- Clarity and appropriate ordering of your report or materials: identifies context, aims, objectives, rationale, stating clearly the different components of the report and the order in which you would cover each in the report.
- Conceptual/theoretical understanding: identifying key concepts and arguments of the chapter or research article and discussing each of them clearly with a degree of evidence that you have developed an informed and a critical understanding of the concepts and the different dimensions each takes in varied contexts.
- Critical analysis: Showing depth of understanding through analysing, interpreting, judging and valuing concepts in the text and potentially new and complex contexts related to your own experience and abstract scenarios. This would also involve critiquing and taking an informed position or view about the text based on credible arguments supported by authentic sources.
- Communicates effectively: using appropriate academic and professional terminology.
- Referencing: Has your report used appropriate APA referencing style consistently across the report?