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Understanding the Built Environment (ABPL10005) // Assessment

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Assessment

Description

  • In-class quizzes held in Week 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 to demonstrate an understanding of the construction industry, equivalent to 400 words, (10%);
  • Site and Team Member Details Summary (as a group) due in week 3, listing group members and summarising details of selected bulding projects to be observed, (completion of this assessment task is a Hurdle requirement);
  • Draft Site Observation Report (as a group) due in week 5, describing the observation of building projects in order to demonstrate an understanding of the people, roles, materials, equipment, processes and issues involved in the construction of buildings, (completion of this assessment task is a Hurdle requirement);
  • Final Site Observation Report (as a group) of 2000 words due in week 12, describing the observation of building projects in order to demonstrate an understanding of the people, roles, materials, equipment, processes and issues involved in the construction of buildings, (50%);
  • A two-hour examination to demonstrate an understanding of the activities and roles associated with the construction of buildings, (40%).

Hurdle requirement:

  • A minimum mark of 40% has to be achieved in the examination in order to pass this subject.
  • A minimum 75% attendance at all class sessions, including tutorials and lectures, is required in order to pass this subject.