DooHyeJin – Employment Relations Essay

DooHyeJin – Employment Relations Essay

DooHyeJin – Employment Relations Essay

Topic:  DooHyeJin – Employment Relations Essay
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Preferred language style: English (U.K.)
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Content        15 marks
Contains a clear argument and answers the question

Out of 4 marks
4 marks – states sophisticated argument clearly in intro and supports argument in the essay body
3 marks – states a correct argument clearly in the introduction and supports argument in the essay body
2 marks – states an argument, may not be particularly strong or clear, in the introduction and some support for argument in body
1 mark – states an argument somewhere in the essay
0 marks – essay contains no argument
Use of examples

Out of 3 marks
3 marks – uses relevant and timely examples throughout essay to demonstrate the theory
2 marks – uses a few relevant and timely examples
1 marks – attempts to use examples, may not be the most relevant or timely
0 marks – uses no examples in essay, or examples that are incorrect or not relevant at all
Provides clear links to ER theory

Out of 3 marks
3 marks – all examples are clearly linked back to relevant ER theories
2 marks – some of the examples are clearly linked back to relevant ER theories
1 mark – there is some attempt at linking examples back to ER theories
0 marks – no links back to ER theories
Research and use of sources

Out of 5 marks
5 marks – more than 6 academic sources of high quality and relevance – including the compulsory article – are found and used in essay correctly (this means they have all been cited at least once and that long direct quotes are not used).
4 marks – 6 relevant, good quality academic sources used correctly in essay, OR more than 6 relevant academic sources found and used, of moderately good quality and relevance (incl compulsory article)
3 marks – 6 relevant academic sources found and used correctly in essay (including compulsory article)
2 marks – less than 6 academic sources used correctly in essay OR compulsory article was not used
1 mark – between 4 and 5 academic sources used in essay
0 mark – less than 3 academic sources used in essay

Formatting      8 marks
Grammar and spelling

Out of 3 marks
3 marks – grammar and spelling of a high standard, easy to understand sentences
2 marks – moderate level of grammar and spelling, easy to understand sentences
1 marks – many errors in grammar and spelling
0 marks – very hard to understand, multiple errors
Reference List

Out of 2 marks
2 marks – contains all sources cited in essay and matches citations used in essay, listed in alphabetical order using APA style, with surnames first
1 mark – some errors, but still contains all sources cited in essay
0 marks – multiple errors, OR, does not contain all sources cited in essay
Citations

Out of 3 marks
3 marks – correct citations in APA style (author, date, page number or section) used appropriately throughout essay
2 marks – mostly correct citations in APA style used appropriately throughout essay
1 mark – citations used in correct places, but missing elements such as page numbers, date or author name OR not used appropriately
0 marks – citations not used correctly for most of essay

Structure     7 marks
Proper structure of introduction and conclusion

Out of 3 marks
3 marks – well constructed introduction and conclusion.  Intro contains argument, context, structure of essay and conclusion re-states arguments and summarises main points of essay
2 marks – intro contains argument and context, conclusion provides a summary of some of the main points of essay
1 mark – introduction and conclusion do not contain some of the elements required and are of  poor quality
0 marks – intro does not contain argument, or intro and conclusion of very poor standard
Proper structure of paragraphs

Out of 2 marks
2 marks – all paragraphs contain from 3 to 7 sentences and cover one main topic or point.
1 mark – some paragraphs meet the required standard
0 marks – paragraphs are almost all of the wrong length or do not cover one main topic
Links from paragraphs to main argumentOut of 2 marks     2 marks – all, or most paragraphs are linked back to the argument
1 mark – some paragraphs are linked back to the argument
0 marks – most paragraphs are not linked back to the argument

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