areas of confusion and/or some errors in spelling/grammar Attempts to use the specified referencing system, but there are significant errors Acceptable presentation that may include some organisational errors and a tendency not to conform to conventions of academic presentation. PART A: ACADEMIC ESSAY (2000 WORDS) Introduction (1000 words) The planning and design of a worldwide icon Burj Khalifa Academic essay: Overall endeavor in planning, managing and delivering of the project (1000) • Architectural works • Testing of the wind tunnel • Floor layout • Interior works • Art work • Construction and its details Evaluation of the factors that facilitated the pilot project delivery: • Industrial awareness and linkages • Community collaboration PART B: RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE FUTURE DELIVERY OF THE SIMILAR PROJECT (1700 words) • Project performance and recommendations • Evaluation of strategic recommendations regarding the erection of Burj Khalifa Conclusion (300 words) It will cover the summary of the reactions of the people globally

MSc in Project Management Session: 2022/2023 Semester: SEM1 Module Number: 7503BEQR Module Title: Project Management Fundamentals Type of Coursework: CW2-Report (weight: 70%) Module Leader: Dr Waiel SAID ASSIGNMENT BRIEF – CW2 Report This module assignment has two components: 1) a presentation, and 2) a report. This Assignment Brief is focused on the second assignment, the […]

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Self-assessment of your financial literacy

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Assessment 2: Developing an Effective Project Plan Report

Assessment 2: Project Plan Report Don’t forget that there are some great resources available to help you with your report writing. You can find them under the Communication Skills for Assessments link. The executive management of an engineering company has assigned your group to develop a project plan for a project (either an existing project […]

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MSc in Project Management Session: 2022/2023 Semester: SEM1 Module Number: 7503BEQR Module Title: Project Management Fundamentals Type of Coursework: CW2-Report (weight: 70%) Module Leader: Dr Waiel SAID ASSIGNMENT BRIEF – CW2 Report This module assignment has two components: 1) a presentation, and 2) a report. This Assignment Brief is focused on the second assignment, the report only (coursework 2; CW2, as mentioned hereunder in Table 1). The report should be submitted anonymously and should just contain your student ID number. Please make sure you do not have your name anywhere on the report pages. The following dates are for Cohort MScPM8 (with Dr Waiel Said), for Cohort MSc PM9, students have to confirm with Lecturer: Mr. Mohammed. M. Mousoof: Table 1. 7503BEQR CW2 Report Assignment, characteristics and submission details. Submission Date Length Weighting Learning Outcomes Report 15-Nov-2022 (23:59) 4000 words (+/- 10%) 70% 1-5 The report needs to be submitted electronically through CANVAS. Text included within visual aids (e.g. tables, figures, charts, etc.) does not contribute to the overall wordcount. a. Assignment Brief (CW2) Report – 4000 words (+/-10%) Report Assignment Background You are employed in a sector of your choice as a project manager and your team has just completed the delivery of a pilot project for one of your clients. A successful completion of this pilot project can lead to securing a much larger contract for your company with the same client. As the project manager of this pilot project you now need to produce an end-of-project report, which will, firstly, evaluate the performance of the pilot project in relation to the original plan, and, secondly, lead to generation of long-term strategic recommendations for similar larger projects, based on lessons learnt from this pilot project. b. Report Assignment Aim The aim of this assignment is to prepare an end-of-project report that assesses and evaluates the delivery of the pilot project and offers recommendations about delivering similar future projects on a larger scale. 2 Within your assignment you will demonstrate an understanding of project planning and implementation by developing a project plan and utilising it for monitoring and controlling the project. Assignment Questions: (i) Prepare an end-of-project report that reflects on the overall endeavour in planning, managing, and delivering the project along with a critical assessment and evaluation of the factors that facilitated the delivery of the pilot project. (ii) Critically examine project performance and offer recommendations about delivering similar future projects on a larger scale. (iii) Evaluate strategic recommendations regarding project or programme management for the future. The report structure is outlined on the next page. The marking criteria are summarised in Table 2 and marking ranges and characteristics in Table 3. Please familiarise yourself with both; the marking ranges and characteristics, as this may help you achieve your desired marks. Table 2. 7503BEQR CW2 Report marking criteria. Assignment objectives and marking criteria Mark % 1. To identify the underpinning principles and concepts of project management. 15% 2. To analyse and evaluate the project management concepts and principles in context of the pilot project plan by critically evaluating the project’s performance. 40% 3. To demonstrate how the pilot project will inform the strategic recommendations regarding project or programme management for the future. 25% 4. To use relevant visual aids to support the analysis and evaluation of the management of the pilot project and its overall integration. 10% 5. To appropriately structure the report, to ensure that attention has been paid to grammar and spelling, to ensure the legibility of all visual aids, and to accurately 3. To demonstrate how the results of the pilot project will be incorporated into the strategic recommendations for future project or program management. 25% 4. In order to support the analysis and assessment of the management of the pilot project and its overall integration, the appropriate visual aids should be utilized. 10% 5. To appropriately structure the report, to guarantee that care has been made to grammar and spelling, to guarantee that all visual aids are legible, and to accurately mention all sources in the report. reference all sources of information, including literature, online sources and visual aids (please see https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/microsites/library/skills ljmu/referencing-and-endnote). 10% The report should answer the following questions as a minimum: ▪ What is/was the project aiming to achieve? ▪ Why is/was it important to achieve it? ▪ How will be/was the project undertaken? The report itself should demonstrate analytical and evaluation skills in discussion of the topic and a clear understanding of strategic project management issues. In order to avoid failing, please do not overuse bullet points, or do not submit just a literature review, as you are required to evaluate a specific project case for the purpose of this report. Number all pages. 3 Structure of the report All reports should contain: Title page: giving the following information: ▪ The full title of the work ▪ Your student ID number ▪ The award for which the project is submitted in partial fulfilment of its requirements ▪ The year of submission ▪ The word count (excluding acknowledgements, diagrams, references, bibliography and appendices) Confidentiality statement: If there are genuine reasons why your work could be considered confidential then you should discuss this matter with your Module Leader (Optional). Acknowledgements: A list of people who provided help to the author during the research and writing of the project (Optional). Executive summary: A brief summary of the aim, methodology, contents, and conclusions of the report. This section is not included in the word count, but should be no longer than 400 words. Glossary: A list of abbreviations, key phrases and technical terms used in the report and their definitions (Optional). List of contents: A breakdown of the project into its constituent parts and locating them by page number. It is good practice to also include a list of figures, tables and, if applicable, appendices. Introduction: Presenting and justifying the pilot project (business case) and introducing the approach taken to delivering the project objectives and their alignment with the broader organisational strategy. Body of the report: This part should be arranged in a way appropriate to the topic, presenting a review of relevant literature, results and discussions and a synthesis of relevant findings, critical analysis of facts and/or ideas, using chapter headings, with paragraphs and spacing for ease of reading and cross-reference. Conclusions and recommendations: An assessment of the findings along with any recommendations; this section should, explicitly or implicitly, establish the validity of the work in relation to its field. References: Harvard format citation system must be used for in-text citations and the “References” section at the end of the report. Check ‘How to cite references’ in the Library 4 website. Research and referencing grades will be reduced, if Harvard format is not followed. (Please see https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/microsites/library/skills-ljmu/referencing-and-endnote). Appendices: Optional; this section should be used only for information, which is supplementary to the assignment; it should not be used for any information, which is key to the assignment. PLAGIARISM ‘Plagiarism is the practice of presenting thoughts, writings or other output of another or others as original, without acknowledgement of their source(s). All material used to support a piece of work, whether a printed publication or from electronic media, should be appropriately identified and referenced and should not normally be copied directly unless as an acknowledged quote. Text translated into the words of the individual student should in all cases acknowledge the source.’ For further information please contact the LJMU Library. Before submitting the work, you should check through it to ensure that: ▪ all material that has been identified as originally from a previously published source has been properly attributed by the inclusion of an appropriate reference in the text ▪ direct quotations are marked as such (using “quotation marks” at the beginning and end of the selected text) ▪ a citation has been included in the list of references. COLLUSION This report is an individual assessment and not group work. If you decide to study with another student, you must ensure that the final submission from each student is totally unique. If the work shows significant signs of similarity it will be picked up in TurnitIn and you may be cited for plagiarism. Note University Regulations for Personal Circumstances apply if you miss the presentation or submission deadline. Any problems should be notified in advance of the presentation date to the Module Leader. Academic regulations for Post Graduate programmes PG.C2.3 state: “Coursework, which is submitted late (except where there is an agreed extension) will be recorded as a non-submission. There is also a penalty for deviating substantially from the word length. If you, for genuine reasons, are unable to meet the hand-in date, please complete an extension request form, seek verification from your Personal Tutor and inform the Module Leader.” 5 Table 3. Grade Descriptors. Grade descriptors for Level 7 written work Mark range Characteristic Criteria 90-100 Exceptional Pass Exemplary attainment of all learning outcomes Demonstrates an outstanding synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Wide-ranging emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Offers an exhaustive exploration of the literature and evidence base The material covered is accurate and relevant The argument is highly sophisticated The standard of writing is refined No errors in the use of the specified referencing system Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 80-89 Outstanding Pass Excellent attainment of all learning outcomes, with some met to an exemplary standard Demonstrates a comprehensive synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area. Wide-ranging emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Extends far beyond expected levels of engagement with the literature and evidence-base The material covered is accurate and relevant The argument is generally very astute The standard of writing is refined No errors in the use of the specified referencing system Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 70-79 Excellent Pass Excellent attainment of all learning outcomes Demonstrates a thorough synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Strong emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Thorough use the literature and evidence-base The material covered is accurate and relevant The argument is persuasive and there are very perceptive elements The standard of writing is refined No errors in the use of the specified referencing system Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 60-69 Good Pass Good attainment of all learning outcomes 6 Demonstrates detailed synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Good emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Good consideration of the literature and evidence-base that develops from recommended readings The material covered is accurate and relevant The argument is persuasive The standard of writing is refined No errors in the use of the specified referencing system Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 50-59 Pass Adequate attainment of all learning outcomes Demonstrates a limited, but sufficient, synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Some emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Sufficient consideration of the literature and evidence-base, but little consideration beyond recommended readings The material covered is mostly accurate and relevant The argument is straightforward and relatively clear The standard of writing is well clear and readable, with some sophisticated phrasing No errors in the use of the specified referencing system Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 40-49 Needs Some Improvement Meets most, but not all learning outcomes Demonstrates limited synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Less than expected emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Basic consideration of the literature and evidence-base, but restricted to recommended readings Some inaccuracies or irrelevant materials that suggest confusion and misunderstanding The argument is relatively clear, although some elements are difficult to understand The standard of writing is well clear and readable, but overly simplistic Minor errors in the use of the specified referencing system, but meets key principles Well-presented and organised in an appropriate academic style. 30-39 Needs Improvement Approximately half the learning outcomes are met Demonstrates very little synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Little emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline 7 Minor consideration of the literature and evidence-base, with inadequate use of recommended reading and no exploration outside that Some materials is accurate, but the amount of inaccurate or irrelevant materials indicates insufficient understanding of key concepts The argument is poorly defined and defended The standard of writing is mostly clear and readable Some errors in the use of the specified referencing system, but meets key principles Generally well presented and organised, but does not always conform to conventions of academic presentation 20-29 Needs Significant Revision Most learning outcomes are not met Demonstrates no synthesis of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area Little or no emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline Superficial consideration of the literature and evidence-base There are major inaccuracies or significant amounts of irrelevant material The argument is very weak The standard of writing is reasonable and there are very few areas of confusion and/or errors in spelling/grammar Attempts to use of the specified referencing system. Meets key principles, but there are systematic errors Good presentation that may include some organisational errors and/or tendency not to conform to conventions of academic presentation. 0-19 Needs Substantial work Does not meet any learning outcomes Demonstrates misunderstanding of varied theoretical positions in the analysis of key issues in the subject area No emphasis on knowledge and ideas that are at the forefront of the discipline No engagement with the literature and evidence-base The material covered is inaccurate or irrelevant The argument is incoherent Standard of writing is acceptable. The structure is reasonable, but there are some areas of confusion and/or some errors in spelling/grammar Attempts to use the specified referencing system, but there are significant errors Acceptable presentation that may include some organisational errors and a tendency not to conform to conventions of academic presentation. 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