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Screen Culture and Aesthetics 1 (FLTV10009) // Assessment

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Assessment is continuous and based on the following:

  • Screen Culture Essay (2000 words); exam period - 50%
  • Oral presentation (20 minutes); end of semester, 45%
  • Workshop Participation; ongoing, 5%

Late submission

  • Unless an extension has been granted, for essays/assignments submitted after the due date, the mark a student is awarded for their work will be reduced by 10% for each day the work is late. Using electronic submission means work may be submitted on any day.
  • Unless an extension has been granted, assignments submitted later than 5 working days (or 1 week if due on a weekend) after the due date will not be marked, and will receive no marks.

Hurdle requirements

  • Students must attend 80% of all scheduled classes and attempt all elements of assessment to be eligible for a pass in this subject.