HMEMS80 2013 SEMESTER 2
ASSIGNMENT 01 (Unique number 866292)
DUE DATE: 26 AUGUST 2013
Note that there are two documents for this Assignment.
1) This INSTRUCTION document that provides the tasks and the information that you need to correctly complete the assignment. 2) A TEMPLATE FILE (that you must RENAME to indicate your own details) and on which you will complete your answers. This is the ONLY file that you will submit online for this assignment in PDF format.
Before you continue, first create a copy of the TEMPLATE file for Assignment 01 and RENAME it to clearly indicate your student details as indicated in the instructions below. Please double-check that all the details in the filename is correct before submitting it – it will create immense administrative problems if your details are not correct.
OPEN THE TEMPLATE FILE FOR ASSIGNMENT 01 FOR SEMESTER 2 AND SAVE IT IN A SAFE PLACE WITH YOUR STUDENT NUMBER AND SURNAME IN THE FILE NAME AS FOLLOWS:
Student James Bond, student number 987654321 will save his file with the name as indicated above.
This assignment is a written one and consists of two parts.
Section A (page 2 below) is 10 multiple-choice questions for 10 marks. Note that you must use the table included in the template document to provide your answers – since the ENTIRE ASSIGNMENT must be contained in a single pdf document for onscreen marking purposes. Section B is the literature review (see page 7 below) for 50 marks.
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 10 marks
We provide the multiple choice questions here, so that you can prepare your answers. You will indicate your answers to these multiple choice questions in the table provided for them IN THE TEMPLATE FILE WITH YOUR OWN DETAILS THAT YOU CREATED ABOVE!
IN ORDER TO ANSWER THE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS, WORK THROUGH THE FOLLOWING MATERIAL FIRST:
• Weekly Content material – Week 4, especially section 4.3 titled: ‘Referencing’ • Week 4 Resource 3 – APA 6th EDITION GUIDELINES
• Week 0 Resource 4 – Unisa’s Policy on Plagiarism and Misconduct • The information on avoiding plagiarism from the UNISA library provided below:
It’s easy to quote someone else and inadvertently forget to cite the source when writing an assignment or a chapter for your thesis. Some very important and well-known authors have unwittingly done similar things through sloppy--or not quite careful enough--research. It's easy to understand how it happens. When you're writing a research paper you have lots of files open, you visit lots of Web sites, and you have lots of ideas going around in your head. It's easy to copy and paste a quote and forget to note the source of that quote. It's easy to copy a whole section of someone else's work so you can think about it, and then forget to actually think about it. Indeed, you may even think you have thought about it and that these are your own words!
Even if you don't mean to plagiarize, doing it has important consequences. Several famous authors have had their reputations seriously damaged when unintentional plagiarism was discovered. Some have lost jobs. If it happens with an essay or a thesis, you may fail the assignment or course; lose your degree, or worse. Many universities and professors now use plagiarism detection services to compare submitted papers with a database of previous work to show if there are too many similarities.
How to Be Careful
There are several steps to take to avoid plagiarism.
1. It's usually better to paraphrase ideas than to quote. Read the source and then put the idea into your own words. But even when paraphrasing, you need to give credit to the original source!
2. Whenever you use a fact, phrase, chart, or quotation from someone else in your work, acknowledge the original source.
3. Keep careful notes of every source you...
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