Assignment Brief Academic Year 2022-23
|Module code and title:||FY027 Preparing for Success at University: Self Development and Responsibility||Module leader:||Cadmel Misiani|
|Assignment No. and type:||PR1: Oral Presentation||Assessment weighting:||40%|
|Submission time and date:||28-Apr-23||Target feedback time and date:||3 weeks|
In this assignment, you will undertake a group project and deliver a 15-minute group presentation on the subject of how to be an effective student using PowerPoint or equivalent and delivered live on- campus.
Each team member will be expected to develop and present an equal share of the materials (15 minutes divided by the number of team members).
You will be expected to devote substantial time to completing this project independently, in addition to any scheduled teaching in the module. It will be your collective group responsibility to organise this independent study.
Each member of the group will be required to submit their group’s slides, or presentation media, including a script of each individual oral presentation identified by name, via the submission point for PR1 on LSST Connect. These must be identical to the copies submitted by the other group members.
Any secondary sources used should be listed in a Reference List using Harvard.
|This assignment has been designed to provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your achievement of the following module learning outcomes:|
|LO1: Demonstrate effective communication skills, applicable to academic and professional contexts.|
|LO2: Work effectively with others in the delivery of a group project|
Referencing and presentational requirements
|Please reference your work according to the Harvard style as defined in Cite Them Right Online (http://www.citethemrightonline.com). This information is also available in book form: Pears, R. and Shields, G. (2019) Cite them right: the essential reference guide. 11th edn. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Copies are available via the University library.|
|Please also note that work that is submitted up to 10 working days beyond the submission date will be considered a late submission. Late submissions will be marked and the actual mark recorded; but, will be capped at the pass mark (typically 40%), provided that the work is of a passing standard. Work submitted after this period will not be marked and will be treated as a non-submission.|
|Academic integrity means taking responsibility for your own work. When you submit an assignment, you are effectively making a declaration that it is your own work and that you have acknowledged the contribution of others and their ideas in its development (for example, by referencing them appropriately). For further information and guidance, please see the University website: https://www.bucks.ac.uk/current- students/registry-helpdesk-and-academic-advice/academic-integrity-and-misconduct You are also expected to take responsibility for maintaining and managing confidentiality issues in your work. You should maintain and respect confidentiality in relation to the protection of personal, technical and/or commercial information of a sensitive nature in their assessed work, whatever the format. Confidentiality issues will vary from subject to subject and you are encouraged to seek advice from your course team if you are unclear about requirements in your context. For further information and guidance, please see the University website: https://www.bucks.ac.uk/academic-confidentiality|