Leisure Behaviour and Development #2

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Due date: 20th of July 2017, 2000hrs GMT+8

Attached Marking Rubic and Guide


Word count: 2000 words excluding referencing

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A minimum of six (6) academic sources (books or journal articles) and follow the Gold Guide for essay struction and style and referencing conventions

Referencing style: Compulsory to use APA referencing


Introduction –Body –Conclusion –Reference List


Topic: Choose a youth leisure activity and critically discuss how it relates to identity development.

Purpose: The purporse of the essay is to assess your understanding of relationship between leisure and hman experience as well as the ability to undertake academic research and writing where you present a well-evidenced and reasoned argument.

This assessment item relates to the following course learning outcomes:

1. demonstrate an integrative understanding of the major determinants and general features of human growth and development;

2. demostrate knowledge of selected psychological theories and concepts as they apply to leisure

3. apply human growth and development theories and concepts to everyday human experiences

4. employ various theoretical perspectives to evaluate individual differences in the choices and eperience of leisure and leisure participation in general;

5. apply effective critical thinking and communication skills.

Purpose: The purporse of the essay is to assess your understanding of relationship between leisure and hman experience as well as the ability to undertake academic research and writing where you present a well-evidenced and reasoned argument.

Assessment Criteria: Five criteria will be used

– Research skills and use of sources (ie. scholarly literature)

– Knowledge and understanding

– Discussion and argument

– Writing and structure

– Referencing

Leisure Behaviour and Development #2
LEIS1130 Essay (30%) – Trimester 2 2017 – Due Friday 21st July 10 pm Australia time (Turnitin ) Student: Submitted: Criteria/ Standards Poor <50% Satisfactory 50 -64 % Good 65-74% Very Good 75 -84% Excellent >85% Research/ Literature Student demonstrates inadequate research skills; literature used is irrelevant or insufficient; did not use a minimum of 6 scholarly sources. Student demonstrates adequate research skills; some literature used is irrelevant but includes 6 scholarly references. Student demonstrates good research skills; good choice of literature; 6 relevant scholarly references. Student demonstrates very good research skills; very good choice of literature; 6 or more scholarly references. Student demonstrates outstanding research skills; excellent choice of literature; 6 or more scholarly references. Knowledge/ Understanding Poor knowledge and understanding of the chosen topic; student has not read sufficient and/or appropriate material to engage with key concepts and issues. Satisfactory knowledge and understanding of the chosen topic; evidence of sufficient reading on the topic but limited critical engagement with key concepts and issues. Good knowledge and understanding of the chosen topic; evidence of sufficient reading and emerging critical engagement with key concepts and issues. Very good knowledge and understanding of the chosen topic; evidence of wide reading and sound critical engagement with key concepts and issues. Excellent knowledge and understanding of the chosen topic; evidence of substantial reading and sophisticated critical engagement with key concepts and issues. Discussion/ Argument Unsatisfactory – argument irrelevant and/or lacks logic; aim and purpose of the essay was not stated in the Introduction; little or no critical insight; poor synthesis of theoretical and conceptual material; weak or no conclusion. Satisfactory – but at times argument lacks relevance and/or logic; aim and purpose of the essay could be more clearly stated in the Introduction; some critical insight; basic synthesis of theoretical and conceptual material; weak conclusion. Good – relevant and logical argument; aim and purpose of the essay is clearly stated in the Introduction; good critical insight; good synthesis of theoretical and conceptual material; good conclusion. Very good – relevant and logical argument; aim and purpose of the essay is clearly stated in the Introduction; very good critical insight; very good synthesis of theoretical and conceptual material; very good conclusion. Excellent – original, relevant and logical argument; excellent critical insight; aim and purpose of the essay is clearly stated in the Introduction; excellent synthesis of theoretical and conceptual material; strong conclusion. Writing/ Structure Poor – frequent typographical, spelling, punctuation, and/or grammatical (mechanical) errors; expression and/or structure need major revision to improve clarity; no evidence of proofreading or editing; word limit not observed. Satisfactory – some mechanical errors; expression and/or structure need minor revision to improve clarity; essay needs further proofreading and editing; word limit observed. Good – no mechanical errors; expression and/or structure need minor revision to improve clarity; evidence that essay has been proofread but needs further editing; word limit observed. Very good – no mechanical errors; essay is well constructed and meaning is clear; evidence that essay has been proofread and edited; word limit observed. Excellent – no mechanical errors; essay is well constructed, meaning is clear and expression is sophisticated; evidence that essay has been proofread and edited numerous times; word limit observed. Referencing Inadequate – not in APA style; in-text citations are inadequate, inaccurate or absent; Reference List is absent or inadequate (e.g. not in alphabetical order, not all references used in the body are included). Adequate – may not be in consistent APA style; in- text citations appear but are not always correct; Reference List is alphabetical and all references cited in the body are included. Good – consistent APA style; in-text citations are mostly correct and mostly comprehensive; Reference List is alphabetical and all references cited in the body are included. Very good – consistent APA style; in-text citations are almost all correct and comprehensive; Reference List is alphabetical and all references cited in the body are included. Excellent – consistent APA style; in- text citations are correct and comprehensive; Reference List is alphabetical and all references cited in the body are included. Comments: Late penalty (@ 3 marks per day) r day) Total /30 Grade

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