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We are all equal before the law | To what extent is this common statement about the law reflected in practice

Assessment type

Report

Assessment title

“We are all equal before the law”.

To what extent is this common statement about the law reflected in practice?

Aims of assessment

The aim of the assessment is to test your learning in relation to the conventions of report writing in the human services as well as your knowledge of the law and society topics on the raised in the learning on the unit. The subject of the report is an area of discrimination relating to the law and a social group in UK society that you have covered in the teaching and learning programme and then research with tutor guidance and support.

Form of submission

Through BREO

 

 

 

Any specific submission information

Upload through BREO

Assessment length

1500 words

Variance allowed in word limit*

+/- 10%

*Note that reference lists do not count in the word limit

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Learning outcomes and threshold criteria

Unit learning outcomes and assessment criteria covered by this assessment

On completion of this unit you should be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the subjects and issues to do with the UK legal system with particular relevance to different types of law
  • Employ social studies skills and abilities in report structuring and writing together with research understanding and application

 

Threshold criteria to achieve a pass in the assessment

In order to pass Assessment 1 you will need to:

  • Show an understanding of the conventions of report formatting in preparing your own report.
  • Research controversy and the law, with regards to an area of discrimination in society, in developing content for the report
  • Focus the content of the report in line with the requirements of the assignment brief and submit the coursework on time 
           

 


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