Hi is anyone able to help me with this assignment? Ill send the rest of the resources from tomorrow (Jan 9th) as I do not have them with me at the moment.
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Before 10am on:
Week 14 Sem 1
15th January 2020
20 working days after deadline (L4, 5 and 7) 15 working days after deadline (L6) 10 working days after deadline (block delivery)
Unit title & code
Reading and Interpreting Research – STH002-1
Assignment number and title
CW – PO
Weighting of assignment
Size or length of assessment
Unit learning outcomes
Describe the processes of research data collection and analysis techniques used in the production of published evidence
Define the quality of published research evidence through the use of critical appraisal tools and complete basic data analysis
What am I required to do in this assignment?
Part: (1500 words +/-)
You will be required to complete three sections of a work book that will be available on BREO.
Section 1 & 2 is to demonstrate an awareness and practice of critical appraisal of sources of evidence and write up the introduction to a practical session and methods used to collect data in a practical session
Section 3 To write up a results section and basic summary of the data collected and analysed. You will also find 3 different sources of information related to the topic under investigation (quantitative or qualitative research) (e.g. one peer reviewed journal, one text book, and one government publication) that you can use in your interpretation and summary of the quantitative data to provide a meaningful summary.
Tutors will provide you with context in seminars and associated practical sessions.
What do I need to do to pass? (Threshold Expectations from UIF)
In order to pass Assessment 2 you will need to:
Be able to outline specific methods that were adopted in the practical session to collect the data (Equipment, participants, methods, measurements, processes).
Produce appropriate graphs, descriptions of results and adhere to convention of format when presenting the results section.
Apply the appropriate analysis technique to the data collected, based upon knowledge of research design, to produce descriptive statistics and a test for difference or correlation.
Identify 3 different sources of evidence that allow you to provide context to the results of your data collection exercise. Identification of what you measured, why this measurement may be useful in Therapy or research, what questions do they results help you answer and could you improve the process.
Describe the results of the basic data sets and appropriately summarise them to a wider audience
How do I produce high quality work that merits a good grade?
Engage with every taught session so that you develop your understanding of 18 research and utilise the critical appraisal tool that you have used in class. Practice critical appraisal on the 4 articles being used in your groups, in seminars, and practice independent critical appraisal on the 5th article, which is on BREO. This will allow you to identify what you don’t understand and so allow you to seek the help you need.
Your work should include the following sections:
Section 1 & 2
Research Design: (State the research question, design (did you look at differences or correlation, repeated the tests or once), state the statistics you used to analyse the data)
Appendices: (if appropriate)
How does this assignment relate to what we are doing in scheduled sessions?
Your lectures will provide overview of the scientific research process through critical analysis and report writing and disseminating the information. Your seminars will help you understand how and why certain aspects of the research process must be fulfilled with tasks that relate to your report.
How will my assignment be marked?
Your assignment will be marked according to the threshold expectations and the criteria on the following page.
You can use them to evaluate your own work and consider your grade before you submit.
3rd Class – 40-49%
Lower 2nd – 50-59%
Upper 2nd – 60-69%
1st Class – 70%+
Student has not demonstrated a full understanding of the article but has attempted to report the main areas within it showing limited awareness of limitations and utility.
Student has demonstrated a good understanding of the article and has attempted to report the main areas of focus within it showing a good awareness of limitations and uses.
Student has demonstrated a very good understanding of the article and has attempted to report the main findings within it showing a very good awareness of limitations and uses.
Student has demonstrated an excellent understanding of the article and has attempted to report the main findings within it showing an excellent comprehension of limitations and uses.
Introduction to Topic Area (Data collection aims, and objectives)
Limited introduction to the topic area including outlining the research question, aims and objectives of the project.
Some introduction to the topic area including outlining the research question, aims and objectives of the project.
A good introduction to the topic area including outlining the research question, aims and objectives of the project.
Excellent introduction to the topic area including outlining the research question, aims and objectives of the project.
Methods & Research Design 20%
Student has presented limited skills in outlining the methods of the research. Student displays little understanding of the research design but does attempt to describe the components of the study and the research methods (some omissions/errors).
Student has presented some skills in describing the methods employed in the research. Student displays some understanding of the research design and is able to identify some components of the study and research methods.
Student has presented good skills in outlining the methods employed in the research Student displays good understanding of the research design and is able to identify components of the study design and research methods.
Student has presented a thorough description of the methods employed in the research. Student displays excellent understanding of the research design and is able to identify key components of the study design and research methods.
Results (Presentation and Application) 20%
Results from the data analysis have been presented but with limited use of appropriate conventions/missing findings
Results from the data analysis have been summarised
appropriately and using some of the appropriate conventions
Results from the data analysis have been summarised well and using appropriate conventions
Results from the data analysis have been excellently summarised using appropriate conventions
Identified 3 sources of evidence: Appraisal and Application
Student has conducted a limited analysis of the data but did not retrieve 3 different pieces of literature to relate to the findings. The literature was partly related to the data collection exercise.
Student has analysed the data to a sound level and presented some appropriate evidence. Student retrieved and appraised 3 different pieces of literature for the data collection summary.
Student has analysed the data to a good level and presented some good evidence. Student retrieved and appraised 3 different pieces of literature for the data collection summary and applied them very well.
Student has analysed the data appropriately and presented excellent evidence. Student retrieved and appraised 3 different pieces of literature for the data collection summary and applied them with excellent focus.
Overall Structure Spelling & Grammar 10%
Adequate clarity & logic. Adequate spelling, grammar and presentation. Student attempts to reference material used but may not adhere to SSPA referencing guidelines
Fairly clear and mostly logical. Average spelling, grammar and presentation. Student references material used and mostly adheres to SSPA referencing guidelines
Clear & logical. Good spelling, grammar and presentation. Student is consistent in referencing material used and adheres to SSPA referencing guidelines
Clear & logically divided into appropriate themes. Excellent spelling, grammar and presentation. Student is consistent in referencing material used and fully adheres to HSS referencing guidelines.
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