Assessment Criterion 5 - Planning and Organisation (12 marks)
The candidate should:
a organise and integrate material in a logical order which aids
b demonstrate an ability to present relevant information in a form that suits
its purpose, including appropriate use of ICT, pagination, contents, titles,
headings, cross-referencing and bibliography.
c ensure that the text is legible and that spelling, punctuation and grammar
are accurate, so that meaning is clear.
The study includes some relevant items, but they have not been organised into
a logical sequence. It may be incomplete and lack particular sections. There may
be page numbers and a contents page and some titles and headings. Candidates
spell, punctuate and use the rules of grammar with some accuracy.
ICT: For the highest mark at this level (4) some aspect of ICT must have been
used as part of the investigation.
The content is organised in a clear and logical way. Pagination and contents
are likely to be complete. Appropriate use is made of titles, headings etc.
Candidates spell, punctuate and use the rules of grammar with reasonable
ICT: For the highest marks at this level (7-8) ICT must have been used
appropriately to enhance the investigation.
The organisation of the study makes it easy to read and use. Diagrams are
well integrated into the text, and appropriate use is made of subheadings and
cross-references. Candidates spell and punctuate with considerable accuracy, and
use a range of grammatical constructions.
ICT: For the highest marks at this level (10-12) ICT must have been used
appropriately to enhance the investigation, and have been well integrated into