Frankienstien

Frankienstien
This assignment will provide evidence for assessment criteria 1.1, 2.1, 3.1, 4.1, 5.1, 6.1, 6.2, 7.1. This assignment will be graded on 1.Understanding of the Subject, 2. Application of Knowledge, 6. Autonomy and Independence and 7.Quality.

An essay of 1,500 words:
‘The relationship between Frankenstein and the Monster gives the reader an insight into the thoughts and beliefs of early nineteenth century society.’ Do you agree?

When you are writing your essay ensure you comment on:
• What the novel was trying to say about the society around it?
• The language and setting used to present the characters.
• At least one critical perspective (e.g. Marxist, Psychological etc)

Subject Prefix English
Unit Title: Literature: The Novel
Unit Code: CER366

Assignment No. 2
(part 2 of 2 parts)
Assignment Title: Essay, Frankenstein Credit Value
6 for both parts (3 credits for each part)

Learner Name (Print)
Disclaimer to be completed by the learner for each piece of work submitted for assessment:
“This is all my own work and all sources including Internet sources have been acknowledged and attributed in the text and bibliography. I have read and understood the document entitled ‘Policies and Procedures for Dealing with Malpractice’ provided by the tutor and realise the effects of non-compliance with this document.” This table must be completed by learner
Word count:
1,500
Learner signature Date

This assignment is graded. Once the learning outcomes have been achieved the grading criteria applicable to this unit will be applied to give an overall grade.
Assignment Brief

This assignment will provide evidence for assessment criteria 1.1, 2.1, 3.1, 4.1, 5.1, 6.1, 6.2, 7.1. This assignment will be graded on 1.Understanding of the Subject, 2. Application of Knowledge, 6. Autonomy and Independence and 7.Quality.

An essay of 1,500 words:
‘The relationship between Frankenstein and the Monster gives the reader an insight into the thoughts and beliefs of early nineteenth century society.’ Do you agree?

When you are writing your essay ensure you comment on:
• What the novel was trying to say about the society around it?
• The language and setting used to present the characters.
• At least one critical perspective (e.g. Marxist, Psychological etc)

This assignment has been pre-verified for use this academic year by: (Name and Date)
Date set 25/04/2016 Tutor signatures
Final submission date Due date: 06/06/2016
Date submitted
Resubmission date
Date resubmitted
Has this assignment met the learning outcomes designated to it? Y/N
Have all the learning outcomes for this unit now been achieved? Y/N
What is the initial grade for this assignment Number of credits 3

Learning Outcome Feedback
LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Achieved Y/N
The learner will: The learner can:
1. Understand structure and plot within the novel 1.1 Analyse structure and plot within a novel
2. Understand themes in the novel 2.1. Analyse themes within a novel
3. Understand the use of language in the novel 3.1. Analyse the writer’s use of language within a novel
4. Understand the significance of characterisation within the novel 4.1. Evaluate the use of characterisation within a novel
5. Understand the significance of setting within a novel 5.1. Evaluate the significance of setting within the novel
6. Understand the significance of the various context within which novels are written 6.1. Identify the context of a particular novel (e.g. historical, political, social, economic, biographical
6.2. Analyse the significance of the contexts of a particular novel
7. Understand a range of critical perspectives 7.1. Apply at least one critical perspective (e.g Marxist, feminist, post-colonial) to the novel

Grading Feedback
Grading Criteria Merit Distn Grade indicator P/M/D
1.Understanding of the Subject Demonstrates very good understanding of the
different associated with the area of study
Demonstrates excellent understanding of the
different perspectives associated with the area of study

2.Application of Knowledge

a makes use of relevant:
_ ideas
_ theories
_ perspectives

with either
b breadth or depth that goes beyond the minimum
required to Pass
and/or
c very good levels of
_ consistency
_ accuracy
_ insight
_ analysis
_ synthesis

a makes use of relevant
_ ideas
_ theories
_ perspectives

with both
b breadth and depth
and/or

c excellent levels of
_ consistency
_accuracy
_ insight
_ analysis
_ synthesis
6.Autonomy / Independence a. makes some use of additional information

b. shows a very good grasp of the meaning and
significance of new information

c. generally combines or synthesises information
with outcomes that are accurate and appropriate
a. makes extensive use of additional information

b. shows an excellent grasp of the meaning and
significance of new information

c. consistently combines or synthesises
information with outcomes that are accurate,
appropriate and
succinct
7.Quality ( Mandatory ) The student’s work is structured in a way that is generally logical and fluent

taken as a whole, demonstrates a very good response to the demands of the brief/assignment
The student’s work is structured in a way that is consistently logical and fluent
taken as a whole, demonstrates an excellent

response to the demands of the brief/assignment

Overall unit grade (subject to moderation)
General feedback on how you could have improved this grade and also improved your maths and English:

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