Your End of Module Project should be submitted at the end of Week 12 of the module. Word count 2,000 words.
Drawing on the mid-module assignment and feedback provided you need to:
- Create training materials for your chosen workshop for a 45 minute delivery session.
The training materials must include:
- PowerPoint slides containing:
- The full lesson plan for a 45 minute training workshop on your chosen topic along with the training content included and supporting notes pages for training delivery, not exceeding 2,000 words.
You should draw on both practical and theoretical knowledge gained from learning during the module as well as relevant academic and practitioner literature to support the development of the training workshop.
Academic Integrity and Plagiarism
We take academic integrity very seriously. Academic integrity means acting with fairness and honesty, giving credit to others where you are referring to their ideas or research and respecting the work of others. Plagiarism is defined as: `Using or copying the work of others (whether written, printed or in any other form) without proper acknowledgement`. Before you finalise your assignment take time to check that all your statements are backed up with supporting evidence, that all sources you use - whether referring to their ideas, quoting directly or paraphrasing - are correctly referenced in the text. Correct use of referencing acknowledges the academic whose work has informed yours, enables the reader to find the sources you have used and demonstrates your ability to find and analyse relevant information.
Failure to properly acknowledge the work of others is an academic offence and may result in your work incurring a penalty or, in the most serious cases, you being removed from the course for academic dishonesty.
If you are unsure about referencing or plagiarism there are useful resources available in the Study Skills Hub which is accessible from the menu on the left hand side. If you are still experiencing difficulties with academic integrity then you can contact the Study Skills Team for individualised support [email protected]
Please note, a word count penalty applies to this assessment.
If your assessment exceeds the word count limit or range by more than 10% then your awarded grade will be reduced by 10% grade points. For more information please see your student handbook.
Not meeting the word count
There is no grade reduction applied if your assignment does not meet the word count range or limit, but to maximise your opportunity to achieve the highest grade possible, you should aim to meet the word count or range as closely as possible.
Turnitin Originality Check
Before submitting your assignment, it is important to check the originality of your work by submitting your assignment to Turnitin.
By submitting your assignment to this tool you will receive an originality report which can be used to check that you have not included other authors work without correct citation. It is important to note that submitting your work to the Turnitin Originality Check tool does not count as a submission of your final work. You must still submit your assignment below.
- Blind Marking: We use a system of anonymous marking - please ensure that there is no information on your assignment which could identify you; this includes initials and name in either the document itself or the filename of the document.
- Use UoEO Harvard referencing throughout.
- Your final assignment should be 2,000 words in length.
- Submit your saved document below before the end of Unit 12