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Essay Mark Scheme

Essay Mark Scheme

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Published by: kelger on Dec 14, 2010
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Level 1
Explanation/analysis/argument (0-7 marks)Shows minimal understanding of the taskMinimal knowledge and understanding of institutional/audience practices ± general opinions or assertions predominateMinimal argument evident, with little reference tocase study materialOf minimal relevance to set question or a brief response (under one and a half sides of answer booklet).Use of examples (0-7 marks)Offers minimal use of case study materialOffers a limited range of (or inappropriate)examplesOffers examples of minimal relevance to setquestion.Use of terminology (0-3 marks)Minimal or frequently inaccurate use of appropriateterminology.Some simple ideas have been expressed. There will besome errors of spelling, punctuation and grammar,which will be noticeable and intrusive. Writing may alsolack legibility.
 
Level 2
Explanation/analysis/argument (8-11 marks)Shows basic understanding of the taskBasic knowledge and understanding of institutional/audience practices ± factual knowledge willhave some accuracyBasic argument evident, with some reference tocase study materialSome relevance to set question.Use of examples (8-11 marks)Offers some evidence from case study materialOffers a partial range of examples from case studyand/or own experienceOffers examples of some relevance to the setquestion.Use of terminology (4-5 marks)Some terminology used, although there may besome inaccuracies.Some simple ideas have been expressed in anappropriate context. There are likely to be some errorsof spelling, punctuation and grammar of which somemay be noticeable and intrusive.
 
Level 3
Explanation/analysis/argument (12-15 marks)Shows proficient understanding of the taskProficient knowledge and understanding of institutional/audience practices ± factual knowledge ismostly accurateSome developed argument, supported by referenceto case study materialMostly relevant to set question.Use of examples (12-15 marks)Offers consistent evidence from case study materialOffers a range of examples from case study and/or own experienceOffers examples which are mostly relevant to theset question.Use of terminology (6-7 marks)Use of terminology is mostly accurate.Straightforward ideas have been expressed with someclarity and fluency. Arguments are generally relevant,though may stray from the point of the question. Therewill be some errors of spelling, punctuation andgrammar, but these are unlikely to be intrusive or obscure meaning.

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