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How the pitch was employed and executed, and reflect on any internal and external impacts

ASSIGNMENT QUESTION:

You are required to write an individual reflective essay to evaluate the value and relevance of content through reflective learning in preparing and delivering your pitch. (100 Marks).

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

Using Gibbs reflective cycle your essay should focus on:

a) How the pitch was employed and executed, and reflect on any internal and external impacts. (20 marks)

b) Critiquing your own practice and contribution to teamwork during all phases of preparing the pitch. (30 marks)

c) The team’s performance and outcomes outlining any challenges that you experienced. (30 marks)

d) Recommendations on how the preparing and delivery of the pitch could be enhanced in the future. (20 marks)

POINTS TO CONSIDER:

How the pitch was employed and executed, and reflect on any internal and external impacts. (20 marks)

• This will vary depending on your experience and your individual learnings from the practical task. However, it would be useful to reflect on how you chose your theme and how you employed the 7 facets of event design/James & Brown 5 principles to maximise the audience experience.

a) Critiquing your own practice and contribution to teamwork during all phases of preparing the pitch. (30 marks)

• This will vary depending on your experience and your individual learnings from the practical task. However, it would be useful to consider the use of Belbin’s Theory for team roles, Tuckman’s stages of group development; Organisational effectiveness; Roles and responsibilities; Stakeholder Management; Relationship Management and Gibbs Reflective cycle, or Driscoll’s model of reflection.

b) The team’s pitch performance and outcomes, outlining any challenges that you experienced. (30 marks)

• This will vary depending on your experience and your individual learnings from the practical task. However, it would be useful to consider the use of Gibbs Reflective cycle, or Driscoll’s model of reflection.

c) Recommendations on how the preparing and delivery of the pitch could be enhanced in the future. (20 marks)

• These will vary depending on your findings and your individual learnings from the practical task.

READING LIST:

Berridge, G. (2007). Events Design and Experience. Oxon: Routledge.

Moon, J. (2004). A Handbook of Reflective and experential learning; theory and practice. Oxon: Routledge.


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