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Alternative Assessment Arrangements and Guidelines for Submission


Alternative assessment arrangements may be made where students are unable to undertake an assessment in its standard form. However, these will only be implemented upon the advice of Student Services. Students wishing to be considered for alternative assessment arrangements must give notification in writing (with evidence) to Student Services.

This assessment will cover the following module learning outcomes:

1.Read extended academic texts, make decisions on usefulness of content and extract information appropriate to context

2.Write extended pieces of academic writing with regard to the requirements and conventions of good academic practice

4.Participate in academic discourse as both an information provider and gatherer

Explain some of the key barriers to social mobility in the UK, ideally with specific reference to educational opportunities and/or regional differences.

You are advised to:

·Use your previous research to help you consider solutions to the problem

·Have a clear position

·Consider alternate points of view

·Refer to the core texts

·You should submit both drafts through the submission point provided on Moodle

·You should use information from the core text, as well as any extra articles or other sources you think will help you answer the question.

You should cite and reference materials to acknowledge the sources of information you use.

·Answers the question well, with little or no irrelevant material

·Good coverage of the topic and main issues are explored in detail

·Shows critical and analytical abilities

·Choice & use of sources is appropriate to the task

·Paraphrasing and use of sources is accurate and appropriate

·A range of sources is used

·Evidence of synthesis is clear

·Good organisation and logical progression of ideas

·Information is presented in a cohesive and coherent manner

·Topic sentences and linking language are used appropriately

·Answers the question, although some material may lack relevance.

·Demonstrates understanding of the topic and its context, but this may be limited

·The main issues are covered for the most part.

·Criticality and/or analysis attempted

·Some sources have been used successfully for the most part

·Citations and paraphrasing are mostly managed accurately

·There may be an over-reliance on a limited range of sources

·There is an attempt at a logical progression of ideas

·There may be minor faults in the logic and structure of the writing

·Writing may lack clarity in places due to organisational concerns.

·Does not fully address the question

·Content is irrelevant in places

·Understanding and knowledge about the subject may be quite limited or contain errors.

·Some key issues may not be covered

·There is a clear attempt to use citations and referencing to evidence ideas

·Citations and references may not be accurate

·There is a limited range of sources

·There may be faults in logic and structure

·There is likely to be a noticeable lack of clarity in places due to poor organisation

·Writing may lack coherence, possibly due to poor use of ‘linking language’

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