Crafting Your Futures

Task. You are required to write and submit a 1.500/2.000 word report demonstrating your critical knowledge about yourself (skills, goals, values,…)
for developing your academic and professional career. The report is divided into three sections, which reflect the learning outcomes of the module,
each section is highlighted below:

Crafting Your Futures

  1. Section 1: Draw the mind map (and/or journaling) of the life they aspire, dream of, or expect to live (outcome 1)
  2. Section 2: Do an analysis of your individual strengths and weaknesses to develop a successful academic and professional career as EU
    student and future worker. (outcome 2)
  3. Section 3: Propose 1 or 2 areas to improve during this course (in terms of the 7 skills proposed by CYF). (outcome 3)
    Details of the task to do: individual task
     proposal Structure:
    o Executive Summary (does not count to word count)
    o Sections 1, 2 and 3
    o General conclusions drawn
    o References
    o Appendix (if required)
     the task will be submitted in a .pdf document, uploaded to Moodle course (via Turnitin).
     Use critical thinking skills to argue and justify your ideas and arguments. Also, you should to demonstrate that you have used references and materials
    used in the course. You could add anymore reference or evidence that you think could be interesting for the final goal.
    Formalities:
     Wordcount: not more of 2000 words
     Cover, Table of Contents, References and Appendix are excluded of the total wordcount.
     Font: Arial 12,5 pts.
     Text alignment: Justified.
     The in-text References and the Bibliography have to be in Harvard’s citation style.
    Submission: Week 8 – Via Moodle (Turnitin). Deadline: 18TH July 2021 (23:59 PM)
    Weight: This task is a 100% of your total grade for this subject (fail/pass)
    Rubrics
    Exceptional 90-100 Good 80-89 Fair 70-79 Marginal fail 60-69
    Knowledge &
    Understanding
    (20%)
    Student demonstrates
    excellent understanding of
    key concepts and uses
    vocabulary in an entirely
    appropriate manner.
    Student demonstrates
    good understanding of the
    task and mentions some
    relevant concepts and
    demonstrates use of the
    relevant vocabulary.
    Student understands the
    task and provides minimum
    theory and/or some use of
    vocabulary.
    Student don’t understand the
    task and not answer the
    question. Neither not
    mention key concepts or uses
    minimum amount of relevant
    vocabulary.
    Application (20%) Student applies fully
    relevant knowledge from
    the topics delivered in
    class.
    Student applies mostly
    relevant knowledge from
    the topics delivered in
    class.
    Student applies some
    relevant knowledge from
    the topics delivered in
    class. Misunderstanding
    may be evident.
    Student applies little relevant
    knowledge from the topics
    delivered in class.
    Misunderstands are evident.
    Critical Thinking
    (40%)
    Student critically assesses
    in excellent ways, drawing
    outstanding conclusions
    from relevant authors.
    Student critically assesses
    in good ways, drawing
    conclusions from relevant
    authors and references.
    Student provides some
    insights but stays on the
    surface of the topic.
    References may not be
    relevant.
    Student makes little or none
    critical thinking insights, does
    not quote appropriate
    authors, and does not
    provide valid sources.
    Communication
    (20%)
    Student communicates
    their ideas extremely
    clearly and concisely,
    respecting word count,
    grammar and spellcheck
    Student communicates
    their ideas clearly and
    concisely, respecting word
    count, grammar and
    spellcheck
    Student communicates
    their ideas with some
    clarity and concision. It
    may be slightly over or
    under the wordcount limit.
    Some misspelling errors
    may be evident.
    Student communicates their
    ideas in a somewhat unclear
    and unconcise way. Does not
    reach or does exceed
    wordcount excessively and
    misspelling errors are
    evident.