7SR008 Sport Assessment Brief For Students :
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Institute of Sport Assessment Brief for Students
|Module Code & Title||7SR008: Extended Dissertation|
|Module Leader||Dr Ian Lahart||Module Internal Moderator|
|Assessment Weighting & Assessment Limits||25,000 words||Mode of Assessment||Project|
|Assessment Title||Research Project|
|Learning Outcomes Assessed||Learning Outcome 2: Produce research or practice which demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of skills and knowledge appropriate to your area of study. Learning Outcome 3: Apply knowledge extensively, in original ways and demonstrate a practical understanding of how established techniques are used to create and interpret knowledge in your area of study. Learning Outcome 4: Communicate complex issues systematically and creatively to relevant audiences.|
|Formative assessments 22nd March 2022: Students are required to deliver a 10 min PowerPoint presentation to showcase the progress of their extended dissertation. This will be followed by questions from staff and peers.|
Submitting this assessment & getting feedback
|When to submit the assessment||12th September 2022 before 13:59||When you will be given your grade & feedback||Four weeks post submission|
|How to submit this assessment||Online submission via Canvas||How you will be given your grade & feedback||Via Evision and Canvas|
|Problems affecting your study and your ability to meet an assessment deadline? When you are given your feedback you should make a note of how you will use it to improve a future assessment|
Employability skills developed by this assessment
|All assessments provide you with the opportunity to develop skills that are useful to employers. Additional information on employability skills. This assessment will allow you to develop the employability skills indicated below. This may include work towards the Wolverhampton Enterprise and Employability Award (WEEA)|
|Completing this assessment will enable you to show evidence of the following employability skills: Planning & Organising–project design, recruiting participants, collecting and organising data, project write up; Problem Solving & Analysing–project design, organising and implementing data collection, data analysis, review & analysis of literature; Written Communication–project write up; Creativity–project design and implementation; Self-awareness & confidence–preparing and completing project; General IT, numeracy and literacy–data processing and analysis, project write up.|
Academic misconduct & how to avoid it
|The University takes any form of academic misconduct (https://www.wolvesunion.org/adviceandsupport/academicadvice/academicmisconduct/) very seriously. No student should have an unfair advantage over another as a result of academic misconduct; whether this is in the form of plagiarism, collusion or cheating. When you are preparing your assessment, you need to make sure that all your information is accurate, that everything you hand in is your own work, and that you have referenced all of your sources properly. By submitting a piece of work, you are declaring to the University that it is your own, and you are responsible for ensuring it comes up to the required standards. It is vital that you understand how to avoid academic misconduct as the maximum penalty for an offence is exclusion from the University. You should therefore consult the Student Union guidance on Academic Misconduct. Avoid the temptation to “commission” work or to cheat in other ways. There are temptations on the internet for you to take “short cuts”. Do not be tempted to either commission work to be completed on your behalf or search for completed past academic work.|
What you need to do to complete this assessment
|Assignment 2 (25000 words; LO’s 2,3 & 4) The aim of this assessment is for you to complete and write up a research project.|
|Write up your project as a 25,000-word dissertation / project report.The exact structure of your project must be agreed with your project supervisor. Depending on the nature of the topic it may take the form of an empirically based research project, a professional practice-based research project, a practice as research project.|
|Assessment limits (25,000 words) have been adhered to?|
|Reference list using appropriate referencing system http://www.wlv.ac.uk/lib/skills-for-learning/referencing/|
General assessment guidance
|The University of Wolverhampton provides you with a huge range of resources to help you develop the skills needed to succeed with your studies, including completing assessments. These include online resources, workshops, and drop in sessions. You should consult the ‘Skills for Learning’ webpage for further information.The University provides a wide range of IT Services to support you with your studies, including access to free Microsoft Office software.Always keep a copy of your completed assessment work. The university provides you with access to a 1GB Personal File Store, which is a secure area allocated to you on a central server where you can save your files. You can access your personal file store from any computer with Internet access, either on or off campus.Always keep a record (e.g. notes, journal articles, drafts of your work, etc.) that show the development of your work and the sources you have used.Clearly state your student number when submitting work but do not indicate your name.|
How your work will be assigned a grade
All 7SR008 Sport Assessment Brief For Students assessments are sent to external examiners for consideration prior to publication to students.
The University Student Charter states that constructive feedback should be available in no more than four University working weeks of the assessment submission deadline, with the option of more detailed feedback if you need it.
University Working weeks are those where the University is normally open –and so does not include Bank Holiday periods or closures at Christmas and Easter (See the Academic Calendar).
 All 7SR008 Sport Assessment Brief For Students assessments are sent to external examiners for consideration prior to publication to students.
 The University Student Charter states that constructive feedback should be available in no more than four University working weeks of the assessment submission deadline, with the option of more detailed feedback if you need it. University Working weeks are those where the University is normally open – and so does not include Bank Holiday periods or closures at Christmas and Easter (See the Academic Calendar).
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