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Instructions for Summative Assessment 2: Written Assessment (1250 words)


Summative Assessment 2: Written Assessment (1250 words) This assessment task relates to the following learning outcomes: LO1, LO2, LO3, LO4
This assessment requires you to complete a written assessment (1250 words) that draws on scholarly sources of evidence to address your enquiry question.


1. Use the same enquiry question that you used for Summative Assessment 1. Verbal Presentation (You can refine your enquiry question if you wish to).
2. Find and read one (1) peer-reviewed journal article that addresses your enquiry question.
3. Find and read one (1) other scholarly source of information that is relevant to addressing your enquiry question.


This could be:
• a peer-reviewed journal article
• a report from a government or non-government organisation
• guidelines, protocols, policies, etc. from a reputable source
4. Find and read one (1) or two (2) scholarly source/s that you can use to define and explain any key terms related to your chosen topic and line of enquiry, and to justify why this line of enquiry is important. These sources might be websites of relevant government or nongovernment organisations.
5. Complete your written assessment.


Your written assessment is expected to include:
Use relevant headings for each section.
An introduction paragraph that:
• introduces and explains your topic and narrowed line of enquiry. • defines any key terms related to your line of enquiry.
• justifies why your line of enquiry is important.
• states the purpose of your written assessment (the enquiry question that you will address), and
• outlines how your written assessment will be structured.


Two or three main body paragraphs that are each structured to include:
• a topic sentence about one key idea or argument from the two scholarly sources (the peer reviewed journal article and other scholarly source that you have selected) that addresses your enquiry question,
• sentences to identify and discuss specific similarities and/or differences in how the two scholarly sources address the key idea or argument.
• contain correct in-text citations according to APA 7th formatting.


Two paragraphs that:
• identify and compare two (2) strengths and two (2) weaknesses/ limitations of each of the two (2) scholarly sources in addressing your enquiry question.
• suggest further scholar evidence required to more comprehensively address your enquiry question.


A conclusion paragraph that:
• summarises the main similarities and differences between the key ideas/arguments; and identifies how these key ideas have helped you to address your enquiry question.
• recommends further scholarly evidence that would be required to more comprehensively address your enquiry question, based on the strengths and weaknesses/limitations of the two scholarly sources that you have used, and • reflects on what you have learned about using scholarly evidence to explore an enquiry question, and how this has impacted on your own knowledge. Page 11
• A list of references with entries formatted according to the APA 7th style.

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