Organise Information / Data Using Recommended Structures and Self-Determined Processes.
Students at Level III distinguish between a range of recommended structures, to use ones most appropriate and in ways most appropriate, to organise information or data from research.
|EXAMPLE CRITERIA||NATURE OF THE TASK||DISCIPLINE||YEAR LEVEL||FULL MARKING CRITERIA|
|Uses hierarchical note-taking framework to organise information appropriately||Entry-level diagnostic of literature research skills||Business Ethics||Masters by Coursework||BEmon_diagmc08|
|Report-writing conventions followed completely||Research paper||Business Ethics||Masters by Coursework||BEmon_resrepmc08|
|Organising sentence/paragraph gives precise interoduction. Body of text logically arranged||Diagnostic legal scenario||Business Law||Masters by Coursework||BLmel_diagmc08|
|Logical structure is present, appropriate and coherent||Research paper||Business Law||Masters by Coursework||BLmel_asignmc08|
|Logical structure is present, appropriate and coherent||Research paper||Electronics Engineering||Masters by Coursework||PHOTas_papermcMast07|
|Uses hierarchical note-taking framework to organise information appropriately. All sections linked with coherent flow||Literature research skills||Human Biology||First Year|
|All sections linked with coherent flow. Aim clearly stated and appropriate||Sourcing and referencing scientific information||Human Biology||First Year|
|Report-writing conventions generally completely||Open inquiry in population analysis and report||Human Biology||
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|Wide variety of organisational strategies used for wiki and poster, with accurate explanations and coherent linkage between sections||Wiki and poster assessment||Oral Health||First Year||OH_wiki_poster08|
|Data-recording method effectively organises data||Entry-level diagnostic of experimental design||Psychology||Third Year||PSYmac_diagmc05|