英国 Assignment 格式范文: Telephone report 电话报告
Due: By appointment. Weeks 6–7 after starting placement (you
must also email your lecturer within one week of submitting
Assignment 1 – Online Learning Plan to confirm a phone
Length: 30 minutes (approx.)
Format: Telephone report: Weeks 6–7 of your Internship placement
to verbally discuss your learning goals, progress and critical
reflection questions with your lecturer
Weighting: Result recorded as SR (Satisfied Requirements) or Fail
Aims and objectives
This assessment requires you to professionally report and discuss your Internship and
learning goal progress. Key aims are to develop and demonstrate your professional
telephone manner and verbal reporting abilities, and give you the opportunity to
critically evaluate your underlying values, beliefs and assumptions that surround
your Internship placement and learning goals. Use your fortnightly Reflective Journal
activities contained in the online Study Guide to inform and assist with preparing for
this assessment. This task is designed to provide a strong foundation for a successful
Internship and facilitate lifelong learning skills.
Preparing for your phone call
As a requirement of your previous assessment, you will have already confirmed a
telephone appointment time for this assessment. During your phone call, you will be
given the results and verbal feedback on both this assessment and Assignment 1.
Prior to your phone call, prepare notes so that you will be confident to report on the
progress of your Internship and your goals and to discuss the questions outlined below
under the heading ‘Becoming critically self-reflective’. Note that during your phone
call, your lecturer may elect to focus on several or all of the questions below, so be
Becoming critically self-reflective – questions that may
be discussed during your phone conversation with your lecturer
The following questions are adapted from Fisher (n.d.) as a means of assisting the
process of critical reflection. You do not need to submit written answers to these
questions – but it is a requirement of this assessment that you are adequately prepared
to discuss these questions during your phone call with your lecturer:
1. What aspects of your background experience and knowledge may have influenced
your choice of learning/career goals?
2. What are the main values that underpin your learning goals?
3. What underlying beliefs do you think you may be taking into your Internship
4. What assumptions do you think you might be making about your placement,
supervisors and colleagues?
5. What biases are you taking into your new workplace?
6. What other perspectives might you be ignoring?(责任编辑：charlie)