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                        THE ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES
                              IMPROVING HEALTH: DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE PRACTICE
        Student’s matriculation number…………………………………………………..                                  Assessment: Coursework Weighting 100%

                                                                                             Overall Grade …………… (Subject to ratification)

     ASPECT                Grade F             Grade E                  Grade D                  Grade C               Grade B             Grade A
Introduction and       No Introduction.   Unclear                 Provides an overview      Provides an overview   Provides a          Comprehensive
overview of health                        Introduction.           of the activity with      of the activity, may   generally clear &   and detailed
improvement                                                       sufficient detail but     occasionally lack      concise overview    overview of the
activity /                                                        lacking in clarity.       detail and clarity.    of the activity.    activity linkage to
intervention                                                                                                                           the rest of the
                                                                                                                                       assessment.
Critical analysis of   No critical        No critical account.    Some attempts at          Critical analysis      Sound critical      Comprehensive
health                 analysis. Weak     Descriptive account.    critical analysis in      evident but            analysis of needs   balanced critical
improvement            descriptive                                relation to needs         inconsistent in        assessment &        analysis of needs
activity /             account.                                   assessment & design       relation to needs      design. Some        assessment &
intervention to                                                   of activity. Mainly       assessment & design    imbalance.          design.
include needs                                                     descriptive.              of activity. Some
assessment and                                                    Imbalanced.               imbalance.
design.
Critical analysis of   No critical        No critical analysis.   Some attempts at          Critical analysis      Sound critical      Comprehensive
health                 analysis. Weak     Descriptive account.    critical analysis in      evident but            analysis of         balanced critical
improvement            descriptive                                relation to               inconsistent in        implementation      analysis of
activity /             account.                                   implementation and        relation to            and evaluation of   implementation
intervention                                                      evaluation of activity.   implementation and     activity. Some      and evaluation of
implementation &                                                  Mainly descriptive.       evaluation. Some       imbalance.          activity.
evaluation process                                                Imbalance.                imbalance.
     ASPECT               Grade F              Grade E                Grade D                   Grade C                Grade B                Grade A
Application and       Minimal if any      Limited Health        Appropriate Health         Appropriate selection   Appropriate            Highly appropriate
relevance of Health   Health              Improvement           Improvement theory         of Health               selection of Health    selection of Health
Improvement           Improvement         theory included.      included but some key      Improvement theory      Improvement            Improvement
Principles.           theory included.    Key issues missed     issues missed or           that is generally       theory that is well    theory that is well
                      Demonstrates lack   or misconstrued       misconstrued &             related back to the     related back to        related back to
                      of understanding.   and not related       frequently may not be      activity.               the activity. A        the activity. In
                                          back to project.      related back to the        Understanding of        good                   depth
                                                                activity.                  relevance although      understanding of       understanding of
                                                                Understanding of           occasionally aspects    the relevance to       relevance to the
                                                                relevance to activity is   maybe misconstrued.     the activity is        activity is evident.
                                                                limited and superficial.                           evident.


Reflection            Fails to reflect.   Minimal reflection.   Has attempted to           Demonstrates            Good attempt to        Deep and
                                          Descriptive.          reflect but in a           reasonable level of     reflect throughout     insightful
                                                                superficial inconsistent   reflection with some    clearly with good      reflection of all
                                                                manner. Briefly            identification of the   identification of      elements.
                                                                addresses their role in    personal learning       the personal           Comprehensively
                                                                the intervention but       gained from             learning gained        addressing their
                                                                may be more                experience.             from the               role in the
                                                                descriptive than                                   experience.            intervention and
                                                                reflective.                                                               the personal
                                                                                                                                          learning gained
                                                                                                                                          from the
                                                                                                                                          experience.
Conclusions /         Very limited or     Limited conclusions   Synthesis of findings      Synthesis of finding    Sound synthesis        Clearly and
Recommendations       unsubstantiated     and                   in conclusions and         into conclusions and    of findings into       consistently well
                      conclusions or      Recommendations.      recommendations            recommendations         conclusions and        synthesised and
                      recommendations.    Mostly                evident but lacks          evident. Generally a    recommendations.       grounded
                                          unsubstantiated.      logical progression        logical progression     Soundly supported      conclusions and
                                                                from body of work.         from body of work.      by literature in the   recommendations.
                                                                                           Mainly substantiated.   body of work.
     ASPECT                  Grade F               Grade E                 Grade D                  Grade C                Grade B              Grade A
Presentation            An inadequate         Structure is evident   A satisfactory standard   A good standard of      A very good          An excellent
                        standard of           but not appropriate,   of presentation. Some     presentation.           standard of          standard of
                        presentation.         maybe confusing.       attempt at appropriate    Structure mainly        presentation.        presentation.
                        Structure is not      Meaning often          structure. Meaning        apparent and            Clear and            Clarity of
                        evident and           ambiguous or           apparent, but             appropriate.            appropriate          expression
                        language,             unclear, language      language not always       Language mainly         structure.           excellent.
                        grammar and           ineffective.           fluent. Grammar and       fluent. Grammar and     Thoughts             Consistently
                        spelling poor.        Grammar and            spelling may be           spelling mainly         expressed clearly.   accurate use of
                                              spelling poor.         inconsistent.             accurate.               Language fluent.     grammar and
                                                                                                                       Grammar and          spelling.
                                                                                                                       spelling accurate.
Use of source           Little evidence of    Some evidence of       Evidence of reading       Evidence of selecting   Uses of variety of   Ability to select,
material and            reading around        reading around the     relevant literature but   and reading relevant    relevant sources     apprise and apply
referencing.            the subject.          subject. Limited       may be over-reliant on    literature. Minor       and applies          relevant literature.
                        Referencing           referencing with       secondary sources.        inconsistencies and     reading to the       Referencing clear,
                        inaccurate or         inconsistencies and    Referencing present       inaccuracies in         subject.             relevant and
                        absent.               inaccuracies.          but with                  referencing.            Referencing          consistently
                                                                     inconsistencies and                               relevant and         accurate.
                                                                     inaccuracies.                                     mainly accurate.
Plagiarism identified – Fail - reported to Head of School.
         Comments:


         Positive aspects of work:


         Areas for further development:


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