Learning outcomes to be examined in this assessment:
1. Argument essay structure
2. Cohesion and coherence
3.Integration of secondary sources incl. paraphrasing and summarising techniques, in-text referencing skills and bibliographic accuracy
1. Content: detailed and analytical
2. Language: demonstrating organisational patterns and cohesive devices
3. Communicative effectiveness: use of visual aids, effective body language and voice quality
WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT GUIDELINES:
This coursework requires you to write a extended argument essay on a topic which is connected to your intended degree course. For example, Oil and Gas Management; Business Management; Accounting and Finance; HR Management; Law etc.
You are responsible for choosing the topic and title for your essay which must be submitted to your lecturer along with a plan for your essay. You should make sure you have a suitable argument essay title before proceeding, and you will be given support with this.
In order to write your essay you will need to do reading and research. You should familiarise yourself with the online library system and GSM’s online library early on in the course, and start reading articles and researching into common themes within your degree subject. This will help you to find a title you are interested in, and you can begin to collect sources (e.g. journal articles) to integrate into your writing. You will need your ‘MyAthens’ password to access material online which has been emailed to you. Contact the library if you have problems with this.
Throughout your essay you need to show evidence that you have researched and evaluated other opinions on the subject. This is a key feature of an argument essay which helps to strengthen your position,
The Question follow as:
( should all small business have website?)