How Could Your Research Be Summarised

Submitted By ManasiJ02
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Pages: 9

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ABSTRACT
How could your research be summarised?
5%
Missing/Absent or have presented irrelevant material or failed to address the question or have plagiarised.
0 - 2
The summary given was briefly describe
2.5- 3
The summary addressed most aspects of the purpose, method, results and discussion.
3– 3.5
As previous, with clear indication of summary of study and implications.
4 – 4.5
As previous and within 150 words.
5
INTRODUCTION
What was the purpose of the study?
5%
Missing/Absent or have presented irrelevant material or failed to address the question or have plagiarised.
0 - 2
The purpose of the study was briefly described.
2.5- 3
As previous, with the addition of possible benefits of the research.
3 – 3.5
As previous, with the addition of how the study differed from previous research.
4 – 4.5
As previous, with additional synthesis of broader issues of the theme of the research
5
What theories/models underpinned the research?
20%
Missing/Absent or have presented irrelevant material or failed to address the question or have plagiarised.
0 -9.5
The theory/model was briefly described without any elaboration.
10-12
As previous, with the addition of contrasting with other theories/models.
12.5-14
As previous, with the addition of describing theories/models within the broader domain of the thematic concern.
14.5-16
As previous, with the addition of analysing theories/models within the broader domain of the thematic concern.
16.5-20
How well did you introduce your study and, when applicable, what were the hypotheses?
5%
Missing/Absent or have presented irrelevant material or failed to address the question or have plagiarised.
0 - 2
The hypotheses were described.
2.5- 3
As previous with the addition of explaining why the hypotheses were formulated in the way they were.
3 – 3.5
As previous and where the content reflected was stated in the previous component of the Introduction.
4 – 4.5
As previous with sound basis of how/why hypotheses formulated.
5
METHOD
From whom, and what data was collected and how was it collected?
10%
Missing/Absent or have presented irrelevant material or failed to address the question or have plagiarised.
0 – 4.5
Information was given but not well enough in some sections to enable others to repeat the study.
5 - 6
As previous with information that allowed other researchers to repeat the study.
6.5 - 8
As previous with the addition of specifying details within each section of Participants, Material and Procedure
8 - 10
RESULTS
What did the results reveal?
10%
Missing/Absent or have presented irrelevant material or failed to address the question or have plagiarised.
0 – 4.5
Presentation of Results Tables with brief (and mostly accurate) description of main findings.
5 - 6
Presentation of Results Tables with brief but accurate description of main findings.
6.5 - 7
As previous with the addition of brief description of statistically significant findings.
7.5 - 8
As previous but highlighting relevant findings re: theory and research.
8.5 - 10
DISCUSSION
What did your research conclude?
10%
Missing/Absent or have presented irrelevant material or failed to address the question or have plagiarised.
0 – 4.5
Description of whether the hypotheses were supported.
5 - 6
As previous with the addition of possible generalisation of findings.
6.5 - 7
As previous with the addition of possible limitation/s of findings.
7.5 - 8
As previous, with additional synthesis of broader issues of the theme of the research
8.5 - 10
What implications did the findings have re: theory/model?
20%
Missing/Absent or have presented irrelevant material or failed to address the question or have plagiarised.
0 -9.5
Brief description whether research supported or did not support…