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|Assignment Title:||Assignment 2||Weighting:||80%|
|On successful completion of the assignment students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of the following Learning Outcome. LO2: Assess the nature of airport master plans and how they are developed in a timely manner, LO3: Evaluate the success factors in excellent airport master planning.|
|Students are to complete a 2000 work report individually. Task: Explain what a Master Plan is and why it is necessary for an airports planning and development. For airport of your choice outline the key details of its Master Plan and the underpinning SWOT?PESTLE factors that you feel led to the inclusion of these concepts. This choice of airport should be different to that used in Assignment 1. . You should then explain Who your Airport stakeholders are and what power and influence they have on the content of the Master Plan. Within this report you should also include a discussion on the environmental factors both now and in the future that have a significant bearing on the Master Plan. What are the critical success factors for developing Airport Master Plands? You will be expected to include statistics in your work and analysis of such statistics. It is also expected that you will include diagrams. A more detailed overview will be given in the assignment overview workshops throughout the term.|
|You will be given feedback and marked on the following areas 1. Content Relevance & Understanding (10 marks) Here we want you to give the overview of the work. Has the student showcased through the submitted work understanding of the principles of the module/assignment? Has the work answered the questions asked or covered the topics needed? 2. Structure Here feedback can be provided for each individual section which should be specific to the assignment, for example: i. Introduction (15 marks) ii. Analysis (30 Marks) iii. Conclusions (15 Marks) iv. etc 3. Use of Literature (10 Marks) Feedback on use of: i. academic journals ii. books from the reading list iii. external material provided through weblearn iv. lecture material v. etc Have the references been added properly? Legends at visuals? Referencing style 4. Clarity of written work(10 Marks) Typos Connection Structure and writing style|
|Assessment Criteria||Level /4 o Acquisition of broad knowledge o Evaluate information o Use information to plan, develop and problem solve 70-100 (A) Very good Demonstration of very good comprehension of the task with evidence of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and critical appraisal Use of a wide variety of appropriate sources Transformation of knowledge Independent thinking and development of ideas Ability to communication very clearly and effectively Very good evidence of preparation Very good organisation, structure and presentation of work – minimal errors Good references, appropriate sources (quality and quantity). No errors in reference list or citations. 60-69 (B) Very good Demonstration of very good comprehension of the task with evidence of analysis, synthesis, evaluation Use of a wide variety of appropriate sources Transformation of knowledge Independent thinking and development of ideas Ability to communication clearly and effectively Very good evidence of preparation Very good organisation, structure and presentation of work – minimal errors Good references, appropriate sources (quality and quantity). Minimal or no errors in reference list or citations. 50-59 (C) Adequate – Satisfactory Some analysis but limited Some insight and exploration of ideas Sound conclusions No significant inaccuracies or omissions Some analysis, evaluation or synthesis of information Lacking clarity at times Some evidence of preparation Referencing is sound. Mostly appropriate sources. Numerous errors or inconsistencies 40-49 (D) All learning outcomes met Competent (practical) May be incomplete in knowledge (some errors or omissions) Insufficient analysis, evaluation or synthesis Limited application of theories/knowledge An awareness of appropriate principles/theories/techniques Irrelevance to the task at times Disorganised work with weak standard of presentation Numerous aberrations from the requirements of the task Referencing is attempted although may be inconsistent, many errors, weak sources Condoned Pass 30-39 (F1) Learning outcomes not met Little relevant knowledge Lacking structure Numerous errors in structure and form Limited understanding of concepts/theories No appropriate analysis, evaluation or synthesis Significant inaccuracies/omissions Not competent Little or no attempt to use references and if so very weak with errors Under 30 (F2) Little engagement with the task No basic understanding of the subject matter Poor communication (written or verbal) Lacking or no structure Significant errors in structure and form Many significant inaccuracies/omissions – very little correct Little or no attempt to use references and if so very weak with many significant errors (0%) No submission Nothing of relevance in the work submitted|
|The following submission instructions apply and must be strictly adhered to: The normal University submission rules apply to this assignment. Fit to Submit: Assignment Checklist This brief assignment checklist is designed to help you avoid some of the most common mistakes students make in their coursework. HAVE YOU READ THE ASSIGNMENT BRIEF? IF NOT, DO IT NOW! In it you will find details of the assessment task, word count (where applicable), the assessment criteria your work is marked against, and the learning outcomes – the basis for the assessment strategy in each module. Students often lose marks by forgetting some of the more straightforward elements of their assignments. We recommend that you “tick off” each of the points below as you prepare your work for submission. If you need any help, ask your tutor. TICK WHERE RELEVANT • Have you read and understood the assessment criteria? • Have you met the learning outcomes? You will lose marks and your work may even be failed if you have not. • Have you demonstrated you can think and write critically in the completed work? This means you have supported your arguments/explanations appropriately e.g. using relevant academic sources and you have offered discussion points which extends your own or others’ viewpoints to make reasoned conclusions/judgements. • Have you maintained an academic tone throughout your work? Is your work formal, focused, developed and clear? • Have you checked that the referencing in your assignment is in line with your programme requirements IE Harvard Style? • Have you proof-read your work and used a spellcheck software to check your spelling and grammar? • Have you checked the presentation of your work is as specified by your tutor, for example, are font size, colour, style, line spacing and margins as the tutor specified? • Have you kept to the word count (or equivalent)? If you are not sure, check with your tutor. • Can you confirm that the work submitted is your own and not plagiarised? Have you checked your work against the assessment criteria as the best way of achieving the highest grade is by meeting the stated assessment criteria have you discussed your draft work with your tutor (to raise specific questions that you do not understand etc)|
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