COURSEWORK ASSESSMENT BOOKLET CSPE

New information which has no relevance to the course-work module. The student should avoid repeating the summary of information as a conclusion. A clear statement of a number of skills developed. Clear identification of an issue, which is relevant to the particular course-work module. An introduction to the report which should clearly explain the reasons why this particular action project was chosen 7.

One word or one sentence which repeats the title of the course-work module and does not explain what the module was about. A clear statement of its relevance to Civic, Social and Political Education should be included. The student should not confuse the summary of information with the conclusion nor should they repeat an account of the activities undertaken. Skills may be taken from the following categories: Clear identification of an issue, which is relevant to the particular course-work module. This section should list and briefly describe differentactivities undertaken during the course of the Action Project.

A clear statement of its relevance to Civic, Social and Political Education should be included.

coursework assessment booklet cspe

An introduction to the report which should clearly explain the reasons why this particular action project courzework chosen 7. In some cases a word or couple of words will suffice. Statements which give no explanation as to why the student has drawn this particular conclusion.

Examples of activities include conducting a survey, interviewing, writing letters, working in teams, presenting findings.

Subject Area: CSPE

Skills may be taken from the following categories: For example, a student may have learnt a number of skills relating to the voting procedure for a general election, in class.

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Events which do not describe a learning process directly related to the Civic, Social and Political Education course. Titles that clearly indicate to anybody reading, listening or viewing it what the Action Project was about. An introduction where the student sets the Action Project in context.

Mention of more than one skill. The examiner should be able to confirm the suitability of the title having read, listened to or viewed the Report completely. Phrases such as; “because the teacher told us”, “because the teacher gave it to us”.

Titles that clearly indicate to anybody reading it what the Action Project was about. How the Action Project was chosen should also be stated.

Phrases such as; “because the teacher told us”, because the teacher gave it to us”. One piece of information presented which has already been described on another page of the Course-work Assessment book. The examiner should be able to confirm the relevance of this topic title having read the course-work book completely. Each of the activities undertaken should be briefly described, two to three sentences on each will suffice. In the course of the description of this activity the student should also indicate how particular skills were developed and used.

The student should avoid repeating the summary of information as a conclusion.

Getting 20% of the overall Junior Certificate completed before sitting an exam.

This overview should refer to the Action Project. Confusion between skills and content.

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coursework assessment booklet cspe

New information which has no relevance to the course-work module. A vague, unclear and irrelevant topics title. OR A learning experience which contributed to the civic, social cohrsework political development of the student. Activities related to the module and not specifically to the Action Project. The examiner should be able to confirm the suitability of the title having read the Course-work Assessment book completely.

To be encouraged Each student should list the different activities undertaken during the course of the Action Project. One word or one sentence which repeats the title of the course-work module and does not assessmebt what the module was about. Action ideas that have cepe realistic possibility of being achieved either by courrsework student themselves or by others.

Confusion between an issue and an activity. This section should list and briefly describe differentactivities undertaken during the course of the Action Project.

Descriptions of more than one activity. If this occurs then the student should indicate this. A clear description of several new pieces of information which the student has learnt on the subject of this course-work module.