How To Improve Your Assignment Results

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Dec 1, 2008 - Education - 170 pages
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This is an essential companion for all students who are not sure how to address the assignment feedback raised by their lecturer. It is also key reading for those who give feedback to students.
 

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Contents

Why read this book?
1
The shock of poor results
6
Interpreting your assignment results
12
You have not answered or addressed the question
24
Your work is more descriptive than critical
36
Your assignment was poorly structured
48
You did not tell me anything new
73
Your reading for this assignment is limited
85
Appendix 1
151
Appendix 2
153
Appendix 3
156
Appendix 4
157
Appendix 5
158
Appendix 6
159
Appendix 7
163
References
166

You need to improve your referencing
95
Your English is week it was difficult to follow your arguments
110
Finding your own voice in assignments
123
Sources of help
140
Index
169
Back Cover
171
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About the author (2008)

Colin Neville has worked in UK further and higher education as a lecturer, course organiser and student advisor for over twenty years. He is a specialist adviser at the Learner Development Unit at the University of Bradford and a Learning Area Consultant with the national 'LearnHigher' project: a Centre of Excellence in Teaching and Learning, involving a network of sixteen higher education institutions and the Higher Education Academy.

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