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Understanding business and finding financial information

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Understanding the business information and applying research skills in finding the required financial information

1. Developing (Fail)

There is no sufficient evidence of understanding the the company information and able to use the annual report to find the required information

2. Functional (Pass)

Demonstrate the basic understanding of the company business and able to use the annual reports to find the required financial information at the basic level.

3. Proficient (Credit)

Demonstrate the acceptable understanding the business information and able to find a number of required financial information from the annual report. The work still contains some mistakes in the company research.

4. Advanced (Distinction or above)

Demonstrate the high level of understanding the business structure, goods and services sold and an excellent level in finding the required financial information from the annual report

Application of Accounting Knowledge

Demonstrate the ability to analyse the company’ s financial performance from the financial statements

1. Developing (Fail)

Unable to apply the accounting knowledge in analysing the company’s financial performance

2. Functional (Pass)

Basic level of applying the financial ratios in calculating and providing information about the company’s performance

3. Proficient (Credit)

Being able to demonstrate the ability to apply the financial ratios in analysing the company’s financial performance at an acceptable level.

4. Advanced (Distinction or above)

Demonstrate an excellent level of knowledge and skills in applying the financial statement analysis in drawing the financial performance of the company

Professional presentation of the report

Professional presentation of the work submitted

2. Functional (Pass)

Work shows some sign of group cohesiveness – Can identify different authors but their arguments and key points are aligned

3. Proficient (Credit)

– Work demonstrates group cohesion – The work reads as a product that has been developed by a group

4. Advanced (Distinction or above)

– Work is fully integrated and cohesive – The work reads seamlessly and appears as though it has been written by just one author

Full Marks

– Work shows no group integration – Work is clearly the combination of a number of individual efforts cobbled together

Use of Academic Resources

Use of Academic Resources in terms of:
– Being able to locate relevant academic sources and use them to form the basis of an argument
– Being able to distinguish between critical information versus
information provided for background

1. Developing (Fail)

– Does not use scholarly resources

2. Functional (Pass)

– Makes references to scholarly theories or authors presented in lessons and in provided sources with little to no explanation or justification

3. Proficient (Credit)

– Cites specific scholarly theories or authors and explains their relevance to the topic being considered

4. Advanced (Distinction or above)

– Shows evidence of having independently identified, read and understood context appropriate scholarly resources

Academic Writing and Conventions

Academic writing and
conventions in terms of:
– Accurate
citations and referencing
– Structure of the work
– Use of grammar

1. Developing (Fail)

0.0 pts 1. Developing (Fail) – Fails to demonstrate an understanding of what is expected in the document, no use of spell check, poor grammar and/or no logical structure

2. Functional (Pass)

– Adheres to most basic expectations regarding the formatting and presentation of the work – Has a logical structure including introduction, main body, conclusion and reference list – Spell checked and grammatically correct

3. Proficient (Credit)

– Meets almost all expectations and conventions – References are cited correctly and accurately – Arguments are logical to follow

4. Advanced (Distinction or above)

– Meets all expectations and conventions – Referencing is accurate both in text and following the prescribed referencing method in the list of references – Arguments are well presented and easy to follow