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CRITERIA HD A B C F / Not yet
Thinking and meaning 80%
Clear and concise underlying thinking
• The response focuses exclusively on answering the questions.
• Content is logically sequenced with no inconsistencies in thinking.
• No significant wasted words or sections. • The response focuses on answering the questions.
• Content is logically sequenced with no inconsistencies in thinking.
• No significant wasted words or sections. • The response mostly focuses on answering the questions.
• Content is for the most part logically sequenced with almost no inconsistencies in thinking.
• Minimal re-working required for relevance or conciseness. • The response generally relates to the questions.
• Content is for the most part logically sequenced with some small inconsistencies.
• Some passages that need re-working to improve their relevance or conciseness. • The response is only marginally relevant to the questions.
• Significant amounts of the paper are out of sequence or inconsistent with each other
• Lacks relevance and conciseness.
Applies theory and reflective practice to garner insights about the self
• Clear evidence of the student making significant links between the theory and their experience.
• Student tells their story clearly and integrates the theory seamlessly into the telling of their story. • Clear evidence of the student making significant links between the theory and their experience.
• Student uses the theory aptly if somewhat formulaically to tell their story. • Some evidence of the student making significant links between the theory and their experience.
• Student uses the theory with minor errors or inaccuracies or gaps to tell their story. • Some evidence of the student making links between the theory and their experience.
• Student uses the theory with errors or inaccuracies or gaps to tell their story. • Links to the self may be minimal or absent.
• Theory may be inaccurately presented.
• No sense of the student’s story being told.
Technique 20%
Technical aspects of expression
• Professional standard document that you would be proud to present at work
• Entirely free of grammatical errors
• Required length
• Referencing is fully compliant • Professional standard document
• Contains minor grammatical errors
• Required length
• Referencing is compliant, with very minor errors. • Acceptable workplace standard document
• Some grammatical errors
• Required length.
• Referencing is broadly compliant, with some errors or inconsistency in style. • Editing required to bring to a workplace standard
• Regular grammatical errors
• May be over or word count.
• Referencing inconsistent with errors • Could not be presented in the workplace.
• Many errors in grammar
• Not all questions attempted
• Well over or under the required length.
• Referencing is nearly/entirely absent
TOTAL MARKS / 100
Marks deducted for not using the template (up to 5)
FINAL TOTAL MARKS / 100
GRADES F: 50 C: 50-64 B: 65-74 A: 75-84 HD: 85+
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Assignment Coversheet
Course: MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour and Management
Assignment: Assignment 1
Date Due: 11.55 pm 23rd April 2019 (AEST)
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Question 1
Use theory about ‘growth mindsets’ and ‘grit’ to describe your experience of mastering something. This may be something you have mastered in the past or it can be something you are still in the process of mastering. You are required to describe your thoughts, feelings and behaviours as you undertake/undertook this activity. You are also asked to identify the mindset associated with these thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Please note it is expected that a growth mindset will be the dominant mindset for this activity although you may have / have had some doubts as you complete / completed the activity. (500 words)
Delete this blue text and insert your response here. Make sure also that you type your response in 12 point font, Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacing and left hand justified - just as the text appears in this sample of writing. Please use black ink not blue throughout your assignment.
This section should be 500 words in length with an allowance of 10% shorter or longer. That is, it must be 450 - 550 words in length.
For additional guidelines on how to write your response refer to Assignment 1 resources located in the Assignment 1 section of the Assessment Tab.
Question 2
Use theory about ‘fixed mindsets’ and ‘grit’ to describe your experience of giving up on mastering something. This may be something from your past or it can be something you are still struggling with. You are required to describe your thoughts, feelings and behaviours as you undertake / undertook this activity. You are also asked to identify the mindset associated with these thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Please note it is expected that a fixed mindset will be your dominant mindset although you might find yourself not quite giving up from time to time. (500 words)
Delete this blue text and insert your response here. Make sure also that you type your response in 12 point font, Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacing and left hand justified - just as the text appears in this sample of writing. Please use black ink not blue throughout your assignment.
This section should be 500 words in length with an allowance of 10% shorter or longer. That is, it must be 450 - 550 words in length.
For additional guidelines on how to write your response refer to Assignment 1 resources located in the Assignment 1 section of the Assessment Tab.
Question 3
Use theory related to ‘mindsets’ and ‘grit’ in combination with aspects of your personal experience to discuss the implications of your current assumptions (about your ability) for your study over the coming semester. You are required to describe thoughts, feelings and behaviours you will attempt to avoid or cultivate. (1000 words)
Delete this blue text and insert your response here. Make sure also that you type your response in 12 point font, Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacing and left hand justified - just as the text appears in this sample of writing. Please use black ink not blue throughout your assignment.
This section should be 1000 words in length with an allowance of 10% shorter or longer. That is, it must be 900 - 1100 words in length.
For additional guidelines on how to write your response refer to Assignment 1 resources located in the Assignment 1 section of the Assessment Tab.

List of References
Make sure you delete these sentences (which are in blue) before you submit your assignment:
Put your List of References on this page.
You can incorporate references to any of the resources supplied for this assignment (Refer to your Assessment Booklet Assignment 1 for details of these resources). For example, you are permitted to use direct quotes, paraphrases and or summaries of/from the TED talks provided as resources for this assignment. Any resources that you refer to will need to be listed in this List of References.
You are also encouraged to draw on at least one other source authored by Carol Dweck. This material can be accessed by using Google Scholar or YouTube using search terms such as ‘growth mindset’ or ‘Carol Dweck’.
The following book chapter is a good option but you are not obliged to use it if you can find an alternative source you prefer. It is not her most recent work, but it provides a good overview of the theory and practical implications of a growth mindset. Also it is one of her few works that can be provided as a PDF document on the StudyDesk without breaching copyright.
Dweck, C 1998 ‘The development of early self-conceptions; their relevance for motivational processes’, in J. Heckhausen & CS Dweck (eds.) Motivation and self-regulation across the life span. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
Make sure you use Harvard AGPS style throughout your assignment and in your List of References.
Refer to Tutorial 03.02 Referencing Guidelines.
The following link will take on line students to the referencing guide on the USQ library website: http://www.usq.edu.au/library/referencing/harvard-agps-referencing-guide
Also remember to list your entries in alphabetical order according to the author of the source or if the author is not known, the organisation responsible for the publication.
Note how these sentences are presented single line space, left hand justified, with a single line between each one. This is how you present your entries in the List of References.

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