VIDEO ANALYSIS & CASE STUDY

NSG3101 ASSESSMENT 4 – VIDEO ANALYSIS & CASE STUDY REPORT MARKING GUIDE
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RUBRIC CRITERIA HIGH DISTINCTION
5 marks
DISTINCTION
4 marks
CREDIT
3 marks
PASS
2.5 marks
FAIL
0 -2 marks
WEIGHTING
Criteria 1 INTRODUCTION
Introduces the topic under
discussion, defines person
centred care and outlines the
direction of the report.
Excellent introduction of
the topic under
discussion, succinct
definition of person
centred care and detailed
outline of the direction of
the report
Very good introduction of
the topic under discussion,
clear definition of person
centred care and clear
outline of the direction of
the report
Good introduction of the
topic under discussion,
adequate definition of
person-centred care and
adequate outline of the
direction of the report
Basic introduction of the topic
under discussion, basic
definition of person-centred
care lacking some clarity and
brief outline of the direction of
the report
There is no defined
introduction the topic under
discussion, no or unclear
definition of person-centred
care and no outline of the
direction of the report
/5
Criteria 2 BODY
Uses the video analysis of
“Betty’s story” and further
research to provide a detailed
outline of early stage and end
stage renal disease including
symptoms, symptom
management, treatments,
multidisciplinary team
collaboration and
psychosocial supports.
14-15marks
Excellent outline of early
stage and end stage renal
disease including
symptoms, symptom
management,
treatments,
multidisciplinary team
collaboration and
psychosocial supports.
Indicates comprehensive
insight & research into
the topic
11-13 marks
Very good outline of early
stage and end stage renal
disease including symptoms,
symptom management,
treatments, multidisciplinary
team collaboration and
psychosocial supports.
Indicates strong insight and
research into the topic
8-10 marks
Good outline of early stage
and end stage renal disease
including symptoms,
symptom management,
treatments,
multidisciplinary team
collaboration and
psychosocial supports.
Indicates satisfactory
insight into the topic,
further research required
7.5 marks
Basic outline of early stage and
end stage renal disease
including symptoms, symptom
management, treatments,
multidisciplinary team
collaboration and psychosocial
supports. Indicates beginner
insight into the topic and
limited research skills and
depth of discussion
0-7 marks
Little or no outline of early
stage and end stage renal
disease including symptoms,
symptom management,
treatments, multidisciplinary
team collaboration and
psychosocial supports.
Demonstrates lack of
understanding of the topic with
limited to no demonstration of
research skills
/15
Criteria 3 BODY
Uses the video analysis of
“Betty’s story” and further
research to compare and
contrast the differences in the
person-centred care
management of renal disease
in both early stages and end
stage.
9-10 marks
Excellent comparison of
the differences in the
person-centred care
management of renal
disease in both early
stages and end stage.
7-8 marks
Very good comparison of the
differences in the person
centred care management of
renal disease in both early
stages and end stage.
6 marks
Good comparison of the
differences in the person
centred care management
of renal disease in both
early stages and end stage.
5 marks
Basic comparison of the
differences in the person
centred care management of
renal disease in both early
stages and end stage. and
differences and depth of
0-4 marks
Little or no comparison of the
differences in the person
centred care management of
renal disease in both early
stages and end stage.
Demonstrates lack of
understanding of the topic
/10
Criteria 4 CONCLUSION
Provides a coherent summary
of the report that
demonstrates student
understanding of the
differences in care between
early stage and end stage
renal disease.
5 marks
Excellent conclusion that
demonstrates students
understanding of the
differences in care
between early stage and
end stage renal disease.
4 marks
Very good conclusion that
demonstrates students
understanding of the
differences in care between
early stage and end stage
renal disease
3 marks
Good conclusion that
demonstrates adequate
student understanding of
the differences in care
between early stage and
end stage renal disease
2.5 marks
Basic conclusion that
demonstrates basic student
understanding of the
differences in care between
early stage and end stage renal
disease
0-2 marks
Conclusion fails to demonstrate
student understanding of the
differences in care between
early stage and end stage renal
disease
/5
Criteria 5 ACADEMIC
STANDARD
Paper is written according to
academic standards
5 marks
Excellent written paper of
required length and
format with minimal
4 marks
Very good written paper of
required length and format
with minimal syntax, spelling
3 marks
Good written paper of
required length and format
with some syntax, spelling
2.5 marks
Paper is basic, but
improvement is needed to
meet the required academic
0-2 marks
Paper is not written to the
required academic standards.
Length and formatting needs

NSG3101 ASSESSMENT 4 – VIDEO ANALYSIS & CASE STUDY REPORT MARKING GUIDE
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(referencing, syntax,
grammar, spelling,
formatting, and length) and
cites 10+ reputable, current
references using APA 7
th style.
syntax, spelling and/or
grammar issues. Paper
cites 10+ reputable,
current references using
APA 7th.
and/or grammar issues.
Paper cites 10+ reputable,
current references using APA
7th
and/or grammar issues, but
these do not distract from
the quality of the work.
Paper cites 10+ mostly
reputable and current
references using APA 7th
standards. Paper is not of the
required length or is not
formatted correctly and
referencing could improve.
Syntax, grammar and/or
spelling often
work. Referencing is
inadequate or not according to
APA 7
th. Mistakes in syntax,
grammar and/or spelling
consistently distract from the
quality of the work.
/5
TOTAL MARK High Distinction >35 Distinction >30 Credit >25 Pass >20 Fail <20 /40