1. Case Analysis:
Analyses the case identifying the key issues and/or problems. Clearly indicates and explains one priority issue or problem that is to be managed.
Too brief; inability to identify issues raised by the question; may show superficial treatment; insufficient knowledge or understanding of the topic; much irrelevant material Borderline and limited understanding of question; some gaps in addressing key issues; largely descriptive
Sufficient understanding of question; some evidence of analysis of core content and problems /issues of the case. Priority …show more content…
/models to explain the recommendations. Actions somewhat relate to the priority issue; some theories
/models used but are not well explained.
Actions relate to the priority issue; minimal appropriate theories
/models to explain the recommendations. Actions strongly relate to the priority issue; appropriate theories /models are well applied to explain the recommendations. 4. Referencing
Harvard Referencing style; including in-text referencing and an alphabetised reference list. Does not meet minimum referencing guidelines; absence of, or extremely poor and inconsistent use of required referencing intext and in reference list
Appropriate, though perhaps inconsistent, application of referencing guidelines both in-text and in reference list
Appropriate and consistent use of referencing guidelines; some errors in-text or in reference list
Appropriate and consistent use of referencing guidelines; minor errors only
Actions strongly relate to the priority issue; several appropriate theories
/models are applied to explain the recommendations. High level of consistency and appropriate use of all referencing guidelines
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5. Professional level of presentation, case