Recent Question/Assignment

Obesity is a recognised risk factor for several reproductive health conditions in men and women. Please discuss how obesity impacts on reproductive health.
You may choose to discuss reproductive health in general or to focus on how obesity impacts on a particular aspect of reproductive health, or on a specific age group. This must be clearly defined in your written report.
Please address the increased risk for the obese population, their health outcomes and the benefits of weight loss on reproductive health outcomes.
Grading Criteria: FAIL( 50%) PASS (50-64%)
A. Use and appraise evidence to support a conclusion (70%)
Al. Coverage of information relevant to the assignment Crucial omissions in information. Did not address the assessment task adequately. Summary of the sources are provided. Some major omissions in information.
A2. Quality of sources Sources are of poor quality and limited relevance. Sources are mostly suitable and relevant.
A3. Interpretation of evidence Misinterpretation of sources. Low level examination of evidence. Limited interpretation of sources. Limited discussion on application. Limited critical reflection on presentation.
A4. Deduction and conclusions Significant errors in deduction and no conclusion. Conclusion with limited coherence.

Some minor omissions in information. Relevant information is included in the assignment. Key aspects of the assessment tasks are addressed, but some minor omissions in information. All relevant information is included and adequately reviewed. All assessment tasks are addresses appropriately. All relevant information is included, systematically reviewed and presented in a skilful manner. All assessment tasks are addressed thoroughly.
Sources are suitable, and mostly interpreted correctly. Sources are high quality, appropriately analysed and interpreted. Sources are high quality, thoroughly analysed and interpreted.
Examines strengths and weaknesses of evidence. Attempts to demonstrate practice applicability. Critical appraisal of appropriate evidence. Good application to theory and/or practice. Identified application and utility to practice. Extensive critical appraisal of appropriate evidence. Original insights into the topic and application to theory and/or practice and application/utility to theory and/or practice.
Conclusion is cohesive and supported by evidence. Well-synthesised and coherent conclusion. Well-synthesised, strong and coherent conclusion.
Grading Criteria: FAIL ( 50%) IpASS (50-64%)
B. Written Communication (20%)
Bl. Structure and organisation Assignment is unstructured. Assignment has a basic structure. Information at times does not flow logically.
B2. Quality of academic writing Inadequate use of academic writing* and terminology Poor written communication with major grammatical, spelling and/or punctuation errors. Poor use of academic writing and terminology. Adequate written communication, with minor grammatical, spelling and/or punctuation errors.
C. References and referencing system (10%)
Cl. Referencing when appropriate Many sources are not referenced. All sources used are referenced.
C2. Application of referencing system Poor application of referencing system. Adequate application of referencing system.

Assignment structure is fair; most information is well organised and generally logical. Assignment has a good structure. Information is well organised and logical. Excellent structure. Information is well-organised and logical.
Fair use of academic writing and terminology Fair written communication, grammar, spelling and punctuation. Good use of academic writing and terminology; good written communication, grammar, spelling and punctuation. Excellent use of academic writing and terminology. Excellent written communication, grammar, spelling and punctuation.
All sources used are referenced. All sources used are referenced appropriately. All sources used are referenced perfectly.
Good use of referencing system. Very good use of referencing system. Flawless use of referencing system.

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