Music industry analysis

Order Description
All of follow the documents

KKD101 – Creative Industries: People and Practices Name:
Marking Schema Assessment 3: Case study analysis Stud. No:
GRADES

Overall Grade

CRITERIA + High Distinction – + Distinction – + Credit – + Pass – + Fail – NE

Creative Industries Research
Ability to analyse creative industries careers in terms of issues; trends; opportunities and challenges; skill and capability requirements
Weight – 20%

Document conveys a comprehensive understanding of complex and multifaceted issues relevant to the career of interest.

Sophisticated and compelling analysis of trends, opportunities and challenges for practitioners in the career.
Sophisticated and compelling analysis of skill and capability requirements for practitioners in the career.

Document conveys a well- developed understanding of many issues relevant to the career of interest.

Well-developed analysis of trends, opportunities and challenges for practitioners in the career.

Well-developed analysis of skill and capability requirements for practitioners in the career.

Document conveys a considered understanding of specific issues relevant to the career of interest.

Considered analysis of trends, opportunities and challenges for practitioners in the career.

Considered analysis of skill and capability requirements for practitioners in the career.

Document conveys a basic understanding of major concepts relevant to the career of interest.

The conceptualisation and/or analysis of the career is basic.

The analysis covers some of: trends, opportunities, challenges, skill & capability requirements.

Document is unclear or incorrect in its understanding of the career of interest.

Issues explored do not effectively relate to the career of interest and/or are addressed in a superficial or tenuous way.

Analysis is unclear and/or flawed and/or lacking in effective development; does not focus on one career of interest.

Information literacy Ability to locate and retrieve, evaluate and synthesise information from a variety of sources into written communication
Weight – 20%

Synthesises knowledge through a comprehensive understanding of a wide range of highly relevant information sources and types.

Comprehensive understanding of the use of in text citations to validate arguments.

Referencing uses QUT Harvard style and is wholly consistent and accurate in its application.

Makes useful connections between a diverse
and balanced range of relevant information sources and types.

Well-developed understanding of the use of in text citations to advance arguments.

Referencing uses QUT Harvard style and is consistent and accurate in its application.

Draws upon additional
specific and relevant information
sources and types.

Considered use of in text citations to support arguments.

Referencing uses QUT Harvard style and is mostly consistent and accurate in its application.

Uses the minimum number of information sources and types as per the assessment task requirements.

Basic use of in text citations to show origin of sources.

Referencing uses QUT Harvard style and is somewhat consistent and accurate in its application.

Draws upon a limited number and/or inappropriate range of information sources and/or types.

Evidence is not relevant and/or does not support arguments.

Referencing uses incorrect style and/or is inadequate, inconsistent and/or incorrect.

Reference list does not correlate with in text citations.

Draws upon course materials from topic areas ‘CI Sectors and Careers’, ‘CI Skills’, Insufficient evidence of use of course
materials

Links between practitioner and career research
Ability to link practitioner interests, values, and skills with the chosen career
Weight – 10%

Coherent, sophisticated links are made between multiple elements (interests, values and skills) of the practitioner and multiple characteristics of the career of interest.

Well-developed links are made between several elements (interests, values and skills) of the practitioner and several characteristics of the career of interest.

Considered links are made between some key elements (interests, values and skills) ) of the practitioner and some key characteristics of the career of interest.

Basic links are made between at least one element (interests, values and skills) ) of the practitioner and at least one characteristic of the career of interest.

Insufficient or tenuous links are made between elements (interests, values and skills) of the practitioner and characteristics of the career of interest.

Written Expression and Structure
Ability to structure and
write a case study
analysis for an academic audience
Weight – 20%

Comprehensive understanding of the use of appropriate language and writing style for a case study analysis.

Meticulous attention to detail given to spelling, punctuation and grammar.

Structural elements are used in a wholly consistent manner and are integral to the advancement of the line of reasoning.

Well-developed understanding of how to use appropriate language and writing style for a case study analysis.

High level of attention given to spelling, punctuation and grammar..

All structural elements are effectively linked.

Considered use of language and writing style appropriate for a case study analysis.

Moderate attention given to spelling, punctuation and grammar.

Considered use of structural elements.

Paragraphs are mostly well structured and use topic sentences and transition devices..

Basic use of language and writing style appropriate for a case study analysis.

Basic attention to spelling, punctuation and grammar.

Basic use of structural elements.

Language and/or writing style are inappropriate for a document of this type.

Grammar and/or spelling and/or punctuation are flawed.

Structure is flawed and/or not Appropriate.

Formatting is inconsistent and/or does not conform to the requirements of the task.

Word count under or over requirement (2,200 words +/- 10%).
Career building strategies
Ability to articulate and justify concrete next steps for the practitioner who is considering this career option, based on research / analysis Weight – 30%

Comprehensively articulated and justified career building strategies evidence a sophisticated understanding of potential career pathways, and are entirely consistent with the career paths and conclusions of research / analysis.

Articulation and justification of career building strategies are well developed and evidence a developed understanding of potential career pathways. Career building strategies are consistent with the career paths and conclusions of research / analysis.

Articulation and justification of career building strategies are considered and evidence a considered understanding of potential career pathways. Career building strategies are mostly consistent with the career paths and conclusions of research / analysis.

Articulation and justification of career building strategies are basic and evidence a basic understanding of potential career pathways. Career building strategies are broadly and/or somewhat consistent with the career paths and conclusions of research / analysis.

Career building strategies are not consistent with the conclusions of research / analysis.
Career building strategies are not sufficiently articulated or justified.
Career building strategies provide insufficient evidence of understanding of potential pathways.

At least five career building strategies (‘next steps’) are discussed. Fewer than five career building strategies are discussed.
Note:
• Assignments submitted late without an approved extension will not be marked – refer to Creative Industries Assessment Policies and Procedures on the KKB101 assessment page
• This assessment must be submitted online via the A3 page on Blackboard by the specified due date and time. Emailed and late submissions will not be accepted.
• Criteria are weighted as indicated and are cumulative – e.g., a grade of Credit requires that the elements of Pass are also achieved.
• This schema should be read in conjunction with the assessment 3 task and the learning resources from weeks 1-13
• Once marking is complete, your overall grade and additional feedback will be available from “My Grades” on the KKB101 Blackboard site.