Debating Globalization 2500words
Faculty of Social Sciences – Assessment 2 Brief for Students – 2017/18
|Module code and title
||6IB006 Debating Globalization
||2th July 2018
|Assessment brief (if appropriate, please refer to module assessment briefing document)
|Evaluate the adequacy of the Paris Agreement  on climate change with reference to the changing policies of the US, the EU and China over the last 5 years.|
|Assessment Criteria (The actual assessment components for this assignment)
|Criteria||Weighting (If applicable)
|This assignment requires you to demonstrate your understanding of the causes and consequences of economic growth with special reference to environmental sustainability.
|You will be expected to use supporting theoretical frameworks and concepts to structure your analysis and to be able to justify the use of these frameworks.|
|You are expected to use Harvard reference system for referencing with relevant journal articles published in the areas|
|Pass mark||Undergraduate 40%
|Performance descriptors in use;
· University of Wolverhampton Yes
|Return of assessments
(Instructions for return / collection of assessments )
|4 working weeks after the submission|
|This assessment is testing Module Learning outcomes||Tick if tested here|
|LO1||Determine the problems in measuring degrees of globalisation|
|LO2||Analyse the degree to which globalisation is a policy choice||V|
|LO3||Identify and analyse the debate on the consequences of globalisation||V|
Additional information for students
The University’s Learning Information Services have produced a series of guides covering a range of topics to support your studies, and develop your academic skills including a guide to academic referencing http://www.wlv.ac.uk/lib/skills_for_learning/study_guides.aspx
Your module guide and course handbook contain additional and important information regarding;
· The required referencing style for your assignment.*
Whilst many modules require referencing in accordance with the Harvard Referencing convention, some modules – for example those within the School of Law – require Oxford Referencing. Please familiarise yourself with the requirements of your module.
· Submission of your work
· Marking, feedback and moderation in accordance with the University of Wolverhampton Assessment Handbook
· Extensions on submission dates *
· Additional support *
· Academic conduct with regards to cheating, collusion or plagiarism *
· Links to appropriate sources of relevant information *
* Further information regarding these and other policies can be accessed through your student portal on wlv.ac.uk.
Always keep a copy of your work and a file of working papers
The requirement to keep a file of working papers is important. There may be circumstances where it is difficult to arrive at a mark for your work. If this is the case, you may be asked to submit your file and possibly meet with your tutor to answer questions on your submission.
When you submit your work you will be required to sign an important declaration confirming that:
· The submission is your own work
· Any material you have used has been acknowledged and appropriately referenced
· You have not allowed another student to have access to your work
· The work has not been submitted previously.
The following information is important when:
· Preparing for your assignment
· Checking your work before you submit it
· Interpreting feedback on your work after marking.
Module Learning Outcomes
Module Learning Outcomes are specific to this module, and are set when the module was validated.
The module Learning Outcomes tested by this assignment, and precise criteria against which your work will be marked are outlined in your assessment brief.
Performance descriptors indicate how marks will be arrived at against each of the assessment criteria. The descriptors indicate the likely characteristics of work that is marked within the percentage bands indicated.
To help you further:
· Re-sit opportunities are available for students who are unable to take the first sit opportunity, or who need to re take any component.
· Refer to the VLE topic for contact details of your module leader / tutor, tutorial inputs, recommended reading and other sources, etc. Resit details will also appear on the VLE module topic.
· The University’s Learning Information Services offer support and guidance to help you with your studies and develop your academic skills http://www.wlv.ac.uk/lib/skills_for_learning/study_guides.aspx
FoSS Generic Assessment Performance Descriptors
Based on – University Performance Descriptors (updated September 2015)
Note that these are generic descriptors that apply mainly, though not exclusively, to written academic work. The relevant performance descriptors for the appropriate level (as below) should appear in the module guide.
Any further module-specific assessment criteria, such as number of words, should be clearly stated in the assignment brief.