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Subject Title Global Citizenship
Subject Code MGT102A
Assessment 1 Video presentation
Graduate Capabilities
a. Professional expertise
b. Global citizenship
c. Skilled collaboration
d. Agile leadership
e. Innovative problem solving
Learning Outcome/s a) Discuss personal culture and social class and how they shape thinking and behaviour.
b) Distinguish the basic differences between cultures.
Assessment Type Individual
Weighting 25%
Length 5 minutes +/- 10% excluding cover, references, appendices
Due Date Friday by 11.55pm week 5
Submission Type Turnitin ?
Format / Layout of Assessment:
Storyboard
Video presentation
Transcript (including references)
Appendices ?
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Assessment Instructions
Introduction:
During this course you have been introduced to the concept of culture and how it shapes thinking and behaviour. In this assessment you are expected to demonstrate intercultural knowledge when exploring how your own cultural background influences your perception, values and beliefs. Self-awareness is a fundamental principle in intercultural communication, it enables us to move beyond cultural generalisations and helps to develop cultural intelligence. This assessment requires you to research and assess your personal culture to deepen your selfknowledge. Use the intercultural theories and principles as discussed
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in class to plan and develop a creative and engaging video presentation about your insights.
Instruction:
You need to undergo self-reflection addressing the following points:
• Explore how personal culture, socialisation, class, context and other influences shapes your thinking and behaviour at work.
• Identify how cultural values and beliefs influence your thinking and behaviour at work.
• Describe any strengths and areas for development of your cultural competency.
Video presentations need to:
• Demonstrate cultural self-awareness trough reflection upon your role as a global citizen.
• Distinguish differences between cultures.
• Show your ability to connect intercultural theories and principles with real-world business situations and behaviours by reflecting on personal culture and identity.
• Link your cultural self-awareness to your behaviour.
Before developing your multimedia product, you need to create a storyboard using Canva and be clear about your goals. Submissions must be accompanied by a transcript of all content. Your transcript must contain in-text references and reference list. You must ensure that your storyboard and transcript can be clearly delivered in a 5 minute video presentation. You are encouraged to use imaginative media content and delivery that has a solid grounding in the concepts and theories covered in class. You will upload your video to your onedrive and provide the link to the video in your transcript. You must ensure that the link is correctly set for your lecturer to view the video presentation.
Readings for the Assessment
To assist you with writing this assessment, use the materials found on:
• Moodle page (lecture slides, recommended and additional readings or other documents). • Class content.
• Useful links posted on Moodle.
Complete the Module activities which are designed to support the critical tasks of this Assessment.
Grading Criteria / Rubric See below.
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Assessment 1: Video Presentation – Marking Rubric
Criteria HD (85-100) D (75-84) CR
(65-74) PASS
(50-64) FAIL (0-49)
1. Content conveying
cultural selfawareness
20%
Content demonstrates an exceptional attempt to identify and discuss
cultural selfawareness, socialisation, class and other influences.
Outstanding links of values and behaviours to cultural experiences and perception.
Content demonstrates a thorough attempt to identify and discuss
cultural selfawareness, socialisation, class and other influences.
Very clear links of values and behaviours to cultural experiences and perception. Content demonstrates a good attempt to identify and discuss
cultural selfawareness, socialisation, class and other influences.
Good links of values and behaviours to cultural experiences and perception. Content demonstrates basic attempt to identify and discuss
cultural selfawareness, socialisation and other influences.
Some links of values and behaviours to cultural experiences and perception. Content demonstrates no attempt to identify and discuss cultural self-awareness, socialisation, class and other influences.
No evidence to link values and behaviours to cultural experiences and perception.
2. Knowledge, understanding
of intercultural theories and principles
20%
Video presentation demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of culture and thoroughly addresses most aspects of cultural differences.
Video presentation systematically differentiates between assertion of personal opinion and information substantiated by Video presentation demonstrates a very good understanding of culture and addresses most aspects of cultural differences.
Video presentation clearly differentiates assertion of personal opinion and information substantiated by robust evidence from course materials and extended reading.
Video presentation demonstrates a good understanding of culture awareness and addresses most aspects of cultural differences.
Video presentation differentiates between assertion of personal opinion and information substantiated from course materials.
Video presentation demonstrates only some understanding of culture awareness
and addresses some aspects of cultural differences.
Video presentation indicates some confusion of personal opinion and information substantiated by evidence from course materials.
Video presentation demonstrates limited understanding of culture and relates to limited aspects of cultural differences.
Video presentation indicates confusion of personal opinion and reliable information substantiated by evidence from course materials.
robust evidence from course materials and extended reading beyond class materials.
3. Research and evidence of critical reading
20% Video presentation shows exceptional evidence of research and enquiry on differences between cultures.
Consistent and thorough reference to relevant theories and concepts studied in class.
Video presentation shows substantial evidence of research and enquiry into differences between cultures.
Very good reference to relevant theories and concepts studied in class. Video presentation shows sufficient evidence of research and enquiry into differences between cultures.
Good reference to relevant theories and concepts studied in class. Video presentation shows basic evidence of research and enquiry into differences between cultures.
Some reference to relevant theories and concepts studied in class. Video presentation shows little/no evidence of research and enquiry into differences between cultures.
No reference to relevant theories and concepts studied in class.
4. Structure, clarity and flow of ideas evident in story board and transcript
20% The content has an excellent structure, with a strong logical flow of ideas.
Outstanding presentation of information and arguments with exceptional clarity and well-explained, clear, concise comments.
Line of reasoning is very easy to follow.
Video presentation is expertly presented, The content has a very good structure with a logical flow of ideas.
Presents information and arguments with great clarity.
Line of reasoning is easy to follow.
Video presentation is well presented, concise, informative and well developed.
The content has a good structure, with a logical flow of ideas.
Presents information and arguments with good clarity.
Line of reasoning is evident.
Video presentation is concise, informative and proficiently developed.
The content has sufficient structure, however flow of ideas can be difficult to understand.
Presents information and arguments sufficiently, however these require further logic and clarity.
Line of reasoning is passable, however,
can sometimes be
difficult to follow and requires more clarity. The content is unstructured and lacks logical flow of ideas, making it difficult to understand.
Does not present adequate information and arguments.
Line of reasoning is unclear and very difficult to follow.
Video presentation is
not sufficiently planned and developed.
concise and informative and exceptionally developed.
Video presentation informative but could be developed further.
5. Creativity, relevance of content and audience engagement
20% Highly engaging, extremely creative and
memorable video that is easily understood and conveys a comprehensive understanding of cultural selfawareness.
Outstanding audience engagement. Engaging, very creative and memorable video that is easily understood and conveys a very good understanding of cultural selfawareness.
Very good audience engagement.
Video is creative, is easily understood and conveys a proficient understanding of cultural selfawareness.
Good audience engagement.
Video has some
creativity but is not easily understood and conveys a basic understanding of cultural selfawareness.
Some audience engagement.
Video lacks creativity and is hard to understand and conveys limited cultural selfawareness.
No audience engagement.

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