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Does gender/class/race (pick one) make a difference in achievement in education?
Assessment brief Assessment task: Essay with a reflective element
Word count or equivalent: 1500 words (1000 -word essay + 500-word reflective element) Topic of your essay: Social factors in Education
Does gender/class/race (pick one) make a difference in achievement in education? Before you begin:
Decide on the topic (which social factor (ONE) interests you & identify key words)
Identify your main argument (what are you trying to communicate?)
Start by reading the following in the key text:
Introduction to Education Studies – Fourth Edition, By Steve Bartlett and Diana Burton
Social factors in education:
Class pp. 280-292 Social factors in education: Ethnicity pp. 302-313 Social factor in education: Gender pp. 292-302
Using key words search
Summon to locate academic sources. Read academic sources and note findings that are common or very different; what are some trends? What is the conclusion that you have reached after reading through the sources?
What to include:
IntroductionIntroduce the topic of your essay and give relevant definitions; State the main argument; explain how the essay is organised
BodySummarise what you have read. Identify the most important themes or topics or findings that researchers agree or disagree on. Carefully structure your paragraphs to show the development of your main argument; include transition sentences to link ideas and paragraphs together. Make sure you references other people’s ideas appropriately using in-text references.
ConclusionBriefly summarise your main points
Reflective element (Poster Assignment) Introduce your reflection using Kolb’s reflective cycle. What happened? What was my experience of it? Why did it happen? Is there any research that might deepen my understanding? What will I do if/when it happens again?
ReferencesInclude the minimum of 5 references under the heading “References”. Remember to reference Kolb’s reflective cycle.
• Academic references include books, academic journal articles, reports and government documents. Please use the APA guidelines available on Blackboard.