Poor prognosis

Discuss the physical, emotional, cognitive and behavioural responses an individual is likely to experience in response to a newly diagnosed condition with a poor prognosis.
The Person, Health and Wellbeing

High Distinction – (85-100%) Distinction – (75-84%) Credit – (65-74%) Pass – (50-64%) NN – Unsatisfactory
Focus and Introductory Statement
1 mark There is a clear introduction that outlines the topic, and profiles the scope, content and the sequence of the essay topic. There is a clear introduction that outlines the topic, and profiles the content and the sequence of the essay topic. There is a clear introduction that outlines the topic and the content to be covered. There is an introductory sentence that outlines the topic. There is an introductory sentence which states the topic without providing an outline of the topic.

 
Sequencing
1 mark The content in the essay matches the outline presented in the introductory paragraph. Paragraphs are organised in a logical manner, content flows from one paragraph to the next, and there is a rational conclusion. The content in the essay mostly matches the outline presented in the introductory paragraph. Most paragraphs are organised in a logical manner, and the essay ends with a rational conclusion. There is a clear introduction, followed by the body of the essay, with a conclusion. However, content within the body and within paragraphs is not always logically sequenced. There is a clear introduction, followed by the body of the essay, with a conclusion. However, there is little evidence of sequential presentation of information. There is not a clear introduction, body and conclusion.
Closing paragraph/ Conclusion
1 mark There is a concluding paragraph which restates the topic, provides a summary of all of the key points, and presents an overall conclusion. There is a concluding paragraph which restates the topic, and summarises most of the key points, and presents a conclusion. There is a concluding paragraph which restates the topic, and provides a summary of most of the key points. There is a concluding sentence which restates the topic, and provides a summary of some of the key points. There is a concluding sentence which restates the topic without providing a summary of the content.
Content, Evidence &Examples
20 marks The content is relevant to the topic. Appropriate evidence and examples are presented. The content is relevant to the topic. Evidence and examples are presented of varying quality. Most content is relevant to the topic. Evidence and examples are presented of varying quality. Some content is relevant to the topic. Evidence and examples are minimal. There is insufficient,relevant content, and no evidence and/or examples are presented.
Sources and Referencing

 
5 marks Credible and relevant references are used. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions. There is limited use of a range of in-text citation formats. Credible and relevant references are used. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions. Most references are credible and relevant. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions. There is no variation of in-text citation format. Most references are relevant, but some lack credibility. Accurate use of APA style mostly. There is no variation of in-text citation format. Not all references are credible and/or relevant. Many inaccuracies with the APA referencing style.
Audience Awareness
2 marks The language is appropriate for the target audience, and suits the purpose for which the essay is intended. The language is appropriate for the target audience, and mostly suits the purpose for which the essay is intended. The language is appropriate for the target audience. Most of the language is appropriate for the target audience. Much of the language is not appropriate for the target audience.
Sentence and Paragraph Structure/ Intelligibility
5 marks The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is mostly organised appropriately within the paragraph. Most paragraphs relates to a discrete idea. There are clear linking sentences that link most paragraphs to the next. The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is mostly organised appropriately within the paragraph. Most paragraphs relates to a discrete idea. The paragraphs mostly link to one another. The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is mostly organised appropriately within the paragraph. Most paragraphs relates to a discrete idea. The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is mostly organised appropriately within the paragraph. The writing is organised into paragraphs, but the information is not organised appropriately within the paragraph.
Mechanics – Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation
5 marks There are minimal errors with grammar, spelling and punctuation, and the meaning is easily discernable. There are some errors with grammar, spelling and punctuation. However, the meaning is readily discernable. There are substantial errors with grammar, spelling and punctuation. The errors detract significantly, but the meaning is discernable. There are substantial errors with grammar, spelling and punctuation. The errors detract significantly, but the meaning is discernable with some effort. There are substantial errors with grammar, spelling and punctuation, such that the errors detract significantly from the meaning.

 

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Poor prognosis

Discuss the physical, emotional, cognitive and behavioural responses an individual is likely to experience in response to a newly diagnosed condition with a poor prognosis.
The Person, Health and Wellbeing

High Distinction – (85-100%) Distinction – (75-84%) Credit – (65-74%) Pass – (50-64%) NN – Unsatisfactory
Focus and Introductory Statement
1 mark There is a clear introduction that outlines the topic, and profiles the scope, content and the sequence of the essay topic. There is a clear introduction that outlines the topic, and profiles the content and the sequence of the essay topic. There is a clear introduction that outlines the topic and the content to be covered. There is an introductory sentence that outlines the topic. There is an introductory sentence which states the topic without providing an outline of the topic.

 
Sequencing
1 mark The content in the essay matches the outline presented in the introductory paragraph. Paragraphs are organised in a logical manner, content flows from one paragraph to the next, and there is a rational conclusion. The content in the essay mostly matches the outline presented in the introductory paragraph. Most paragraphs are organised in a logical manner, and the essay ends with a rational conclusion. There is a clear introduction, followed by the body of the essay, with a conclusion. However, content within the body and within paragraphs is not always logically sequenced. There is a clear introduction, followed by the body of the essay, with a conclusion. However, there is little evidence of sequential presentation of information. There is not a clear introduction, body and conclusion.
Closing paragraph/ Conclusion
1 mark There is a concluding paragraph which restates the topic, provides a summary of all of the key points, and presents an overall conclusion. There is a concluding paragraph which restates the topic, and summarises most of the key points, and presents a conclusion. There is a concluding paragraph which restates the topic, and provides a summary of most of the key points. There is a concluding sentence which restates the topic, and provides a summary of some of the key points. There is a concluding sentence which restates the topic without providing a summary of the content.
Content, Evidence &Examples
20 marks The content is relevant to the topic. Appropriate evidence and examples are presented. The content is relevant to the topic. Evidence and examples are presented of varying quality. Most content is relevant to the topic. Evidence and examples are presented of varying quality. Some content is relevant to the topic. Evidence and examples are minimal. There is insufficient,relevant content, and no evidence and/or examples are presented.
Sources and Referencing

 
5 marks Credible and relevant references are used. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions. There is limited use of a range of in-text citation formats. Credible and relevant references are used. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions. Most references are credible and relevant. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions. There is no variation of in-text citation format. Most references are relevant, but some lack credibility. Accurate use of APA style mostly. There is no variation of in-text citation format. Not all references are credible and/or relevant. Many inaccuracies with the APA referencing style.
Audience Awareness
2 marks The language is appropriate for the target audience, and suits the purpose for which the essay is intended. The language is appropriate for the target audience, and mostly suits the purpose for which the essay is intended. The language is appropriate for the target audience. Most of the language is appropriate for the target audience. Much of the language is not appropriate for the target audience.
Sentence and Paragraph Structure/ Intelligibility
5 marks The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is mostly organised appropriately within the paragraph. Most paragraphs relates to a discrete idea. There are clear linking sentences that link most paragraphs to the next. The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is mostly organised appropriately within the paragraph. Most paragraphs relates to a discrete idea. The paragraphs mostly link to one another. The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is mostly organised appropriately within the paragraph. Most paragraphs relates to a discrete idea. The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is mostly organised appropriately within the paragraph. The writing is organised into paragraphs, but the information is not organised appropriately within the paragraph.
Mechanics – Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation
5 marks There are minimal errors with grammar, spelling and punctuation, and the meaning is easily discernable. There are some errors with grammar, spelling and punctuation. However, the meaning is readily discernable. There are substantial errors with grammar, spelling and punctuation. The errors detract significantly, but the meaning is discernable. There are substantial errors with grammar, spelling and punctuation. The errors detract significantly, but the meaning is discernable with some effort. There are substantial errors with grammar, spelling and punctuation, such that the errors detract significantly from the meaning.

 

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