AssessmentsAssessment Information Assessment Title:Weighting:Length:Due Date:Assessment 2 –Review Essay40%1200 (+- 10%) (excluding references)Submission (online) due Week 10 – Sunday at 11.59pm COURSE: Master of Business (Research)Unit:Foundational Skills for Academic ResearchUnit Code:BUS600Type of Assessment:Assessment 2 – Review EssayUnit LearningOutcomesaddressed:a) Analyse and reflect critically on a range of materials and sourcespresented in written, spoken, visual and numerical format.b) Describe and discuss the key features, constituent process andconstraints of academic research.c) Communicate ideas and concepts in language and structureappropriate to an academic research context.d) Articulate and express ideas and information in academic formatas specified by the Excelsia College minimum academicstandards, including appropriate use of the APA referencingstyle.e) Understand the personal, intellectual and practical requirementsfor successful research at a postgraduate level.Criteria forAssessment:theoretical and methodological substance, interest and/orconcern in written form. Systematic identification and examination of assumptions (hiddenand explicit), forms of argument, quality of evidence andappropriateness of conclusions and recommendations.Assessment Task:Students will choose a journal article, book chapter or otheracademic work to review in essay form.Students will be expected to locate the work in a theoreticalcontext and to discuss the work with both depth and clarity.The emphasis in the essay is on the quality of studentswriting and their ability to sustain an insightful and coherentreview.Submission Date:Week 10 Demonstrated understanding of the structure and content of apeer-reviewed article. Demonstrated ability to discuss academic research with clarityand coherence, and to sustain argumentation on points of Strict adherence to academic style, conventions and APAreferencing and format. Total Mark &Weighting:40 marks | 40% MARKING GUIDE (RUBRIC): Assessment CriteriaTotal Marks – 40Demonstrated understanding of the structure and content of a peerreviewed article.10Demonstrated ability to discuss academic research with clarity andcoherence, and to sustain argumentation on points of theoretical andmethodological substance, interest and/or concern in written form.15Systematic identification and examination of assumptions (hidden andexplicit), forms of argument, quality of evidence and appropriatenessof conclusions and recommendations.10Strict adherence to academic style, conventions and APA referencingand format.5
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