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Assignment Briefs 10-05-2023

Demonstrate a critical understanding of a range of theories, models and approaches that aim to address the diverse needs of service users within Health and Social care.

HSC60120 Individuality and Diversity – Meeting Everyone’s Needs

Assignment Brief - Undergraduate Academic Year 2023-2024 (September 2023 Semester)

ACADEMIC YEAR

SEMESTER

2023-24

1

 

 

SUBJECT

 

Health and Social Care

 

 

 

PROGRAMME

 

BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care

 

 

LEVEL

MODULE CODE

MODULE TITLE

CREDITS

ECTS CREDITS

6

HSC60120

Individuality and Diversity – Meeting Everyone’s Needs

30

15

 

COMPONENT

WEIGHTING

UNISTATS CATEGORY

ASSIGNMENT TYPE

1

OF

2

40%

Practical

Individual Oral Presentation

 

ANONYMOUS MARKING

This assignment will be marked anonymously

No

             

 

TASK DESCRIPTION

  • Students will prepare and deliver a 10-minute individual presentation, which will be followed by a 5-minute question and answer session specifically related to the presentation using a set criteria that the student will have seen prior to the assessment.
  • The presentation will identify an area of diversity within health and social care practice, and discuss the models and theories applied to this area of work, recognising the complexities and challenges.
  • After the presentation and 5-minute question and answer session, please ensure the module lead/assessor receives a copy of the presentation, references, and any notes.
Module Outcomes:
1. Demonstrate a critical understanding of a range of theories, models and approaches that aim to address the diverse needs of service users within Health and Social Care

TIME LIMIT

10 minutes (+5 Q&A)


SUBMISSION METHOD

Presentation

 

DATE/TIME OF SUBMISSION

*Please see guidance below on application of late penalties*

Date and times to be allocated by module lead

 

 

DATE/TIME OF SUBMISSION IF EXTENSION AUTHORISED

Unless your assignment is submitted by the deadline, it will receive a mark of zero. Oral assessments are managed in the same way as exams and as such extensions are unable to be given for these assessments. Following the date of submission requests may be made for the Board of Examiners to take extenuating circumstances for non-submission into account. All such requests must be made on the standard pro forma and must be accompanied by corroborating evidence.

RETURN DATE

To be announced

 

FEEDBACK METHOD

Turnitin - VLE

 

FEEDBACK

Feedback will be available on the VLE. If you have any specific questions relating to the comments on the feedback sheet, please contact your Module Tutor and arrange a tutorial with them. Tutor details are provided in the ‘Contact Details’ section on Blackboard.


MARK SCHEME

GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT

You must ensure that you familiarise yourself with the Code of Practice for the Assessment for Students which governs all Bishop Grosseteste University assessments:- Code of Practice for the Assessment for Students.

COMPLETING YOUR ASSIGNMENT

Your tutor will be available to answer any questions you have regarding the assignment and you should check their availability to access their support.

You can get support with your academic practice from Learning Development. This support includes online resources, workshops, drop-in sessions and one to one appointments. You can also get support for any technical aspects of your submission from Digital Learning. Please visit the CELT (Centre for Enhancement in Learning and Teaching) course on Blackboard to find out more. Additional help is available from the CELT Centre.

Please also make use of support available from the Library, either through their Blackboard and LibGuides sites or by visiting the Cornerstone building.

To get the most from the support available, please access it at the earliest opportunity.

REFERENCING

The University uses APA (American Psychological Association) 7th as its referencing standard as laid out in the Handbook for Written Coursework (APA7th). We strongly recommend you familiarise yourself with this document which can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/13E5eppxk1iodiZGHHaqgyyoFloENq4Xl/view?usp=sharing.

PLAGIARISM

Your attention is drawn to the University’s Code of Practice for Academic Misconduct covering plagiarism. Penalties for work found to be plagiarised can be severe and can include the withdrawal of the right to resubmit work and/or termination of studies. On submission of the assignment, you will be required to declare that the work is your own and that all sources have been properly acknowledged.

ORIGINALITY CHECK

The University uses originality software to check student work. Occasionally, requests will be received from other institutions to see student work where the software has noted potential high levels of duplication. In these instances, the University reserves the right to share the work anonymously with the institution concerned.

PRESENTATION OF WORK

General information on layout, referencing and presentation can be found in the Handbook for Written Coursework (APA7th). Please see: https://drive.google.com/file/d/13E5eppxk1iodiZGHHaqgyyoFloENq4Xl/view?usp=sharing

Unless your assignment is submitted by the deadline indicated above, penalties will be applied in accordance with the Code of Practice for the Assessment of Students. Please Note: if work is submitted more than 24 hours after the deadline, it will receive a mark of zero.

If you require any advice or support with making your submission please contact the Digital Learning Team at digitallearning@bishopg.ac.uk or by calling 01522 563866.

EXTENSIONS

All requests for extensions must be submitted to Registry on the e-form available here https://sharepoint.bishopg.ac.uk/eforms/_layouts/15/FormServer.aspx?XsnLocation=https://sharepoint. bishopg.ac.uk/eforms/assignmentextend/Forms/template.xsn&SaveLocation=https%3A%2F%2Fsharepoi nt%2Ebishopg%2Eac%2Euk%2Feforms%2Fassignmentextend&ClientInstalled=false&DefaultItemOpen=0 &OpenIn=Browser at least 1 working day BEFORE the published deadline. Such requests must be submitted with corroborating evidence if appropriate.

EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES

Following the date of submission, requests may be made for the Board of Examiners to take extenuating circumstances for non-submission into account. All such requests must be made in accordance with the Code of Practice for Extenuating Circumstances and be submitted on the Extenuating Circumstance

Request Form. They must be accompanied by corroborating evidence. Further guidance is available at the end of the standard pro-forma.

Mark Range

Understanding of Issues

Development of theme/argument

Selection and Analysis of Sources

Quality of Communication

90-100

An extremely

Very considerable

Exceptionally

Excellent

 

confident and

evidence of

scholarly use and

communication,

 

perceptive account,

independent thinking

evaluation of a wide

containing no or

 

showing great

in a coherent,

range of sources.

almost no errors, and

 

assurance when

wellformulated

Very considerable

demonstrating very

 

discussing the

structure, which draws

evidence of originality

considerable stylistic

 

issues. An account,

key strands together

in obtaining, handling

elegance, sustained

 

which offers

making a coherent

and deploying a wide

use of an appropriate

 

sustained, high

whole. Writing which

range of sources and

register and great

 

quality independent

is likely to show a very

in the critical

precision.

 

insights into the

considerable degree of

judgements they

 

 

issues.

originality in its

support.

 

 

 

argument throughout.

 

 

80-89

A very confident

Considerable evidence

Very scholarly use

Communication of

 

and perceptive

of independent

and evaluation of a

very high quality,

 

account, showing

thinking in a coherent,

wide range of

containing almost no

 

great assurance

well-formulated

sources. Considerable

errors, and showing

 

when discussing the

structure, which draws

evidence of originality

considerable stylistic

 

issues. An account,

key strands together

in obtaining, handling

elegance, use of an

 

which offers several

making a coherent

and deploying

appropriate register

 

independent and

whole.

sources and in the

and great precision.

 

good quality insights

Writing which is likely

critical judgements

 

 

into the issues.

to show some

they support.

 

 

 

originality in its

 

 

 

 

argument.

 

 

70-79

A confident and

Independent thinking

Scholarly use and

Communication of

 

perceptive account,

in a coherent,

evaluation of sources.

high-quality showing

 

showing a sure

wellformulated

An element of

elegance of style,

 

understanding of

structure, which draws

originality employed

awareness of

 

issues and

key strands together.

in critical judgements.

audience and

 

independent insight

 

 

precision of phrasing.

 

into them.

 

 

 

60-69

A clear and

Clear evidence of

Critical judgement

A written style, which

 

confident

independent and

exercised in the

contributes to the

 

understanding of

sustained thinking in

selection, analysis and

clear and fluent

 

relevant issues and

the construction of an

evaluation of primary

communication of

 

questions.

argument.

and secondary

meaning. Generally

 

 

 

sources based on

appropriate for the

 

 

 

careful research.

audience, generally

 

 

 

 

precise.

 

50-59

A generally sound understanding of relevant issues and questions.

An essay, which is sound and coherent, if not decisively, focused or argued. Not full of insight.

Competent description and analysis of primary and secondary sources with clear indications of the ability to select and evaluate evidence.

Few inconsistencies in written style, which impair communication.

Possibly a few difficulties with register. Some imprecisions in

phrasing.

40-49

Some understanding of relevant issues and questions.

A mainly coherently structured discussion but not adequately sustained.

Some ability to select and analyse sources but an account where the balance is towards the descriptive and remains over-reliant on secondary sources.

Some inconsistencies in written style, which                      impair communication.

Some difficulties with register. A  number of problems with phrasing.

35-39

A limited understanding of relevant issues and questions

Limited evidence of the ability to provide a coherent structure for discussion.

Heavy reliance on a limited range of sources with little interpretation or analysis. A largely descriptive or derivative account.

Many inconsistencies and inaccuracies, which impair communication; inappropriate

register for audience.

30-34

A very limited understanding of relevant issues and questions.

Very limited evidence of the ability to provide a coherent structure for discussion.

Limited evidence of use of sources.

Sources are likely to be inappropriate or used in an ineffective way.

Very many inconsistencies and inaccuracies, which impair communication; inappropriate register for audience.

20-29

An extremely limited understanding of relevant issues and questions.

Extremely limited evidence of the ability to provide a coherent structure for discussion.

Very limited evidence of use of sources.

Sources are likely to be inappropriate or used in an ineffective

way.

Communication is disjointed, with poor grammar making it largely incoherent.

10-19

Very slight understanding of relevant issues and questions.

Very slight evidence of ability to provide a coherent structure for discussion.

Very slight evidence of sources.

Very slight evidence of communication.

0-9

No or almost no understanding of relevant issues and questions.

No or almost no evidence of the ability to provide a coherent structure for discussion

No or almost no evidence of sources.

No or almost no evidence of communication.

 

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