This assessment item consists of 2 parts also.
PPT Presentation (20%)
You are to prepare a ppt as if you were going to present it in class. You are to apply concepts, models and frameworks introduced during the Unit to assess the risks faced by a ‘real-world’ company, organization or government of your choice. Suggest how your selected entity could better deal with your identified risks.
So, some advice.
You are to prepare a ppt with text &/or pictures as you deem necessary to make 'that point' on that relevant slide.
Your 'notes page' is where you will expand on what is on the ppt slide. In other words, what is on the 'notes page', this is what you would tell the class by way of explanation.
Notes on your 'notes page' must be referenced.
The notes need to make sense to the marker. Bullet points along will NOT suffice. There needs to be a clear and obvious connection between what is on the ppt slide and what is contained in your 'notes page'.
The ppt only needs to go for 5 mins. So, how many ppt slides you deem relevant, this is up to you.
There is NO need to have a 'notes page' with any introduction of you. In other words, assume everyone knows who you are.
The text on your 'note page' does not have to be in 1st person conversation. In other words, it does NOT have to be, I said, "blah blah blah.." The referenced material on the 'notes page is fine'.
Part 2: Reflexive Exercise (10%)
You will submit a short (500 words) Reflexive Exercise. This exercise is NOT on what you learnt when preparing the ppt per sa BUT, what on what was it you learnt about the 'real-world' example. In other words,
As an individual, you will submit a short Reflexive Exercise about your Group Presentation. You are asked to consider:
So, some advice....
As it is only 500 words there is NO need for an introduction. Go straight into your paper.
Your conclusion may only be 1 or 2 sentences given 500 words is not much at all. How much you decide to devote to a conclusion is up to you but, there must be some 'type' of conclusion
+/- 10% word limit is still applicable
Your academic support for your view must come from scholarly material. In other words, you must support your experience/s (whatever that may be) with academic peer reviewed material.
To what degree you decide to allocate the 'words' to each point, point 1 or 2, is up to you. No one will be marked up or down if you chose one way over the other.
You can address each point separately or as one. Again, it is up to you. No one will be marked up or down if you chose one way over the other.
You can use subheading if you wish, or not. Again it is up to you. No one will be marked up or down if you do or do not use subheadings.
I think that is it!
Kind regards, Vince