ASSESSMENT
Students are required to obtain knowledge of the relevant law and be able to apply that knowledge in a problem-solving context. This involves the ability to identify and analyse relevant issues. Assessment procedures will test both unit content and application of that content. Following are descriptions of the 3 forms of assessment in this unit including factors which are relevant to
maximising results.
ACCG2051 Business And Corporations Law Assignment-Macquarie University Australia.

ACCG2051 Business And Corporations Law Assignment-Macquarie University Australia.

Timing, venue or form of assessment may change if this is necessary as a result of unit structure,reorganisation or University scheduling adjustments.

1.Tutorial Participation:
Note that there is a Rubric on i Learn in relation to this
assessment – you should use the material in this Assessment Guide to assist in an understanding of your task and to assist in your understanding of the Rubric.

Tutorials should be used by students to test their understanding of the unit in an environment where immediate feedback is available from the tutor – students should be prepared for tutorials and any materials that are relevant to the tutorial should be considered prior to the tutorial (this includes any tutorial questions that will be dealt with). Students must be engaged with the issues relevant to the tutorial and be involved in tutorial activities,particularly, responding to, and asking, questions – being active is an important aspect of both study and professional practice and tutorials will be of more benefit to all students if each individual is willing to participate – the mark for assessed coursework includes the aspect of attendance in that students who do not attend obviously do not participate and this will be reflected in their mark – participation though, is more than mere attendance.

ACCG2051 Business And Corporations Law Assignment-Macquarie University Australia.

ACCG2051 Business And Corporations Law Assignment-Macquarie University Australia.

This assessment is about an understanding of effective communication – in the broader picture 3 aspects stand out:

Engagement:
note that although this obviously incorporates contributing it also involves listening attentively to both the tutor’s comments and to other students’ responses or questions – pro activity and receptiveness are both relevant.

Preparation:
the ability to communicate effectively and engage is based on a sound understanding of the relevant material – the better acquainted you are with tutorial issues and the relevant law the
better you will be able to contribute to the class and digest matters that arise from the discussion.

Teamwork:
although a tutorial class may seem like a large team, it is still a team – that is, there is a common goal – where each student takes some responsibility for contributing (within the parameters of the structure of the class) the standard of the whole class, and thus each of the students, improves.

There are various skills and approaches involved in this assessment category but importantly these include your ability to prepare thoroughly (including knowing the relevant law and having carefully considered the tutorial questions), engage with discussion, form an opinion and acknowledge other students opinions, and communicate orally.

Following are examples of conduct that will indicate higher order performance in relation to assessed coursework:

ACCG2051 Business And Corporations Law Assignment-Macquarie University Australia.

ACCG2051 Business And Corporations Law Assignment-Macquarie University Australia.

Evidence of preparation and accurate responses
Inquiries, questions, or responses to questions in tutorials that indicate reading and digesting appropriate/designated materials, including bringing relevant materials (such as the tutorial questions) to class; analysing material relevant to tutorial question responses; displaying a good knowledge of the relevant law and legal terminology; using the relevant law and concepts to accurately address and interpret questions and identify and develop a comprehensive exploration of the issues; showing an ability to integrate and apply relevant law to the facts of tutorial questions and any questions raised in class; being able to evaluate
the relationship between the relevant law and the issues raised by the facts/evidence disclosed by the tutorial questions to arrive at a clear argument or position, demonstrating independent well-reasoned judgement.

ACCG2051 Business And Corporations Law Assignment-Macquarie University Australia.

ACCG2051 Business And Corporations Law Assignment-Macquarie University Australia.

Participation and contribution:
Being proactive; asking questions relevant to the material being discussed; responding to questions or requests and displaying an understanding of the relevant law; providing concise, direct and clear responses (clear voice, eye contact, appropriate use of terminology, good time management); forming and expressing an opinion in relation to the issues arising from the material being discussed involving an evaluation and interpretation of those issues.