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Assessment Task

Weighting

Due

Length

ULO

Assessment 1: Academic Essay (Group)

Students need to provide an Academic Essay on a

given topic by the lecturer

30%

Week 5

2000 words

ULO-1 ULO-2

Assessment 2: Case Study (Individual)

Students will provide a written case study report comprising answers to three Case Study questions

40%

Week 7

1500 words

ULO-1 ULO-2 ULO-3 ULO-4

Assessment 3: Debate Report (Individual)

Students will provide a written report based on one of topics provided by the lecturer

30%

Week 10

1500 words

ULO-1 ULO-2 ULO-3

ULO-5

 

Unit Code and Title: SBM3204 Sustainability and Ethics Assessment Overview

Assessment 1: Academic Essay

Due date:

Week 5

Group/individual:

Group assessment

Word count:

2,000

Weighting:

30%

Unit learning outcomes:

[ULO1], [ULO2]

Course Learning Outcomes:

[CLO1], [CLO4], [CLO7]

Graduate Attributes:

GA-3, GA-4, GA-5


Assessment Details:

Student will be required to write an Academic Essay on a given topic selected by Lecturer. The topic of the essay is “Does being ethical result in better performance?” The following can be included in the essay:

1.    Conduct literature review around the business ethics and corporate social responsibility of small or multinational businesses.

2.    Explore whether ethical businesses are the most profitable or not.

3.    What are key constraints or obstacles for businesses to be profitable while developing a strong ethical culture to achieve long term sustainable growth?

The academic essay format is required for the group assignment. The headings and subheadings are strongly recommended to structure the essay. The Harvard Referencing Style is required. For detailed requirement, please refer to the guidelines of how to write Academic Essay and academic writing style. It is strongly recommended to review SLS learning Enhancement Section in APIC Canvas. The link of Business Report Guideline was provided in the assessment section of this subject in the Canvas.

Marking Criteria and Rubric: The assessment will be marked out of 100% and will be weighted 30% of the total unit mark


 

 

Marking Criteria

Not satisfactory

(0-49%) of the criterion

mark)

Satisfactory

(50-64%) of

the criterion

mark

Good

(65-74%) of

the criterion

mark

Very Good

(75-84%) of the criterion mark

Excellent

(85-100%) of the criterion mark

Demonstrate relevancy of ethics for business decisions – literature review and discussion (30%)

Inadequate understanding of ethics for business decisions – literature review and discussion

Basic knowledge of ethics for business decisions – literature review and discussion

Exhibits breadth and depth of understanding of ethics for business decisions – literature review and discussion

Exhibits accurate and detailed breadth and depth of understanding of ethics for business decisions – literature review and discussion

Displays exceptional ability in and understanding of ethics for business decisions – literature review and discussion

Demonstrate how ethics is relevant for business decisions in a chosen topic (30%)

Inadequate understanding of ethics for business decisions – literature review and discussion

Basic knowledge of ethics for business decisions – literature review and discussion

Exhibits breadth and depth of understanding of ethics for business decisions – literature review and discussion

Exhibits accurate and detailed breadth and depth of understanding g of ethics

for business decisions – literature review and

discussion

Displays exceptional ability in and understanding of ethics for business decisions – literature review and discussion

Demonstrate an understanding of ethics issues and capability of apply theories into practices (30%)

Inadequate understanding of ethics issues and incapable of applying theories into practices

Basic knowledge of understanding of ethics issues and lack of theory application

Exhibits breadth and depth of understanding of ethics issues and capable of applying some basic theories into practices

Exhibits accurate and detailed breadth and depth of understanding of ethics issues and capable of applying theories into practices sufficiently

Displays exceptional ability in and understanding of ethics issues and high capability of applying theories into practices


Demonstrate capability of academic writing skills (grammar, spelling, presentation and referencing) (10%)

Poor academic writing skills with grammar and spelling errors. Poor presentation structure and failed to follow Harvard referencing style

Satisfactory writing skills with grammar and spelling errors. Poor presentation structure and failed to follow Harvard referencing

style

Good academic writing skills with minor grammar and spelling errors. Clear presentation structure following Harvard

referencing style

Excellent writing skills without grammar and spelling errors. Excellent presentation structure following Harvard referencing style.

Exceptional academic writing skills.

Professional presentation structure following Harvard referencing style


Assessment 2: Case Study

Due date:

Week 7

Group/individual:

Individual assessment

Word count:

1500 words

Weighting:

40%

Unit learning outcomes:

[ULO1], [ULO2], [ULO3], [ULO5]

Course Learning Outcomes:

[CLO1], [CLO2], [CLO6], [CLO8]

Graduate Attributes:

GA-2, GA-3, GA-4, GA-5


Assessment Details:

A Case study will be provided comprising answers to three case study analysis questions. The business report format is required for the submission.

The business report format is required for the individual assignment. The headings and subheadings are strongly recommended to structure the business report. The Harvard Referencing Style is required. For detailed requirement, please refer to the guidelines of how to write Business Report and academic writing style. It is strongly recommended to review SLS learning Enhancement Section in APIC Canvas. The link of Business Report Guideline was provided in the assessment section of this subject in the Canvas.

Marking Criteria and Rubric: The assessment will be marked out of 100% and will be weighted 40% of the total unit mark

Marking Criteria

Not satisfactory

(0-49%) of the criterion mark)

Satisfactory

(50-64%) of the criterion mark

Good

(65-74%) of

the criterion mark

Very Good

(75-84%) of

the criterion mark

Excellent

(85-100%) of

the criterion mark

Demonstrate an understanding of the case

questions (40%)

Inadequate understanding of the case questions and major issues are not identified

Basic understanding of the case questions and major issues were identified partially

Exhibits breadth and depth of understanding of the case questions and major issues were identified clearly

Exhibits accurate and detailed breadth and depth of understanding of the case questions and major issues were

discussed well

Displays exceptional ability in and understanding of the case questions and major issues were discussed

critically.

Demonstrate analytical and critical thinking skills (40%)

Poorly articulated, unconvincing evidences provided. Lack of theories

application

Basic communication of some facts in support of case solution. Lack of theory application

Evidence of clear convincing facts and evidences provided. Some theories applied

for the analysis

Above average use of evidence to support the case analysis. Good theory application

Sophisticated use of evidence to support the case analysis. Excellent theory application

Report presentation and referencing

(20%)

Poor presentation including report format. Poor writing skills with grammar and spelling errors. Fail to follow Harvard

referencing style.

Satisfactory presentation format and writing skills with some grammar and spelling errors. Fail to follow Harvard referencing style.

Good presentation format and writing skills with spelling errors. Fail to follow Harvard referencing style.

Excellent presentation format and writing skills without spelling errors. Follow Harvard referencing style

Distinguished presentation format and writing skills. Following Harvard referencing style completely.


Assessment 3: Debate

Due date:

Week 10

Group/individual:

Individual assessment

Word count:

1500 words

Weighting:

30%

Unit learning outcomes:

[ULO1], [ULO2], [ULO3], [ULO4]

Course Learning Outcomes:

[CLO1], [CLO4], [CLO6]

Graduate Attributes:

GA-3, GA-5


Assessment Details:

Student will be required to write up a debate based on one of debate topics provided by the Lecturer. The assessment includes the following key components:

1.    Introduction

2.    Proposition 1 (support the resolution):

-       Logical arguments for Proposition 1

-       Gathered supporting evidence and examples for position taken

-       Relevant theories learnt to support the arguments

3.    Proposition 2 (against the resolution)

-       Logical arguments for Proposition 2

-       Gathered supporting evidence and examples for position taken

-       Relevant theories learnt to support the argument

4.    Conclusion

-       Your final thoughts and opinions

The business report format is required for the individual assignment. The headings and subheadings are strongly recommended to structure the business report. The Harvard Referencing Style is required. For detailed requirement, please refer to the guidelines of how to write Business Report and academic writing style. It is strongly recommended to review SLS learning Enhancement Section in APIC Canvas. The link of Business Report Guideline was provided in the assessment section of this subject in the Canvas.

Marking Criteria and Rubric: The assessment will be marked out of 100% and will be weighted 30% of the total unit mark

Marking Criteria

Not satisfactory

(0-49%) of the criterion mark)

Satisfactory

(50-64%) of the criterion mark

Good

(65-74%) of

the criterion mark

Very Good

(75-84%) of

the criterion mark

Excellent

(85-100%) of

the criterion mark

Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of ethical

considerations (40%)

Inadequate understanding of the importance of ethical considerations

Basic knowledge of the importance of ethical considerations

Exhibits breadth and depth of understanding of the importance of ethical considerations

Exhibits accurate and detailed breadth and depth of understanding of the importance of ethical considerations

Displays exceptional ability in and understanding of the importance of ethical considerations

Clear and convincing argument (40%)

Poorly articulated, unconvincing argument

Basic communication of some facts in support of one side of the argument

Evidence of both presenting an argument and refuting an alternative

position

Above average use of evidence to support a position and refute the

alternative.

Sophisticated use of evidence to support a position and refute the

alternative.

Report presentation

Poor presentation including report

format. Poor

Satisfactory presentation format

and writing skills

Good presentation

format and

Excellent presentation

format and

Distinguished presentation

format and


and referencing

(20%)

writing skills with grammar and spelling errors. Fail to follow Harvard referencing style.

with some grammar and spelling errors. Fail to follow Harvard referencing style.

writing skills with spelling errors. Fail to follow Harvard referencing style.

writing skills without spelling errors. Follow Harvard referencing style

writing skills. Following Harvard referencing style completely.

 

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