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reflect on what you want from your current/future employment, and record your thoughts over the course of the module in the form of a reflective journal.

Authorised: Dean
of School
Owner:
Dean of School
Approved
by: SQC
Date:
28th June 2004
Revised: 17th July 2006
Ref:UWBS038g Assessment Briefing for
Students

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UWBS038g
Assessment Briefing for Students

Academic Year:
2015 / 16

Semester 1 (City Campus)

Module code:

4HR002

Module title:

Introduction to People at Work

Subject Area:

HR

Module Leader:

Andrew Hambler

Assessment brief number (and title where applicable):

1 Personal Blog: Reflective Journal

Component / Element
(Please delete as appropriate)

Weighting:
50 %

Assessment Brief/ Task

For this assignment you are required to
reflect on what you want from your current/future employment, and record your
thoughts over the course of the module in the form of a reflective journal.
Your work should consist of 3 clear parts:
1. Introductory evaluation:
You should consider at the outset of the module what you think are the
important factors you are seeking in any future job. You might like to base your evaluation on
previous experiences of work, or of school or college study. For example, do you enjoy working alone or
with others? Do you like being given
responsibility? Do you think you would
enjoy varied work, or do you prefer to stick with familiar activities? Is
money important to you, or are you more interested in work which is
meaningful, or where you can make a difference? Do you want to work for a large or small
organisation, for yourself? These are
only a few of the issues you may want to discuss. Try to explain why these
are important to you.
2. A regular record of your thoughts
and how they develop in the light of what you are learning on the
module. You MUST show in this section
how your reading and learning in class is informing your thoughts and your
work must include references to appropriate theory and how you are applying
it to your own experience. You may include your reflections in the form of
appendices in order to make the most of word count limitations. You must
include at least 5 entries.

3. A final conclusion indicating how
and whether and how your thoughts about your future work aspirations and
ambitions have changed in the light of your learning and experiences on this
module.
You should ensure that you include any references to theory or
research of relevance in appropriate Harvard referencing format. Whenever you
discuss research or theory, you must clearly show your sources. Avoid anonymous web sources (including
Wikipedia!) whose content may be unreliable.

Important requirements

(Delete where appropriate, if other please provide
detail)
Mode of Working: Individual

Presentation Format: Reflective
journal
Mark required to pass: 40%

Assessment limits : 2000 words

Hand in date:
Monday 21 December 2015 by 12 noon

Assessment should be marked for the attention of: Your module tutor NOT the module leader

Preferred hand in location:
Electronic submission ONLY via
WOLF

Alwayskeep a copy of your work.
Alwayskeep a file of working papers
(e.g. photocopied articles) that support the sources used in your work.

The following detail is important when:
Preparing for your assessment
Checking your work before submission
When interpreting your grade and feedback after
marking. (Note that your work will not
be returned to you so always keep a copy of your work for this purpose.)

Learning Outcomes Tested
(Insert detail)

An understanding of
how theory and research might explain individual behaviour in the workplace.

Assessment Criteria(Insert
detail)

1.
Knowledge and understanding: of
theory/research relating to individualbehaviour in
the workplace
2.
Reflection: Evidence of genuine personal reflection and attempt to
consider how theory/research might impact on personal thoughts
3.
Communication: ability to communicate clearly using effective and
appropriate English, and accurate Harvard referencing format where required.

Performance descriptors (by grade) (Insert detail)

See below

To help you
further:

Refer to module guide for contact details of module leader and
Departmental Administrator
Resit details will be posted on WOLF

Detail of tutorial
inputs, etc.

Briefing-week 1

Recommended reading
and other sources

See class schedule.

Checklist!!

A. Have you
completed each of the following:
1.
Initial assessment of what you want from work (at outset of
module)
2.
Weekly reflections on how your learning is re-shaping your
ideas about what you want
3.
A final conclusion about what you desire from future work
based on both of the above
B. Have you
ensured that your work includes reference to some theory/research to which
you have been introduced during the module?
C. Is your work
clearly structured, well written and properly referenced?
D. Have you
genuinely included PERSONAL reflections about what you desire from work,
rather than an abstract discussion about theory? Remember, this assignment is
about YOU!

You may wish to
visit some of the web pages detailed below for advice on your work.

Grammar

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.uow.edu.au/writing/1b.html”>http://unilearning.uow.edu.au/writing/1b.html

Inappropriate
style?

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Paraphrasing

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Punctuation

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.uow.edu.au/writing/1c.html”>http://unilearning.uow.edu.au/writing/1c.html

Writing
skills

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Avoiding
Academic Misconduct

Warning
Collusion, plagiarism and cheating are
very serious offences that can result in a student being expelled from the
University. The business school has a
policy of actively identifying students who engage in academic misconduct of
this nature and routinely applying detection techniques including the use of
sophisticated software packages.
Avoid Collusion
The business school encourages group
working, however to avoid collusion always work on your own in order to
complete your individual assessments.
Do not let fellow students have access to your work before it is
submitted and do not be tempted to access the work of others. Refer to your module tutor if you do not
understand or you need further guidance.
Avoid
Plagiarism
You must use
available and relevant literature to demonstrate your knowledge of a subject,
however to avoid plagiarism you must take
great care to acknowledge it properly.
You should therefore always use of the Harvard style referencing
system in all cases.
(For further guidance go to .wlv.ac.uk/lib”>www.wlv.ac.uk/lib
and from the menu that then appears, make these choices in turn: Study
skills, referencing, Harvard Citation).
Plagiarism
is the act of stealing someone else’s work and passing it off as your
own. This includes incorporating
either unattributed direct quotation(s) or substantial paraphrasing from the
work of another/others. For this
reason it is important that you cite all the sources whose work you have
drawn on and reference them fully in accordance with the Harvard referencing
standard.
Extensive
direct quotations in assessed work is ill advised because:
It
represents a poor writing style that is unlikely to meet the pass grade marking
criteria, and it could lead to omission errors and a plagiarism offence could
be committed accidentally.
Maximising the benefits of
team working
Individual
assessment must represent an effort prepared and submitted by you. It will contain your solutions to
exercises set during the delivery of the module. (Your submission may reflect some
contributions arising from group working and classroom presentations).
Always:
Maintain
a file of evident (e.g. academic papers used in preparing your assignment)
Submit
an electronic copy (e.g. a disk or CD) of all written assessments in addition
to paper copies.

Performance Descriptors: Blog/Reflective Journal

Work of an outstanding or
excellent standard.
70% – 100%

Work of a very good standard. Above average
60% – 69%

Work of a competent average standard. Good.
50 59%

Work of a satisfactory standard.
40 49%

Work of an unsatisfactory standard.
Below 40%

Identification and full
understanding of requirements of the assessment. Excellent examples used to illustrate
personal reflections. Evidence of independent thinking, and convincing
attempts to demonstrate genuine and thoughtful personal reflection.

Very good understanding of the
requirements of the assessment .Good level of reflection and some independent
thought.

Generally sound understanding of
basic theory and concepts. Content relevant to the question/task. Competently
deals with relating theory and research to personal reflection.

Some evidence of understanding
of basic requirements. Content in the main relevant but limited or little
application of theory to personal reflection, or superficial/ limited
evidence of reflection.

Superficial treatment of issues.
Content not relevant to topic set. Material merely repeats taught input.
Lacks understanding of basic theory/concepts. Possible use of extensive
quoted passages.

Evidence of wide reading.
Demonstrates mature use of material, including looking for meanings and
highly appropriate application of theoretical framework/models and research.

Evidence of reading around the
topic beyond basic texts. Independent thinking evidenced through use of
material with good application of theory to the topic/issues

Evidence of reading of
recommended texts. Sound use of material relevant to the topic/issues.

Material is relevant but largely
repeats taught input without any further development. Work tends to be
uncritical in the material used and generally overly descriptive

No evidence of independent
thinking or use of theory/research.
Wholly Descriptive.
No evidence of application of
theory.

Excellent
fluid writing style, virtually free from grammatical and spelling errors.
Format wholly appropriate for task and audience. research sources clearly and
properly referenced

Generally
good use of grammar, punctuation and spelling. Ideas clearly explained.
Appropriate style/format used. Uses a good range of sources well referenced.

Grammatically
competent but some minor spelling errors or clumsiness in expression. Solid
attempt at referencing

Errors in grammar, punctuation and/or
spelling. Clumsiness of expression but does not prevent argument emerging. Sources usually given but not systematically or
consistently.

Serious
errors frequently enough to impede/prevent understanding by reader.
Inadequate referencing.

Authorised: Dean
of SchoolOwner:
Dean of SchoolApproved
by: SQCDate:
28th June 2004Revised: 17th July 2006Ref:UWBS038g Assessment Briefing for
Students.gif”>Academic Year:2015 / 16Semester 1 (City Campus)Module code:4HR002Module title: Introduction to People at WorkSubject Area:HRModule Leader:Andrew HamblerAssessment brief number (and title where applicable):
1 Personal Blog: Reflective Journal Component / Element(Please delete as appropriate)Weighting: 50 %Assessment Brief/ TaskFor this assignment you are required to
reflect on what you want from your current/future employment, and record your
thoughts over the course of the module in the form of a reflective journal. Your work should consist of 3 clear parts:1. Introductory evaluation:
You should consider at the outset of the module what you think are the
important factors you are seeking in any future job. You might like to base your evaluation on
previous experiences of work, or of school or college study. For example, do you enjoy working alone or
with others? Do you like being given
responsibility? Do you think you would
enjoy varied work, or do you prefer to stick with familiar activities? Is
money important to you, or are you more interested in work which is
meaningful, or where you can make a difference? Do you want to work for a large or small
organisation, for yourself? These are
only a few of the issues you may want to discuss. Try to explain why these
are important to you. 2. A regular record of your thoughts
and how they develop in the light of what you are learning on the
module. You MUST show in this section
how your reading and learning in class is informing your thoughts and your
work must include references to appropriate theory and how you are applying
it to your own experience. You may include your reflections in the form of
appendices in order to make the most of word count limitations. You must
include at least 5 entries.
3. A final conclusion indicating how
and whether and how your thoughts about your future work aspirations and
ambitions have changed in the light of your learning and experiences on this
module. You should ensure that you include any references to theory or
research of relevance in appropriate Harvard referencing format. Whenever you
discuss research or theory, you must clearly show your sources. Avoid anonymous web sources (including
Wikipedia!) whose content may be unreliable.Important requirements(Delete where appropriate, if other please provide
detail)Mode of Working: Individual
Presentation Format: Reflective
journalMark required to pass: 40%Assessment limits : 2000 words Hand in date:
Monday 21 December 2015 by 12 noonAssessment should be marked for the attention of: Your module tutor NOT the module leaderPreferred hand in location:
Electronic submission ONLY via
WOLF Alwayskeep a copy of your work.Alwayskeep a file of working papers
(e.g. photocopied articles) that support the sources used in your work.The following detail is important when:Preparing for your assessmentChecking your work before submissionWhen interpreting your grade and feedback after
marking. (Note that your work will not
be returned to you so always keep a copy of your work for this purpose.)Learning Outcomes Tested(Insert detail)An understanding of
how theory and research might explain individual behaviour in the workplace.Assessment Criteria(Insert
detail)1.
Knowledge and understanding: of
theory/research relating to individualbehaviour in
the workplace2.
Reflection: Evidence of genuine personal reflection and attempt to
consider how theory/research might impact on personal thoughts3.
Communication: ability to communicate clearly using effective and
appropriate English, and accurate Harvard referencing format where required.Performance descriptors (by grade) (Insert detail)See belowTo help you
further:Detail of tutorial
inputs, etc.Briefing-week 1Recommended reading
and other sources See class schedule.Checklist!!A. Have you
completed each of the following:1.
Initial assessment of what you want from work (at outset of
module)2.
Weekly reflections on how your learning is re-shaping your
ideas about what you want3.
A final conclusion about what you desire from future work
based on both of the aboveB. Have you
ensured that your work includes reference to some theory/research to which
you have been introduced during the module?C. Is your work
clearly structured, well written and properly referenced?D. Have you
genuinely included PERSONAL reflections about what you desire from work,
rather than an abstract discussion about theory? Remember, this assignment is
about YOU!You may wish to
visit some of the web pages detailed below for advice on your work.Grammar.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/grammar/index.xml”>http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/grammar/index.xml.uow.edu.au/writing/1b.html”>http://unilearning.uow.edu.au/writing/1b.htmlInappropriate
style?.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/writing/index.xml”>http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/writing/index.xmlParaphrasing.wisc.edu/Handbook/QPA_paraphrase2.htm”>http://writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/QPA_paraphrase2.htmlPunctuation.wlv.ac.uk/Level4.asp?UserType=4&Level4=636″>http://asp.wlv.ac.uk/Level4.asp?UserType=4&Level4=636.uow.edu.au/writing/1c.html”>http://unilearning.uow.edu.au/writing/1c.htmlWriting
skills.wlv.ac.uk/Level3.asp?UserType=11&Level3=2159″>http://asp.wlv.ac.uk/Level3.asp?UserType=11&Level3=2159Avoiding
Academic MisconductWarningCollusion, plagiarism and cheating are
very serious offences that can result in a student being expelled from the
University. The business school has a
policy of actively identifying students who engage in academic misconduct of
this nature and routinely applying detection techniques including the use of
sophisticated software packages.Avoid CollusionThe business school encourages group
working, however to avoid collusion always work on your own in order to
complete your individual assessments.
Do not let fellow students have access to your work before it is
submitted and do not be tempted to access the work of others. Refer to your module tutor if you do not
understand or you need further guidance.Avoid
PlagiarismYou must use
available and relevant literature to demonstrate your knowledge of a subject,
however to avoid plagiarism you must take
great care to acknowledge it properly.
You should therefore always use of the Harvard style referencing
system in all cases.(For further guidance go to .wlv.ac.uk/lib”>www.wlv.ac.uk/lib
and from the menu that then appears, make these choices in turn: Study
skills, referencing, Harvard Citation).Plagiarism
is the act of stealing someone else’s work and passing it off as your
own. This includes incorporating
either unattributed direct quotation(s) or substantial paraphrasing from the
work of another/others. For this
reason it is important that you cite all the sources whose work you have
drawn on and reference them fully in accordance with the Harvard referencing
standard.Extensive
direct quotations in assessed work is ill advised because:It
represents a poor writing style that is unlikely to meet the pass grade marking
criteria, and it could lead to omission errors and a plagiarism offence could
be committed accidentally.Maximising the benefits of
team workingIndividual
assessment must represent an effort prepared and submitted by you. It will contain your solutions to
exercises set during the delivery of the module. (Your submission may reflect some
contributions arising from group working and classroom presentations).Always:Maintain
a file of evident (e.g. academic papers used in preparing your assignment)Submit
an electronic copy (e.g. a disk or CD) of all written assessments in addition
to paper copies.

Work of an outstanding or
excellent standard.70% – 100%Work of a very good standard. Above average60% – 69%Work of a competent average standard. Good. 50 59%Work of a satisfactory standard.40 49%Work of an unsatisfactory standard.Below 40%Identification and full
understanding of requirements of the assessment. Excellent examples used to illustrate
personal reflections. Evidence of independent thinking, and convincing
attempts to demonstrate genuine and thoughtful personal reflection.Very good understanding of the
requirements of the assessment .Good level of reflection and some independent
thought.Generally sound understanding of
basic theory and concepts. Content relevant to the question/task. Competently
deals with relating theory and research to personal reflection.Some evidence of understanding
of basic requirements. Content in the main relevant but limited or little
application of theory to personal reflection, or superficial/ limited
evidence of reflection.Superficial treatment of issues.
Content not relevant to topic set. Material merely repeats taught input.
Lacks understanding of basic theory/concepts. Possible use of extensive
quoted passages.Evidence of wide reading.
Demonstrates mature use of material, including looking for meanings and
highly appropriate application of theoretical framework/models and research. Evidence of reading around the
topic beyond basic texts. Independent thinking evidenced through use of
material with good application of theory to the topic/issuesEvidence of reading of
recommended texts. Sound use of material relevant to the topic/issues.Material is relevant but largely
repeats taught input without any further development. Work tends to be
uncritical in the material used and generally overly descriptiveNo evidence of independent
thinking or use of theory/research.Wholly Descriptive.No evidence of application of
theory.Excellent
fluid writing style, virtually free from grammatical and spelling errors.
Format wholly appropriate for task and audience. research sources clearly and
properly referencedGenerally
good use of grammar, punctuation and spelling. Ideas clearly explained.
Appropriate style/format used. Uses a good range of sources well referenced.Grammatically
competent but some minor spelling errors or clumsiness in expression. Solid
attempt at referencingErrors in grammar, punctuation and/or
spelling. Clumsiness of expression but does not prevent argument emerging. Sources usually given but not systematically or
consistently.Serious
errors frequently enough to impede/prevent understanding by reader.
Inadequate referencing.


 

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