ASSESSMENT BRIE Subject Code and Title COMR2010 – Cultural Diversity: A Personal Perspective Assessment 1 Evidence Based Reflection (3 Parts) Individual/Group Individual Length 1000 words each Reflection (3 in total) Learning Outcomes 1. Reflect upon, identify and articulate the importance of cultural awareness and understanding of intercultural competence 2. Explain and apply a range of theories needed to successfully live together in a culturally diverse world. 3. Identify and apply skills in mindfulness and critical reflection and awareness that supports your own development of intercultural competence. 5. Communicate orally and in writing an awareness and understanding of intercultural competence. Submission Weighting Part A: By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday of Week 4 (Module 2.2) Part B: By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday of Week 6 (Module 3.2) Part C: By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday of Week 8 (Module 4.2) 20% for each part (60% in total) Total Marks 100 marks for each part
Reflective writing is evidence of reflective thinking, and is a process where you can learn from your experiences. Assessment 1 supports you to explore and articulate your intercultural learning and its future relevance to your personal, social and professional life.
You will complete three reflections for this subject. For each Reflection, write at least 1000 words addressing the prompt provided by your Learning Facilitator, drawing specifically from the subject’s learning resources (please indicate by using APA referencing).
• Write a evidence based response that highlights your learning arising from your engagement with the subject’s Module resources and learning activities. • You are encouraged to reflect upon the key concepts/ideas from the subject readings when addressing the prompt. • Effectively demonstarte your understanding of the range of theories needed to successfully live together in a culturally diverse world (referring to authors using APA referencing). • Identify how you can use this theories in the future, especially in relation to personal, social and professional intercultural encounters