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Submission DeadlineMarks and Feedback
Before 10am on: 19/08/202220 working days after deadline (L4, 5 and 7)
15 working days after deadline (L6)
10 working days after deadline (block delivery)
  16/09/2022 
What am I required to do in this assignment?
The first assignment task is to write a 1500-word essay on ONE of the topics given below which relate to issues covered in Part 1 of the teaching programme. You must choose ONE of the following essay titles/topics.   1. One of the founding principles of the UK Welfare State is free, universal care at the point of delivery (National Health Service Bill. Official Report of House of Commons (Hansard) 1946). Critically assess this statement. 2. Drawing on examples from one service user group (older people, people with mental health issues, people with disabilities, or people with learning disabilities), discuss the key barriers to accessing health and social care services. 3. Partnership working is seen as a ‘joined up response‘  to health and social care needs. Critically discuss with reference to one of the following service user groups:  older people, people with mental health issues, or people with long term conditions/physical impairments. 4. ‘One of the founding principles of the UK Welfare State is a commitment to equality and treating equal need in the same way’ (Glasby, 2017 p119). Using examples from one service user group of your own choice, critically evaluate this statement.   Your essay should include: Your chosen titleAn introduction which tells the reader what the aims and objectives of the essay are and an overview of the themes you will be discussing.A first paragraph in which you define the key terms used in your essayThe main body of your essay in paragraph format A conclusion where you draw the threads of your discussion together and show how you have addressed your aims and objectives. You will be expected to draw on parts of at least six sources, only one can be an Internet source and the remaining five should be academic/peer-reviewed sources (that is academic books or academic journals), to support your discussion.  The six is a minimum; students are encouraged to carry out wider reading. Your essay must include qualitative and quantitative data, appropriately referenced. Written expression is an important element of good written communication, so try to write clearly and accurately. Also put yourself in the position of the audience and ask yourself whether someone coming to your work ‘cold’ would be able to follow your train of thought. Proof read your work before handing it in and/or ask a trusted person to read it through for you.             No more than 5 –10% of the assignment should be in the form of quotations. You must use the Harvard referencing system to identify the source of all the information used in your assignment. You must reference systematically throughout the work itself and include a reference of the sources cited in your work.  Please pay particular attention secondary referencing in the referencing guidelines. You will find a copy of the latest referencing guidelines on the unit’s BREO site. Also read the section headed ‘Plagiarism and Bad Academic Practice’ in the Assessment and Feedback section of the unit’s BREO site. Your work must be word processed, double spaced and page numbered. You must also include a word count. You are reminded that plagiarism of any type will be penalised and result in your work not being marked/failing.
What do I need to do to pass? (Threshold Expectations from UIF)
In order to pass Assessment 1 you will need to: • Using information drawn from recommended sources, explain how policy, legislation and strategy impact on health and social care provision for vulnerable service-user groups and people with protected characteristics. • Summarise your findings and argument in an essay format following standard rules of grammar, punctuation, spelling and referencing.
How do I produce high quality work that merits a good grade?
Read this assignment brief carefully including the marking criteria on the next page. You need to read widely drawing on a range of appropriate academic books and/or peer-reviewed journal articles. You will avoid relying on non-academic web sources. You will apply the Harvard referencing rules accurately throughout the text of your essay and in your reference list. Your reference list will be in alphabetical order with all sources cited in the text appearing in your reference list and all sources in your reference list will appear in the text. An exception is when you cite a secondary source that you read about in a source you read/a primary source. In that case only the primary source (the source you read) should appear in the list of references. It is important to ensure you use secondary referencing, i.e. you use the ‘cited in’ expression in the text, where it is needed so you avoid poor academic practice/plagiarism. You will write in your own words and always cite in the text where you got the information from. Your referencing will be systematic – every paragraph you write in the main body of your essay will be full of references correctly formatted. You will structure your work in the correct essay format, with no subheadings, no bullet points and no diagram/tables/graphs, etc. Do not write in the first person and make sure you thoroughly proofread your work before submitting. Seek support on academic writing and referencing if necessary (e.g. from Study Hub, Communication Skills, your tutors etc.).
How does this assignment relate to what we are doing in scheduled sessions?
This assignment should nicely reflect what has been taught in the lectures and tutorials in part one of the lecture programme leading up to submission. In lectures you will be learning about how policy and legislation impact on health and social care provision for vulnerable service-user groups and people with protected characteristics. It links the guided reading for seminars to the differing essay topics. You will demonstrate key skills for higher education in relation to academic writing, formatting an essay and referencing accurately and systematically as well as demonstrating an ability to carry out an independent study on your chosen topic relevant to the unit.   This will enable you to apply your academic research and communication skills by linking your learning in lectures to your wider reading on your chosen subject area        
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How will my assignment be marked?
  Your assignment will be marked according to the threshold expectations and the criteria on the following page.   You can use them to evaluate your own work and consider your grade before you submit.      


  70%+ (1st Class)60-69% (2:1)50-59% (2:2)40-49% (3rd Class) Threshold Standard35-39% (Fail)0-34% (Fail)
1 FOCUS   Answers question/completes taskClear aims and definition which address the chosen essay topic in a comprehensive way. The work demonstrates a critical and independent approach to the addressing the chosen essay topic. There is clear evidence of sound planning and a precise approach to the production of the assignment. The essay contains creative or original perspectives on the subject of study.Learning outcomes are met in a comprehensive response to the task. Assignment demonstrates a clear understanding of the task requirements and there is evidence of careful planning and an attempt to adopt an analytical approach.A largely competent descriptive essay, which addresses most of the essay requirements. Key topics are addressed in a straightforward and effective manner.The work contains evidence of some engagement with the chosen essay topic, but some key aspects of the chosen essay topic have not been addressed and the work is unfocused and inexact.            The work has insufficient  focus on the chosen essay topic. Key aspects have not been addressed.The work does not demonstrate evidence of engagement with the chosen essay topic. Essay topic has not been selected from the Assignment Brief.
2 KNOWLEDGE   Knowledge and understanding of relevant materialThere is clear evidence in the essay of in-depth reading on the subject and sophisticated and varied knowledge, displayed in a balanced approach to the topic chosen. Concepts and subject terminology are used accurately demonstrating excellent understanding. The essay demonstrates confidence and familiarity with theories, models and perspectives and so the work is extremely convincing.There is evidence of wider reading and of a willingness to use independently acquired knowledge. The work shows significant comprehension of the chosen essay topic as well as an interest in it. Independent learning is apparentSound knowledge and understanding of key themes and data are present in most of the work. The assignment reflects an acceptable engagement with guided learning, but evidence of autonomous study is less apparent.There is some basic knowledge in the essay, but a limited range of relevant material has been used and there is overreliance on lecture materials with limited independent thought. There is no evidence of wider study. Essential terminology is used either imprecisely, or not at all.              The work has not sufficiently engaged with relevant material from the Unit Reading list. Insufficient evidence of knowledge of essential terminology.No evidence of engagement with material from the Unit Reading List or the lecture material.
3 STRUCTURE   Clear, logical and coherent structureThe work is structured in the correct essay format and the structured very effectively enabling the essay to flow logically throughout. Carefully chosen language aids the successful communication of well-defined ideas. The standard of the work is commendable as it is written and presented in a mature, intelligent and considered style. The arguments and ideas are expressed clearly and carefully and so the overall result is a highly effective communication of the arguments being put forward in the essayThe work is presented in an accurate and effective format. Good understanding of how to structure an essay clearly and correctly is demonstrated. Themes and topics are discussed in a clear and appropriate style, and there is evidence of care and forethought in the essay’s production. The work flows well from beginning to end and is structured well, in order to achieve this.The assignment has been produced in the required format and shows that it has been planned and produced with some care. Ideas and subject areas are discussed clearly, in the main, although there may be some imprecise or unsuccessful communication of these at times. Not all sections of the work link, or flow, effectively into each other.There is some attempt to structure the work in essay format, but it is rather unsuccessful on the whole. Headings, bullet points, diagrams not appropriate in an essay have been used. Ideas and arguments are presented in an illogical and disjointed manner at times and the contents are not communicated clearly as a result. There is evidence of a lack of care and planning in the production of the work.              Essay has not been produced in the required format. Little evidence of essay planning and/or some sections missing or incomplete.Essay has not been produced in the required format. No evidence of essay planning and/or some sections missing or incomplete.
4. CITATIONS

Referencing according to University’s Harvard referencing guidelines and range of sources
A highly creditable range of academic sources has been used, with an emphasis on primary texts. These are employed with care and precision in order to strengthen the work at every stage. Sources have been cited accurately and carefully throughout and represent diligent reading. Reading and reference lists have been ordered and formatted with accuracy.There is clear evidence of wide and attentive reading; sources are varied and there is an encouraging proportion of primary material. Care has been taken with referencing and citation, although there may be some minor inaccuracies in formatting.The work displays an acceptable level of reading of academic sources, but the range of sources is limited. There is an attempt to reference sources throughout each paragraph in the essay and include all sources cited in the text in the reference list. There is understanding of, and engagement with, the Harvard system of referencing and citation, although there are basic errors that need to be addressed and secondary referencing is not always used where it is needed.The number, and range, of academic literature is minimal; sources are limited and there is little or no use or primary material. There is an overreliance on lecture notes and non-academic web pages. There is an attempt to cite sources in the text and include a reference list but there are significant problems with the standard of referencing and citation. Many sources in the text do not appear in the reference list and/or many sources in the reference list are not cited in the text.              Work does not have the minimum number of academic sources. Missing in text citations and/or misleading references. Incomplete reference list.No in text citations, no reference list, misleading references.
5 EXPRESSION English expression and grammar, spelling and punctuationClarity of expression is maintained through the entire essay. The work is both highly literate and articulate; phrases and words are chosen carefully. Obvious care has been taken with proof-reading and the standard of writing is commendably effectiveSentences are clear, accurate and expressive. There are very few grammatical or spelling errors.The essay is written in the student’s own words and the work is largely written in clear and effective English, however, there may be poor choices of words and phrasing and some uncorrected errors.Expression is often unclear in many places and meanings is not be satisfactorily communicated. There are regular errors of grammar, spelling and punctuation. There may also be an overreliance on quotations.              Expression is unclear throughout the essay. Significant errors with spelling and grammar.Work is not written in the students own words. Expression is consistently unclear.
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Submission DeadlineMarks and Feedback
Before 10am on: 19/08/202220 working days after deadline (L4, 5 and 7)
15 working days after deadline (L6)
10 working days after deadline (block delivery)
  16/09/2022 
Key assignment details
Unit title & codeASS072-1 Introduction to Health and Social Care
Assignment number and titleAssessment 1: 1500 word essay
Assignment typeEssay
Weighting of assignment60%
Size or length of assessment1500 words
Unit learning outcomes1.  Demonstrate the following knowledge and understanding historical and contemporary health and social care provision for different service-user groups. 2. Demonstrate the following skills and abilities One-to-one working skills required to work with individual clients within a role play scenario and reflect on and assess your role play performance and one-to-one working skills, identifying ways to improve future practice
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What am I required to do in this assignment?
The first assignment task is to write a 1500-word essay on ONE of the topics given below which relate to issues covered in Part 1 of the teaching programme. You must choose ONE of the following essay titles/topics.   1. One of the founding principles of the UK Welfare State is free, universal care at the point of delivery (National Health Service Bill. Official Report of House of Commons (Hansard) 1946). Critically assess this statement. 2. Drawing on examples from one service user group (older people, people with mental health issues, people with disabilities, or people with learning disabilities), discuss the key barriers to accessing health and social care services. 3. Partnership working is seen as a ‘joined up response‘  to health and social care needs. Critically discuss with reference to one of the following service user groups:  older people, people with mental health issues, or people with long term conditions/physical impairments. 4. ‘One of the founding principles of the UK Welfare State is a commitment to equality and treating equal need in the same way’ (Glasby, 2017 p119). Using examples from one service user group of your own choice, critically evaluate this statement.   Your essay should include: Your chosen titleAn introduction which tells the reader what the aims and objectives of the essay are and an overview of the themes you will be discussing.A first paragraph in which you define the key terms used in your essayThe main body of your essay in paragraph format A conclusion where you draw the threads of your discussion together and show how you have addressed your aims and objectives. You will be expected to draw on parts of at least six sources, only one can be an Internet source and the remaining five should be academic/peer-reviewed sources (that is academic books or academic journals), to support your discussion.  The six is a minimum; students are encouraged to carry out wider reading. Your essay must include qualitative and quantitative data, appropriately referenced. Written expression is an important element of good written communication, so try to write clearly and accurately. Also put yourself in the position of the audience and ask yourself whether someone coming to your work ‘cold’ would be able to follow your train of thought. Proof read your work before handing it in and/or ask a trusted person to read it through for you.             No more than 5 –10% of the assignment should be in the form of quotations. You must use the Harvard referencing system to identify the source of all the information used in your assignment. You must reference systematically throughout the work itself and include a reference of the sources cited in your work.  Please pay particular attention secondary referencing in the referencing guidelines. You will find a copy of the latest referencing guidelines on the unit’s BREO site. Also read the section headed ‘Plagiarism and Bad Academic Practice’ in the Assessment and Feedback section of the unit’s BREO site. Your work must be word processed, double spaced and page numbered. You must also include a word count. You are reminded that plagiarism of any type will be penalised and result in your work not being marked/failing.
What do I need to do to pass? (Threshold Expectations from UIF)
In order to pass Assessment 1 you will need to: • Using information drawn from recommended sources, explain how policy, legislation and strategy impact on health and social care provision for vulnerable service-user groups and people with protected characteristics. • Summarise your findings and argument in an essay format following standard rules of grammar, punctuation, spelling and referencing.
How do I produce high quality work that merits a good grade?
Read this assignment brief carefully including the marking criteria on the next page. You need to read widely drawing on a range of appropriate academic books and/or peer-reviewed journal articles. You will avoid relying on non-academic web sources. You will apply the Harvard referencing rules accurately throughout the text of your essay and in your reference list. Your reference list will be in alphabetical order with all sources cited in the text appearing in your reference list and all sources in your reference list will appear in the text. An exception is when you cite a secondary source that you read about in a source you read/a primary source. In that case only the primary source (the source you read) should appear in the list of references. It is important to ensure you use secondary referencing, i.e. you use the ‘cited in’ expression in the text, where it is needed so you avoid poor academic practice/plagiarism. You will write in your own words and always cite in the text where you got the information from. Your referencing will be systematic – every paragraph you write in the main body of your essay will be full of references correctly formatted. You will structure your work in the correct essay format, with no subheadings, no bullet points and no diagram/tables/graphs, etc. Do not write in the first person and make sure you thoroughly proofread your work before submitting. Seek support on academic writing and referencing if necessary (e.g. from Study Hub, Communication Skills, your tutors etc.).
How does this assignment relate to what we are doing in scheduled sessions?
This assignment should nicely reflect what has been taught in the lectures and tutorials in part one of the lecture programme leading up to submission. In lectures you will be learning about how policy and legislation impact on health and social care provision for vulnerable service-user groups and people with protected characteristics. It links the guided reading for seminars to the differing essay topics. You will demonstrate key skills for higher education in relation to academic writing, formatting an essay and referencing accurately and systematically as well as demonstrating an ability to carry out an independent study on your chosen topic relevant to the unit.   This will enable you to apply your academic research and communication skills by linking your learning in lectures to your wider reading on your chosen subject area        
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How will my assignment be marked?
  Your assignment will be marked according to the threshold expectations and the criteria on the following page.   You can use them to evaluate your own work and consider your grade before you submit.      


  70%+ (1st Class)60-69% (2:1)50-59% (2:2)40-49% (3rd Class) Threshold Standard35-39% (Fail)0-34% (Fail)
1 FOCUS   Answers question/completes taskClear aims and definition which address the chosen essay topic in a comprehensive way. The work demonstrates a critical and independent approach to the addressing the chosen essay topic. There is clear evidence of sound planning and a precise approach to the production of the assignment. The essay contains creative or original perspectives on the subject of study.Learning outcomes are met in a comprehensive response to the task. Assignment demonstrates a clear understanding of the task requirements and there is evidence of careful planning and an attempt to adopt an analytical approach.A largely competent descriptive essay, which addresses most of the essay requirements. Key topics are addressed in a straightforward and effective manner.The work contains evidence of some engagement with the chosen essay topic, but some key aspects of the chosen essay topic have not been addressed and the work is unfocused and inexact.            The work has insufficient  focus on the chosen essay topic. Key aspects have not been addressed.The work does not demonstrate evidence of engagement with the chosen essay topic. Essay topic has not been selected from the Assignment Brief.
2 KNOWLEDGE   Knowledge and understanding of relevant materialThere is clear evidence in the essay of in-depth reading on the subject and sophisticated and varied knowledge, displayed in a balanced approach to the topic chosen. Concepts and subject terminology are used accurately demonstrating excellent understanding. The essay demonstrates confidence and familiarity with theories, models and perspectives and so the work is extremely convincing.There is evidence of wider reading and of a willingness to use independently acquired knowledge. The work shows significant comprehension of the chosen essay topic as well as an interest in it. Independent learning is apparentSound knowledge and understanding of key themes and data are present in most of the work. The assignment reflects an acceptable engagement with guided learning, but evidence of autonomous study is less apparent.There is some basic knowledge in the essay, but a limited range of relevant material has been used and there is overreliance on lecture materials with limited independent thought. There is no evidence of wider study. Essential terminology is used either imprecisely, or not at all.              The work has not sufficiently engaged with relevant material from the Unit Reading list. Insufficient evidence of knowledge of essential terminology.No evidence of engagement with material from the Unit Reading List or the lecture material.
3 STRUCTURE   Clear, logical and coherent structureThe work is structured in the correct essay format and the structured very effectively enabling the essay to flow logically throughout. Carefully chosen language aids the successful communication of well-defined ideas. The standard of the work is commendable as it is written and presented in a mature, intelligent and considered style. The arguments and ideas are expressed clearly and carefully and so the overall result is a highly effective communication of the arguments being put forward in the essayThe work is presented in an accurate and effective format. Good understanding of how to structure an essay clearly and correctly is demonstrated. Themes and topics are discussed in a clear and appropriate style, and there is evidence of care and forethought in the essay’s production. The work flows well from beginning to end and is structured well, in order to achieve this.The assignment has been produced in the required format and shows that it has been planned and produced with some care. Ideas and subject areas are discussed clearly, in the main, although there may be some imprecise or unsuccessful communication of these at times. Not all sections of the work link, or flow, effectively into each other.There is some attempt to structure the work in essay format, but it is rather unsuccessful on the whole. Headings, bullet points, diagrams not appropriate in an essay have been used. Ideas and arguments are presented in an illogical and disjointed manner at times and the contents are not communicated clearly as a result. There is evidence of a lack of care and planning in the production of the work.              Essay has not been produced in the required format. Little evidence of essay planning and/or some sections missing or incomplete.Essay has not been produced in the required format. No evidence of essay planning and/or some sections missing or incomplete.
4. CITATIONS

Referencing according to University’s Harvard referencing guidelines and range of sources
A highly creditable range of academic sources has been used, with an emphasis on primary texts. These are employed with care and precision in order to strengthen the work at every stage. Sources have been cited accurately and carefully throughout and represent diligent reading. Reading and reference lists have been ordered and formatted with accuracy.There is clear evidence of wide and attentive reading; sources are varied and there is an encouraging proportion of primary material. Care has been taken with referencing and citation, although there may be some minor inaccuracies in formatting.The work displays an acceptable level of reading of academic sources, but the range of sources is limited. There is an attempt to reference sources throughout each paragraph in the essay and include all sources cited in the text in the reference list. There is understanding of, and engagement with, the Harvard system of referencing and citation, although there are basic errors that need to be addressed and secondary referencing is not always used where it is needed.The number, and range, of academic literature is minimal; sources are limited and there is little or no use or primary material. There is an overreliance on lecture notes and non-academic web pages. There is an attempt to cite sources in the text and include a reference list but there are significant problems with the standard of referencing and citation. Many sources in the text do not appear in the reference list and/or many sources in the reference list are not cited in the text.              Work does not have the minimum number of academic sources. Missing in text citations and/or misleading references. Incomplete reference list.No in text citations, no reference list, misleading references.
5 EXPRESSION English expression and grammar, spelling and punctuationClarity of expression is maintained through the entire essay. The work is both highly literate and articulate; phrases and words are chosen carefully. Obvious care has been taken with proof-reading and the standard of writing is commendably effectiveSentences are clear, accurate and expressive. There are very few grammatical or spelling errors.The essay is written in the student’s own words and the work is largely written in clear and effective English, however, there may be poor choices of words and phrasing and some uncorrected errors.Expression is often unclear in many places and meanings is not be satisfactorily communicated. There are regular errors of grammar, spelling and punctuation. There may also be an overreliance on quotations.              Expression is unclear throughout the essay. Significant errors with spelling and grammar.Work is not written in the students own words. Expression is consistently unclear.

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