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Michelle Mary Casey Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education) 312829 Health, Child Protection and Physical Education Olivia Harnwell Health, Nutrition, Safety and Protective Factors MATRIX

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Due date Extension granted Is this a resubmission?

Monday 4th July
□ No □ No □ Yes □ Yes

Word count Extension date Resubmission date

2690

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I certify that the attached material is my original work. No other person’s work or ideas have been used without acknowledgement. Except where I have clearly stated that I have used some of this material elsewhere, I have not presented this for assessment in another course or unit at this or any other institution. I have retained a copy of this assignment. I have read and understand the Curtin University of Technology document Academic Integrity at Curtin: Student guidelines for avoiding plagiarism.

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ASSIGNMENT CHECKLIST

Michelle Casey

Date 4th July

I have named my assignment correctly in the following style: Surname_Firstname_EDEXXX_AssignmentX.doc I have put in my Surname and Initial into header of this document.

Please note: Page 2 of this document contains the Marking guide for your assignment; please begin typing your assignment on page 3.

Casey, M EDE 105 Assignment 1

HEALTH, CHILD PROTECTION & PHYSICAL EDUCATION (BIRTH – 8 YEARS) – ASSESSMENT 1 (50%) DATE DUE: Monday 4th July, 2011(Midnight WST) Fail
Quality of the ideas/key issues you have presented – (12 marks) Has significantly misunderstood the assessment task. Ideas & key issues included in the matrix not appropriate and/or are superficial. The matrix does not establish the importance of health, nutrition, safety and protective factors related to young children or the quality of the ideas are shallow. The quality of the research is shallow. The research presented is superficial or not appropriate. There is little evidence of understanding related to health, nutritional, safety and protective factors related to young children. Readings and/or links are not included or are inappropriate or vague. Little evidence of reading or research. Health, nutritional, safety and protective factors have not been addressed, lack detail and/or are missing. Major developmental characteristics from all groups from conception to five years have not been adequately addressed, are superficial, missing or incomplete.

Pass
The matrix addresses some appropriate ideas or key issues but lacks detail or elaboration. Key issues/points related to health, nutritional, safety and protective factors & young children are addressed but are not well established.

Credit
The matrix contains a satisfactory collection of ideas and addresses some key issues. Ideas and key issues related to health, nutritional, safety and protective factors & young children included are well established.

Distinction
The matrix addresses a wide variety of topics and issues in some detail. Key issues/points related to health, nutritional, safety and protective factors & young children are extremely well addressed.

High Distinction
The matrix is extremely comprehensible. A variety of key issues/points related to health, nutritional, safety and protective factors & young children are succinctly presented and very well developed. Ideas presented show significant thought and have been meticulously detailed & developed. The quality of research is highly suitable, shows significant depth of thought & understanding of the ideas presented. There is substantial evidence of pertinent and extensive research. Resource materials and references are highly appropriate. There is substantial evidence of wide research & reading. Health, nutritional, safety and protective factors are extensively addressed. All major developmental characteristics from conception to five years have been substantially well...
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