What Is Plagiarism And Academic Integrity

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Plagiarism and Academic Integrity

Plagiarism: This is when you submit an assignment as your own original work when the work has been copied, without appropriate acknowledgment of the author or source.
Collusion: This is when your assignment is the result of unauthorised collaboration with another student or students. Collusion involves the cooperation of two or more students in plagiarism or other forms of academic misconduct.

Plagiarism and collusion constitute cheating. Disciplinary action will be taken against students who engage in plagiarism or collusion as outlined in college policy.

Target Criteria
Criteria Achieved? ( or X)
Assessment Comments


The assessor and IV must both sign to certify that, to the best of their knowledge, the work submitted by the learner named above is original, has been completed independently and that any criterion awarded is to the standard and rigor expected for the course.

You aspire to work in sports coaching or health fitness instruction and need to gain an understanding of the structure of the human body and how it works.

In preparation for an interview task you are required to put together some information to show your understanding of the skeletal system.

Task 1
Create a written report, in which you describe the function and structure of the skeletal system. You may wish to include illustrations within your report.
Evidence you must produce for this task
You must produce a word processed written report.
Criteria covered by this task:
To achieve the criteria you must show that you are able to:
Criterion reference
Describe the structure and function of the skeletal system.

GCSE English knowledge and skills developed in this assessment
Write to communicate clearly, effectively and imaginatively, using and adapting forms and selecting vocabulary appropriate to task and purpose in ways that engage the reader.
Organise information and ideas into structured and sequenced sentences, paragraphs and whole texts, using a variety of linguistic and structural features to support cohesion and overall coherence
Use a range of sentence structures for clarity, purpose and effect, with accurate punctuation and