The aim of this subject is for students to develop academic skills including the ability to plan, organise and implement tasks required to complete assessments and projects, research and evaluate reputable academic sources and apply academic honesty through the use of a referencing system.
Write and present structured arguments to respond to assessment tasks set in the required format using language appropriate for the audience.
Communicate effectively with others to be able to complete tasks individually or as a team.
Present information in various formats and modes of communication using visual aids that support the underlying message being delivered.
In this subject, you will develop ethical learning practices and strategies to enhance the effectiveness of your study and performance in various types of assessments. Throughout the semester you will Learn about academic study and how to formulate and express ideas clearly in a structured and logical manner Discover critical thinking Explore basic principles of academic writing and conventions.
This subject is worth ten (10) credit points.
Weekly face to face contact hours are four (4) hours per week over 12 weeks.
Supported study refers to the last hour of the scheduled face-face contact hours during which students receive specialised guidance to complete a portion of the self-guided study and also guidance with language.
Self-guided study refers to the time students should allocate for this subject to:
reading and understanding concepts as required by the subject guide completing set tasks online in the online learning management system (Moodle) or as directed
researching for assignments completing assignments
At the end of this subject, students will be able to:
1. Apply intercultural awareness techniques to communicate effectively with others.
2. Research and evaluate sources of information relevant to a set task.
3. Reflect on and apply feedback to improve learning
4. Explain discipline-specific concepts and information in a way, which is engaging, and appropriate to the audience using either academic language or plain English.
5. Demonstrate academic honesty through the application of a higher education approved referencing convention.
6. Critically evaluate discipline-specific information to construct reasoning or support an argument.
7. Plan and construct a response to the task set to reflect academic and disciplinary standards.
8. Apply disciplinary, academic and professional knowledge to provide solutions in a problem-solving scenario.
The table below summarises assessment requirements for this subject. Further details about assessment requirements including submission requirements and grading criteria are provided in the Additional Information section of this Subject Guide as well as on the subject Moodle.
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