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Use the six ‘set assessment exercises’ that will be provided during each week of your teaching to create an action plan for your organisation or community to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Tackling Global-Local Challenges in Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability

Final Summative Assessment Brief

Module Title

 

Tackling Global-Local Challenges in Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability

Assessment Title

Portfolio Part 2: Final assessment

Individual/Group

Individual

Weighting

100%

Latest hand in date

Submission date:

 

Learning Outcomes assessed

1, 2, 3, 4

Indicative word count

4,000 words ÷/- 10% plus appendices where appropriate


Important Note:

The final assessment consists of six set exercises that are built each week into the final report. You should not deviate from the work that is provided. Please see below for details.

The assessment question is as follows:

Use the six ‘set assessment exercises’ that will be provided during each week of your teaching to create an action plan for your organisation or community to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The six ‘set assessment exercises’ will be posted on your online unit each week, along with a weekly Teaching Resource Pack (TRP) and teaching video. Your study will be supported with an optional Live Tutorial Session and online forum discussions.

You should complete each weekly exercise and build these together, week by week, into a final report. You are encouraged to use your University student OneDrive to build the work into a portfolio and to share this for guidance with your tutor. You should specifically ask your tutor for formative feedback on either week 1 or week 3.

In addition to your six set assessment exercises, you should use the following general guidance to help you develop the final report. When completed, this should be submitted through the appropriate RKC assessment link for grading, as usual.

General guidance:

  • Include a brief abstract (up to 200 words) summarising the whole paper (excluded from word count) and table of contents
  • Use the introduction (150 words) to give brief background about your organisation or community. This should be the organisation you work in (organisation not just sector) or the community that you are active within.
  • You must also state your role within the organisation / community
  • Additional relevant information and reflective exercises maybe included in appendixes at the end of your paper (excluded from word count)
  • You must base your answer on the weekly teaching and resources. A minimum of 90% of references should come from the linked session resources / library OneList. Any additional references you choose to include should be specific and particularly relevant to the assessment brief
  • You must provide a full reference list in Harvard style at the end of your paper and include the url address for all references (including your unique url link to library OneList readings)
  • Make sure you include a brief conclusion (100 words) summarising the key points of your completed paper.

· Please submit your work in Word (not PDF)

Use the Marking Matrix on the next page to help you understand how your work will be market


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